April 29

10:15 Introduction: Richard Bourke
10:30 Isaac Nakhimovsky: Enlightenment and Revolution in the Historiography of the Law of Nations

Alexander Schmidt: The Imperative of Progress: Moral Community and the State after Kant
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Eva Piirimäe: Nationalism, Internationalism, and 'Humanität': Herder's Enlightened Vision of Modern Europe and Its Nineteenth-Century Legacies

Iwan-Michelangelo D'Aprile: Political Journalism in Germany and the Persistence of the Enlightenment until the 1830s
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 James Stafford: Gustave de Beaumont and the Legacies of Enlightenment in Ireland

Niall O'Flaherty: The Fate of the 'Conservative and Clerical Enlightenment' in the Age of Reform
19:30 Dinner



April 30

10:30 Stella Ghervas: Enlightenment and Tradition in Post-Napoleonic Europe - The Worlds of Alexander Sturdza

Iain McDaniel: From Enlightened Narrative to the Stadial History of Politics - The Case of Wilhelm Roscher
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Avi Lifschitz: The Enlightenment - Binary or Unitary? From Meinecke and Cassirer to Contemporary Historiography
15:00-16:00 Closing Discussion
Moderated by Anthony La Vopa