Veranstaltungen

Veranstaltungen

Raum: Z01

Legal Infrastructures of Democracy II

jointly with the 7th Annual Conference on the Legal History of the European Union

Legacies of Empire and the Study of Law

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

Writing the history of empires

Common Law Research Seminar

Conversing with our Elders: National Traditions of Legal History in Dialogue

Tagung

Slaves as Outsiders, Slaves as Property: Understanding Enslavement in a Global and Early Modern Context

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory
This talk seeks to de-center existing narratives regarding enslavement, which traditionally focus on how it was practiced in North America and instead observe it both in the long durée and more globally. It asks about the various roles enslaved persons played in different times and geographical locations, as well as questions the assumption that slaves were property by setting enslavement on a larger canvas and by observing early modern debates regarding both the household and labor relations. [mehr]

Legal Theory in Colonial India and Mandatory Palestine

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

The uncommon law in the Privy Council

Common Law Research Seminar

Theory, Method, and the Common Law Mind

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

Histories of the Law of Political Economy

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

Digital Longevity: Learnings from the (Digital) History Project Stadt.Geschichte.Basel

Legal History Meets Digital Humanities

Stunde Null des Arbeitsrechts. Zur Arbeitsverfassung nach dem 2. Weltkrieg

Jahrestagung Initiative Arbeitsrechtsgeschichte

Meet the author Hans Joas

Meet the Author

What comes after the Secularization Thesis? Religious and Secular Sources of Moral Universalism

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

Transkribus for Legal History Research

Legal History Meets Digital Humanities

Der Stufenbau der Rechtsordnung – Von den Tücken einer Metapher

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche
  • Datum: 08.11.2023
  • Uhrzeit: 18:15 - 19:45
  • Vortragende(r): Matthias Jestaedt
  • (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau)
  • Ort: mpilhlt
  • Raum: Z01

Jan Schröder: Recht als Wissenschaft

Symposium

Wozu juristische Max-Planck-Institute?

Forum talks

The 'Assertive Edition'

Legal History Meets Digital Humanities. Permanent Seminar on Methods, Resources and Theories

The Butcher's Wife, Race Relations and Death by Hanging in Cuba and the Spanish Atlantic, 1830s-1930s.

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

Development of an Interoperable Taxonomy: the Global Collaboratory on the History of Labour Relations, 1500-2000

Rhetoric as Philosophy

Vortrag
Der Vortrag wird kommentiert von Fabian Steinhauer. [mehr]

Max Weber und der „umgekehrte“ Werturteilsstreit in den Rechtswissenschaften Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

Swindlers and Suckers in Early Modern England

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche
  • Datum: 26.04.2023
  • Uhrzeit: 18:15 - 19:45
  • Vortragende(r): Emily Kadens
  • Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
  • Ort: mpilhlt
  • Raum: Z01

Beyond prosopography: using Digital Humanities to study the early-modern Portuguese colonial judiciary

Legal History Meets Digital Humanities. Permanent Seminar on Methods, Resources and Theories

How decisions are made in an ecumenical council

Seminar

Technologie und rechtshistorische Forschung

Legal History Meets Digital Humanities. Permanent Seminar on Methods, Resources and Theories

Kulturen des Nichtentscheidens

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

Meet the Author: Daniel Bonilla (Universidad de los Andes)

Legal Barbarians, Identity, Modern Comparative Law and the Global South

Para além da escravidão: Relações de dependência em Benguela de 1850 a 1878

Glocalizing Normativities Research Colloquium

Warded freedom, meager property. Indians and Land in the Law of the Brazilian Empire (19th century).

Glocalizing Normativities Research Colloquium

Gens Lucifuga. Como las ejecuciones de deudas en la Audiencia Eclesiástica de México permiten analizar la Historia del Clero Secular (Siglo XVII)

Seminar zur Rechtsgeschichte der Iberian Worlds

Regímenes de migración en Hispanoamérica, siglo XVIII

Seminar zur Rechtsgeschichte der Iberian Worlds
  • Datum: 03.02.2020
  • Uhrzeit: 18:00 - 19:30
  • Vortragender: Martin Biersack
  • Organisation: Pilar Mejía
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Boris Hogenmüller: Melchor Cano, De locis theologicis – some remarks on concept and reception of the Loci

Salamanca-Kolloquium

Empírica histórica y epistemología sociológica

Seminar zur Rechtsgeschichte der Iberian Worlds
  • Datum: 13.01.2020
  • Uhrzeit: 18:00 - 19:30
  • Organisation: Pilar Mejía
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Salamanca-Kolloquium: Bruna Franceschini: Reflections on the Legal Subject in the Context of Latin American Colonialism

Kolloquium

RESISTANCE Symposium IV: Resistance, Religion and Justice

Symposium

Governing diversity: A talk with Tamar Herzog

Seminar
  • Datum: 22.10.2019
  • Uhrzeit: 11:00 - 13:00
  • Organisation: Dr. Benedetta Albani (Max-Planck Research Group "Governance of the Universal Church after the Council of Trent")
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Workshop: Synoptic Legal Knowledge. Visualizing and Analysing Textual Variants Across Languages

Workshop
  • Datum: 25.09.2019
  • Uhrzeit: 10:00 - 19:00
  • Organisation: Manuela Bragagnolo, Andreas Wagner
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Max Planck Legal History Quarterly Forum: Herramientas metodológicas y preguntas histórico-jurídicas

Max Planck Legal History Quarterly Forum

Workshop Law and Textuality: Crossing Perspectives between Book History and Legal History

Workshop

Jour Fixe: Illegal under the laws of all nations? The courts of Haiti and the suppression of the Atlantic trade in African captives

Jour Fixe

Legal Biography Workshop

Workshop
  • Beginn: 02.07.2019 13:00
  • Ende: 03.07.2019 16:00
  • Organisation: Victoria Barnes, Catharine MacMillan, Stefan Vogenauer
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Tagung: Law and Diversity - European and Latin American Experiences from a Legal Historical Perspective II

Tagung
  • Beginn: 24.06.2019 15:00
  • Ende: 25.06.2019 15:15
  • Organisation: Peter Collin, Agustín Casagrande
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Seminar: "Law and Textuality": Law as Text – a 'Barbarian' Perspective

Seminar
  • Datum: 04.06.2019
  • Uhrzeit: 14:30 - 16:00
  • Vortragende(r): Christoph Meyer
  • Organisation: Manuela Bragagnolo
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

“Just dominion: whatever may have been the right and justice in the beginning”

Lektürekurs
  • Beginn: 10.04.2019 14:00
  • Ende: 12.04.2019 13:00
  • Organisation: Christiane Birr, José Luis Egío (Goethe Universität), Andreas Wagner (MPIeR)
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Salamanca-Kolloquium: Observaciones sobre edición crítica de Melchor Cano (métodos y subsidios para el trabajo)

Kolloquium

Max Planck Legal History Quarterly Forum: Transformaciones históricas y respuestas legales

Max Planck Legal History Quarterly Forum

Meet the Author – Lauren Benton: The British Imperial Constitution and Global Legal Order

Meet the Author

Introductory Lecture to the Historiography of the Portuguese Empire: the cases of Angola and Japan

Vortrag
  • Datum: 07.02.2019
  • Uhrzeit: 10:00 - 16:00
  • Organisation: Luisa Stella Coutinho (MPIeR) / Mariana Armond Dias Paes (MPIeR)
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Kolloquium: Projekt „Die Schule von Salamanca“: Epitomizing and 'Tridentinizing' Vitoria: Tomás de Chaves’s Summa sacramentorum (1560)

Kolloquium

Kolloquium: „Staatstheorie im 21. Jahrhundert“

Kolloquium
  • Datum: 13.12.2018
  • Uhrzeit: 16:00 - 20:30
  • Organisation: Prof. Dr. Dr. Ino Augsberg, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel / Ricardo Campos, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a.M.
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Jour Fixe: Roland Freisler (1893-1945) and the National Socialist vision of a European legal space

Jour Fixe

Gastvortrag: Das Private vor Gericht. Verhandlungen des Eigenen im Zivil- und Strafrecht 1933-1945

Gastvortrag

Kolloquium: Königsherrschaft im 10. und 11. Jahrhundert: Italienische und deutsche Forschungsansätze im Dialog

Kolloquium

Max-Planck Legal History Quarterly Forum: Legal Transitions and Comparison in the Long 19th Century

Max-Planck Legal History Quaterly Forum

Max-Planck Legal History Quarterly Forum: Slavery and Control Over One´s Own Body

Max-Planck Legal History Quaterly Forum
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