We are proud to announce that the preliminary program of The Making of the Humanities IX conference in Barcelona (20-22 September 2021) is now available online and can be found here.
Please note that due to the circumstances surrounding COVID19, the entirety of the 2021 conference will be digital.
REGISTRATION: If you would like to join for what promises to be an excellent set of presentations, you can find instructions for registering here.
There is no conference fee, but each participant needs to be a member of the Society for the History of the Humanities ($30 for PhD students, $60 for others). Membership includes subscription to the journal History of Humanities and will also give access to the entire MOH-IX conference. The registration deadline is 31 August 2021.
Cristina Dondi (Oxford University): “The history of the book and libraries: from bibliophilia to social and economic history”
Mercedes García-Arenal (CCHS-CSIC Madrid): “The European Quran: the role of the Muslim Holy Book in writing European cultural history.”
Matthew Rampley (Masaryk University): “Naturalistic Theories in the Humanities: Past and Present”
Program Committee: International Board of the Society