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Subject: ISIH
From: Anders Öckerman <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Lista för idé- och lärdomshistoria i Sverige <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 7 Jan 1997 13:21:59 +0000
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För kännedom. Ursäkta om ni sett detta på andra platser:

>  THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
>
> aims to bring together scholars in intellectual history from
> countries and all disciplines.  ISIH was founded in 1994 by an
> international group of scholars, and a steering committee has
> been formed, consisting of Constance Blackwell (Foundation for
> Intellectual History), Donald R. Kelley (Rutgers U.), Ulrich
> Johannes Schneider (U. Leipzig), Wilhelm Schmitt-Biggemann (Freie
> Universitat, Berlin), Edoardo Tortarolo (University of Torino),
> Francoise Wacquet (CNRS, Paris), and Charles Webster (All Souls
> College, Oxford).
>
> The ISIH proposes to organize conferences and to publish a
> newsletter in order to facilitate and to extend contacts among
> scholars with interdisciplinary interests.  It will welcome other
> projects and act in general as a network of communication and
> exchange concerning questions arising in and across the history
> of various humanistic and scientific disciplines, with respect to
> national, cultural, and gender identities.  All ISIH members will
> receive a newsletter which will appear at least once a year to
> provide information about conferences and activities of the
> society's members.
>
> The ISIH will organize a conference at least every four years.
> The first conference will be the United States in 1997 ("The Idea
> of Tradition"), and the second will take place in Berlin 1998
> ("The History of Endings").  Future topics may include "The
> Republic of Letters" and "Intellectual Quarrels."
>
> Among other projects, the ISIH sponsors a "Dictionary of
> Intellectual Historians," containing essays on major twentieth-
> century scholars who are of contemporary importance, and a series
> of reprints of early modern who have contributed to intellectual
> history.
>
> Dues for membership and the Newsletter are $20 (students $10) or
> 15 pounds sterling (students 8 pounds).  Anyone interested in
> becoming a member of ISIH should write to one of the following
> addresses:
>
> For Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Indian Sub-continent:
>        Constance Blackwell
>        Foundation for Intellectual History
>        28 Gloucester Crescent
>        NW1 7DL London, U.K.
>        e-mail (inquiries only): [log in to unmask]
>
> For the Americas and the Far East:
>        Prof. Gordon Schochet
>        Dept. of Political Science
>        Rutgers University
>        New Brunswick, NJ  08903  USA
>        e-mail (inquiries only): [log in to unmask]
>
> NOTE that the e-mail addresses for further inquiries are not the
> ones from which this message was sent.
>
> Please copy and distribute this message freely.

--
Anders Öckerman
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http://www.umu.se/envhist/anders
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"The problem with doing nothing is that
you never know when you're done"
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