Intellectual History Review Announcement

The ISIH has recently announced a new special issue of Intellectual History Review, Women and Radical Thought in the Early Modern Period, edited by Sabrina Ebbersmeyer & Gianni Paganini. A further announcement from the ISIH President, Sarah Hutton, is supplied below.

“With this Special Issue of Intellectual History Review, James Lancaster takes over from Stephen Gaukroger as Special Issues editor of the journal. Stephen has had a long association with ISIH: after serving as a long-standing member of the executive committee, he succeeded the Society’s founder, Constance Blackwell, as President in 2003. Together with Stephen Clucas he was one of the founding editors of Intellectual History Review when it was established in 2007, replacing Constance Blackwell’s Intellectual News. Not only did he help to establish the journal, but, with Stephen Clucas, helped to make a leading journal in the field. On behalf of ISIH, I would like to thank Stephen for his signal contribution both to the journal and also to the society. I am glad to announce that he will continue his association with ISIH as a member of the Advisory Board.” – President Sarah Hutton

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