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Intellectual history: Why does it matter and how should we practice it?

6th Annual Workshop of the EUI Intellectual History Working Group

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When

27 January 2023

10:00 - 16:00 CET

Where

Sala del Consiglio

Villa Salviati- Castle

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The EUI Intellectual History Working Group hosts its sixth open-theme workshop on intellectual history as part of its continuing series 'The EUI School of Intellectual History.'

This workshop is an annual event of the IHWG that enables HEC researchers and the wider EUI community to demonstrate their work, share their ideas, and discuss the future of the field. The participants will prepare short presentations of between ten to fifteen minutes. Presentations will be grouped into various panels, and each of these sessions will be followed by questions and discussion.

The workshop is a great opportunity for researchers at all levels to develop their research projects, hone their presentation skills, and receive constructive feedback from a host of possible sources: colleagues, postdoctoral fellows, and our affiliated faculty. The only theme of the workshop is intellectual history and the future which, broadly construed, connects us all. We invite everyone interested in broadly defined intellectual history to join the workshop.

Dr Emanuele Giusti, a post-doctoral researcher at the History Department of the University of Florence, will give a keynote lecture this year. 

Please register in order to get a seat or to receive the ZOOM link.

Speaker(s):

Emanuele Giusti (Università di Firenze)

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