Call for Contributions: What Are Our 2022 Anniversaries?

What Are Our 2022 Anniversaries?

Precursor to the 2022 Anniversaries in the History of Canadian Science and Technology.

First posted Tuesday, December 21, 2021 / Yom shlishi, 17 Tevet, 5782

By David Orenstein

The year 2022 is an opportunity for those interested in Canadian Science and Technology to celebrate several anniversaries, including the Centennial of the first publications on insulin (in 1922) by the University of Toronto’s Frederick Banting and Charles Best.

In my project, I’ll be looking at the 30th Anniversary of the 1992 Quebec City International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME) / Congrès international sur l’enseignement des mathématiques (CIEM) and the 50th of the International Geological Congress (IGC)/ Congrès géologique international (CGI), held in Montréal in 1972.

Digging further back, 2022 is the 125th anniversary of when (in 1897) both the British Association for the Advancement of Science (BAAS) met in Toronto and the British Medical Association (BMA) came to Montréal.

Well, that’s my contribution to our forthcoming anniversaries for next year. Do you know of any such occasions to be marked in 2022 in our field of the History of Canadian Mathematics, Science, Technology and Medicine?

Please send in some tips, or better yet, write a blog post yourself. Information about the submission guidelines is available here.

Link:

Last’s Year’s Call for 1921-2021 Centennials, January 1, 2021.

https://cstha-ahstc.ca/2021/01/01/1921-2021-centennials-in-the-history-of-canadian-science-and-technology/

One thought on “Call for Contributions: What Are Our 2022 Anniversaries?

  1. I’m already starting another reread of Thompson and Seager’s CANADA 1922-1939: DECADES OF DISCORD. It begins with a review of the Canadian Census for 1921.

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