The British Academy Conferences
Bringing together scholars from around the world to consider and evaluate new research in the humanities and social sciences
British Academy Conferences bring together scholars from around the world to present, discuss and consolidate new research in the humanities and social sciences. Held at the British Academy’s own premises in London, at other British venues, or online, these landmark occasions offer students, scholars and specialists a chance to expand their networks and learn about the latest developments in their field. The scheme includes a strand of British Academy / Wellcome Trust Conferences, designed to foster discussion and debate on health and wellbeing-related themes.
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21 - 22 Oct 2022 - Oxford
From Colony to Republic: The Social History of Law in 19th-Century Latin America
This conference examines how ordinary people responded to the transformation of Latin America’s system of justice following the end of the colonial period. International scholars will exploring the impact of legal change on society in nineteenth-century Latin America, and how ordinary people engaged with and used republican law.