Forschungsseminare

Forschungsseminare

Beide Abteilungen veranstalten regelmäßig eigene Forschungsseminare mit thematischen Schwerpunkten, in denen aktuelle Forschungsthemen vorgestellt und diskutiert werden. Die Seminare stehen in der Regel auch den Studierenden der Goethe Universität nach vorheriger Anmeldung offen. Das von Stefan Vogenauer und Emily Whewell ausgerichtete Seminar widmet sich aktuellen Forschungsansätzen zum ‚Legal Transfer in the Common Law World‘. Die Abteilung II veranstaltet ein ‚Research Colloquium on Global Legal History‘, das gemeinsam von Thomas Duve und Manuel Bastias Saavedras organisiert wird.

Das zusammen mit der Akademie der Wissenschaften Mainz und der Goethe Universität betriebene Langzeitprojekt zur Schule von Salamanca bietet ebenfalls ein regelmäßiges Forschungsseminar unter der Leitung von Christiane Birr und José Luis Egío García an. Im ‚Seminario Permanente‘ werden die laufenden Forschungsvorhaben zur Rechtsgeschichte Iberoamerikas am Institut präsentiert. Das Seminar findet regelmäßig in spanischer Sprache statt und wird von Pilar Mejia organisiert.

Seminar: Gens Lucifuga. Como las ejecuciones de deudas en la Audiencia Eclesiástica de México permiten analizar la Historia del Clero Secular (Siglo XVII)

Seminar zur Rechtsgeschichte der Iberian Worlds

Seminar: The British Empire’s Regulation of Same-Sex Sexualities and Gender Diversity: Developing Analysis through Global Historical Sociology

Common Law Research Seminar

Seminar: Regímenes de migración en Hispanoamérica, siglo XVIII

Seminar zur Rechtsgeschichte der Iberian Worlds
  • Datum: 03.02.2020
  • Uhrzeit: 18:00 - 19:30
  • Vortragender: Martin Biersack
  • Organisation: Pilar Mejía
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Seminar: American States of Nature The Origins of Independence, 1761-1775

Common Law Research Seminar

Seminar: Empírica histórica y epistemología sociológica

Seminar zur Rechtsgeschichte der Iberian Worlds
  • Datum: 13.01.2020
  • Uhrzeit: 18:00 - 19:30
  • Organisation: Pilar Mejía
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z01

Seminar: Master and Servant Regulations and Labour Laws in the Post-Emancipation British West Indies

Common Law Research Seminar

Seminar: Transferring offer, acceptance and revocation to British Guiana

Common Law Research Seminar

Seminar: The Meaning of Territory in British Empire Border Disputes

Common Law Research Seminar

Seminar: Across Boundaries: the English Justices of the Peace on the Continent

Common Law Research Seminar

Seminar: The Use of Bills of Exchange in 18th Century Glasgow

Common Law Research Seminar

Seminar: Legal Education as a Tool of Professionalization in England (1850-1900)

Common Law Research Seminar

Seminar: The Mandatory Sentence of Death in Barbados

Seminar

Seminar: The Wild West: Detention without Trial in West Africa 1880-1900

Seminar

Seminar: The Past and Present in Judicial Independence and Disciplining in the Common Law World

Seminar

Seminar: The Interpretation of Commonwealth Caribbean Constitutions: Does Text Matter?

Seminar

Seminar: Practice, Legislation and Courts - Pitfalls of Formalising English Commercial Law, 1691-1925

Seminar

Seminar: Legal Transplantation within Amelioration and Manumission Laws in the British West Indies 1700s-1830s

Seminar

Seminar: The History of Constitutionalism in Canada and the Canadian Constitutional Settlement of 1849

Seminar

Seminar: Manufactured States: Sovereignty and International Law in the Decolonization of South Asia

Seminar

Seminar: The Changing Patterns of Anglo-African International Relations (1807-1840)

Seminar

Seminar: ‘In Which We Are Not Singular in Our Notions’: William Blackstone as Interpreter of the European Legal Tradition

Seminar

Seminar: Judicial Iconography in the Bombay High Court: From the Colonial to the Post-Colonial

Seminar

Seminar: Legal Transplantation of the West Indian Comprehensive Slave Codes

Seminar

Seminar: Aspects of Electoral Reform in the Bahamas

Seminar

Seminar: The Beginnings of English Contract Law in Australia and New Zealand: ‘The Narrow Ways of English Folk’?

Seminar

Seminar - »Africa needs many lawyers ... trained for the needs of their people«: Struggles over Legal Education in Nkrumah’s Ghana

Seminar

Seminar - Aspects of Electoral Reform in the 20th century Bahamas: Women's Suffrage

Seminar

Seminar - The Court of Wards and Property Rights in Britain and the North American Colonies, 1485-1660

Seminar

Seminar - Copying Informal Institutions: The Role of British Colonial Officers during the Decolonization of British Africa

Seminar

Transplantation and the Origins of Slave Laws within the British West Indies

Seminar
  • Datum: 23.04.2018
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 15:15
  • Vortragende(r): Justine Collins
  • Organisation: Stefan Vogenauer, Emily Whewell
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z 02

The English Perception of the Role of Jurisprudence in a System of Codified Law

Seminar

Law Reform Commissions in the Common Law World

Seminar
  • Datum: 22.01.2018
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 15:15
  • Organisation: Stefan Vogenauer, Emily Whewell
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Seminarraum des MPI

Financial Crime in the Global Context: A Reference Point for Comparative Dimensions of Research into Legal History

Seminar
  • Datum: 08.01.2018
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 15:15
  • Organisation: Stefan Vogenauer, Emily Whewell
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Seminarraum des MPI

The Transfer of the Statute of Anne: from England to a New Republic

Seminar
  • Datum: 11.12.2017
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 15:15
  • Organisation: Stefan Vogenauer, Emily Whewell
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Seminarraum des MPI

Decolonizing Constitutional Law: the Common Law Mind of Yash Ghai

Legal Transfer in the Common Law World
  • Datum: 13.11.2017
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 15:15
  • Organisation: Stefan Vogenauer, Emily Whewell
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Seminarraum des MPI

Return to sender: Early Modern Irish Appellate Law and the Use of Westminster as a Final Court of Appeal

Legal Transfer in the Common Law World
  • Datum: 30.10.2017
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 15:15
  • Organisation: Stefan Vogenauer, Emily Whewell
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Seminarraum des MPI

Legal Transfer in the Common Law World

  • Datum: 16.10.2017
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 15:15
  • Organisation: Stefan Vogenauer, Emily Whewell
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Seminarraum des MPI

Jonathan Rose: "Maintenance and Champerty: From Medieval England to the UK and the US Today?"

Common Law Research Seminar
  • Datum: 17.07.2017
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 15:45
  • Vortragende(r): Jonathan Rose
  • Arizona State University
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z 02

Treat as a vagrant every man who acts as a vagrant: ”Vagrancy and the Courts in Jamaica, 1865 - 1900

Common Law Research Seminar
  • Datum: 24.04.2017
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 15:45
  • Organisation: Stefan Vogenauer, Emily Whewell
  • Ort: MPIeR
  • Raum: Z 02
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