Preparations are currently being made for the annual meeting of the
This years meeting of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters will be held on the campus of the University of Michigan at Dearborn, March 9-10, 2001. You are invited to submit an abstract of your current research project for presentation as a paper at the coming meeting of the Academy.
Those interested in presenting at this meeting need to complete and send two copies of an abstract and an abstract submission form to the section chair at the address below by November 8, 2000.
Instructions and forms can be faxed or mailed upon request. All papers read at the annual meeting qualify for publication in the Academy's journal. Michigan Academician. The journal is a quarterly, multidisciplinary journal. All submission undergo peer review. Membership in the Academy is also encouraged but not required for those presenting at the annual meeting. While topics concerning aspects of Michigan history, literature, or scientific development are encouraged, there are no geographic limits to topics. The Academy is also multi-disciplinary with more than twenty different sections embracing most scientific and humanistic disciplines. For addresses of other section chairs or for more info on the Academy, see the web page.
For this coming meeting of the History of Science and Technology section, part of the session will organized around the theme of "Ethics and Science in Historical Perspective." Thus, the section especially seeks paper proposals that fit within this topic. Those addressing the conference theme of "Sustainable Environment" are also welcome.
Dr. Paul Buckingham
Department of History/Political Science
University of Saint Francis
2701 Spring St.
Fort Wayne IN 46808
Office: (219) 434-7569
Fax: (219) 434-7444
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