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The 5th London

Summer School in
Intellectual History
Co-organised by Queen Mary University of London
(QMUL) and University College London (UCL)
5-8 September 2016, QMUL
n Monday 5 September 2016

n Wednesday 7 September 2016

n Thursday 8 September 2016

17:00 Opening Keynote Lecture

09:00 Refreshments
Laws Building foyer, QMUL

10:30 Refreshments
Laws Building foyer, QMUL

18:30 Welcome reception


Peoples Palace, QMUL

09:30-12:30 Student presentations, session II


Chaired by Dr. Maurizio Isabella (QMUL)
and Dr. Avi Lifschitz (UCL)
Laws 2.07, QMUL

n Tuesday 6 September 2016

12:30-13:30 Lunch
Arts 2, Senior Common Room, QMUL

11:00-13:00 How to publish in Intellectual


History
Prof. Richard Whatmore (St Andrews),
Editor of the journals History of European
Ideas and Global Intellectual History

Prof. David Armitage (Harvard),


Cosmopolitanism and Civil War
PP1, Peoples Palace, QMUL

09:00 Refreshments
Laws Building foyer, QMUL
09:30-12:30 Masterclasses, session I,
GROUP A (based on prior reading)
Group A: Coordinated by: Dr. Angus
Gowland (UCL)
Laws 3.08C, QMUL
Masterclasses, session I, GROUP B (based on
prior reading)
Group B: Coordinated by: Dr. Avi Lifschitz
(UCL) and Prof. Georgios Varouxakis
(QMUL)
Laws 3.08D, QMUL
12:30-13:30 Lunch
Arts 2, Senior Common Room, QMUL
13:30-16:30 Student presentations, session I
Chaired by Dr. Mira Siegelberg (QMUL) and
Dr. Angus Gowland (UCL)
Laws 2.07, QMUL
16:30-17:00 Refreshments
Laws Building foyer, QMUL

13:30-15:30 Masterclasses, session II


(based on prior reading)
Group A: Coordinated by: Dr. Avi Lifschitz
(UCL) and Prof. Georgios Varouxakis
(QMUL)
Laws 3.08C, QMUL
Masterclasses, session II (based on prior
reading)
Group B: Coordinated by: Prof. Richard
Bourke (QMUL)
Laws 3.08D, QMUL
15:30-16:15 Travel to UCL (Bloomsbury)
by tube
16:30-18:30 Methodological panel discussion
Prof. Barbara Taylor (QMUL): Intellectual
history and literary studies
Dr. Lea Ypi (LSE): Intellectual history and
political philosophy
Dr. Julia Ng (Goldsmiths, University of
London): Intellectual history and critical
theory
Prof. Quentin Skinner (QMUL): Intellectual
history between the disciplines

17:00-19:00 Panel Discussion


A discussion (based on prior reading) of Dr.
Silvia Sebastianis book The Scottish
Enlightenment: Race, Gender, and the
Limits of Progress (Palgrave, 2013)

UCL-Pearson Building (northeast entrance)


G22 Lecture Theatre

Dr. Sebastiani (EHESS, Paris) will present


the book and discuss its main themes.
Chaired by Dr. Avi Lifschitz (UCL) and Prof.
Georgios Varouxakis (QMUL)
Laws 2.07, QMUL

19:30 Dinner
Antalya restaurant

19:30 Dinner
Coborn Arms

18:30 Reception
UCL-Wilkins Building South Cloisters

Dr. Stephen Clucas (Birkbeck, University


of London), co-editor, Intellectual History
Review
Ben Tate, commissioning editor, Princeton
University Press
Dr. Jrmie Barthas (CNRS, Lille): English,
French and Italian language publishing
and differences between academic
cultures
Laws 2.07, QMUL
13:00-14:30 Lunch
Arts 2, Senior Common Room, QMUL
14:30-16:00 Final keynote lecture
Prof. Quentin Skinner (QMUL)
Why Shylock loses his case: judicial
rhetoric in The Merchant of Venice
PP1, Peoples Palace, QMUL
For practical enquiries please contact the
event administrator, Dr Julia Nicholls
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