Colleagues, I noticed the CFP below earlier in August, via H-Ideas, but was then distracted with numerous other activities. Anyway, the open-endedness of the call as well as Portland location might interest some of you. Please note that proposals are […]
Review of David Blacker’s Democratic Education Stretched Thin: How Complexity Challenges a Liberal Ideal, The Philosophy of Education, ed. Philip L. Smith (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2007). ISBN-13: 978-0-7914-6966-8. 249 pages. ——————– Review by Tim Lacy, Ph.D. […]
Dear USIH Readers, This is has been a slow summer for original postings, as might be expected from an academic weblog. With that, below is another CFP that I first saw via H-Ideas (hyperlinks added). This one has a wide-open […]
American Intellectual Historians will want to add this resource to link lists. The Margaret Fuller Society Includes bibliographies, calls for papers, conference notifications, and archival news. This notice was posted on behalf of Professor Larry Reynolds of Texas A&M.
While we are on the subject of Darwin…here is a NY Times article about a book I have not read. It is due out of Princeton UPress soon. And because I am wary of the way newspapers sometimes misconstrue the […]