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Chris Young <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 5 Mar 2001 08:35:34 -0600
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 The 37th Joint Atlantic Seminar on the History of Biology will be held
6-7 April at The George Washington University in Washington, DC.

 The preliminary program, the registration form, and information on
accommodations and how to get here are now available on-line at the
website of the Center for History of Recent Science:

 If you have been receiving hard-copy mailings for JAS-Bio, these
materials should appear in your mailbox shortly. Others who wish to
register should go to the url above, print out the registration form (in
PDF format), fill it out, and mail it to:

 JAS-Bio registration
 Center for History of Recent Science
 Department of History
 The George Washington University
 801 22d St, NW
 Washington, DC 20052

 The understanding of the past is not so easy
 as it is sometimes made to appear.
         --Herbert Butterfield

 Nathaniel Comfort
 Deputy Director, Center for History of Recent Science
 Asst. Professor, Dept. of History
 George Washington University
 801 22d St., NW
 Washington, DC 20052
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