The aim of this conference is to open up the discussion of republicanism and to explore the variety of uses to which the vocabulary of republicanism was put in different times and places as well as the transmission, reception and transformation of republican ideas. We are concerned with these ideas as they were experienced and utilised in a wide range of contexts rather than with an approach which defines republicanism in terms of its agreement with the tenets of classical sources. To facilitate this, the chronological, geographical and disciplinary range of this conference will be broad. The period covered will extend from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth centuries and panels will be organised thematically.
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