Research Seminars

Research Seminars

The three Departments run series of research seminars devoted to their specific research themes. The seminars provide the opportunity for both external and internal researchers to report on their current projects and to discuss them with the Institute’s members. Most of the seminars are open to students of the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt or the Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen after prior registration.

Room: For further information please contact cazzola@lhlt.mpg.de Location: video conference

Writing the history of Empires - postponed

Common Law Research Seminar

Regulation of working hours in the factories of Madras Presidency, 1881-1947

Common Law Research Seminar

Nuisance law and the Committee of Buildings in late 18th-century Bombay

Common Law Research Seminar

Force and consent in English contract labour

Common Law Research Seminar

‘Peopling the country by unpeopling it’: Jeremy Bentham’s silences on indigenous Australia

Common Law Research Seminar

Wither the power of disallowance?

Common Law Research Seminar

The ship, the slave, the legal person

Common Law Research Seminar

Codification as Communication: Criminal Law Reform and the Indian Penal Code of 1861

Common Law Research Seminar

Settling Accounts Straight: ‘Indigenous Bankers’ in Search of New Histories in the 20th Century

Common Law Research Seminar

Patents and Invention in Jamaica and the British Atlantic before 1857

Common Law Research Seminar

Shifting Sands: British Imperial Politics of Land Reclamation in the mid-20th Century

Common Law Research Seminar
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