International Conference on the History of Freemasonry (ICHF) - 25-27 May 2007
International Conference on the History of
Freemasons' Hall, George Street, Edinburgh
25-27 May 2007
The ICHF will provide, for the first time, an
international forum for scholars
researching any aspect of History of Freemasonry.
Masonic history is a developing field of
academic research and ICHF is intended to stimulate and focus on new research
into all aspects of this most interesting area of human activity.
The conference is supported by the following
The Centre for Research into Freemasonry,
University of Sheffield
Centre interdisciplinaire bordelais d'étude des
lumières, Université de Bordeaux III
Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Paris
Research Group Freemasonry, Free University of Brussels
Papers to be considered for presentation at the
conference will be subject to a 'blind per review' process. Proposals for papers
must be submitted to the Conference Organiser (who is entirely independent of
the Academic Committee). Details which identify the author are removed before
being referred to the Academic Committee for assessment.
All proposals must be submitted by 20th May
2006. The results of the Academic Committee will be announced by 31st July 2006.
Local organising Committe:
Mr Robert L D Cooper, Curator,Grand Lodge of
Mr James Daniel, Centre for Research into
Freemasonry, University of Sheffield
Professor Andrew Prescott, Centre for Research
into Freemasonry, University of Sheffield
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