September 1–2, 2022

St Edmund Hall, Oxford

Conference Programme

Thursday, 1st September

12.45: Conference registration

1.30-3.00:  Andreja Novakovic (University of California, Berkeley): “Hegel’s Answer to the ‘Academy’ Question: Is it Permissible to Deceive a People?”

Coffee break

3.30-5.00: Richard Bourke (King’s College, Cambridge): “The Passage from Feudal to Constitutional Monarchy in Hegel”

5.30-7.00: Dina Emundts (Freie Universität Berlin): “The Comprehension of Right and of the History of Right”

7.30: Dinner

8.45 AGM

Friday, 2nd September

9.30-11.00: Charlotte Baumann (University of Sussex): “Hegel on the Market Economy”

Coffee break

Early Career Session:

11.30-12.15: Jason Yonover (Johns Hopkins University): “Hegel and King on History and Contradiction”

12.15-1.00: Leonard Weiss (University of Sheffield): “Does Hegel’s Organic Conception of the State Cancel Individual Difference?”

1.00 Lunch

2.00-3.30: Stephen Houlgate (University of Warwick): “Civil Society and its Discontents: Hegel and the Problem of Poverty”

3.30 Conference ends


To register for the conference:

a) please complete the registration form that can be downloaded here, and submit as instructed on the form: 2022 Registration Form
b) pay for registration either using PayPal below, or by sending in a cheque with the registration form

Please note that the number of en-suite rooms is very limited, so if you want one of those please check availability before registering, by contacting Sebastian Stein ( The deadline for registration is 8th August 2022.

Graduate Bursaries

Graduate bursaries are also available, with a deadline of 8th August 2022. Please download the application form here, and follow the instructions on the form: HSGB Graduate Bursary application 2022


Registration Fee

Bed & Breakfast

Dinner, Thursday 1st September (w/o wine), £27.00

Lunch, Friday 2nd September, £17.00

Tea / Coffee, Thursday 1st September, £3.00

Tea / Coffee, Friday 2nd September, £3.00