Message posted on 16/09/2019
Reminder: CfP: Universals' Locales workshop, deadline Friday
Thank you to everyone who has shared this workshop announcement and toview formatted text
those who have applied so far. As a reminder, please be in touch by this
Friday, 20 September, if you are interested in participating.
On Tue, Aug 13, 2019 at 2:27 PM Michael Barany wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I am pleased to call your attention to a workshop sponsored by the British
> Academy, scheduled for 8-9 January, 2020, at the University of Edinburgh,
> titled "Universals' Locales: The International and Global History and
> Sociology of Modern Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences."
> We are seeking early career scholars (by your own definition) interested
> in the history or sociology of the modern theoretical and mathematical
> sciences for an interdisciplinary 2-day workshop exploring the methods and
> implications of studying the local and global scales of seemingly universal
> knowledge. Conversations will be guided by a fantastic group of senior
> scholars: Martina Merz (Alpen-Adria-Universität), Tatiana Roque
> (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), David Aubin (Sorbonne
> Université), and Ursula Martin (Oxford and Edinburgh).
> Travel, accommodation, and meals during the workshop are funded for
> accepted participants. Please contact me via email@example.com with
> any questions or expressions of interest. A brief formal application is due
> 20 September.
> Further details and application information are at
> Michael J. Barany
> Lecturer, History of Science
> The University of Edinburgh
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