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Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture

An Ocean of Laws: Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean and Global History  Seminar

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Time:
16:00 - 17:00
Date:
2 December 2020
Venue:
An Online Event

Event details

Reuter Lecture 2020

Abstract

The lecture will focus on the relationship between early modern global and maritime history, and shall argue for the importance of the legal element in shaping both. Starting with reflection elicited by three ERC-funded projects on the Early Modern Mediterranean, I shall discuss why the interconnectivity generated by legal interactions in that time and place played a vital role in the shaping of the modern world. We need to recognise the importance of this legal history and reassess the neglected importance of Mediterranean developments within global history, thus giving it its proper place in our research agendas.

*Registration for this online event is required, by 26 November at 12PM. Details on how to join the online event will be sent to registered participants very shortly afterwards. To register follow this link.

Speaker information

Professor Maria Fusaro, University of Exeter . Professor of History

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