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CFP: Scientiae Toronto 2015

The CFP for Scientiae Toronto 2015 (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 of practices […]

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Nuncius CFP

We are delighted to announce our call for papers for publication of a special issue of Nuncius, Journal of the material and visual history of science. Vittoria Feola is the volume editor. Given the multidisciplinary nature of Scientiae, submission of abstracts are encouraged about the history of early modern medicine as well as about any other […]

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Scientiae Thank You

Thank you so much for making Scientiae 2014 such a successful conference. We will soon be circulating calls for papers for a special issue of Nuncius as well as for a book to be published in the Brill series of History of Scholarship, Science, and Technology. We look forward to receving abstracts of your revised […]

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Final Programme and Abstracts for Scientiae 2014 Now Available

The final programme, as well as abstracts for all sessions at Scientiae 2014, are now available online. 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. The final programme for Scientiae 2014 can be downloaded here. Dr Christiane Druml (Vice-Rector, Medical University of Vienna) and […]

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Scientiae 2014 Programme Now Available

Scientiae 2014 Programme Now Available The preliminary programme and programme overview for Scientiae 2014 (23-25 April, Vienna) are now available for download on the conference webpage. Please note that the programme will be updated regularly, and that we will continue to take note of all your schedule requests. The final programme will be available one week before the commencement of […]

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Special Issue of IHR Now Available

Special Issue of IHR Now Available: Scientiae: Disciplines of Knowing in the Early-Modern World A Special Issue from our Vancouver 2012 conference is now available: Scientiae: Disciplines of Knowing in the Early-Modern World. This latest issue of Intellectual History Review, the journal of the International Society for Intellectual History, is available online and in print, edited by J. […]

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Registration for Scientiae 2014 is now open

Please visit the conference page to register for Scientiae 2014. The registration fee is €145.00, plus an optional €20.00 should you wish to attend the conference banquet. Please note that the registration fee is the same for everyone, regardless of whether or not you are giving a paper. Please note that you may also visit the conference page to search for accommodation in […]

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CFP for Scientiae 2014 Now Closed

The CFP for Scientiae 2014 (23-25 April, 2014) is now closed. Many thanks to all those who submitted a paper or panel proposal. The committee will now adjudicate all proposals received and respond shortly after 15 November, 2013. Registration information will also be posted to the Scientiae website around the middle of November. If you should have […]

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CFP: Scientiae 2014 in Vienna

The Call for Papers for Scientiae 2014 in Vienna (23-25 April 2014) is now available online. Abstracts for individual papers of 25 minutes should be between 250 and 350 words in length. For panel sessions of 1 hour and 45 minutes, a list of speakers (with affiliations), as well as a 500-word abstract, is required. Roundtable […]

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CFA: Special Issue of Preternature

Shadows of the Mind: Discourses of Superstition and Nature in the Early Modern World Special Issue of Preternature Edited by James A.T. Lancaster and Richard Raiswell The advent of novel approaches in early modernity to understanding and mastering nature—from natural magic, to natural history, to natural philosophy—motivated discourse about how best to distill true knowledge […]

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