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The ScienceHumanities research group at Cardiff University is pleased to announce that applications for the 2018 ScienceHumanities international summer school are now open.
The second volume of special issue on "Numerical Tables and Tabular Layouts in Chinese Scholarly Documents—Part II: Synchronic and Diachronic Approaches to the Texts of Tables” #44 of the Journal of EAST ASIAN SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE is published and available online at www.eastm.org
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Farewell Note from the Editor-in-Chief by PROF. HANS-ULRICH VOGEL
A Matter of Life and Death: Spaces for Healing in the Premodern Era
Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN April 18-22, 2018