The ILCR’s 2016-17 newsletter, containing information about the Institute’s activities during the past academic year, may be accessed here.
Advertisements have now appeared on jobs.ac.uk for four Research Fellowships in Legal History to work with Professor John Hudson on the ERC Advance Grant funded project ‘Civil Law, Common Law, Customary Law: Consonance, Divergence and Transformation in Western Europe from the late eleventh to the thirteenth centuries’. Three are medieval, concerning England, France, and Italy, whilst the fourth is concerned with the eighteenth to twentieth centuries.
Research Fellow in Mediaeval Legal History (Italy) – AR1945SB: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBD126/research-fellow-in-mediaeval-legal-history-italy-ar1945sb/
Research Fellowship in Legal History – AR1943AC: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBD054/research-fellowship-in-legal-history/
Research Fellow in Mediaeval Legal History (England) – AR1944AC: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBD178/research-fellow-in-mediaeval-legal-history-england-ar1944ac/
Research Fellow in Mediaeval Legal History (France) – AR1946SB: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBD219/research-fellow-in-mediaeval-legal-history-france-ar1946sb/
The Institute of Legal and Constitutional Research is offering a number of scholarships to students applying for the MLitt in Legal and Constitutional Studies. The ILCR MLitt scholarship competition is open to outstanding Home/EU and International Students who are applying for a place on the MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies at the University of St Andrews, to commence September 2017. Awards will be made on the basis of academic merit. Each MLitt scholarship is worth a maximum of £5K.
How to apply
The ILCR MLitt Scholarship competition is administered by the School of History. Please go to: www.st-andrews.ac.uk/history/postgrad/taughtpostgrad/postgradmlittawards.html and follow the instructions.
Note that full details on applying for an MLitt scholarship via the School of History will be sent, along with log-in instructions to the new funding application system, once you have been offered a place to study here by the Admissions team.
The deadline for MLitt Award applications is 21st April 2017
The Centre for Mediaeval and Early Modern Law and Literature has enjoyed five very successful years at St Andrews, with reading groups, conferences, workshops, and lectures. Under the joint leadership of Lorna Hutson (English) and John Hudson (History) it has been a place for very fertile inter-disciplinary discussion and development. We look forward to continuing this inter-disciplinary discussion once Lorna has taken up the Merton Chair of English Literature at Oxford in the summer of 2016.
From the end of the academic year 2015-16, the St Andrews Centre will become a collaborative forum between St Andrews, Oxford, and Cambridge, with Law and Literature events continuing at St Andrews under the auspices of the Institute for Legal and Constitutional Research.
Old Class Library, 71 South Street, School of History
This session on Adam Smith and Natural Law will be led by Professor Knud Haakonssen.
Lunch will be available from 12.30 in Professor John Hudson’s office (Department of Medieval History)