A note about the day conference in Bedford was included in the Times Higher Education Supplement.
Please, follow the link (scroll down to campus reports): http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/campus-close-up-queen-mary-university-of-london/2020013.article
© Justin Rowe
Nathalie Collé is seeking contributions for the next issue of The Recorder, the IJBS newsletter, which will appear online in Spring. Here is a (non-exhaustive) list of potential items:
- Past and upcoming events (conferences, seminars, exhibitions, etc.)
- Reports on special events
- Calls for papers
- Calls for contributions
- Book reviews
- Dissertations, Theses and Post-Doctoral Research (announcements, abstracts, reports on, etc.)
- Recent publications (yours or others’)
- Work in progress (yours or others’)
- Short articles
Images of all type are welcome. Internet links can of course be included in the new digital Recorder.
Please contact the editor: email@example.com
At the end of 2013, there is much to celebrate for the IJBS.
The 7th Triennial Conference in Princeton will be remembered as a major event in the life of the Society. Our listserv is now in place, the Greaves Committee has been appointed thanks to a new set of regulations and procedures, and our website has grown into a major source of information on Bunyan’s life and works, with a chronology and bibliography provided, respectively, by Bob Owens and Galen Johnson. We have had over 2,000 views in the past few months, a more than honourable figure for the young website of a learned society!
There remains much to be done in 2014: to rethink the electronic Recorder, to upgrade the website to a better, more professional solution that will allow us to set up a credit card form to renew online, to redact the new constitution and bye-laws, and to set up regional meetings between triennial conferences. The Executive Committee is looking forward to these new challenges and to help you get the best of your membership of the IJBS. In the meantime, may we wish you all a very merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Anne Page, Aix-Marseille Université