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Introducing our keynote speakers: Daniel Brewer

Professor of French at the University of Minnesota, Daniel Brewer has made important contributions to eighteenth-century studies. In The Enlightenment Past: Reconstructing Eighteenth-Century French Thought… 439 more words

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Introducing our keynote speakers: Margaret C. Jacob

Margaret C. Jacob is Distinguished Professor in the History Department at UCLA. Her overriding intellectual concern has been with the development of the Radical Enlightenment and with the meaning and impact of the Newtonian synthesis on religion, political ideology, industrial development and cultural practices. 463 more words

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New bibliography from Prof. Horden: Monastic Sickness and Healing

Prof. Peregrine Horden, one of our keynote speakers, has kindly provided us with a copy of the bibliography for his new piece on monastic medicine. There’s lots of great material here, with the most directly relevant items having been highlighted. 15 more words

President's Report - December 2014

By Dr Malcolm Hogg

Whilst the year draws to a close, preparation for the coming year’s activities continue.  The timetable for our 35th ASM in Brisbane (15-18th March) is almost set, with posters and free papers selected (thanks to all those who submitted), and international speakers engaged (Prof Herta Flor, Dr Mary Lynch, Dr Frank Porecca, Dr Tim Deer), complimented with a top field of invited Australian speakers.   279 more words

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Considerations in Hiring a Motivational Speaker

Do you want to inspire your own company and organization? The best thing you can do is hire an excellent motivational speaker that is competent enough in motivating and inspiring your people to thrust forward. 366 more words

Introducing our keynote speakers: Dan Edelstein

Fascinated by the Enlightenment, Dan Edelstein is professor of French and (by courtesy) of History at Stanford University. He is the Director of the Stanford Summer Humanities Institute and enjoys teaching students on French literature, political and intellectual history. 522 more words

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MESH Confab: The very best of Ghanaian creativity under one roof

Register here for  your free ticket to MESH Confab

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MESH Confab is our flagship event with an objective to assemble the very best of Ghanaian creativity under one roof for purposes of meeting, exploring and sharing in real life. 330 more words

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