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REMINDER: CfP - Living in Emergency: humanitarianism and medicine - European Spring School (Mahon 18-20 May 2017)
9th European Spring School on History of Science and Popularization
Living in Emergency: humanitarianism and medicine
Mahon / Maó (Menorca), 18-20 May 2016
Coordinated by Jon Arrizabalaga (IMF-CSIC, Barcelona), J. Carlos García-Reyes
(ICIII, Madrid), Dolores Martín-Moruno (IEH2, Université de Genève) and
Àlvar Martínez-Vidal (IHMCLópez Piñero, Universitat de València)
Ever played an 'Angry Birds' game? On a Smartphone? The Tectonics of Game-Play within the 'Angry Birds' Universe are fairly elementary. You're a Bird. You have to Knock Things Down. You can Launch via Catapult, and for some vaguely vituperative Reason There are Pigs ensconced within Brick Castles. Your job as an Angry Bird is to get rid of the Pigs.
So far, So Good, Right? And I'm not even alluding to the diversity of structurally ingenious puzzles that unfold as game-play progresses.
Critical Histories and Activist Futures: Science, Medicine, and Racial Violence
February 24-25, 2017