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TOC: Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung 41 (2014), 4

The following table of contents for the newest issue of Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung 41 (2014), 4, may be of interest to some H-HRE members.


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Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung. Vierteljahresschrift zur Erforschung des Spätmittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit 4/2014

Conf: Attending to Early Modern Women 2015

Dear Colleagues,

The program for Attending to Early Modern Women 2015, "It's About Time" has been set and registration is open. The conference, to be held June 18-20 in Milwaukee, features a keynote address by Prof. Fran Dolan, UC-Davis, "It's about Time and Terroir: Gender and the Story of English Wine," plus 12 plenary talks and 44 workshops. There will also be a special pre-conference workshop at the Newberry Library, Wednesday June 17.

Ann: Additional German Script Course for this Summer

Moravian Archives Announces Second German Script Course for this Summer

Because of the high number of registrations for this year's German Script Course, the Moravian Archives has decided to offer an additional course in July of 2015. The second course will begin on Tuesday, July 7, and end on Friday, July 17, 2015. (Because of the Fourth of July weekend we will start on Tuesday).

CFP: Found in Translation: A Conference on the World History of Science, ca. 1200–1600 CE

Found in Translation: A Conference on the World History of Science, ca. 1200–1600 CE
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Call for Papers Date: 2015-03-04

The conference emphasizes transmission, critical interpretation, and communication, circa 1200–1600 CE. It addresses Islamic, Latin, Hebrew, African, Chinese, South Asian, Eurasian, and American scientific endeavors. Deadline for paper proposals: March 4, 2015.

Conference to be held at: University of Pittsburgh, October 10–12, 2015 

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