Conferences & Call for Papers 2014/13

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Call for papers  and Conferences 

 Early Greek philosophy and life sciences
9-11 January 2014
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Unter den Linden 6, room 2103

For registration and queries, please contact the workshop organiser, Stavros Kouloumentas at
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http://www.klassphil.hu-berlin.de/avh-professur/news/workshop-early-greek-philosophy-2014


International Conference, London: 10-11 May 2013

‘Revolutions and Continuity in Greek Mathematics’

 

 Confirmed keynote speakers: Professor Sabetai Unguru (Tel-Aviv), Professor Bernard Vitrac (Paris), Dr Serafina Cuomo (London), Dr Andrew Gregory (London), Professor Vassilis Karasmanis (Athens), Professor Jean Christianidis (Athens).

We welcome proposals for papers (abstracts) from academics working in this field. We are particularly keen to receive proposals from PhD students and early career researchers. A short abstract (max. 300 words) and a CV should be sent to the following e-mail address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by Friday, 20th of December, 2013. Please notice that the language for abstracts, papers, and discussions is English.

If you wish to book a place for the conference, please visit:

http://www.bbk.ac.uk/history/about-us/events/revolutions-and-continuity-in-greek-mathematics.

The registration fee for the conference is £45.00 (students: £35.00). It includes reception meal (for two days) and coffee/tea. Unfortunately, due to limited space, we will only be able to accept a small number of participants.

 

Paradigm and Method in Ancient Historiography, Science, and Theology,

A CAMNE Workshop at Durham University, 3–4 May 2013

This workshop seeks to develop a scholarly dialogue concerning the epistemological assumptions, writing strategies, and methodological applications employed by ancient authors of historical writings, scientific and technical compositions, and theological works. Papers will be delivered by a group of scholars whose academic interests pursue the interrelationships between various disciplines of knowledge in ancient cultures.  All events will take place at the Department of Classics and Ancient History, Durham University, 38 North Bailey, Durham, DH1 3EU. This workshop is open to the public, and there is no cost to participate. Any enquiries can be directed to the organizer, Phillip Horky ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ). Postdoctoral students are particularly encouraged to attend the workshop.

 

The SAW project (Mathematical Sciences in the Ancient World) organises a conference

'Shaping the sciences of the ancient world: Text criticism, critical  editions and translations of ancient and medieval scholarly texts (18th-20th  centuries)' 
which will take place 17-21 June 2013 in Paris.
We now invite proposals for papers on the conference topics. Information and the call for papers are available at http://sawerc.hypotheses.org/236
The deadline for proposals is 30 November 2012. Authors will be notified of paper acceptance or rejection by 30 December 2012.
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Mathematical Sciences in the Ancient World
European Research Council Advanced Grant 2010
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