On 26 February, the Finnish Society for the History of Science and Learning organizes a workshop in Helsinki on the history of knowledge. A number of doctoral students and early career scholars will present their ongoing research in the field.
As a part of this event, Johan Östling has been invited to give the Jaakko Suolahti Lecture, named after the Finnish classical scholar and historian who was the first president of the society. The title of Östling’s talk is “Approaches to the History of Knowledge: Arenas, Actors and Circulation”.
For more information, see https://www.oppihistoriallinenseura.fi
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