Spanish-Portuguese and American Masonry. From absolutism to democracy (1815-2015 Gijón (Spain) from 10 to 12 September 2015
John Slifko's insight:
This is going to be an extraordinary event pullling researchers together from Europe, across the Western Hemisphere and more widely, and involve mulltiple disciplines. .
XIV International Symposium on the History of the Spanish MasonryThe Spanish-Portuguese and American Masonry. From absolutism to democracy (1815-2015)
See the Spanish, English and French versions of the research project below.
The CEHME (Center for Historical Studies of the English Freemasonry) International Symposium on the History of the Spanish Freemasonry is taking place in the north of Spain, in Gijon, September 10-12, 2015.As of today, REHMLAC will be providing all information Regarding the organization of this unique academic event. Since 1983, With Professor José Antonio Ferrer Benimeli, and now with That of the Association's Chairman Professor José Miguel Delgado Idarreta, the CEHME has 13 Organized symposia. Bringing together an international cast of leading Researchers, for over thirty years, updating and opening new lines around and transdisciplinary research on the subject of Freemasonry are acerca to celebrate its third century. The XIV International Symposium on the History of the Spanish Freemasonry summons Their scholars to share experiences and conclusions on the contextual framework of "Spanish-Portuguese and Latin American Freemasonry. From Absolutism to Democracy. (1815-2015)".
El CEHME (Centro de Estudios Históricos de la Masonería Española) traslada su ejemplar Symposium Internacional de Historia de la Masonería española al norte de España, en la ciudad de Gijón, del 10 al 12 de septiembre de 2015. A partir de este momento, REHMLAC se hará eco de todas las informaciones relativas a la organización de este excepcional evento académico. Desde 1983, de la mano del profesor José Antonio Ferrer Benimeli, y ahora desde la presidencia del profesor José Miguel Delgado Idarreta, el CEHME organizó 13 symposia. Reuniendo a un elenco internacional de prestigiosos investigadores, fue a lo largo de estos treinta años, actualizando y abriendo nuevas líneas de investigación transdisciplinares en torno a esta sociabilidad que está a punto de cumplir su tercer siglo de vida. El XIV Symposium Internacional de Historia de la Masonería Española emplaza a los estudiosos a compartir sus experiencias y conclusiones bajo el marco contextual de "La masonería hispano-lusa y americana. De los absolutismos a las democracias. (1815-2015)".
CEHME LE (Centre d'Etudes Historiques of Franc-masonry Espagnole) organisera are renommé Symposium International d'Histoire de la Franc-masonry Espagnole au nord de l'Espagne, à Gijón, du 10 au 12 septembre 2015. Dès à présent, REHMLAC informera de l'organization de cet événement exceptionnel académique. Depuis 1983, de la main du professeur Benimeli José Antonio Ferrer, et en ce moment presides par le professeur José Miguel Delgado Idarreta, you CEHME Organisa treize symposiums. Réunissant une longue liste de chercheurs prestigieux Internationaux, il réussit actualiser et à à ouvrir of voies interdisciplinaires nouvelles autour de recherches qui cette sociabilité bientôt FETERA are troisième siècle vie. Le XIV Symposium International d'Histoire de la Franc-masonry Espagnole chercheurs les appelle à leurs partager expériences et leurs conclusions sous le contexte "La franc-Hispanic masonry portugaise et américaine. Absolutismes Des aux Democraties (1815-2015)".
This is the first image to be taken from Museum of Freemasonry at the Grand Orient of France on Rue Cadet in France. In the future, invdividiual items will be displayed with some textual explandation and contexxt given for the piece. The Euro American Masonic Open Forum in part will become a Virtual Freemasonry Musem on French Freemasonry and Freemasonry around the world. Thanks to Claude DARCHE, a member of the Science Committee at the Museum. And the Curator site can contain discussions, intellectual back and foth, of the individual arrtifcats and iconography as shall be seen.
"Astronomers using NASA data have calculated for the first time that in our galaxy alone, there are at least 8.8 billion stars with Earth-size planets in the habitable temperature zone. For perspective, that's more Earth-like planets than there are people on Earth."
There are full members, advisors, corresponding members, and honorary members. All full members engage in the development of publishable research in the Yearbook of the Lodge. There are advisory members who, by his or her skill in any branch of human knowledge have the opportunity to provide help and guidance on projects and ongoing studies. There are corresponding members, not obliged to publish. Honorary members are those brothers and sisters that are found to merit membership when they are proposed by the W. ·. M. ·. and approved in assembly. They are exempt from any financial obligation. Membership in this Lodge is not considered in the Symbolic Grand Lodge (GLSE) as a dual membership, does not give rise to payment of capitaciones, or give voting rights to the effects of participation in representative bodies of the Grand Lodge/GLSE. To be a full member of the Lodge of Reseach one must have acquired the degree of Master Mason and prove to be an active member of any lodge duly constituted just and perfect. The candidate will be required to provide the following documentation: 1. Masonic Curriculum Vitae. 2. A selection of Works presented in their indivivdual lodges of which they are a member. 3. Development of a defensible personal study-project in the lodge of 20 to 30 pages. The Works/Pieces of Architecture are rated on their extensiviness and research acumen efforts involving as STUDIES (for large research efforts) and Communications (for short papers) Studies are collected annually, and those communications of interest are published in a yearbook and distributed by subscription within the Obedience and the corresponding members of other Lodges. MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION TO Theorema Research Lodge No. 36 SPANISH SYMBOLIC GRAND LODGE Name: Address: Town: Country: Phone numbers: E-mail: Symbolic Lodge: Date of exaltation to the degree of Master: Masonic Curriculum: Profane Curriculum: Profession: Masonic publications (books, conferences, etc..) Secular publications: Job Title and income that provides: I swear / I promise on my honor as a Master Mason, respect the attached Supplementary Regulations of the A. ·. L. ·. THEOREMA Study, No. 36 of the Spanish Grand Symbolic Lodge 1. Date: Signature:
John Slifko's insight:
Lodge Theorema will be among the world's research lodges that is provided regular coverage here at the Euro American Masonic Open Forum..
This international conference entitled "At a Perpetual Distance: Universal Freemasonry and its Historical Divsions" promises to be a good one. It will engage in an academic setting topics usually not foregrounded in the study of Freemasonry and wider civil society. More coverage of the international gathering will be given here. Among other things, going into the conference, paper titles and abstracts will be posted at the Euro American Masonic Open Forum.
OITAR is an order of initiation with an extensive ritual capturing something of operative Freemasonry in it and it is now nearly 50 years old. It needs to be bettter known in the Anglo-phone world, and across the globe.
Chartres: Cathedral of Notre-Dame, MEDART - Images of Medieval Art and Architecture - created by Alison Stones and designed by Jane Vadnal and Philip Maye - is a series of webpages devoted to individual medieval architectural monuments.
John Slifko's insight:
In this New Year I also hope to touch upon the operative arts at the Euro American Masonic Open Forum.
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen was founded in 1873, in Port Jervis, New York, by Joshua Alexander Leach (1843-1919), as a fraternal mutual benefit society for workers employed as firemen for steam locomotives.
John Slifko's insight:
The similarlity betwen different fraternal socities and Freemasonry throughout the late eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries remains an important topic of scholarly and Masonic Research.