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Geschichte Großbritanniens: Lectures and Courses in British History

Courses by Visiting Lecturers from Britain and the US, Workshops and Invited Lectures
Held or Given at the Department of History, 1996-2011

Blick über Themse und City of London um 1750

 

2011

9th Summer School in British History (org. v. Prof. Dr. Martin Geyer, Neueste und Zeitgeschichte)

Prof. Dr. Richard Vinen (King's College, London), Prof. Dr. Simon Gunn (University of Leicester), Dr. Martina Steber (Deutsches Historisches Institut London), Dr. Jon Lawrence (University of Cambridge) und Andrew Beckett (The Guardian, London)
Britain in the 1970s
25.-29.07.2011

Invited Lectures

William Thomas (Christ Church, Oxford)
Mill's Story of his Life: The 'Autobiography'
12.07.2011

Prof. Dr. Harry T. Dickinson (Edinburgh)
Thomas Paine an his British Critics
21.06.2011

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2010

8th Summer School in British History

Dr. Istvan Hont (King's College, Cambridge), Dr. Richard Bourke (Queen Mary, London), Dr. Iain McDaniel (LMU), Prof. Dr. Reinhold Baumstark (ehem. Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, München)
How to Write the History of Political Ideas
26.-30.07.2010

Invited Lectures

Dr. Nicholas Phillipson (Edinburgh) / Dr. Istvan Hont (King's College, Cambridge)
Adam Smith and the Enlightenment: New Historical Perspectives
14.12.2010

Prof. Dr. John Brewer (CalTech, Pasadena)
The Grand Tour Revisited
21.07.2011

Prof. Dr. Thomas Robisheaux (Duke University, Durham, N.C.)
The Craft of Microhistory
07.07.2010

Dr. Richard Bourke (Queen Mary, London)
Pity and Fear: Providential Sociability in Burke's Philosophical Enquiry
08.06.2010

Prof. Dr. Jeremy Jennings (Queen Mary, London)
Liberalism after Despotism
09.02.2010

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2009

7th Summer School in British History

Prof. Dr. Richard Drayton (KCL) / Dr. Niall O'Flaherty (KCL) / Prof. Dr. Jürgen Osterhammel (Konstanz) / Prof. Dr. Eckhart Hellmuth (München)
Knowledge and Empire: The British Empire, 1583-1975
27.07.-31.07.09

Invited Lectures

Dr. Niall O'Flaherty (KC London)
Thomas Robert Malthus and Natural Theology
15.12.2009

Prof. Dr. Knud Haakonssen (Sussex, UK)
Natural Jurisprudence in the Scottish Enlightenment
15.07.2009

Dr. Michael Sonenscher (Cambridge, UK)
How the Sans-Culottes got their Name: Economics and Politics in the French Revolution
17.06.2009

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2008

6th Summer School in British History

Prof. Dr. Harry T. Dickinson (Edinburgh) / Prof. Dr. Eckhart Hellmuth (München)
Britain and the French Revolution, 1789-1802
21.-25.07.2008

Workshop

Prof. Dr. Tom Griffiths (Canberra/Copenhagen)
Writing Non-Fiction: Workshop on Writing
26.08.2008

Invited Lectures

Prof. Dr. Tom Griffiths (Canberra/Copenhagen)
Imperial Ambitions on Ice: Voyaging to Antarctica
25.08.2008

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2007

5th Summer School in British History

Dr. Amanda Vickery (London) / Prof. Dr. Eckhart Hellmuth (München)
A History of Private Life: Women and Men in 18th-Century England
23.07.-27.07.07 and 30.07.-03.08.07

Invited Lectures

Dr. Richard Bourke (Queen Mary, London)
David Humes Philosophy
11.12.07

Dr. Istvan Hont (Cambridge, UK) / Dr. Nicholas Phillipson (Edinburgh)
Language and Political Theory in the Work of Adam Smith
18.07.07

Prof. Dr. Karuna Mantena (Yale)
Alibis of Empire since the 19th Century: Imperial History and Political Ideology from Seeley to Pagden
11.07.07

Dr. Hannah Dawson (Edinburgh)
Meaning and Understanding in the Thought of John Locke
04.07.07

Prof. Dr. Harry T. Dickinson (Edinburgh)
The Ideological Debate on the American Revolution in Britain and the US
20.06.07

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2005

4th Summer School in British History

Dr. Stana Nenadic (Edinburgh) / Dr. John Styles (York/London) / Dr. Michaela Braesel (München) / Prof. Dr. Eckhart Hellmuth (München)
Britain in the Eighteenth Century: Material Culture and Visual Culture
July 2005

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2004

3rd Summer School in British History

Dr. Joanna Innes (Oxford) / Prof. Dr. Eckhart Hellmuth (München)
Crime and Criminal Justice in England, 1660-1830
July 2004

Invited Lectures

Prof. Dr. John Brewer (CalTech)
Sentimental Murder: Love and Madness in the Eighteenth Century
July 2004

Dr. Nicholas Phillipson (Edinburgh)
On Writing Adam Smith's Biography
July 2004

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2003

2nd Summer School in British History

Dr. Nicholas Phillipson (Edinburgh) / Prof. Dr. Eckhart Hellmuth (München)
The Scottish Enlightenment
June-July 2003

Invited Lectures

Mr. William Thomas (Oxford)
The Macaulay whom nobody Read: Popular History in the Victorian Age
May 2003

Prof. Dr. Marcia Pointon (Manchester)
Jewels, Gender, and Portraiture in the Eighteenth Century
January 2003

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2002

1st Summer School in British History

Prof. Dr. Harry T. Dickinson (Edinburgh) / Prof. Dr. Eckhart Hellmuth (München)
Imperialism, Radicals and Rebels: Britain and the American Revolution, 1760-1785
June-July 2002

Invited Lectures

Dr. Stana Nenadic (Edinburgh)
The Material Culture and Spatial Experience of British Elite Women in the Eighteenth Century
December 2002

Prof. Dr. Harry T. Dickinson (Edinburgh)
The Great Irish Rebellion of 1798
July 2002

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2001

Conference on British History

Prof. Dr. Harry T. Dickinson (Edinburgh) / Dr. Nicholas Phillipson (Edinburgh) / Prof. Dr. Eckhart Hellmuth (München)
Reform, Revolution, and Reaction: British Politics and Literature around 1800
March 2001, with Participants from Britain, the United States and Munich

Invited Lecture

Dr. Nicholas Phillipson (Edinburgh)
Telling a Life: On Writing the Biography of Adam Smith
July 2001

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2000

Invited Lectures

Prof. Dr. John Brewer (Chicago)
Social History in the 1960s
June 2000

Prof. Dr. Stella Tilliard (Oxford)
The Writing and Making of "Aristocrats"
July 2000

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1999

One Day Conference on British History

Prof. Dr. Harry T. Dickinson (Edinburgh) / Dr. Nicholas Phillipson (Edinburgh) / Prof. Dr. Eckhart Hellmuth (München)
New Trends in Eighteenth-Century British History
March 1999, Historisches Kolleg, with Participants from Edinburgh and Munich Universities

Guest Lecture and One-Day Workshop

Prof. Dr. John Brewer (Florence)
Telling Murder: An Eighteenth-Century Case
May 1999

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1998

Invited Lectures

Dr. Mark Goldie (Cambridge)
The Unacknowledged Republic: Political Participation in Early Modern England
December 1998

Prof. Dr. Paul Langford (Oxford)
The Eighteenth-Century British Aristocracy in European Context
July 1998

Prof. Dr. Roy Porter (London)
A British Enlightenment?
January 1998

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1997

Invited Lectures

Dr. Joanna Innes (Oxford)
New Views of Society: Trends in the Writing of British Social History
June 1997

Prof. Dr. J.C.D. Clark (Kansas)
British Historiography in the Twentieth Century
May 1997

Dr. Daniel Szechi (Auburn)
Evasion, Lies, and Silence: Jacobitism and Historiography
February 1997

Prof. Dr. Thomas Ertman (Harvard)
Otto Hintze and the History of the State
January 1997

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1996

Invited Lecture

Prof. Dr. Harry T. Dickinson (Edinburgh)
Political Caricature in the Age of the French Revolution
April 1996

 

 

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