There are few historical events that aspired to such a radical and so comprehensive change of reality as it was the case with the French Revolution. Simultaneously, despite its radicalism, there are only a few events in world history around which, at least on the continent, so firm consensus has been created. Not only has the Revolution itself been positively evaluated but also all of its (conceptual) consequences have been accepted without critical assessment.

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We invite the papers on the following topics:
- The intellectual causes and ideological roots of the Revolution
- The course of the Revolution and its crimes
- The work of sympathizers of the Revolution outside France
- Individual rebellions and conspiracies in European countries and their connection with France
- Impact and consequences of the Revolution on other European countries
- Defense of European monarchies against revolutionary ideas
- Criticism of the Revolution and counter-revolutionary thought in France and Europe
- The battle over ideas and pamphlets in Europe
- Perception of the Revolution in Europe today – how the Revolution was dogmatized
- The intellectual legacy of the Revolution
- Contemporary ideologies and attitude towards the Revolution

Abstracts of no more than 500 words are to be sent to [email protected]
The deadline for the abstracts is 30.4.2019.
Notice of acceptance of papers will be sent by May 30, 2019.
The working language of the conference is English.
The Institute for Political Studies covers accommodation costs for participants.
The papers presented at the conference will be published in the special volume.