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Intellectual History: Studies, Challenges, Possibilities 4th Annual Workshop of the Intellectual History Working Group

Dates:
  • Mon 10 Feb 2020 10.00 - 17.00
  Add to Calendar 2020-02-10 10:00 2020-02-10 17:00 Europe/Paris Intellectual History: Studies, Challenges, Possibilities 4th Annual Workshop of the Intellectual History Working Group

The EUI Intellectual History Working Group organises an open-theme workshop on intellectual history as part of our continuing series ‘The EUI School of Intellectual History’. This enables our EUI members and the wider EUI community, including guests, to demonstrate their work, share their ideas, and discuss the future of the field. Accordingly, the workshop is a great opportunity for researchers at all levels to develop their research project, hone their presentation skills, and receive constructive feedback from a host of possible sources: colleagues, postdoctoral fellows, our affiliated faculty.

The workshop will include a keynote lecture by Dr John-Erik Hansson entitled Bricolage, Interdisciplinarity and the Identity of Intellectual History: the 'EUI School . Dr Hansson defended his PhD thesis which focused on the Romantic-period author, William Godwin at the European University Institute in 2018. He is currently a Teaching and Research Fellow in British Studies in the Law department at the University of Cergy-Pontoise, France.

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  Sala degli Stemmi - Villa Salviati- Castle

The EUI Intellectual History Working Group organises an open-theme workshop on intellectual history as part of our continuing series ‘The EUI School of Intellectual History’. This enables our EUI members and the wider EUI community, including guests, to demonstrate their work, share their ideas, and discuss the future of the field. Accordingly, the workshop is a great opportunity for researchers at all levels to develop their research project, hone their presentation skills, and receive constructive feedback from a host of possible sources: colleagues, postdoctoral fellows, our affiliated faculty.

The workshop will include a keynote lecture by Dr John-Erik Hansson entitled Bricolage, Interdisciplinarity and the Identity of Intellectual History: the 'EUI School . Dr Hansson defended his PhD thesis which focused on the Romantic-period author, William Godwin at the European University Institute in 2018. He is currently a Teaching and Research Fellow in British Studies in the Law department at the University of Cergy-Pontoise, France.


Location:
Sala degli Stemmi - Villa Salviati- Castle

Affiliation:
Department of History and Civilization

Type:
Working group

Contact:
Elisavet Papalexopoulou - Send a mail
Ela Bozok - Send a mail

Speaker:
John-Erik Hansson (University of Cergy-Pontoise)

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