Conference: Medieval Legislation and Modernity after 1850
- (14 Jun)
- (15 Jun)
- (16 Jun)
CAS and Research Group for Law, Society and Historical Change at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, are organising a conference focusing on medieval legislation and modernity after 1850.
The conference is part of the CAS project Social Governance Through Legislation, led by Erik Opsahl (NTNU) and Jørn Øyrehagen Sunde (UiO).
Medieval legislation or law books from the Middle Ages saw a long history of impact throughout pre-modern times. However, references to medieval legal texts were often kept in the modern era also, in some regions particularly strongly. What did medieval legislations mean to modern interpreters? This conference focuses in a comparative manner on the many national or territorial approaches on the relationship between medieval legislations seen together.
For a full expose of the idea behind the conference, see here (PDF) >
Programme will become available closer to the conference.
Interested in this event?
Contact professor Johannes Liebrecht, University of Zurich, or professor Dag Michalsen, University of Oslo.
Website of the Research Group for Law, Society and Historical Change at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oslo >