A note from the organizers of the Three Societies Meeting Register now for the Three Societies Meeting. This gathering of the British Society for the History of Science, the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science and the History of Science Society brings together historians of science every four years for a major … Continue reading Registration for Three Societies Meeting Open
The CSTHA is pleased to announce David Pantalony as the new Editor-in-Chief of Scientia Canadensis. David has been a long-time member of the CSTHA, is Curator of Physical Sciences and Medicine at the Canada Science and Technology Museum, and teaches part-time at the University of Ottawa. He begins his five-year term in January 2015. David … Continue reading New Editor-in-Chief
Exciting things are happening with the CSTHA, starting with our new site. Feel free to explore our links, our archives, or send us a message: we'd love to here from you. Stay tuned for more...
The University of Ottawa and its Institute for Science, Society and Policy (ISSP) invite applications for a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in history of science and technology policy. Preference will be given to researchers working on innovation and Canadian policies in a global context from an historical perspective. The aim of the ISSP … Continue reading Tier 2 CRC in History of Science and Technology Policy
Greetings Colleagues,I'm sending this email [which has been posted to the website and blog] as a gentle (and final) reminder that proposals for our upcoming conference themed, "Energy and Society" are due 20 September 2013. The CFP is on the website in both English and French. Should you have any questions or comments, feel free … Continue reading Final Call for Papers!
Greetings Colleagues, We have extended the deadline for abstracts for the CHSTA/AHSTC conference to September 20th. Individual abstracts can be submitted to https://cstha-ahstc.ca/conference-colloque-2013/individual-proposals/ while session proposals may be posted here: https://cstha-ahstc.ca/conference-colloque-2013/session-proposals/ Please keep in mind that students have an opportunity to win an award for their presentations. The Royal Society of Canada has graciously donated $500 for best student paper, … Continue reading Conference announcement!
CSTHA members may be interested in the following annoucement: Registration is now open for Materiality: Objects and Idioms in Historical Studies of Science and Technology. Please visit the conference website here. It will be updated with exhibit information in the coming weeks. Spaces are very limited, so register soon if you're planning to attend. The Conference will be preceded … Continue reading Conference: Materiality: Objects and Idioms in Historical Studies of Science and Technology
**Call for Papers** Scientia Canadensis invites interested scholars to submit proposals for research papers (approximately 7,500 to 10,000 words), research notes or exhibition reviews (approximately 2,500 to 5,000 words) for a special themed issue on Consumer Technology. From automobiles to automated messages, personal technologies have come to shape the daily lives of nearly all Canadians. … Continue reading CFP: Consumer Technology/Technologies de consommation
CSTHA - AHSTC Biennial Conference Call for Papers - Extended Deadline - 26 September 2011 Planning is proceeding for the next biennial conference of the Canadian Science and Technology Historical Association / Association pour l’histoire de la science et de la technologie au Canada to be held in Ottawa, 18-20 November. With a keynote address … Continue reading CSTHA-AHSTC Deadline Extension / Extension de late date limite
The 4th Annual GTA Symposium on History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Science, Technology, and Medicine will take place at the University of Guelph on Tuesday, May 3, 2011 from 10am to 4:30pm. The symposium is an effort on the part of scholars in the GTA to foster opportunities for communication and to provide a forum … Continue reading 4th Annual GTA Symposium on History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Science, Technology, and Medicine