Erfurt, 21-23 November 2019, with the theme “Early–Modern Natural Law in Eastern Europe”. The programme has been planned by Gábor Gángó and Knud Haakonssen and is available here: [https://www.uni-erfurt.de/max-weber-kolleg/forschungsgruppen-und-stellen/natural–law-project/announcements/]. Please note that registration should be made to the Co-ordinator of FFNN, Dr. Mikkel Munthe Jensen (email@example.com) by 7 November. Flyer_Naturrecht_2019-09-16
The editors would like to invite you to the book launch of Cesare Cuttica and Markku Peltonen (eds), Democracy and Anti-Democracy in Early Modern England 1603-1689 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2019) https://brill.com/abstract/title/39376, which will take place on Tuesday the 20th of August at 4.00 pm at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies (Common Room). The event will consist of … More Book launch 20 August 2019 Helsinki Collegium of Advance Studies: Democracy and Anti-Democracy in Early Modern England
THE FIRST GEORGE ROUSSEAU LECTURE AND A COLLOQUIUM AT MAGDALEN COLLEGE Monday 29 April 2019, Magdalen College, Oxford Thanks to a gift by George Rousseau, a scholar of eighteenth-century culture with strong links to Magdalen College, the first George Rousseau Lecture will take place on 29 April at Magdalen. It will be delivered by Professor … More ENLIGHTENMENT HUMAN RIGHTS BETWEEN LIBERTY AND EQUALITY:
Progress & Decline in the History of Political Thought 2019 London Graduate Conference in the History of Political Thought 10th Annual Conference 20-21 June 2019, London Keynote address: Prof. Richard Whatmore (St. Andrews) Roundtable speakers: Caroline Ashcroft (QMUL), Angus Gowland (UCL), Humeira Iqtidar (KCL), and Leslie James (QMUL).
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