Darwin-L Message Log 1:29 (September 1993)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<1:29>From b-ogilvie@uchicago.edu  Mon Sep  6 09:47:43 1993

Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1993 09:49:53 -0600
To: Darwin-L@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
From: b-ogilvie@uchicago.edu (Brian W Ogilvie)
Subject: Another introduction (antiquarian studies)

Howdy there. Since everyone seems to be introducing themselves, I thought I
would chime in. I'm a third-year graduate student in history of
science/intellectual history working at the moment on the history of
antiquarian studies in the sixteenth and early seventeenth
century--particularly the use of physical evidence (esp. coins) in
historical studies. I would be happy to hear from anyone else interested
in, or working on, antiquarianism or related fields.

Brian W. Ogilvie
<b-ogilvie@uchicago.edu> OR <ogil@uchicago.edu>
Department of History, University of Chicago

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