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Johan Östling Feb 21
Excited to learn that has launched a new book series: Studies in the History of Knowledge.
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Sven Dupre May 22
Launch of a new series: Knowledge Societies in History: . The first book, edited by Bert De Munck and Antonella Romano, will be out in August. Do send your book proposals in history of knowledge!
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History of Knowledge Oct 29
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Johan Östling Jan 30
The raw and the cooked? In her stimulating contribution to our new volume, presents the field of information history and discusses its relation to the history of knowledge.
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David Larsson Heidenblad Jun 12
Could there have been an environmental history field in the 1960s? Perhaps if Birgitta Odén's interdisciplinary project "Environment, Resources, and Society" had been funded in 1968... New article out in .
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Laura Skouvig Jan 30
What’s the difference between information and knowledge? Get your copy of “Forms of Knowledge” by and dive into this discussion that I try to lead you through. Included you’ll find amazing contributions by the other authors
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Swen Steinberg 16h
I will definitely come and have a look, sounds like an amazing source for my recent project on migrant knowledge in forestry and mining - the translated "Canadian Forester’s Illustrated Guide" 1885
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Fabian Kraemer Sep 29
History of Science or History of Knowledge? History of knowledge, argue and in our special issue on this topic.
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Johan Östling Oct 29
New book! “Forms of Knowledge: Developing the History of Knowledge”. Out early 2020. With et al.
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Katalin Straner Oct 7
Open Access / History of Knowledge / Habsburg Studies news: Jan Surman’s recent, important book Universities in Imperial Austria 1848–1918 : A Social History of a Multilingual Space is now available open access.
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Johan Östling Feb 8
Summer school in the history of knowledge! On 24–27 August 2020, the Lund Centre for the History of Knowledge (LUCK) organizes a summer school for PhD students/early postdocs, coordinated by . Welcome to apply!
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David Larsson Heidenblad Sep 12
Read about the first master's thesis in the History of Knowledge@Lund!
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Centre A. Koyré Sep 20
📚 : " and the Early Modern City. A of Entanglements" by Bert De Munck & Antonella Romano (ed.). ➡️
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Anna B. Rubin Oct 24
Tracking Entangled Provenances: Knowledge Production in Relation to Objects via
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Elaine Leong Jun 4
Guess what arrived in the post yesterday? ! Thanks again to my wonderful co-editors and our contributors for conversations about . Table of contents to follow.
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Magdaléna Jánošíková Dec 14
, I have joined the project to research the role of translation in the production and circulation of medical knowledge among Jews. I am blessed with amazing colleagues Follow us!
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GHI Washington Oct 24
Research fellow Anna-Carolin Augustin writes on "Tracking Entangled Provenances: Knowledge Production in Relation to Objects" in relation to the meetings taking place at the GHI this week.
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History of Knowledge Feb 6
Workshop: "Global Histories of the Social Survey in the Long Nineteenth Century,” Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin, Feb 18-19, 2020, in cooperation with the Leibniz-Institute of European History in Mainz.
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Migrant Knowledge Oct 29
“Knowledge and Young Migrants,” special issue of KNOW @ ^ms
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