Acht Promotionsstellen, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg Mehr
Position for a post-doctoral researcher, Università di Pavia (Italy) Mehr
CfA: Kommentare zu Schlüsseltexten der Menschenrechtsgeschichte Mehr
Call for Papers: Postgraduate Conference in Comparative Legal History 22–24 February 2018, Augsburg University, Germany Mehr
New Publication: Global Perspectives on Legal History 9 Mehr
Prof. Dr. Heikki Pihlajamäki (Helsinki)
Welcome to the new forum historiae iuris
In recent decades, legal history has increasingly abandoned its national heritage, transforming into an international discipline, and acquiring new tones of globalization and comparative methodology. Our discipline is moving forward. This is precisely one of the reasons, in addition to general budget cuts, why disciplines such as legal history, comparative law and legal theory face attacks. These are the legal disciplines, which could play a crucial part in preparing the legal world for the on-going changes: linking the local to the global, the regional to the national, and the national to the global. Instead of cuts, these theoretical disciplines deserve rather more than less funds.