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CALL FOR PAPERS
6th International Conference on
The History of Medicine in Southeast Asia
To be held in Siem Reap, Cambodia
13-15 January 2016
Center for Khmer Studies (CKS), Siem Reap (Cambodia)
The Mercurians, a SIG of the Society for the History of Technology, announces a travel grant ($1,000) to carry out archival research on the history of communication technologies by a junior scholar - meaning either current graduate students or recent postgraduates (no more than 3 years beyond the terminal degree in your field). Deadline is June 1, 2015.
H-Sci-Med-Tech is looking for new editors