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Darwin-L Message Log 6:93 (February 1994)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<6:93>From edkupfer@MIT.EDU  Wed Feb 23 13:46:44 1994

From: edkupfer@MIT.EDU
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
Subject: Joint Atlantic Seminar in the History of Biology
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 94 14:46:58 EST

*** This notice was sent via snail-mail to many history of science
departments.  We have extended the deadline for abstract submissions.  For
those on multiple history of science server lists, many apologies for the
duplications
_____________________________________________________________________

			 CALL FOR PAPERS

		  JOINT ATLANTIC SEMINAR IN THE

			HISTORY OF BIOLOGY

			 APRIL 1-2, 1994

				MIT

	The thirtieth annual meeting of the Joint Atlantic Seminar in the
History of Biology will be held April 1-2, 1994, sponsored by the Program in
Science, Technology and Society at MIT.  The meeting includes an informal
reception Friday evening, presentation of papers on Saturday, and a dinner
on Saturday evening.

	This is an opportunity for graduate students and other recent
scholars to explain their research to an informed and friendly audience.
Those wish to present a paper should send its title and a brief description
(100-200 words) no later than March 1st.  Preference will be given to
graduate students, but all are welcome to submit a paper.  Those whose
papers have been accepted will be notified by March 10th.

	Some support for graduate student travel is available, thanks to the
support of the Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology.
Additionally, there is housing for graduate students.  Please indicate if
you are applying for either housing or travel monies.

	You can mail abstracts to Prof. Lily Kay, Program in Science,
Technology and Society, MIT, E51-201D, Cambridge MA 02139.  Or, you can
email Eric Kupferberg, edkupfer@mit.edu.  For questions that
require immediate answers, call Phylls Klein, 617-253-0457.

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