CFP: Philosophical Perspectives on Medieval Theories of ScienceMax Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin27–28 September 2022
‘Medieval science’ is a fascinating object of study, both when viewed as a historical precondition of the rise of ‘modern science’, and when studied because its instances provide important examples of significantly different, yet highly sophisticat
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CfP: Scientific Recreation / Recreational Science in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe
July 15-16, 2022, University College London (in person)
It is with great pleasure that the Editors of the Journal of Hellenic Religion (ISSN 1748-7811, eISSN 1748-782X) invite you to contribute to the Journal's 15th Volume which is forthcoming in November 2022.
The Editors welcome contributions that are focusing on the study of ancient Greek religion, theology and mythology. Articles could include, but not be limited to, archaeology, philology, art history, ancient history, reception studies and philosophy. The Editors are equally interested in empirical and theoretical contributions.
We are writing on behalf of Past Tense Graduate Review of History to announce that we are extending our call for external reviewers.
The Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture (University of Southampton) is delighted to announce that it will be hosting an interdisciplinary conference on The Enemy: A Pre-Modern Perspective (c. 500-1700) which will be held online on Wednesday & Thursday, 19-20 January 2022.
I am pleased to share with you the programme of the bilingual (English & French) seminar The 'Public' in the Middle Ages: In Search of Experiences/ La "chose publique " au Moyen Âge: à la recherche d'expériences, co-organised by myself and Professor Piroska Nagy (Université du Québec à Montréal). You are most welcome to circulate the programme among your networks.The seminar will be held on Zoom, bi-monthly, on Fridays from 3pm to 5pm (UK time), starting on 17 December.