The Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History promotes the Research of Ideas across Disciplines, in- and outside Finland. It aims to bring together researchers in events related to various projects in the field of intellectual history, and help them reach international audiences. The Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History offers a communication platform for researchers from a wide array of disciplines, studying ideas from antiquity to the present day.
New issue of Contributions to the History of Concepts
Centre for Intellectual History affiliated journal
Diagnosing Archive Fever: Historians, Archive Research, and the Changing Middle-Class Culture c. 1840–1914
Congratulations to Elise Garritzen, new Academy Research Fellow!
Imagination, Rhetoric, and Politics in the Early Modern Europe (1500-1650)
Congratulations to Kaarlo Havu, new Academy Research Postdoc!
CANCELLED: Phenomenology of Norms, Rules and Law (NoSP 2020)
CANCELLED: Due to extraordinary circumstances, the annual meeting of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology in Helsinki has been cancelled. The...