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TOC: Journal of the History of Ideas January 2017

The following is the table of contents for the January 2017 issue of the Journal of the History of Ideas, a journal of intellectual history published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.

Journal of the History of Ideas vol. 78.1

Articles

"Bodin’s Puritan Readers and Radical Democracy in Early New England" by J. S. Maloy

"The Body of Mahomet: Pierre Bayle on War, Sex, and Islam" by Mara van der Lugt

"Miltonic Sublimity and the Crisis of Wolffianism before Kant" by Adam Foley

CFP: Thinking Europe: Philosophy, Autonomy and Culture

Call for Papers for the Panel: Thinking Europe: Philosophy, Autonomy and Culture

As part of 7th Euroacademia International Conference Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers

28 – 29 April 2017

Deadline for paper proposals: 15th of March 2017

Thinking Europe: Philosophy, Autonomy and Culture

Panel Description

TOC: Contributions to the History of Concepts - Time in the Ibero-American World

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of Contributions to the History of Concepts is available. This issue features a special section on Time in the Ibero-American World, which examines a number of time experiences in the Ibero-American world during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries from a conceptual perspective.

Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal: www.berghahnjournals.com/contributions

ToC: Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies (Winter 2016)

I am pleased to share with you the ToC of special issue of Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies, V. 1, N. 2 (Winter 2016) on the theme of “Emotions, Humans and Animals”:

Giving Voice to Sentience: Nonhuman Animals and the Spanish Empire, 1492-1826 by Abel A. Alves

Living with Coyotes: Rethinking Human-Animal Relations, from Aesop to Prodigal Summer by Gregory Stephens & Janice Cools

Historicizing the Cultural Semiotics of Wolf and Sheep by Morten Tønnessen