- RT @ClaudvanH: Delighted to announce that conference registration is now open for 'The Intermedial Eighteenth Century: Textual and Visual A… 1 day ago
- RT @BirkedalMette: Privacy is not a hallmark of Early Modern life ... and yet we explore terms, characteristics and ambiences of Early Mode… 2 days ago
- Read work of my colleague @AstorriPaolo on the #theory of #contract in #Grotius twitter.com/AstorriPaolo/s… 2 days ago
- My great colleague @natsilvaperez takes #liberties with the obsolete #French term #privauté to make you #familiar w… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 5 days ago
- RT @Transkribus: Finally the videos of the Transkribus User Conference 2020 are online. Want to get an insight? Check them out here: https:… 6 days ago
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Private academic debates and public knowledge: Hermann Conring’s analysis of the Holy Roman Empire at the University of Helmstedt
I wrote a post on Hermann Conring based on Constantin Fasolt’s research to form the basis of my research project on the issue of privacy in academic debates in 17th-century Germany.