Lecture: Research Seminar in Philosophy of History, Autumn Term 2017

Research seminar in philosophy of history

University of London: Institute of Historical Research. Senate House, Malet St., London WC1

This seminar is open to all those interested in the philosophy of history, broadly construed (including historiography, historical theory, methodology). Meetings take place five times in the Autumn and five times in the Spring Terms, on alternate Thursdays at the IHR, in Room N304. They start at 5.30pm and last about two hours.

Autumn Term 2017

5th October (Room N304). Mary Morgan (Professor of History and Philosophy of Economics, The London School of Economics and Political Science): ‘Narrative Ordering and Explanation’

2nd November (Room N304). Open to all: ‘Round-Table Debate/Discussion concerning the Nature of Philosophy of History and the Role of the Seminar in relation to it’

16th November (Room N304). Paul Roth (Distinguished Professor, University of California, Santa Cruz): ‘Undisciplined and Punished: Assessing the Reception of Hayden White’

30th November (Room N304). Martin Davies (Emeritus Reader in the History of the European Enlightenment, University of Leicester): ‘Fin de Siècle: On the Psychopathology of Historicized Life’

14th December (Room N304). Herman Paul (Associate Professor of Historical Theory, Leiden University): ‘The Laboratory of Historical Studies: An Empirical Approach to Philosophy of History’

Posted: 06-10-2017 | Updated: 14-10-2022