Events

Events

Legal Infrastructures of Democracy II

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

Founders and Shapers of Labour Law. National and Transnational Perspectives

Robert Wilmot-Horton between the ‘Malthus effect’ and the ‘miracle of emigration’

Common Law Research Seminar

Common law transplants and the question of legitimacy

Common Law Research Seminar

Case and Code in the Chinese Legal Tradition

Chinese Legal Tradition Working Group Conference

Protestant missionaries and legal dynamics in the British Empire

An unlikely catalyst: occupiers, trespassers and the end of the imperial deference in Australia

Common Law Research Seminar

Legacies of Empire and the Study of Law

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

John Mair and the justification of the conquest of the Americas

Writing the history of empires

Common Law Research Seminar

Building Legal Knowledge: Reflections on the History of Law in Angola

Modelling Social and Legal Facts in the Context of the Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences (SDHSS) Ontology Ecosystem

Imperial control: unearthing collective punishment statutes in the British colonies

Common Law Research Seminar

Letter, oder: Objekte, die Lassen

Writing the History of Law in the South Atlantic

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

Conference

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. [more]

Legal Theory in Colonial India and Mandatory Palestine

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

The uncommon law in the Privy Council

Common Law Research Seminar

Workshop RISE-mpilhlt: Direitos e resistências nos Mundos Ibéricos

The line that never was: local knowledge and the demarcation of a colonial border

Iberian Worlds

Regimetheorie

Seminar Methoden der Rechtsgeschichte

Theory, Method, and the Common Law Mind

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

Harmonizing the Family? International Law, Cultural Norms and Marriage at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

MPI-TAU Transnational Legal History Workshop

Participatory Research in Legal History

Seminar Methoden der Rechtsgeschichte

Religion, Law and Urban Governance: Subaltern Christians as Legal Subjects in Early Colonial South India

MPI-TAU Transnational Legal History Workshop

Histories of the Law of Political Economy

Max Planck Lecture in Legal History and Legal Theory

The legal treatment of labour by the School of Salamanca

Iberian Worlds

Transforming a Polity into an Economy: The Five Nations and the Railroads, 1855-1894

MPI-TAU Transnational Legal History Workshop
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