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The last seminar of the project "The transformation of international Law and Norwegian Sovereignty in 1814", led by professors Ola Mestad and Dag Michalsen (both University of Oslo), will take place on the 3.-4. October in Oslo.
Associate professor Atle L. Wold (ILOS, UiO) will present the topic: "Defending the British Constitution:The Scottish debate on constitutional reform and the French Revolution in the 1790s"
Mag. Dr. Karin Schneider, from University of Innsbruck, will present the Congress of Achen and it's role in the international law.
Docent at Tilburg University, Karlijn van Blom, will present the work of the German jurist Georg Friedrich von Martens, and his impact on the 18th century international law.
Professor of Legal History, Aniceto Masferrer, (University of Valencia) will present the principles of national sovereignity in Spain around 1800, taking the Constitution of Cádiz as an example.
This conference is a part of "The transformation of international law and Norwegian sovereignty in 1814", a research project at the Center for Advanced Study at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
Dr. Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina, from the University of Genoa, will present the Swiss philosopher Emer de Vattel and his impact on the international law.
As part of the CAS-visit to Vienna we invite to the following seminar in cooperation with the University of Vienna.
The seminar is day 2 of the phd-seminar that will cover the topic "New institutions and changing boundaries between national and international law and between public and private law". Professor Gunther Teubner from Goethe University will present his latest book.
A two-day research and phd-seminar (B-seminar) will cover the topic "New institutions and changing boundaries between national and international law and between public and private law". There will also be a presentation of two new books about the topic, from professor Gunther Teubner and professor Chris Thornhill.