European Legal History. Newsletter of the Institute
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Max Planck Newsletter for Ibero-American Legal History
The Ibero-American legal history research group of the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History consists of researchers from diverse disciplines. From a global historical perspective it investigates numerous aspects of the Ibero-American legal history from the early modern age to the present. The work of this group is part of the institute’s research activities (view the research profile).
The Max Planck Newsletter for Ibero-American Legal History was established to inform about the activities of the research unit for Ibero-American legal history and to reach a broader community. Once a month this community will receive information about conferences, seminars, calls for papers, announcements for research grants and publications related to the activities of the research group. Furthermore the newsletter contains a list of the new acquisitions of the institute’s library concerning the Ibero-American world.
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