European Jacobins and Republicanism

Type: 
Workshop
Audience: 
CEU Community + Invited Guests
Building: 
Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower
Room: 
409
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 9:30am
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Date: 
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 9:30am to 6:30pm

International Workshop
EUROPEAN JACOBINS AND REPUBLICANISM 

Hosted by the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) “Reconsidering Jacobinism”,
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS),
and Pasts, Inc Center for Historical Studies, Department of History (CEU)

1st session
Moderator: Prof. Tatsuya NAKAZAWA(Waseda University, Tokyo)

Opening Remarks 9:30~9:50
Prof. Tatsuya NAKAZAWA(Waseda University, Tokyo)
Prof. Balazs TRENCSÉNYI(Central European University, Budapest)

Presentation 1   9:50~10:50
Emeritus Prof. Kazuhiko KONDO (University of Tokyo, Tokyo)
“What new do we expect from Jacobin historiography?”

Break 10:50~11:00

Presentation 2  11:00~12:00
Prof. Dausuke FURUYA (University of Osaka, Osaka)
“Swedish experience of "revolution" as a renewal of "monarchia mixta”

Presentation 3  12:00~13:00
Prof. Tatsuya NAKAZAWA(Waseda University, Tokyo)
“Creation of the thought of “Republic with King” of the early Hungarian Jacobins, 1793”

Lunch 13:00~13:45

2nd session
Moderator: Prof. Balazs TRENCSÉNYI(Central European University, Budapest)

Presentation 4  13:45~14:45
Dr. Henrik HŐNICH (ELTE, Budapest)
Radical Reformers” in Context: Convention, Innovation and Political Discourse in Late 18th-Century Hungary

Presentation 5  14:45~15:45
Prof. Daniela TINKOVÁ (Institute for Czech History, Charles University, Prague)
“Jacobins in the soutane and other admirers of the French Revolution in Bohemia and Moravia on the turn of 18th and 19th centuries”

Break 15:45~16:00

Presentation 6  16:00~17:00
Prof. Anna GRZESKOWIAK-KRWAWICZ (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)
Should a Republican be Jacobin? Polish nobility and the French Revolution”

Presentation 7  17:00~18:00
Prof. Balazs TRENCSÉNYI(Central European University, Budapest)
The Afterlife of Jacobinism and the Debate on the ‘Prehistory’ of the Reform Age in Hungarian Historiography”

Closing Remarks 18:00~18:20
Prof. Tatsuya NAKAZAWA(Waseda University, Tokyo)
Prof. Balazs TRENCSÉNYI(Central European University, Budapest)

We kindly ask non-CEU members to register at pasts@ceu.edu by 13 March.