Issue: 1/2024

  • Volume 28
  • Number 1
  • 2024


Studia Europejskie –
Studies in European Affairs

ISSN: 1428-149X
e-ISSN: 2719-3780

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Angela Iacovino


Ph.D., is a confi rmed researcher in Public Law Institutions at the University of Salerno, Department of Political Sciences and Communication. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Public Law Institutions (with a Degree in Political Science and International Relations), Food Law, and Environmental and Urban Planning Law (with a Master’s degree in Territorial Policies and International Cooperation). Her studies and research fields concern topics such as governance, participatory democracy and equal opportunities; social policies and institutional pluralism; the innovation processes and the ethical dimension of the administrative system; food law; the right to adequate food, food security and food sovereignty; food pluralism and religious freedom; environmental and food sustainability; ecological constitutionalism in Latin America; novel and nanofood; and digital rights. She was a former member of the teaching staff of the Ph.D. in The Theory and History of Institutions (the Faculty of Political Sciences at the University of Salerno). She is the scientifi c director and member of numerous research projects funded by the University of Salerno, along with being the scientifi c coordinator of the following research projects of late: “Nutrition and Dignity: the Constitutional Foundations of the Right to Adequate Food” (2019-2022); “Nutrition and Constitution. Recognition, Protection and Justiciability of the Right to Adequate Food” (2021–2024); and Food Security and Nanotechnologies: the Impact of Nanofoods on Health and the Environment (2022–2025). She works as a speaker in various scientific seminars and study meetings, and is the author of several essays and monographic works. A study on public administration publicist profiles of hers was published in 2020, and she has also recently published articles in peer-reviewed journals including the “Open Journal of Humanities”, “Cultura Latinoamericana”, “Diritti Comparati”, and “Diritto e Religioni”. Recently, she has contributed essays to the following books: La storia senza aggettivi; Al di là dei confi ni. Ripensare il paradigma della frontiera in una prospettiva interculturale; New Metropolitan Perspectives – Post COVID Dynamics: Green and Digital Transition, between Metropolitan and Return to Villages Perpsectives; and I diritti digitali. Sovranità alimentare e dritto al cibo. Constituzionalizzazione a comparazione. (December, 2022).