Robert Hooke Tercentenary Conference
7-9 July, 2003
A major international conference is being organised under
the auspices of Gresham College, London, to commemorate the tercentenary
of the death of the natural philosopher and polymath Robert Hooke (1635-1703).
Sessions will be devoted to the full range of Hooke's life, work, milieu
and legacy; there will also be ancillary activities, including visits
to buildings designed by him. Offers of papers are invited from those
actively engaged in research on Hooke.
Please send details, including the proposed title and a synopsis, to the
organisers Prof. Michael Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org and
Prof. Michael Hunter at email@example.com
Those who would like to attend and wish to be kept informed of plans as
they develop should send their details to the administrator Mrs Julie
Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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