CFP: Artefacts Consortium, October 5-7

Call for Proposals Artefacts Consortium: ACCESS Ottawa, 5-7 October 2020 ARTEFACTS is an association of historians of science and technology, mostly in museums and academic institutions, who share the goal of promoting the use of objects in historical studies. See http://www.artefactsconsortium.org. The theme of the 25th meeting of the Artefacts Consortium is ACCESS. Access to … Continue reading CFP: Artefacts Consortium, October 5-7

2015 Royal Society of Canada Prize

Best student papers awards / Prix pour les meilleurs présentations étudiantes We were so pleased to see many of you come out for our biennial conference held at York University from 6 to 8 November. The Programme Committee did a wonderful job of putting together some thought-provoking and interesting presentations. In total, we had just … Continue reading 2015 Royal Society of Canada Prize

HALIFAX SITUATING SCIENCE EVENTS NEWSLETTER

Please send additions for the next circulation (27 April) to: megandean@dal.ca 1. LOCAL EVENTS 2. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL EVENTS 3. JOBS/STUDENTSHIPS/OPPORTUNITIES 1. LOCAL EVENTS SITUSCI WORKS IN PROGRESS MEETING: 7:00-9:00PM, THURSDAY APRIL 28. Frazee Room, University of King's College. Presenter: Ryan Kerney, Department of Biology, Dalhousie University. "Do larval traits re-evolve? Evidence from the embryogenesis of a … Continue reading HALIFAX SITUATING SCIENCE EVENTS NEWSLETTER

2012 Western History Association conference notice

Dear Colleagues, Some of you may be interested in the following conference: Best, Dorotea Gucciardo Apologies for troubling you with this but. . .  I am on the program committee for the 2012 Western History Association’s conference.  This will be held in Denver, Thursday, 4 - 7 October (Thursday - Sunday) -- not this coming … Continue reading 2012 Western History Association conference notice

Call for papers: International Commission for the History of Meteorology

International Commission for the History of Meteorology Call for papers: Climatic Determinism: Then and Now National Hellenic Research Foundation Athens, 18 – 20 July 2011 Climatic determinism has a very long and checkered history. It has provided an enduring framework for thinking about the relationship between the human and natural environments by making the climate … Continue reading Call for papers: International Commission for the History of Meteorology

8th International Conference on History of Chemistry

8th International Conference on History of Chemistry "Pathways of Knowledge" September 14 - 16, 2011 in Rostock First Circular (pdf-Download, 134 kB) The Working Party (WP) on History of Chemistry of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS) will hold its bi-annual International Conference on the History of Chemistry (8th ICHC) in Rostock, … Continue reading 8th International Conference on History of Chemistry

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 21st ACSUS Biennial Conference

CALL FOR PROPOSALS 21st ACSUS Biennial Conference November 16-20, 2011 The Westin, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada   The Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) welcomes proposals for papers, roundtables, workshops and poster presentations at its 21th Biennial meeting to be held in Ottawa, Ontario, November 16-20, 2011. ACSUS is a multidisciplinary organization that … Continue reading CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 21st ACSUS Biennial Conference

Envisioning Science: Imaging the Body

Envisioning Science: Imaging the Body Visual perception might seem to be a strictly natural process, and yet it has a history. Scholars from a range of disciplines now study visuality, moving beyond biological understandings of vision to examine historically and culturally specific ways of seeing the world. Our goal for the conference is to encourage … Continue reading Envisioning Science: Imaging the Body

International Conference on the Liberal Arts

International Conference on the Liberal Arts: Looking Back and Moving Forward The Next 100 Years of Liberal Arts – Confronting the Challenges September 30-October 2, 2010 St. Thomas University Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada Liberal Arts education has been challenged in recent years by the pressures of neo-liberalism and corporatization, cutbacks in public funding, changes in … Continue reading International Conference on the Liberal Arts