The Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History promotes the Research of Ideas across Disciplines, in- and outside Finland. It aims to bring together researchers in events related to various projects in the field of intellectual history, and help them reach international audiences. The Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History offers a communication platform for researchers from a wide array of disciplines, studying ideas from antiquity to the present day.
History of Philosophy Seminar: The Doctrine of Necessity in Law and Politics
The History of Philosophy Seminar on "The Doctrine of Necessity in Law and Politics" convenes June 10, 2022, at 14–17. It is also possible to...
New book: Anti-democracy in England 1570-1642
Cesare Cuttica's new book Anti-democracy in England 1570-1642 is out with Oxford University Press. It offers an innovative approach to the...
Public lecture: Martin Conway on Europe after the Democratic Age
Prof. Martin Conway lectures on "What happened next: Europe after the Democratic Age" on Thursday 12 May at the University of Helsinki.
CFP: Introduction to Conceptual History 2022
In August 2022 the annual summer school “Introduction to Conceptual History” will be offered by the Centre for Nordic Studies at the University...
Historical, Philosophical and Theological Perspectives on Political Violence conference 31.3.-2.4.2022
Hybrid conference, University of Helsinki, March 31-April 2, 2022.