Project Directors

Prof. Dr. Thomas Duve

Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 789 78 – 165
Email: sekduve@rg.mpg.de
MPI Website

Research Interests

His research interests focus on the legal history of the early Modern Age and the Modern Era. One particular research interest is the legal history of Hispanic America and the history of science in the 20th Century.

Prof. Dr. Dr. Matthias Lutz-Bachmann

Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 798-32779
Email: lutz-bachmann@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Webpage

Research Interests

  • Medieval philosophy and its historical influence
  • Practical philosophy (in particular ethics and political philosphy)
  • Philosophy of religion
  • Kant
  • Critical Theory


Project Team

PD Dr. Christiane Birr

Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 789 78 - 161
Email: christiane.birr@adwmainz.de
MPI Website

Research Interests

  • Spanish late scholasticism and canon law of the early modern period
  • European expansion and colonial law
  • Taught law in the late middle ages and early modern period (especially questions regarding the law on limitation periods)
  • Legal and constitutional history of the early modern period

Dr. José Luis Egío

Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 798-32774
Email: egiogarcia@em.uni-frankfurt.de
MPIeR Webpage

Research Interests

  • Early Modern Political, Theological and Juridical Thinking in Europe and Ibero-America.
  • Chronicles of Indies (16th Century).
  • History of French and Swiss Reformation.
  • Contemporary Political Philosophy, European Law.

David Glück, M.A.

Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 789 78 - 170
Email: glueck@rg.mpg.de

Research Interests

  • Digital editions of early modern and modern texts
  • Knowledge representation and processing
  • Computational linguistic methods in the humanities

Cindy Rico Carmona, M.A.

Contact

Email: Cindy.Carmona@adwmainz.de

Research Interests

  • Digital Humanities
  • Natural Language Processing

Dr. Andreas Wagner

Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 78978-107
Email: andreas.wagner@adwmainz.de
Website
MPI Website

Research Interests

His work is strongly related to the phenomenological reconstruction of a legal understanding, both in the current global situation and in the early Modern Age.


Co-operation Partners

Prof. Dr. Marc-Aeilko Aris

Professor of Latin Philology of the Middle Ages

Research Topics: Medieval Latin Literature; Paleography; History of Medieval Sources; Reception History

Institut für Griechische und Lateinische Philologie der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität-München
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
80539 Munich
Tel.: +49 (0)89 2180-2392
Fax: +49 (0)89 2180-3930
Email: aris@lmu.de
Website

Prof. Dr. phil. Wulf Oesterreicher †

Professor emeritus for Romance Philology

Research Topics: Romance Philology (French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Rumanian)

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Scientific Advisory Board


Ana Carabias (History, Salamanca)


Juan Cruz Cruz (Philosophy, Pamplona)


Nils Jansen (Legal History, Münster)


Matthias Kaufmann (Philosophy, Halle)


María Martín Gómez (Philosophy, Salamanca)


Maria Paz Alonso (Legal History, Salamanca)


Michael Sievernich (Theology, Frankfurt/Mainz)


John Witte Jr. (Legal History, Emory/Atlanta)



Former Team Members


Dipl.-Bibl. Ingo Caesar, M.A. (2013 - 2015)


Carolina Cárdenas, B.A. (2013 - 2019)


Dr. Matthias Kirchen (2016 - 2017)


Barbara Kirchner (2016 - 2018)


Dr. Anselm Spindler (2013 - 2015)


Martin Thoenes, M.A. (2017 - 2019)