We are proud to announce the conference booklet for the upcoming The Making of Humanities VI conference in Oxford, Somerville College, 28-30 September 2017. The booklet contains an updated program, all abstracts, a list of all participants and maps with the precise conference locations. Apart from possible minor changes we expect the booklet to be final. For any queries or comments please contact the local organising team through email@example.com.
‘The Making of the Humanities’ (MOH) is the Society’s annual meeting. The forthcoming MOH-VI conference will be held at the University of Oxford, Somerville College, September 28-30, 2017. With 123 accepted papers for presentation and three keynote speakers this will be the largest MOH conference to date.
Registration: To register, please follow this link. Note that you have to register both as a member of the Society (if you are not a member yet) and for the Oxford conference.
Program: A provisional program has already been drafted based on the accepted papers and panels. You can find it here.
Graduate Student Paper Award: During the closing session on September 30 the winner of the Graduate Student Paper Award will be announced.
Contact: Information about the conference venue and ways to get there will be made available later this month. For all questions concerning registration, accommodation and scheduling please contact the local organising committee via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friendly reminder: the deadline for paper and panel proposals is April 15.
The Spring 2017 issue of History of Humanities has been published. It is a rich issue with a themed section on PRACTICES OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH (6 papers) and a focus section on MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES IN ART HISTORY (3 papers). Furthermore there is a paper on Warburg and Cassirer, an extensive review section and a conference report of the MOHV conference last Autumn in Baltimore (USA). Enjoy!