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>CFP:  Panel on Scientific Exploration in the 18th Century (4/30/04; NEASECS,
>11/04/04-11/06/04)
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>This CFP is for a panel entitled "Organizing the Globe" at the 2004 NEASECS
>conference ("Borders and Crossings") in Burlington, VT.  By "Organizing the
>Globe," I mean everything from the charting of the earth's newly discovered
>territories (by Dampier, Bougainville, and Cook, for example) to the ways in
>which these territories were understood and incorporated within
>eighteenth-century worldviews.  I am especially interested in the ways both
>science (particularly--but not limited--to geography) and politics are
>involved in eighteenth-century voyages of discovery.  Please send a 250-word
>abstract.
>
>Contact
>Jason H. Pearl
>Boston University
>Department of English
>236 Bay State Road
>Boston, MA 02215
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