Author: grotiana

New publication (Dutch): Henk Nellen – Geen vredestichter is zonder tegensprekers

On august 27, Henk Nellen’s book ‘Geen vredestichter is zonder tegensprekers – Hugo de Groot, geleerde, staatsman, verguisd verzoener’ was published by Singel Uitgeverijen (€30,-). A brief summary of the book (in Dutch): ‘De boekenkist waarin Hugo de Groot (Grotius, 1583-1645) uit Loevestein ontsnapte is spoorloos verdwenen. Dat geldt niet voor zijn intellectuele nalatenschap. Hij […]

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New publication: The Cambridge Companion to Hugo Grotius

The Cambridge Companion to Hugo Grotius has been published. It offers a comprehensive overview of Hugo Grotius (1583–1645) for students, teachers, and general readers, while its chapters also draw upon and contribute to recent specialised discussions of Grotius’ oeuvre and its later reception. Contributors to this volume cover the width and breadth of Grotius’ work […]

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New issue of Grotiana, New Series

Past June, the 41st volume of Grotiana, New Series appeared. A table of contents, including direct hyperlinks, is available on the page ‘Grotiana, New Series’.

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Workshop: “Non-consequential theories of strict liability in historical perspective”

IE University together with the Grotiana Foundation At this workshop, hosted at IE University, IE Law School on January 10, 2020 in Madrid, academic scholars will come together to discuss these topics. We would like to invite you to the workshop “Non-consequential theories of strict liability in historical perspective”.Early modern jurists have struggled to come […]

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Arminius Fellowship

For more information, see the website of Leiden University. As of 2017 the Vera Gottschalk-Frank Foundation has invoked an Arminius Fellowship at the Scaliger Institute. The Foundation supports the promotion of research into all holdings relating to the Remonstrants in the Special Collections of Leiden University Libraries. As of 2017 the Vera Gottschalk-Frank Foundation has […]

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