New series of seminars on Historical Theory at IHR London

The ‘mothership’ for historians in the UK, the Institute of Historical Research in London (IHR) is hosting a series of seminars on historical theories, starting tomorrow, which may be of interest to some of the current debates in organizational history.

Questioning Theories of History

Institute of Historical Research. London, UK.

Senate House, Malet St., London WC1

Speakers include:

15th October: Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen (University of Oulu): ‘Do We Need Analytic Philosophy of History?’

29th October: Anton Froeyman (Ghent University): The Excluded Middle? Levinasian Ethics as a Middle Ground between Historical Representation and Historical Experience’

12th November: Keith Jenkins (University of Chichester): ‘On Disobedient Histories’

26th November: Martin Davies (University of Leicester): Enlightenment or Modernity: The Question of Historical Continuity’

10th December: Wulf Kansteiner (Aarhus University): History between Story and Argument: Reviving Narratological Analyses of Professional Historical Writing’