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CLH

What is comparative legal history? Legal historiography and the revolt against formalism, 1930-60

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Coordinator
HELSINGIN YLIOPISTO 

Organization address
address: YLIOPISTONKATU 3
city: HELSINGIN YLIOPISTO
postcode: 14
website: www.helsinki.fi

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 Coordinator Country Finland [FI]
 Project website http://www.infolaw.co
 Total cost 191˙325 €
 EC max contribution 191˙325 € (100%)
 Programme 1. H2020-EU.1.3.2. (Nurturing excellence by means of cross-border and cross-sector mobility)
 Code Call H2020-MSCA-IF-2016
 Funding Scheme MSCA-IF-EF-ST
 Starting year 2017
 Duration (year-month-day) from 2017-09-21   to  2019-09-20

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1    HELSINGIN YLIOPISTO FI (HELSINGIN YLIOPISTO) coordinator 191˙325.00

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 Project objective

What is comparative legal history? This research aims to show that to understand the rise of this field of inquiry we need first to clarify how historiography changes in time. To this purpose, the proposed research begins from two main ideas.

First, the writing of legal history is deeply intertwined with an image of law which tells us what is law, how it is created and by whom. This is in fact the premise for doing legal history, as it determines the object of investigation.

Secondly, the decades 1930-60 saw a profound turn in European legal science. Some legal scholars challenged the legacy received from the 19th century and launched an attack on the ‘formalism’ at the heart of its intellectual framework.

Those path-breaking insights gave life to a wave of works self-styled as comparative legal history published in the period 1930-60. Some of the innovative ideas that have fuelled original research in the last decades, and which today are shared as an obvious truth — e.g. to place law in context, to think outside the doctrinal box, the dislike of abstract theorising — are the fruit of the antiformalist turn of the 1930-60.

The exponential growth this field had in the last two or three decades both in research and education urges to clarify its nature and purpose.

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