Darwin-L Message Log 7:18 (March 1994)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<7:18>From BDHUME@ucs.indiana.edu  Tue Mar  8 21:20:09 1994

Date: Tue, 8 Mar 94 22:20:08 EST
From: BDHUME@ucs.indiana.edu
Subject: History of Science Society Conference
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu

This is my first introduction on this list.  I'm a Phd student at Indiana
University's History and Philosophy of Science Department.  My main
interest is in the history of anthropology, but I have done related work
on the history of biology (including evolutionary theor(ies)) and the
history of medicine.  I have been concentrating on the development of
anthropology in North America in case studies restricted to native

I have just completed a paper on 18th century natural history and the
depiction of "places" and native peoples that I am interested in presenting
at the upcoming History of Science Society Conference to be held
in New Orleans, October, 1994.  I have a better chance presenting (and more
interest in presenting) if I can join or help form a session relating
to either natural history or the history of anthropology.  This message
then is an invitation to interested scholars to form such a session.

If you are interested please contact me directly:

Brad D. Hume
History and Philosophy of Science
Goodbody Hall, Room 130
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405


My thanks to the list for the post.
B Hume

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