ESHS

Call for papers

  • Forensic Cultures

    , by Husson Matthieu

    Organisers Willemijn Ruberg, Utrecht University Rational
    26-28 August 2021
    Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University
    In recent years research into the history of forensic science has expanded. In addition to institutional developments and advances in technology, (...)

  • Early-Career Conference for Historians of the Physical Sciences

    , by Husson Matthieu

    Organisers Joanna Behrman, Center for the History of Physics at the American Institute of Physics Christian Joas, Niels Bohr Archive Greg Good, Center for the History of Physics at the American Institute of Physics Rational The American Institute of Physics (AIP) Center for the History of (...)

  • Outer Edge: Queer(y)ing STEM Collections

    , by Husson Matthieu

    Organisers Dr Sophie Gerber, TMW Eleanor Armstrong, UCL Rational
    How can the science and technology museum, as a cultural and social institution, explore the opportunities of reflecting and developing a plural society? In what ways are these museums still bound by existing collecting, (...)

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Founded in 2003, the European Society for the History of Science promotes European cooperation in the fields of history of science, technology and medicine. Members of the ESHS are located throughout the world.

The official journal of the ESHS is Centaurus, to which members of the ESHS are offered a special subscription rate Centaurus 

They are also offered a cut-price subscription to Notes and Records of the Royal Society.

 

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