The first Special Issue of Journal for the History of Knowledge here: “Histories of Bureaucratic Knowledge,” with guest editors Sebastian Felten and Christine von Oertzen.
For the complete List of Contents and to read all articles in Open Access, please visit: https://journalhistoryknowledge.org/collections/special/histories-of-bureaucratic-knowledge/
2020 SPECIAL COLLECTION
COLLECTION LAUNCHED: 17 DEC 2020
Enjoy the holidays’ read!
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The editorial board of Journal for the History of Knowledge is pleased to announce the selected theme for the 2021 special issue: Histories of Ignorance.
Guest editors will be Lukas Verburgt (Utrecht) and Peter Burke (Cambridge).“Histories of Ignorance” verder lezen