New issue Centaurus

We ar every happy to announce the new issue of the Centaurus journal. A video presentation of the issue by Erika Charters is available here.

HoST: New issue

New issue  HoST — Journal of History of Science and Technology 16.1, June 2022 HoST—Journal of History of Science and Technologyis a peer-reviewed open access journal, published online in English by Sciendo and results of a partnership between four Portuguese research units (CIUHCT, CIDEHUS, ICS e IHC). CONTENTS OF VOLUME 16.1 Thematic Dossier “The History of… Continue reading HoST: New issue

Gustav Neuenschwander prize 2022

The Council of the ESHS is delighted to announce that Simon Schaffer has been awarded the Gustav Neuenschwander Prize for 2022. The ESHS Council recognizes Professor Schaffer’s path-breaking, wide-ranging, and stimulating scholarship that has inspired successive generations of historians of science across the world to this day. Following the GN Prize award ceremony, Professor Schaffer… Continue reading Gustav Neuenschwander prize 2022

2022 Early Career Lectures

We are delighted to let you know that the ESHS Brussels 2022 Early Career Lectures will be delivered by three very promising scholars selected by a special committee appointed by the ESHS Council in light of the quality of their scholarship and the originality of their historiographical approaches. Their work is indicative of the talent,… Continue reading 2022 Early Career Lectures

News on Centaurus

We are proud to announce that our official journal, Centaurus, is now Q2 in History and Philosophy of Science (in the same category as some of the top journals in our field): https://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=20094&tip=sid&clean=0

Is Science Diplomacy on Hold? GORDON CAIN CONFERENCE Public Panel

Is Science Diplomacy on Hold? GORDON CAIN CONFERENCE Public Panel In the context of the Workshop Diplomatic Studies of Science: The Interplay of Science, Technology, and International Affairs after the Second World War  In person at Maison de la chimie, Paris,Monday June 13, 16.30-18.30 Moderator: Gordon Cain Fellow Prof. Maria Rentetzi, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany Within 48 hours… Continue reading Is Science Diplomacy on Hold? GORDON CAIN CONFERENCE Public Panel

ESHS Statement on Ukraine crisis

We, the members of the Scientific Board of the ESHS, are greatly concerned about the escalating war in Ukraine. As an academic society committed to the values of reason and tolerance, we strongly believe that dialogue and diplomacy are the only legitimate means of resolving divergences among nations. Invading another country should never be an… Continue reading ESHS Statement on Ukraine crisis

Science History Institute Receives Grant to Digitize Oral Histories of Immigrant Scientists

Science History Institute Receives Grant to Digitize Oral Histories of Immigrant Scientists The Science History Institute has been awarded a grant from the National Archives’ National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) for the project “Science, War, and Exile: Oral Histories of Immigration and Innovation.” The grant is part of the NHPRC’s efforts to improve… Continue reading Science History Institute Receives Grant to Digitize Oral Histories of Immigrant Scientists

Maria Paula Diogo awarded the Leonardo Da vinci Medal 2020

We are pleased to announce that the historian of technology Maria Paula Diogo, institutional member of ESHS Scientific Board was awarded the Leonardo da Vinci Medal 2020. The Leonardo da Vinci Medal is “the highest recognition from the Society for the History of Technology (…) presented to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution… Continue reading Maria Paula Diogo awarded the Leonardo Da vinci Medal 2020