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The Max Weber Programme Blog

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The Max Weber Programme is the largest postdoctoral training programme in the Social and Human Sciences in the world. This blog has been created to enhance the communication within the growing MWP community.

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“Laudato si” and the Historic Roots of the Discourse on Global Inequality

by Julia McClure (HEC MW Fellow 2014-2015)(*)

The Laudato si, the Encyclical letter released by the papacy last week, has been described as a call for all people, Christians and non Christians, for a cultural revolution against the ‘treacherous appetites of capitalism’, to save our planet from the disasters wrought by over-consumption […]

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Disassembling Archaeology, Reassembling the Modern World: Questions and Possibilities

A workshop to take place on 4 June 2015
Department of History and Civilization, European University Institute, Florence
Organised by:
Stéphane Van Damme (Professor of History of Science, European University Institute and William Carruthers (Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow, European University Institute)
In recent years, historians of archaeology have started to identify the main steps in the […]