Luca Pietro Vanoni is Associate Professor of Comparative Public Law at University of Milan, where he teaches American Constitutional Law and Comparative Public Law. He earned his PhD in Public Law from University of Pavia, Italy in 2005. He was visiting research fellow at City University of London and at Notre Dame University. He is on scientific or advisory boards of some Italian journals and has collaborated with several notable Italian Research Centers. He is the Italian editor of the American Society of Comparative Law. His research interests lie in the area of Law and Religion, Immigration Law, Separation of Powers and Federalism. He authored or coauthored several works both in Italian and in English. Among others, he wrote Pluralismo religioso e Stato (post) secolare (Giappichelli, 2016) and From the Secularization Theory to the Pluralist Approach: Reconciling Religious Traditions and Modernity in Italian Case-Law (in J. Giles, A. Pin, F. Ravitch, Law, Religion and Traditions, Springer, 2018).  He is so co-editor of the book Dividing Powers. A Theory of the Separation of Powers (2017).

Talk About post by Luca Pietro Vanoni (with Andrea Pin):

Protecting Religious Freedom from Fear: Italian Lessons on Islam, the Public Sphere, and the Limits of Judicial Review