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History of Knowledge Lecture, postponed until Spring 2022

Please note that this event has been postponed. On Friday, 25 June, The Philosophical Café invites you to join us in the discussion ‘What is History of Knowledge?’ with Sven Dupré (Utrecht), at 6pm BST (UK), 7pm CET (Central Europe), 8pm EET (Eastern Europe), 1pm Eastern (US), 10am Pacific (US).  Sven will be discussing the framework of […]

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Early Modern Antitrinitarianism and Italian Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

The theme of the workshop is the influence of Italian culture on the Antitrinitarian movements that spread through Europe in a more or less clandestine fashion during the early modern period. One of the objectives is to go back to the period preceding the activity of the Sozzini and of Servet: we will consider the […]

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Event: The Futures of Intellectual History, 20 April 2021

To celebrate the launch of the Oxford Centre for Intellectual History, there will be an online event designed to begin an ongoing inter-disciplinary conversation about ‘The Futures of Intellectual History’. The event is open to all. The event takes off from short blogs posted on the Centre’s website: https://intellectualhistory.web.ox.ac.uk/ It will take place on Zoom, on Tuesday […]

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Cambridge Political Thought and Intellectual History Graduate Conference – ‘Education and Educators in Political Thought’

The Cambridge Political Thought and Intellectual History Graduate Conference on ‘Education and Educators in Political Thought’ will be held via Zoom on 31 March 2021. Panels on: – Education and Aristotelian Ethics – Judgement, Virtue, and Education in Early Modern Intellectual History – Self-Fashioned Ties: From the Family to the Community – In and Against […]

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Institute of Intellectual History, St Andrews

The Institute of Intellectual History at the University of St Andrews has recently launched several new online initiatives in light of the fact that their normal series of conferences and seminars remains suspended due to the ongoing pandemic. Their announcement is as follows: Intellectual History in a Thousand Manuscriptshttps://intellectualhistory.net/thousand-manuscripts Teaching Intellectual Historyhttps://intellectualhistory.net/teaching-intellectual-history Talking Intellectual Historyhttps://intellectualhistory.net/talking-intellectual-history […]

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CFP: Modern Revolutions and the Idea of Europe

12th Annual Conference of the Research Network on the History of the Idea of Europe  Athens 9 – 12 September 2021  Call for Papers  Revolutions and rebellions have been a constant feature of the history of the modern age. Examples abound from the “Glorious” and the “Industrial” to the French and the American Revolutions; from […]

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VivaMente Conference in the History of Ideas 2020

The Centre for the Study of Medicine and the Body in the Renaissance (CSMBR) is proud to present the “VivaMente Conference 2020” animated programme. The theme for this year is ‘Medicine in the Philosophy of Descartes’. Join in person or online* on the 19-20 November! The animated conference programme is available here. For a PDF […]

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Event: Manuscript Workshop on Professor Annelien de Dijn’s Freedom: An Unruly History

Call for Participation: Manuscript Workshop on Professor Annelien de Dijn (University of Utrecht), Freedom: An Unruly History (Harvard University Press, forthcoming). 3 September 2018, Strand Campus, King’s College London The Centre for Enlightenment Studies at King’s College London, with support from the Leverhulme Trust, is proud to host a manuscript workshop of Professor de Dijn’s forthcoming […]

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The 7th London Summer School in Intellectual History

The 7th London Summer School in Intellectual History 4-7 September 2018, Queen Mary University of London The London Summer School in Intellectual History is a rare opportunity for graduate students to acquire further training in the discipline and its different methodologies, as well as to meet a great number of academics and graduate students working […]

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Professor Richard Bourke’s Inaugural Lecture

Professor Richard Bourke’s Inaugural Lecture 3 May 2016, 6.30 pm Professor Richard Bourke’s Inaugural Lecture, “‘And the Glory of Europe is Extinguished Forever’: What was the Old Regime?”, will take place on Tuesday 3 May 2016, 6.30pm, at Queen Mary University of London. Historians tend to explain the origins of modern Europe in terms of the […]

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  • #ISIH2021 Conference

    #ISIH2021 Conference

    #ISIH2021 6 – 8 September 2021, to be held online. Click here for the newly released CFP!