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Asunto:NoticiasdelCeHu 1488/04 - Alexander von Humboldt: From the Americas to the Cosmos
Fecha:Viernes, 24 de Septiembre, 2004  10:49:48 (-0300)
Autor:Centro Humboldt <humboldt>

NCeHu 1488/04

Estimados amigos, para su informacion y eventual difusion (aunque muy tarde !)
Saludos cordiales

The Graduate Center of the City University of New York

Celebrating the 200th anniversary of Alexander von Humboldt's epochal journey of exploration of South America, Cuba and Mexico and his visit to the United States.

Humboldt Bicentennial:
An Interdisciplinary Conference

October 14-16, 2004

Call for Papers

Alexander von Humboldt:
From the Americas to the Cosmos

In commemoration of the visit from Alexander von Humboldt to the United States in 1804 at the invitation of President Thomas Jefferson, the Graduate Center of the City University of New York will host an interdisciplinary conference devoted to Humboldt and his legacy on October 14-16, 2004. The principal focus will be Humboldt's activity in, relationship to, and impact on the Americas, but all proposals will be considered.

Areas of interest include Humboldt's scientific work and publications, political ideas and advocacy of human rights, paintings, travel writing, friendships, as well as his fame, image and influence in various parts of the Americas.

Proposals for papers should consist of:
·       a concise (300 words or less) abstract with title, and
·       a cover letter indicating the author's professional affiliation(s) and contact information.

Proposals may be mailed to:
Program Committee, Humboldt Conference
Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies
The Graduate Center/CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue, Suite 5209
New York, NY 10016-4309

fax: (212) 817-1540

Information at:

Deadline for receipt of proposals is March 1, 2004. Decisions will be made by April 1, 2004.

Gentileza: Richard Pasquis.