Read about our two keynote speakers Eva Piirimäe and Laszlo Kontler.

  Sali 5 (3rd floor) Sali 12 (3rd floor) Sali 14 (4th floor)
9:00-9:15 Welcome words: Markku Peltonen
9:15-10:00 Keynote: Eva Piirimäe, Hu­man Rights, Im­per­i­al­ism and Peace among Na­tions: Her­der’s De­bate with Kant
Chair: Koen Stapelbroek
10:00-10:30 Coffee (2nd floor)

Recognition before Rousseau: Esteem and Self-Love in the Western Philosophical Tradition
Chair: Koen Stapelbroek

Note the time: 10:15-12:15

Citizenship (1)
Chair: Markku Peltonen
10:30-11:00 Palmén, Ritva: Comparing oneself to others and estimation of onseself in Thomas Aquinas's moral philosophy (10:15-10:45) Foxley, Rachel: Moral citizenship and the categories of exclusion in early modern republicanism
11:00-11:30 Haara, Heikki and Stuart-Buttle, Tim: Beyond individualism: esteem, recognition and sociability in Pufendorf and Locke (10:45-11:45) Gutnick Allen, Signy: Spatial Citizenship in Seventeenth-Century Political Thought.
11:30-12:00 Tolonen, Mikko: Pride and moral fitness in the skeptical sentimentalism of Mandeville, Hume and Smith (11:45-12:15) Hönich, Henrik; Nagy, Ágoston; Pap, Milán: The state and its citizen in 19 th century political language of Hungary.
12:00-13:15 Lunch (2nd floor)
  (Re)shaping the past
Chair: Mark Hill
Citizenship (2)
Chair: Cesare Cuttica
Rhetoric and langauge
Chair: Soile Ylivuori
13:15-13:45 Alessiato, Elena: In & out: fear reaction and identity building. On the basis of events from the German history. Mengali, Fabio: Neither citizens nor slaves: The aporetic condition of modern citizenship. Yli-Karjanmaa, Sami: “Not to All Without Distinction”: Literary Techniques of Inclusion and Exclusion in Clement of Alexandria
13:45-14:15 McDonough, Ciaran: Inclusion, Exclusion, and the Irish Medieval Past: Antiquarian Writing in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. TŐKE, Márton: The Great Backlash - Contested Concepts of European Identity, Citizenship and Universality after the French Revolution. East, Katherine A.: Exclusionary Rhetoric: The Language of Superstition in Enlightenment England, 1700-1730
14:15-14:45 Pihlajamäki, Heikki: Legal Codification as a Means of Exclusion and Inclusion in Nineteenth ­Century Europe. Elmgren, Ainur: From Civil Rights to Human Rights – Individual Rights vs. the Sovereign State in Finland from the 1930s to the 1940s. Tarkka-Robinson, Laura B: ”Intellectual Luxury” – The Language of Enlightenment in Rudolf Erich Raspe’s Description of James Tassie’s Enamel Productions
14:45-15:15 Van Ittersum, Martine: The Politics of Remembrance: Celebrating the Tercentenary of the Publication of Hugo Grotius’ De Jure Belli ac Pacis in The Netherlands in 1925.   Luna-Fabritius, Adriana: Courted or Interpolated: A Discussion on Women’s Exclusion from the Civil Society in Early-eighteenth Century Neapolitan Political Thought
15:15-15:45 Coffee (2nd floor)
  International Law
Chair: Koen Stapelbroek
Inclusion & dialogues
Chair: Ainur Elmgren
Including otherness: the early Frankfurt school and the problem of exclusion
Chair: Mikko Immanen
15:45-16:15 Amorosa, Paolo: Whose Equality? The Impact of Feminism and International Law on US Nationality Law, 1907-1934 Çömez, Çağlar: David Hume, Immanuel Kant, and the Possibility of an Inclusive Moral Dialogue.
Buhlmann, Pierre: Naming the nameless: Adorno on non-identity and the hope for reconciliation
Nolz, Philipp: Remembering as a way of forgetting: Some aspects regarding the visibility in history according to Benjamin
Stoel, Helmer: Against the inhuman: Horkheimer's and Adorno's negative universality
Zellini, Susanna: Forms of alterity: Benjamin, Adorno and the language of inclusion
16:15-16:45 Hahnenkamp, Paul: The Deniers of International Law – A History of Exclusion. Howard, Mimi: Paul and the Problem of Dialogic Relation in Post-War German Thought
16:45-17:15 Penttilä, Outi: Behind the Greening Virtues – The Contextual History of Environmentalism in International Law. Begley, Justin: Pierre Gassendi on Animals: A Case of Exclusion.
17:15-17:45 Giltaij, Jacob: Inclusion and exclusion in early twentieth century international law doctrine. Stone, Theodore: How Would We Rewrite Philosophy’s Canon?
18:00-19:00 City reception at Empiresali (Vanha Raatihuone)
DAY 2      
  Sali 5 (3rd floor) Sali 12 (3rd floor) Sali 14 (4th floor)
9:00-9:45 Keynote: Laszlo Kontler, In­vent­ing ‘hu­man­ity’: early-mod­ern per­spect­ives
Chair: Jani Marjanen
9:45-10:15 Coffee (2nd floor)
  Exploring early modern discussions on toleration and recognition
Chair: Ritva Palmén
Democracy, politics and suffrage
Chair: Heikki Haara
The history of academic writing and intellectual history
Chair: Jani Marjanen
Havu, Kaarlo: Erasmian ideas on Conversation and Rhetoric
Huhtinen, Johannes: Toleration in the English Revolution
Olesen, Brian Kjaer: Inclusion and Exclusion in Ludvig Holberg's Theory of Toleration
Gerlings, Jonas: From Persona to Profession: Kant and the Professionalization of the Man of Letters in the Enlightenment
Thorup, Mikkel: Rogue democracy – inclusion against exclusion.
Kivistö, Sari: The signs of evil books
Garritzen, Elise: Re-Framing Meanings in History Books: The Posthumous Paratexts in J. R. Green’s ‘Short History of the English People’
Trüper, Henning: The Writtenness of History
10:45-11:15 Tistedt, Petter: The politics of classifying voters: Statistical representations of the people in the aftermath of universal suffrage.
11:15-11:45 Cuttica, Cesare: Excluding the  ‘giddy hydra-heads’ from the body politic: Democracy and the people in early modern England
11:45-12:15 Kainulainen, Jaska: Jesuit self-exclusion from politics
12:15-13:15 Lunch (2nd floor)    
Chair: Ritva Palmén
Global Intellectual History
Chair: Koen Stapelbroek

Seminar in honour of Markku Peltonen
Chair: Kari Saastamoinen

Note the location: Runerberg-sali

13:15-13:45 Escamilla-Castillo, Manuel: Tolerance and the sacred in the ancient world. Areu, Mario Lopez: Inclusion and the modern idea of India: B. R. Ambedkar and the reconceptualisation of communalism.
Opening words: Kari Saastamoinen & Keynote lecture: Peter Lake, Even If They're Guilty Can It Still Be a Show Trial? or 1637, Year of Destiny (13:15-14:30)

Congratulation speech: Dean Hanna Snellman (14:30-15:15)

13:45-14:15 King, Ewan: Thomas Browne and the creation of tolerance – subjectivity, argumentation and belief in early modern England. Lloyd, Cristopher: The problem of the sovereignty of the people and social integration and dissipation: from Spinoza to universal humanism, social democracy, and ultimately the planetary perspective.
14:45-15:15 Coffee (2nd floor)
  Intellectual life
Chair: Jani Marjanen
Antisemitism and totalitarianism
Chair: Ainur Elmgren

Seminar in honour of Markku Peltonen
Chair: Kari Saastamoinen

Note the location: Runerberg-sali

15:15-15:45 Nygård, Stefan & Johan Strang: Facing asymmetry: intellectual life at the margins of European cultural space Dew, Ben: Jewish exclusions: an eighteenth-century debate. Laura Tarkka-Robinson: Ahead of the National Spirit: Knowledge, Virtue, and the Nation in Diderot's Encyclopédie
15:45-16:15 Hauge, Mari Torsdotter: Thinking the Cold War from the sidelines: Scandinavian left‐wing intellectuals and the circulation of their foreign policy ideas. Immanen, Mikko E: Marcuse and Husserl as Victims of Heidegger’s Anti-Semitism? The Shadow of the "Black Notebooks” Mikko Tolonen: Social conventions and David Hume’s History of England
16:15-16:45     Soile Ylivuori: The porous traveller: Englishness, identity, and colonial encounters, c.1740–1810
16:45-17:15 Coffee (2nd floor)
  Social Policy
Chair: Cesare Cuttica
Transfer of ideas
Chair: Heikki Haara
Empire and enlightenment in Russia
Chair: Maria Pirogovskaya
17:15-17:45 Ferrando, Francesca: Who was admitted to welfare? Inclusion and exclusion in the policies against beggary of the Magistrate of the poor of Genoa (XVI- XVII centuries). Wang, Jackie: Christian Garve (1742-1798)’s translation of the Wealth of Nations - A Consideration on the Import of British Ideas into 18th century Germany. Muravyeva, Marianna: Gender and citizenship in early modern Russia: forging the inclusive empire.
17:45-18:15 Bergenheim, Sophy: In and/or out: Inclusion and exclusion in the ideas and policies of Finnish social and health organisations, 1930s–1960s. Stapelbroek, Koen: Inclusion and exclusion in the history of free ports: the political economy of national, fiscal and cultural discriminatory mechanisms. Artemyeva, Tatiana: Encyclopedism of the Russian Enlightenment in the Context of the History of Ideas.
18:15-18:45   Pankakoski, Timo: Organic Growth, Mechanical Weighing, and the England Within: Wartime Pamphlets and the Intensification of Antidemocratic Discourse in Post-WW1 Germany 


19:00-20:00 University reception (Lehtisali)