Project employees

The project ›The School of Salamanca‹ is being developed by researchers of the Institute of Philosophy, Goethe University Frankfurt and the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History‹:

PD Dr. Christiane Birr

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Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 789 78 - 161

christiane.birr(at)adwmainz.de

Curriculum Vitae

After studying law in Würzburg (First State Examination 1994, Second State Examination 1996) Christiane Birr was awarded her doctorate in the year 2000 for her thesis about  penal jurisdiction and  power organization in the episcopal duchy of Würzburg during the 15th and 16th centuries.

Subsequently, she worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Legal History of  Würzburg University (2000-2003). Her postdoctoral research project Rights in the stream of time –acquisition by prescription  and limitation periods in  European legal history was awarded the Bayerischer Habilitationsförderpreis (Bavarian scholarship for the support of young researchers) in 2002. From 2003 till 2005 she was financially supported by this scholarship. In 2006, the Law Faculty of the University of Würzburg granted her permission to teach German and European legal history, canon law and civil law.

Between 2007 and 2009 she was auxiliary Professor at the Leopold-Wenger Institute at  the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich. Following this, she became lead researcher at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History in Frankfurt am Main.

Since 2013 Christiane Birr has led the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz's project The School of Salamanca. A Digital Collection of Sources and a Dictionary of Its Juridical-Political Language‹ as coordinator. Furthermore, she is an associated researcher at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History in Frankfurt am Main.

Research Interests

Projects

Publications (selection)

Birr, Christiane; Decock, Wim: Recht und Moral in der Scholastik der Frühen Neuzeit 1500-1750 (Oldenburg 2016).
 
Birr, Christiane: Die geisteswissenschaftliche Perspektive: Welche Forschungsergebnisse lassen Digital Humanities erwarten?, in: Rechtsgeschichte – Legal History Rg 24 (2016), 330-334.
 
Birr, Christiane; Duve, Thomas; Lutz-Bachmann, Matthias; Niederberger, Andreas: The School of Salamanca: a digital collection of sources and a dictionary of its juridical-political language: the basic objectives and structure of a research project. The Salamanca Working Paper Series; 2014, 1. Online veröffentlicht: urn:nbn:de:hebis:30:3-324023
 
Birr, Christiane: Rebellische Väter, versklavte Kinder: Der Aufstand der Morisken von Granada (1568-1570) in der juristisch-theologischen Diskussion der Schule von Salamanca, in: Karl Härter/Angela de Benedictis (Hg.), Revolten und politische Verbrechen zwischen dem 12. und 19. Jahrhundert. Rechtliche Reaktionen und juristisch-politische Diskurse (Frankfurt a.M., 2013), 281-317.

Birr, Christiane; Duve, Thomas; Lutz-Bachmann, Matthias; Niederberger, Andreas: Die Schule von Salamanca: eine digitale Quellensammlung und ein Wörterbuch ihrer juristisch-politischen Sprache. Zu Grundanliegen und Struktur eines Forschungsvorhabens. The Salamanca Working Paper Series; 2013, 1. Online veröffentlicht: urn:nbn:de:hebis:30:3-324011
 
Birr, Christiane: Titulus ad regnum coelorum: Zur Taufe und ihren Wirkungen in der theologisch-juristischen Argumentation der Schule von Salamanca, in:  Rechtsgeschichte – Legal History Rg 21 (2013), 129-141.
 
Birr, Christiane: “Sharing in the plunder, pitying the men?“ Normative Regelungen der Sklaverei im britischen Kolonialreich: Das Beispiel Barbados, in: Ulrike Müßig (Hg.), Ungerechtes Recht. Symposium für Dietmar Willoweit (Tübingen 2013), 115-145.
 
Birr, Christiane: Recht als Argument bei Bartolomé de Las Casas. Der Traktat über die Indiosklaverei (Tratado sobre los indios que han sido hechos esclavos), in: Kirstin Bunge/Stefan Schweighöfer/Anselm Spindler/Andreas Wagner (Hg.), Kontroversen um das Recht. Contending for Law. Beiträge zur Rechtsbegründung von Vitoria bis Suárez. Arguments about the Foundation of Law from Vitoria to Suárez (Stuttgart 2012), 93-125.
 
Birr, Christiane: Kolonialrecht, in: Albrecht Cordes/Heiner Lück/Dieter Werkmüller (Hg.), Handwörterbuch zur deutschen Rechtsgeschichte. 2. völlig überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage. Band 2 (Berlin 2012), Sp. 227-232.
 
Birr, Christiane: Aus Sicht der kleinen Leute. Zur Exkommunikations- und Interdiktspraxis an würzburgischen Gerichten im 15. Jahrhundert, in: Hans-Joachim Hecker/Hans-Georg Hermann (Hg.), Rechtsgeschichte des ländlichen Raums in Bayern (Regenstauf 2011), 33-52.

Dr. Andreas Wagner

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Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 798-32774

andreas.wagner(at)adwmainz.de

Curriculum Vitae

Andreas Wagner studied philosophy, sociology and computer science. In 2008 he obtained his Dr. phil. in Frankfurt.

From 2008 to 2011 he was a researcher in a project on public international law at the School of Salamanca in the cluster of excellence “Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen” in Frankfurt am Main.

From 2012 to 2013 he worked on a research project about Francisco de Vitoria in the Heisenberg Chair “Europe and the modern era” with Professor Olaf Asbach at the University of Hamburg.

Since 2013 he is a researcher in the project “The School of Salamanca” at the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz

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.

Publications (selection)

Merio Scattola: Prinzip und Prinzipienfrage in der Entwicklung des modernen Naturrechts. Herausgegeben und mit einer Einleitung versehen von Andreas Wagner. PPR II,8 Stuttgart: frommann-holzboog, 2017.

Wagner, Andreas: "Modernizzazione, secolarizzazione e immanentizzazione della teoria politica". In: Politica, moralità, fortuna. Riflessioni storico-filosofiche sul Principe di Machiavelli. A cura di Ercole Erculei e Giorgio Grimaldi. Carocci, Roma, 2015 (ISBN 978-88-430-7749-6), pp. 131-150.

Wagner, Andreas: "Entstehung und Fortentwicklung des Begriffes der Societas Humana in der frühen Neuzeit". In: Tilmann Altwicker/Francis Cheneval/Oliver Diggelmann (Hg.), Völkerrechtsphilosophie der Frühaufklärung, Reihe POLITIKA, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015, pp. 81-102.

Wagner, Andreas: "STh II-II, q. 10: De Infidelitate", in: Marco Toste/Lidia Lanza (Hg.), Summistae. The Commentary Tradition on Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologiae, 16th to 18th centuries, i.E.

Andreas Wagner (Hrsg.), Am leeren Ort der Macht. Das Staats- und Politikverständnis Claude Leforts. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2013.

Kirstin Bunge, Stefan Schweighöfer, Anselm Spindler, Andreas Wagner (Hrsg.), Kontroversen um das Recht. Stuttgart: frommann-holzboog, 2013.

Andreas Wagner, "Lessons of Imperialism and of the Law of Nations. Alberico Gentili’s Early Modern Appeal to Roman Law" (Review Essay) in: European Journal of International Law 23/3 (2012), pp. 873-886.

Andreas Wagner, "Francisco de Vitoria and Alberico Gentili on the Legal Character of the Global Commonwealth", in: Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 31, No. 3 (2011), pp. 565-582.

Further publications and information can be found at: 

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Dr. José Luis Egío

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Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 798-32774

egiogarciaem.uni-frankfurt.de

Curriculum Vitae

1982 Born in El Siscar (Santomera), Murcia

2000-2005 B.A. in Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.

2003-2004 Year of studies at the Department of Philosophy and Letters, University of Padova (Italy).

2004-2005 Year of studies at the Department of Philosophy, University of Salamanca (Spain).

2006-2008 M.A. European Law and Institutions, Institute of Global Studies (former European Institute IEUG), University of Geneva, Switzerland.

Title of the thesis: “The European Deliberative Democracy. What solutions to the Union’s Democratic Deficit?” Advisor: Prof. Dr. Francis Cheneval, Institute of Philosophy, University of Zürich / IEUG, University of Geneva. 5’19/6

2007-2008 M.A. Philosophy, “Spain and Europe. Intellectual history of a dialogue”, Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.

Title of the thesis: “European Deliberative Democracy. A Neokantian Proposal for the Future of the EU”. 9.65/10 Advisor: Prof. Dr. Eduardo Bello Reguera, Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.

2009-2015 Phd student at the Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.

Title of the thesis: “Calvinism, Gallicanism and Anti-Machiavellism in Innocent Gentillet’s Political Thought (1532-1588)”.

Advisor: Prof. Dr. Antonio Rivera García, University Complutense of Madrid, Spain. Cum laude.

2009-2010 Visiting scholar, Institute for Federalism, University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

2010-2011 Visiting scholar, Institute for Reformation History, University of Geneva, Switzerland.

2012-2016 Phd student at the Institute of Historical Research, Department of Philosophy and Letters, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Title of the thesis: “Discourses and Interests about Slavery and Encomienda in the Early Chronicles of Indies”. Advisors: Prof. Dr. Alicia Mayer González (UNAM), Prof. Dr. María Alba Pastor Llaneza (UNAM), Prof. Dr. Enrique González González (UNAM).

Since 10/2015  Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History.

Since 2/2017 Researcher at the Goethe University Frankfurt. Research project: “The School of Salamanca. A Digital Collection of Sources and a Dictionary of its Juridical-Political Language”.

Main Research Focus

Publications (selection)

Egío García, J. L.: Innocent Gentillet y Francois Hotman: Humanismo jurídico y Reforma protestante en la Francia del siglo XVI. In: Humanismo cristiano y Reforma protestante (1517-2017), pp. 175-190 (Hg. Pena González, M. A.; Delgado Jara, I.). Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Salamanca (2018).

Egío García, J. L.: From Castilian to Nahuatl, or from Nahuatl to Castilian? Reflections and Doubts about Legal Translation in the Writings of Judge Alonso de Zorita (1512–1585?), in: Rechtsgeschichte - Legal History Rg 24, S. 122 - 153 (2016) 

Egío García, J. L.: La emergencia del concepto de leyes fundamentales en la Francia de las guerras de religión (Beza, Gentillet, Bodino). ¿Frenos o pilares de la autoridad regia?, in: Conceptos históricos, S. 92-131 (2016). 

Egío García, J. L.: Acciones y virtudes políticas del Cortés de Gómara. Transcendencia secular de un juego de espejos. In: Miradas sobre Hernán Cortés, S. 151 - 178 (Hg. Martínez Martínez, M. d. C.; Mayer González, A.). Iberoamericana Vervuert, Frankfurt [u.a.] (2016) 

Egío García, J. L.: Calvinismo, Galicanismo y Antimaquiavelismo en el Pensamiento Político de Innocent Gentillet (1532-1588). Universidad de Murcia, Murcia (2015) 

Egío García, J. L.: "Si le lorrain, l’italien, ou quelque autre de mesme farine blesse la couronne". Black legend, patriotic construction of alternative enemies and religious persecution after the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre (1574-87), in: Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance 76 (3), S. 451 - 469 (2014) 

Egío García, J. L.: Pierre de Belloy, Philippe Duplessis Mornay, Innocent Gentillet. Attribution et contenu de la Conference chrestienne (1586), in: Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance 75 (1), S. 67 - 88 (2013)  Egío Garcia, J. L.: La "República de los suizos" de Josias Simler (1576). "Corpus civitatis" helvético y léxico federal en la modernidad temprana, in: Revista de Estudios Histórico-Jurídicos 35, S. 729 - 746 (2013) 

Egío Garcia, J. L.: Convergencia de estrategias entre politiques y hugonotes en el rechazo galicano al Concilio de Trento (1560-1600): Algunas claves para entender la guerra de los Treinta Años, in: Res publica: revista de filosofía política 24, S. 39 - 62 (2010)

Further publications and information can be found at:

www.rg.mpg.de/egio

David Glück, M.A.

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Contact

Tel. +49 (69) 789 78 - 170

glueck(at)rg.mpg.de

Curriculum Vitae

2010-2013
B.A. in European Literature and Film Studies at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany

2013-2016 M.A. in Linguistic and Literary Computing at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Since 2017 Researcher in the project "The School of Salamanca. A Digital Collection of Sources and a Dictionary of its Juridical-Political Language" of the Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz (Germany), located at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt a.M. (Germany).


Research interests

Martin Thoenes, M.A.

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Contact

Tel.: +49 (69) 789 78-274

thoenes(at)rg.mpg.de

Curriculum Vitae

2008-2013 Studies at Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf. Modern Japanese Studies, Information science.

2010-2011 Studies abroad, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto.

2013 Training at 'Japanisches Kulturinstitut, Cologne'.

2013–2016 Studies at Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf. Modern Japanese Studies.

2016 Commercial employee at HIS Touristik Frankfurt GmbH.

Cindy Rico Carmona, M.A.

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Contact:

gast651(at)rg.mpg.de

Curriculum Vitae

2006-2011 B.A. Education with Emphasis in Humanities, Spanish and English at Universidad Pedagógica Nacional. Bogotá, Colombia.

2015-2017 M. A. Language Technology and Foreign Language Didactics at Justus Liebig University. Giessen, Germany.

Since 2018 Trainee at “The School of Salamanca. A Digital Collection of Sources and a Dictionary of its Juridical-Political Language”, Academy of Sciences and Literature Mainz.

Research interests