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Disciplines of Knowing in the Early Modern World

Author Archives: James A T LANCASTER

New Publication: Special Issue of Nuncius

Nuncius 31: Aspects of the Production and Circulation of Early Modern Scientiae: Religion, Natural Philosophy, Secrecy, and Openness Edited by Vittoria Feola A special issue of Nuncius, comprised of papers from Scientiae 2014 edited by Vittoria Feola, is now available. The issue, entitled ‘Aspects of the Production and Circulation of Early Modern Scientiae: Religion, Natural Philosophy, Secrecy, […]

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Final Reminder: Scientiae Oxford 2016

Final Reminder: Oxford 2016 Proposals Due 15 November The deadline for proposals for the fifth annual Scientiae conference (Oxford, 5-7 July 2016) on disciplines of knowing in the early modern world (roughly 1400-1800) is 15 November 2015. The major premise of this conference series is that knowledge during this period was inherently interdisciplinary, involving complex mixtures of theories, […]

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Scientiae 2015: Abstracts now Available

Scientiae 2015: Abstracts now Available Abstracts for all sessions and roundtables at Scientiae 2015 are now available here. Individual abstracts can be viewed or downloaded by clicking on the links below each session, and will be accessible during the conference through the free wifi facilities provided. In addition, the penultimate programme is now available for Scientiae 2015. Please note that it […]

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Making Knowledge Visible: An Exhibition of Rare Books from the CRRS Collection

The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies is pleased to present an exhibition of rare books in honour of Scientiae 2015: Making Knowledge Visible An Exhibition of Rare Books from the CRRS Collection May 27 – June 10. Entrance Foyer, E. J. Pratt Library This exhibition will showcase a selection of rare books in the CRRS collections […]

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Scientiae 2015: Final Registration Reminder

Final Registration Reminder and Final Preliminary Programme Please note that registration closes on 8 May, and that it will not be possible to register at the door. Click here to register for Scientiae 2015. The registration fee is $225.00 CAD, or $115.00 CAD for students. The registration fee includes tea/coffee breaks, a reception on Wednesday evening, and a delegate package. It is […]

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Scientiae 2015: Registration Reminder and Revised Programme

Registration Reminder and Revised Programme Please note that registration closes on 8 May, and that it will not be possible to register at the door. Click here to register for Scientiae 2015.* The registration fee is $225.00 CAD, or $115.00 CAD for students. The registration fee includes tea/coffee breaks, a reception on Wednesday evening, and a delegate package. It is an […]

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Scientiae 2015: Registration Now Open

Registration for Scientiae 2015 is Now Open Please click here to register for Scientiae 2015.* The registration fee is $225.00 CAD, or $115.00 CAD for students. The registration fee includes tea/coffee breaks, a reception on Wednesday evening, and a delegate package. It is an additional $35.00 CAD to attend the conference banquet on Thursday night. Please note that the registration fee […]

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CFP Final Reminder: Scientiae 2015

The CFP deadline for Scientiae 2015 (University of Toronto, 27-29 May) is 17 November 2014. Paper, panel, and round-table proposals are invited for the fourth annual international conference on the emergent knowledge practices of the early-modern period (1450-1750). The major premise of this conference is that knowledge during the period of the Scientific Revolution was inherently interdisciplinary, involving […]

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CFP Reminder: Scientiae 2015

The CFP for Scientiae 2015 (University of Toronto, 27-29 May) is now available online. Paper, panel, and round-table proposals are invited for the fourth annual international conference on the emergent knowledge practices of the early-modern period (1450-1750). The major premise of this conference is that knowledge during the period of the Scientific Revolution was inherently interdisciplinary, involving complex mixtures […]

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CFP: Early Modern Scholarship and Science. A Multidisciplinary Approach

CFP: Early Modern Scholarship and Science. A Multidisciplinary Approach (ed. Vittoria Feola) Publisher and Series: Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History We are delighted to announce our call for papers for publication of a book including 20 re-worked papers from Scientiae 2014 to be edited by Vittoria Feola. Given the multidisciplinary nature of Scientiae, submission of abstracts is […]

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    Scientiae 2017: Padua

    The Call for Papers for Scientiae 2017 is now available online.