Category: Conferences

Research cooperation CURR (Cultures des Révoltes et Révolutions)

In order to find out more about our research cooperation with CURR (Cultures des Révoltes et Révolutions) in France, please visit their website at http://www.crhq.cnrs.fr/curr/methodologie.php. Apart from French, German and Swiss researchers, the cooperation also includes Dutch and English scholars, among them the Leiden-based research...

“Riots, Rebellions & Revolutions” – Konferenzbericht zur 44. Jahreskonferenz der BSECS in Oxford

Vom 5. bis 9. Januar 2015 hat die Konstanzer Forschungsgruppe „Frühneuzeitliche Revolten als Kommunikationsereignisse“ unter Leitung von Dr. Malte Griesse an der 44. Jahreskonferenz der Britischen Gesellschaft zur Erforschung des 18. Jahrhunderts (BSECS) in Oxford teilgenommen. Anlässlich des 300. Jahrestages der jakobitischen Rebellion von 1715...

“Convince the world that they were not fictitious” – conference paper delivered at the BSECS Conference 2015

My talk today directly refers to my PhD project on the delimitations of political space and the redefinition of the body politic in 18th-century Britain. As part of the early modern research group “Revolts as Communicative Events” in Konstanz, my dissertation especially deals with the...

“Communicating crisis – media criticism and the quest for credibility in the face of political violence in 18th century Europe”

BSECS 44th, Annual Conference, 6th to 8th January 2015, St Hugh’s College, Oxford, United Kingdom Proposal by Dr. Malte Griesse, David de Boer M.A. and Monika Barget M.A., University of Konstanz, Germany, research group “Early Modern Revolts as Communicative Events”:       From the 1940s to...