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Reinhart Koselleck Symposium

Reinhart Koselleck Symposium*

17 May 2019, 2 pm – 5.30 pm

Cambridge History Faculty, 2nd Floor, Room 6

This half-day workshop-style event will focus on the recent publication of Koselleck’s Sediments of Time: On Possible Histories (Stanford University Press, 2018), offering the opportunity to discuss Koselleck’s work most recently translated into English and situate this within the context of his career more generally.

*This event is supported by the DAAD-University of Cambridge Research Hub for German Studies with Funds from the German Federal Foreign Office.

Reinhart Koselleck - Sediments of Time

Speakers include:

Prof. Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann (Berkeley), Prof. Sir Christopher Clark (Cambridge), Dr. Clara Maier (Hamburg), Prof. Willibald Steinmetz (Bielefeld), Prof. Niklas Olsen (Copenhagen).

Booking is essential. Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reinhart-koselleck-symposium-tickets-52945185475

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