THE HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT EARLY CAREER SEMINAR

 

THE HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT EARLY CAREER SEMINAR

All seminars take place on TUESDAY, 5 P.M., Lecture Room 2, Tom Quad, Christ Church, Oxford

 

30 April

Tom Cutterham (Oxford)

 

International Law and the Limits of Early American Democracy

 

7 May

Adrian Williamson (Manchester)

 

Neoliberalism and Thatcherism

 

14 May

Paul Sagar (Cambridge)

 

From the Science of Man to the Science of Politics: David Hume’s Theory of

 

Human Sociability

 

21 May

Sean Irving (Manchester)

 

Friedrich Hayek, Karl Popper and Michael Polanyi: Liberty, Enterprise and

 

the Growth of Knowledge

 

28 May

Rutger Kaput (Oxford)

 

On the status of experience in the work of Reinhart Koselleck

 

4 June

David Ragazzoni (Pisa)

 

Leviathans within the Leviathan? Mass parties in the political thought of Carl

 

Schmitt and Gerhard Leibholz

 

11 June

Elliott Karstadt (London)

 

What Was the Public Interest in Early-Modern England?

 

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TUESDAY, 5 P.M.

 

Lecture Room 2, Tom Quad

 

Christ Church

 

Recent News

Melissa Lane, Nicolai Rubenstein Lecture 2019

Publications

Members publications: Richard Bellamy A Republican Europe of States

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Congratulations Humeira Iqtidar @Kingspol_econ & Iseult Honohan @ucdpolitics for a fantastic programme: associationforpoliticalthought.ac.uk/2018conference/