A Global History of Free Ports: Capitalism, Commerce and Geopolitics (1600–1900)

International research network hosted by the Helsinki Centre

The Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History is proud to present a new affiliated project: The international research network on the study of the history of free ports.

The project will involve - from now on- the organisation of four international conferences in Venice, Helsinki, Harvard and Seoul. Afterwards a selection of fully revised papers will be published in a collected volume.

For the call for papers of the first two meetings see:

https://www.helsinki.fi/sites/default/files/atoms/files/call_for_papers_free_ports_venice_april_2019_0.pdf

https://www.helsinki.fi/sites/default/files/atoms/files/call_for_papers_free_ports_helsinki_june_2019_0.pdf

For more information on the project, see the website of 'A Global History of Free Ports: Capitalism, Commerce and Geopolitics (1600–1900)'

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