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Message posted on 13/08/2019

CfP: Universals' Locales workshop, Edinburgh, 8-9 January

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 locales@mathglobal.org with
any questions or expressions of interest. A brief formal application is due
20 September.

Further details and application information are at
http://mathglobal.org/locales.html

Sincerely,

Michael

Michael J. Barany
Lecturer, History of Science
The University of Edinburgh
http://mbarany.com
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