Workshop on the afterlife of Roman law 2
Monday-Tuesday 15-16 September 2008
University College London
Projet Volterra II, an AHRC-funded project based in the History Department of UCL, is examining the post-imperial afterlife of Roman law (initially to the Carolingian period). Over the two days of 15 to 16 September 2008, we are hosting a small colloquium-cum-workshop, organised loosely around the themes 'Authorities and Subjects' and 'Manuals and Jurisprudence'. For an introduction to the project and its aims, see www.ucl.ac.uk/history/volterra/pv2.htm .
Confirmed speakers include Professors Michael Crawford, Gero Dolezalek, Wolfgang Kaiser, Dario Mantovani, and Drs Simon Corcoran, Magnus Ryan, and Benet Salway but we welcome offers of other papers. Preference will be given to those related to our themes but contributions outside the themes but still relating to the survival/reception of Roman law in the early medieval period are also most welcome.
The colloquium is supported by the AHRC and we will be able to contribute towards speakers' travel and accommodation expenses.
Those interested in offering a paper should contact Dr Benet Salway by Friday 1 August 2008.