New Open Access Book: Bloomsbury Scientists- Science and Art in the Wake of Darwin

Dear H-Ideas Subscribers,
 
The book our colleague Alison Major brings to our attention below is indeed available for free download and promises to be an interesting read!
 
-David
 
UCL Press is delighted to announce a new open access book that may be of interest to members of this list: Bloomsbury Scientists: Science and Art in the Wake of Darwin. Download it free from

Journal of the History of Ideas July 2016 Table of Contents

Below is the Table of Contents for the July 2016 issue (Vol. 77.3) of the Journal of the History of Ideas, published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.

"The Boys on the Beach: Children's Games and Baptismal Grace in Medieval Thought" by Marchia L. Colish

"Democritus Junior as Reader of Auctoritates: Robert Burton's Method and The Anatomy of Melancholy" by Giuliano Mori

"John Punch, Scotist Holy War, and the Irish Catholic Revolutionary Tradition in the Seventeenth Century" by Ian W.S. Campbell

MA: Deutsche Klassik im europäischen Kontext, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (15.07./15.09.2016)

M. A. Deutsche Klassik im europäischen Kontext, Interdisziplinärer Masterstudiengang an der Philosophischen Fakultät der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena in Kooperation mit der Klassik Stiftung Weimar

http://www.master.uni-jena.de/MA_Deutsche_Klassik_im_eur_Kontext-path-1.html

Journal of the History of Ideas ToC Vol. 77.2 April 2016

The following is the Table of Contents for the April 2016 issue of the Journal of the History of Ideas (Volume 77.2) published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.

Best Regards,

Kerry Boyles

"Walter Odington’s De etate mundi and the Pursuit of a Scientific Chronology in Medieval England" by CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL NOTHAFT

"Land and Nation:The Ancient Modernity of National Geography (Piedmont, 1750–1800)" by MARCO CAVARZERE

John Stuart Mill and Colonial Judges

World Legal History Blog

In line with our previous blog post, we keep our focus on judges as we examine their sometimes fraught relationship with goverment authorities in the colonies during the nineteenth century. Ideas emanating from the imperial center took root in various depths and forms in the colonies. Our blogger today, Jack Jin Gary Lee, explores the impact of English philosopher and political economist (amongst other things) John Stuart Mill’s ideas on colonial judges in the British Empire.

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