© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/156852407X164786 KronoScope 7 (2007) 111-117 www.brill.nl/kron News and Views Time Related Events: Past, Present and Future Th is column contains descriptions of conferences and other events relating to the study of time. Available materials are cited directly from Internet sources. Th e listings are in chronological order by date of event. If you know of other time related confer- ences or events, please forward your information to John Cordes at cordesj51@aol. com. Th ank you very much. Th is issue of “News and Views” begins with thoughts on the Fifth Palermo Conference on Social Time by ISST members Robert Pos and Ida Sabelis. We hope you enjoy these reﬂ ections. v Notes on the Fifth Palermo Conference on Social Time by Dr. Robert Pos Th is was the ﬁ fth Palermo International Conference on Social Time, titled: “Retroscapes and Futurescapes – Temporal Tensions in Organizations.” It was held at the Palazzo d’Aumale, in Terrasini (Palermo), Italy, on June 21, 22 and 23, 2006. Th e sponsor was GMA (Gabriele Morello and Associates), an international association of academic professionals engaged in management education, research and technical assistance; Viale F. Scaduto 6/d, 90144
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