CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

The New Science: Emerging Viewpoints in the Early Modern Era


Source of Information: FICINO 2000-07-04
Date of Event: 2001-03-17 to 18
Location of event: Claremont, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2000-11-07




Call For Papers:


March 17 - 18, 2001
The New Science: Emerging Viewpoints in the Early Modern Era

Call for Papers:  Graduate students are invited to submit
one page abstracts for papers of 20-minute reading length
on any topic related to science in the Early Modern Era
(1450-1750). We welcome submissions from students in the
humanities and related disciplines.  Proposals for complete
panels will also be considered.  Suggested topics include,
but are not limited to:

Ethnography
Cartography
Civil Law (as opposed to common law)
Economics (market exchange, notions of credit in national
and international trade)
Architecture and engineering.
Landscape architecture
Horticulture
Estate planning
Mathematics
Alchemy (Magic, astrology)
Music, fine arts
Astronomy
Navigation
Methodology in science
Intersection of science and religion
Gender and science

Submissions should be postmarked or sent via email or fax
by November 7, 2000 to:
Claremont Graduate University
Humanities Center
Attn: Early Modern Studies Group
740 N. College Avenue
Claremont, CA  91711-6163

Phone: (909) 621-8612
Fax: (909) 607-1221
Email: Howard.Fitzgerald@cgu.edu