Early modern goverance, institutions and norms (legislations)
Law and order have been key-issues of all times and places, whether we are talking about ancient Rome or present-day threats of public disturbance, crime or terrorism. How can a government protect its inhabitants from such harm? Upholding social order by preventing crime and violence is arguably a key-priority of governments today, especially under the current threat of terrorist attacks. This blog is to make researchers throughout Europe aware of each other's research and will provide a platform to announce newly published books, upcoming conferences, seminars and summer schools (etc.) and reach an audience interested in early modern governance, institutions and normative rules (legislation).
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