‘Intellectual Geography: Comparative Studies, 1550-1700’ (Oxford, 5-7 September)

Online booking is now open for the interdisciplinary conference ‘Intellectual Geography: Comparative Studies, 1550-1700’ (St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, 5-7 September 2011). The event brings together case studies and conceptual papers exploring the roots of local, regional, and national intellectual traditions within concrete features of political, economic, confessional, and physical geography. There is an exciting line-up of speakers and projects, and the prices are a bargain – just £45 for the full three days, or £16 by the day. For full details and a link to the online shop (under ‘Registration’), please visit the conference website:

http://www.history.ox.ac.uk/intellectualgeography

The event is the second conference of the research project ‘Cultures of Knowledge: An Intellectual Geography of the Seventeenth-Century Republic of Letters’, a collaboration between the Bodleian Libraries and the Humanities Division of the University of Oxford with funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. For full details of our activities, please visit:

http://www.culturesofknowledge.org

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