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Ian Hacking wins Holberg Prize

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The London Review congratulates Ian Hacking on being awarded the Holberg International Memorial Prize for 2009 for outstanding scholarly work in the arts and humanities, social sciences, law and theology. A Diary about walking in the Andes, written with Judith Baker, will appear in the next issue of the paper. You can read it online here.


Ian Hacking

Holberg International Memorial Prize 2009: Ian Hacking

Ian Hacking Holberg Prize laureate 2009 Ian Hacking. Photo: Patrick Imbert, College de France

The Holberg International Memorial Prize for 2009 for outstanding scholarly work in the arts and humanities, social sciences, law and theology

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