ILCR

Candlemas Semester, 2017


ILCR Workshop

Lorena Atzeri, Università Statale, Milan

Tuesday 31 January
12.30pm (lunch in Rm 11, 71 South Street) for 1pm seminar (Old Class Library)


ILCR Reading Group (iii) Rights and Indigenous Peoples

Ali Watson, University of St Andrews

Tuesday 7 February
12.30pm (lunch in Rm 9, 71 South Street) for 1pm seminar (Old Class Library)


ILCR Workshop

‘The Leis Willelme and the Unfree’

Ros Faith

Thursday 9 February
12.30pm for 1pm (lunch and workshop in Room 9, 71 South Street)


ILCR Reading Group (iv) Natural Law and Rights

Knud Haakonssen, Fellow at the Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies, University of Erfurt / University of St Andrews

Tuesday 28 February
12.30pm (lunch in Rm 9, 71 South Street) for 1pm seminar (Old Class Library)


‘Law’s Two Bodies’ workshop (iii)

Sheriff Lorna Drummond QC

Interview with Professor John Hudson, followed by questions and discussion

Tuesday, 7 March
2pm, New Seminar Room (71 South St)


History of Women, Gender and Sexuality Lecture (School of History and ILCR)

‘Intimate Citizenship: What Difference Have Social Movements Made?’

Sasha Roseneil, University of Essex

Wednesday, 8 March, 5.15 pm
School I (The Quadrangle)


Law and Literature Lecture

‘Thomas Hobbes and the Norman Conquest’

George Garnett, University of Oxford

Monday 17 April, 5pm
Parliament Hall


ILCR Visiting Fellow Lecture

‘What Happened to English Constitutional History?’

Professor Thomas Gallanis, University of Iowa and ILCR Senior Visiting Fellow

Thursday 20 April
12.30pm (lunch in Rm 9, 71 South Street) for 1-2 pm lecture, Old Class Library


Masterclass – Professor Thomas Gallanis

‘Bloody Code, Bloody Historians’

Friday 21 April
2-4pm, Old Seminar Room

ILCR Annual Lecture

‘Food (Sticky and Fast) and Ties that Bind’

Professor William Ian Miller, University of Michigan

Thursday 27 April
5pm, Parliament Hall


 ‘Law’s Two Bodies’ workshop (iv)

Hugh Dillon

Interview with Professor John Hudson, followed by questions and discussion

Thursday 4 May
12.30pm (lunch in Rm 9, 71 South Street) for 1pm workshop (Old Seminar Room)