Curriculum Vitae (En)

April 2021

Address

Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)

Department of Economics, Office DS-5955

320 St Catherine East, Montréal, Québec H2X 1L7

Tel. +1-514-987-3000 ext. 5577

Email: duppe.till@uqam.ca

Professional

· Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Department of Economics : Full Professor (since 2021); Associate Professor (2017-2021); Assistant Professor (2013-2017).

· Humboldt University Berlin, Institute of Economic History: Scientific Researcher (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter); 2012.

· University of Hamburg, Institute for Economic History and the History of Economics: Scientific Researcher (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter); 2009-2011.

Visiting Positions and Affiliations

· 2013-today. Member of CIRST, Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie.

· 2019-2022. Visiting Fellow, European University Viadrana, Frankfurt (Oder), research project “blockades of economic and scientific modernization in the GDR” funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

· 2019-2020. Visiting Researcher, The Centre for Contemporary History (ZZF), Potsdam.

· 2016. Visiting Professor, Université Lumière Lyon II.

· 2015-2017. Research Associate, Department of Economics, University of Bonn.

· 2014 (May). Visiting Professor, Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE), Louvain-la-Neuve.

· 2011. Visiting Instructor, University of Colorado at Denver, International College Beijing.

· 2011 (September), 2013 (February), 2014 (December), Visiting Scholar, Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University.

Education

· 2009. PhD in Philosophy and Economics: Erasmus University Rotterdam; supervised by Arjo Klamer and Jos de Mul; external examiners: Philip Mirowski, Gido Berns; summary in Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 32 (4): 609-611, and in Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 3 (1): 132-35.

· 2004. MPhil in Philosophy and Economics: Erasmus University Rotterdam

· 2003. Dipl. VW (Master in Economics): Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (c.l.)

· 2001. Mag. Phil (Master in Philosophy): University of Vienna (c.l.)

Publications

Books

· 2020. Histoire de la pensée économique: d’Aristote à Marx. Montréal : Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal (Prix d’auteurs pour l’édition savante, Fédération des sciences humaines).

· 2014. Finding Equilibrium: Arrow, Debreu, McKenzie and the Problem of Scientific Credit, (with E. Roy Weintraub), Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press (Joseph Spengler Book Award 2016 of the History of Economics Society).

· 2011. The Making of the Economy: A Phenomenology of Economic Science. Lanham, ML: Lexington Books.

Edited books

· 2019. Economic Knowledge in Socialism, Annual Supplement of History of Political Economy, 51 (5) (with Ivan Boldyrev); “Editor’s Introduction” (pp. 1-4). Durham/NC: Duke University Press.

· 2019. Contemporary Historiography of Economics, (with E. Roy Weintraub). New York et al.: Routledge.

Articles

· 2022. “How Not to Be a Socialist Statistician: The Case of Ernst Strnad”, German Studies Review, 45 (2).

· 2021. “How Western Science Corrupts Class Consciousness: East Germany’s Presence at IIASA“, Isis, 112 (4).

· 2021. “A Science Show Debate: How the Stasi Staged Revisionism”, Contemporary European History, 30 (1): 92-110.

· 2021. “The History of Economic Consciousness: Five Considerations”, Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture.

· 2020. “Programming the USSR: Leonid Kantorovich in Context” (with Ivan Boldyrev), British Journal for the History of Science, 53 (2): 255-278.

· 2020. “War after War: Wilhelm Krelle, 1916-2005”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 42 (3): 307-334 (Video).

· 2020. “Stalin’s Pluralism: How Anti-dogmatism serves Tyranny” (with Sarah Joly-Simard), Research in the History and Methodology of Economics, 38 (B): 37–54.

· 2018. “Interest Conflicts”, and “Contemporary Historiography of Economics: Editors’ Introduction” (with E. Roy Weintraub), History of Political Economy, 50 (3): 555-561; 551-553.

· 2017. “The Generation of the GDR: Economists at the Humboldt University of Berlin Caught between Loyalty and Relevance”, History of the Human Sciences, 30 (3): 50-85.

· 2017. “How Modern Economics Learned French: Jacques Drèze and the Foundation of CORE”, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 24 (2): 238-273.

· 2017. “Gerard Debreu’s Values: Axioms and Anecdotes”, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 35 (A): 85-111.

· 2017. “The Historical Epistemology of Economics: An Invitation” (with Harro Maas), symposium on the Historical Epistemology of Economics, guest editor with Harro Maas, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 35 (A): 3-9.

· 2016. “Losing Equilibrium: On the Existence of Abraham Wald’s Fixed-Point Proof of 1935” (with E. Roy Weintraub), History of Political Economy, 48 (4): 635-655.

· 2016. “Koopmans in the Soviet Union: A travel report of the summer of 1965”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 38 (1): 81-104.

· 2016. “Serendipity in Writing the Lives of Scientists”, Serendipities: Journal for the Sociology and History of the Social Sciences, 1 (1): 7-10.

· 2015. “Border Cases between Autonomy and Relevance: Economic Sciences in Berlin - a Natural Experiment”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 51: 22-32.

· 2015. “Equilibrium: History of the Concept”, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol. 7: 912–917. French translation 2016, “L’histoire du concept d’équilibre en sciences économiques”, L’Actualité Économique, 92 (3): 581-594.

· 2015. “Listening to the Music of Reason: Nicholas Bourbaki and the phenomenology of mathematical experience”, Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture, 10: 38-56.

· 2014. “Siting the New Economic Science: The Activity Analysis Conference of June 1949” (with E. Roy Weintraub), Science in Context, 27 (3): 453-483.

· 2012. “Arrow and Debreu de-homogenized”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 34 (4): 491-514. (History of Economics Society Best Article Prize 2013)

· 2012. “Gerard Debreu’s Secrecy: His Life in Order and Silence”, History of Political Economy, 44 (3): 413-449.

· 2011. “How Economic Methodology became a Separate Science”, Journal of Economic Methodology, 18 (2): 163-176.

· 2010. “Debreu’s apologies for mathematical economics after 1983”, Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 3 (1): 1-32.

Articles in edited volumes

· 2019. “Dealing with the personal in the contemporary history of economics“, and “Afterword”, in Till Düppe and E. Roy Weintraub (eds.), Contemporary Historiography of Economics, New York et al.: Routledge: 22-36, 207-209.

· 2018. “Der Bonner Wandel der deutschen Volkswirtschaftslehre”, in Becker, Thomas, und Philip Rosin (Hg.), Die Geschichte der Universität Bonn seit 1818, Band 4: die Buchwissenschaften. Bonn: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht: 195-474.

· 2018. “Les origines historiques de l’expertise”, in Claveau, François and Julien Prud’Homme (eds.), Experts, sciences et sociétés, Presses de l‘Université de Montréal : 23-37.

· 2013. “Talk Means Trouble – Don’t Talk: Angst und Wissen in ökonomischen Diskursen“, in Pahl, Hanno und Jan Sparsam (eds.). Wirtschaftswissenschaft als Oikodizee? Diskussionen im Anschluss an Joseph Vogls Gespenst des Kapitals. Wiesbaden: Springer: 91-112.

· 2009.“Vom Niedergang des Lebens zum Niedergang des Lebens: Einübung in lebensphänomenologische Marktkritik“, in Kühn, Rolf (ed.), Ökonomie als ethische Herausforderung: Lebensphänomenologische Grundlagen. Freiburg/München: Karl Alber: 80-119.

· 2008. “The Meaning-Surplus of The Rhetoric of Economics: Metaphor and Humanism for Economists”, in Clift, Edward (ed.), How Language is Used to Do Business: Essays on the Rhetoric of Economics, New York: Edwin Mellen Press: 53-86.

Reviews

· 2021. Review of Samuel Ferey and Sylvie Rivot, eds., (2019), Histoire de la pensée économique. London: Pearson. European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 28 (1): 172-175.

· 2016. Review of Paul Erickson, Judy L. Klein, Lorraine Daston, Rebecca Lemov, Thomas Sturm, and Michael D. Gordin (2013). How Reason Almost Lost Its Mind: The Strange Career of Cold War Rationality. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 38 (4): 571-575.

· 2015. Review of Harro Maas (2014). Economic Methodology: A Historical Introduction. London: Routledge. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 37 (4): 623-626.

· 2014. Review of Ryan Walter (2014). A Critical History of the Economy: On the birth of the national and international economy. Routledge. Erasmus Journal of Philosophy and Economics, 6 (1): 140-146.

· 2004. Review of Rolf Kühn, Michael Staudigl (eds.) (2003), Epoché und Reduktion: Formen und Praxis der Reduktion in der Phänomenologie. Königshausen und Neumann. Journal Phänomenologie, 21.

· 2003. Review of Rolf Kühn (2003). Radikalisierte Phänomenologie. Peter Lang. Philosophischer Literaturanzeiger, 56 (4).

Other Publications

· 2021. “Speaking of Arjo: How (not) to get in the conversation,” in Dekker, Erwin et al. (eds.), Kinderen van Klamer/Kids of Klamer: A Festschrift.

· 2015. „Es ist undurchschaubar und absolut unplanbar,“ in Lehmann, Sandra and Andrea Roedig, Bestandsaufnahme Kopfarbeit: Interviews mit Geisteswissenschaftler/innen der mittleren Generation. Wien: Klever.

· 2011-2014. Several entrances at the Institute for New Economic Thinking Blog, History of Economics Playground.

Work in Progress

Books

· 2022. The Closed World of East German Economists: The Story of a Generation. Cambridge University Press (under contract).

· The History of Abundance. In preparation.

Articles under review

· “German Fears in Economic Engineering: An Affective Genealogy”, submitted to Œconomia: History, Methodology, Philosophy.

Articles in preparation

· “Sydney and Roy, 1945-1983: A Story about Keynes”.

· “The Wild Years: Abundance after the Fall of the Wall”.

· “Light Abundance: Serendipities at Monte Verità”.

Research Funds and Scholarships

Individual (principal applicant)

· Prix d’auteurs pour l’édition savante, Fédération des sciences humaines, Histoire de la pensée économique: d’Aristote à Marx (8000 CAD).

· Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), “insight development”, 2017-2019 (63.000 CAD), co-applicants: Ivan Boldyrev and Jean-Guy Prévost.

· Fonds de recherche société et culture (FRQSC) “Établissement de nouveaux professeurs chercheurs”, 2014-2017 (39.600 CAD).

· Research Contract, University of Bonn, Economics Department, 2014-2015 (10.000 EUR).

· Programme d'aide financière à la recherche et à la création (PAFARC), Université du Québec à Montréal, 2013 (12.000 CAD).

· PhD Research Grant, Faculty of Philosophy University Rotterdam, 2004-2007 (30.000 EUR).

Team

· Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany, “Blockades of economic and scientific modernization in the GDR,” 2019-2022.

· History of Economics New Initiatives program 2014 (jointly with Alessandro Barattieri and Yves Gingras): Montreal Summer School in the History of Science and Economics: 10.000 CAD

· History of Economics New Initiative program 2014, jointly with Francois Claveau and Yves Gingras): Mapping Economics since 1950: An open-access web platform for the visual exploration of economic publications: 5.000 CAD

· CIRST (Centre Interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie). Regroupement stratégique, FRQSC, 2017.

Prizes and Awards

· Young Researcher Award 2017 of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET); awarded to scholars below the age of 40 in recognition of outstanding publications in the history of economic thought.

· Joseph Spengler Book Award 2016 of the History of Economics Society for Finding Equilibrium: Arrow, Debreu, McKenzie and the Problem of Scientific Credit, Princeton University Press.

· Best Article Prize 2013 of the History of Economics Society for “Arrow and Debreu de-homogenized,” Journal of the History of Economic Thought.

Professional Service

Journals

· Editorial Board, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology (since 2014)

· Advisory Board, History of Political Economy (since 2021)

Referee

· Cambridge University Press; History of Political Economy; Journal of the History of Economic Thought; European Journal of the History of Economic Thought; Revue d’Économie Politique; Cahier d’Économie Politique; Journal of Economic Methodology; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science; Human Studies; Historia Mathematica; Science in Context; Austrian Science Fund (FWF); Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics; L’Actualités Économiques; Rowman & Littlefield International; Panoecomomicus; Economic Issues.

Committees

· Member of the scientific committee of the Colloque de l’Association Charles Gide, Lausanne, 10-12 September 2020.

· Member of the selection committee for the New Initiative Grant of the History of Economics Society 2017-2019.

· Member of the committee for the Warren Samuels Prize of Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, since 2015.

· Member of the program committee of the 20th anniversary conference of the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, 2017.

· Member of the committee for the Mark Blaug Prize in the history and philosophy of economics, 2013.

· Member of the committee for the best article in the history of economics of the History of Economics Society, 2012.

Other Services

· Research Ambassador for the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), 2017-2018.

Teaching

History of Economic Thought

· UQAM (Bachelor, in French, each term since fall 2013; Master and PhD, in French, each winter term since 2014)

· Université Lumière Lyon II (Bachelor, in German, Winter 2016, Spring 2017)

· Humboldt University Berlin (Master, in English, Summer 2012; Bachelor, in German, Winter 2012)

· University of Hamburg (Bachelor, in German, Winter 2011; PPE Master, in English, Winter 2009, 2010)

· University of Colorado at Denver: International College Beijing (Bachelor, in English, Spring 2011).

Economic History (Developpement économique)

· UQAM (Bachelor), each term since winter 2021.

Philosophy of Economics (Économie, philosophie et science)

· UQAM (Bachelor), Winter 2015, Winter 2021.

Heterodox economics (Courants hétérodoxes en économie)

· UQAM (Bachelor), Fall 2021.

Teaching Assistant

· University of Hamburg, Economic History and History of Economics (Bachelor), for Elisabeth Allgoewer, 2009-2011.

· University of Rotterdam, Culture and Economics (Master); Economics of Art and Culture (Bachelor, in Dutch), for Arjo Klamer, 2006.

· University of Maastricht, Philosophy of Science (Bachelor), for Arjo Klamer, 2004-2007.

· University of Vienna, Husserl’s Genetic Phenomenology (Diploma), for Rolf Kühn, 2001.

Supervision

· 2021. Master thesis Alexis Bureau-Thibaut (UQAM, CIRST), “Les discours sur l’accréditation: une étude de cas de la culture professionnelle dans les écoles de gestion francophones.”

· 2019. Master thesis Sarah Joly-Simard (UQAM), “L’économie politique du socialisme entre dogmatisme Marxiste et réalité soviétique.”

· 2018. Master thesis Louis-Maxime Joly (UQAM), “Les générations post-keynésiennes: une comparaison des idées macroéconomiques de M. Kalecki, J. Robinson et P. Davidson”

· 2013-2016: PhD thesis Fabian Braesemann (second supervisor, first supervisor Hansjörg Klausinger): “Boundaries, Bonds and Bridges: A Data-Driven Validation of Concepts Relevant for Behavioral Economics.” Vienna University of Economics and Business. Today Research Fellow, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.

· 2012-2016: Committee member PhD thesis Juan Carvajalino (UQAM), “Edwin B. Wilson aux origines de l’économie mathématique de Paul Samuelson : essais sur l’histoire entremêlée de la science économique, des mathématiques et des statistiques aux U.S., 1900-1940.”

· 2015: External PhD examiner of Edwin Michael Wentworth Sayes, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne.

· 2014: Master thesis Wael Atallah (UQAM), “Le discours de Milton Friedman dans les sphères scientifique, politique et publique.”

· 2013: Co-supervision Master thesis Fabian Braesemann (Humboldt University Berlin)

· 2012: Co-supervision Master thesis Mark McAdam (Hamburg University)

Academic Administration

· Since 2019: Executive Committee, department of economics, UQAM.

· 2016, 2020: Bachelors program committee, department of economics, UQAM.

· 2018-2019: Revision committee of the Bachelors program, department of economics, UQAM.

· 2016-2019: Delegate of the professors’ union at UQAM.

· 2017-2019: Member of the selection committee for student scholarships, CIRST.

· 2015-2019: Member of the committee of financial evaluation, Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie.

· 2010-2012: Member of the Graduate School Committee, Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, University of Hamburg

· 2010-2012: Equal opportunity representative of the Department of Economics, University of Hamburg

· 2010-2012: Member of the committee of the masters program “Philosophy, Economics, and Politics”, University of Hamburg.

· 2006-2007: PhD Student representative at the Board of the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Conferences and talks

Conference and workshop organization

· The Social Sciences and the Authoritarian State, September 28, 2018, Centre interuniversitaires de recherches sur la science et la technologie, UQAM, Montréal.

· Duke Summer Institute for the History of Economics, June 19-24, 2018, Duke University (organized jointly with Bruce Caldwell). Invited speakers, among others, Mary Poovey, Philip Mirowski, Jennifer Burns.

· Annual History of Political Economy Conference, April 6-7, 2018, Duke University (main organizer). Invited speakers only, funded by CHOPE, Duke University.

· The Historiography of Contemporary Economics, October 13-14, 2017, University of Lausanne, workshop organized jointly with Harro Maas.

· The Montréal Summer School in the History of Economics and Science, July 19-26, 2015, Montréal (main organizer with Alessandro Barattieri and Yves Gingras). Invited speakers, among others, Judy Klein, E. Roy Weintraub, Theodore Porter, Thomas Stapleford, Hunter Heyck (total budget 15.000 CAD).

· Annual conference of the History of Economics Society, June 20-23, 2014, Montréal (co-organizer with Robert Leonard).

· Mathematics and the transformation of economics after 1945, November 9, 2012, University of Berlin. Invited speakers, among others, Lorraine Daston, E. Roy Weintraub, Werner Hildenbrand, Harald Hagemann.

Seminars, invited talks

· Rethinking Economics, webinar, July 22, 2020.

· Interdisciplinary Poland Studies Colloquium (ZIP), European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), June 6, 2019; June 11, 2020.

· Seminar, Centre for Contemporary History, department II, Potsdam, June 15, 2020.

· Science Studies Seminar, Chair Christoph Hoffmann, University of Lucerne (Switzerland), September 24, 2019.

· “Economics and Engineering”, History of Political Economy conference 2019, Duke University, Durham/NC, April 5-6, 2019.

· Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University, Durham/NC, Friday workshop, January 29, 2016; October 6, 2017.

· Meeting of the former economics section of the Humboldt University Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin, May 21, 2016.

· History of Economic Thought Seminar Series of the Triangle Research Center CNRS, Université Lumière Lyon II, March 11, 2016.

· “Affect, Capital, Critique”, workshop organized by Joseph Vogl, Dennis Schep, and Sylwia Chrostowska, Humboldt-University Berlin, August 15, 2015.

· “L’économie à l’université”, April 30, 2015, Collectif pour un enseignement pluraliste de l’économie au Québec.

· “Social and human sciences on both sides of the iron curtain”, October 17-19, 2013, Moscow School of Economics.

· Centre interuniversitaire de Recherche sur la science et la technologie (CIRST), Montréal, Octobre 11, 2013.

· Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society, University of British Columbia Vancouver, June 20-22, 2013, plenary talk.

· Kritische Wirtschaftswissenschaften, lecture series, October 30, 2012, Humboldt University Berlin.

· Rethinking Economics, Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, June 22-24, 2012, University of Tübingen.

· 4th Annual Workshop on the History of ‘Economics as Culture’, March 9, 2012, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, Paris.

· History of Political Economy Lunch Seminar, September 15, 2012, Duke University.

Annual Meetings

· Annual Meetings of the History of Economics Society (HES): Syracuse/New York (June 25-28, 2010: Young Scholar award, funded), Vancouver (June 20-22, 2013), Montréal (June 20-23, 2014), Duke University (June 17-20, 2016); Toronto (June 22-25, 2017); Chicago (June 14-17, 2018).

· Annual Meetings of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET): Prague (May 15-17, 2008: Young Scholar award, funded); Thessaloniki (April 23-26, 2009); St. Petersburg (May 16-19, 2012); Lausanne (May 29-31, 2014); Antwerp (May 18-20, 2017); Madrid (June 7-9, 2018).

· Annual Meeting of the American Social Science Association (ASSA): Philadelphia, January 5-7, 2018; Atlanta, January 3-5, 2019 (comments by Alvin Roth).

· Annual meeting of the Société canadienne de science économique (SCSE), Québec, mai 8-10, 2019.

· Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S): Boston (August 29-September 3, 2017).

· Annual Meeting of the History of Science Society (HSS): Toronto (November 9-12, 2017).

· Social Science History Conference (SSHC): Montréal (November 2-5, 2017).

· Annual Meeting of the Econometric Society, European Meeting: Toulouse (August 25-29, 2014); lunch session chaired by Jim Heckman.

· Annual Meeting of the History of Recent Social Science: Ecole Normale de Cachan, Paris (June 13-24, 2014).

· Annual Congress of History of Science, Technology and Medicine: July 21-28, 2013, University of Manchester.

· 5th International Congress of the European Society for the History of Science, November 1-3, 2012, Athens.

· Annual Meeting of the German Society for the History of Science, September 28-30, 2012, University of Mainz.

· Annual Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought, University of Richmond, June 24 – 27, 2011, Richmond/Virginia (funded).

· Annual Meetings of the International Network for Economic Method: Madrid (September 12-13, 2008), Helsinki (September 1-3, 2011).

· Annual Meeting of the UK History of Economic Thought Association: London, Kingston University (September 16-17, 2010).

· Annual Meeting of the Charles Gide Association: University of Paris Sorbonne (May 27-29, 2010).

· Annual Meeting of the The Interdisciplinary Coalition of North American Phenomenologists, Ramapo College, May 24-26, 2013.

· Annual European Conference on the History of Economics (ECHE), University of Siena, October 4-6, 2007.

· Annual Meeting of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, Istanbul, November 2-4, 2006.

Workshops

· “(Re)Thinking Socialism: Knowledge, Memory and Oblivion of the Socialist Past”, Conference organized by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies and the Ethnographic Museum, November 7-9, 2019, Sofia (Bulgaria).

· “The Political and Social History of Economic Research in Communist Russia and Eastern Europe”, workshop, Central European University, Budapest, June 16-19, 2019.

· “Historicizing the Economy”, workshop, Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard University, September 23-24, 2016.

· Berlin Economic History Colloquium, Faculty of Economics, Humboldt University Berlin, February 2012, June 2012, June 2013, June 2014.

· International Workshop From Past to Present: The Foundations, Definitions and Usages of Perfect Competition, January 13-14, 2011, Paris.

· Foundations of the Formal Sciences VII: Bringing together Philosophy and Sociology of Science, Free University Brussels, October 21-24, 2008.

· Italian Association for the History of Political Economy (STOREP), The Historical Roots of Heterodox Economics, University of Padova, Bressanone, September 12-21, 2005.

· Rhetoric and Economics: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois, June 6-9, 2005.