The Laboratoire SPHERE, CNRS-Université Paris Diderot is pleased to announce an international workshop on 24-25 June 2015 with the title MODERNIZERS. CHANGING SCIENCE AND SOCIETY IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA (1870s-1930s).
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Registration is now open for Locating Forensic Science and Medicine. This conference -- jointly organized by Ian Burney and Neil Pemberton (CHSTM, Manchester), and Chris Hamlin (University of Notre Dame) – will be held at University of Notre Dame Global Gateway in Trafalgar Square, London, on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th July 2015.
Registration has opened for the conference "Objects in Motion: Material Culture in Transition" taking place at CRASSH (University of Cambridge) on June 18-20, 2015. Talks which may be of specific interest to historians of science, medicine and technology include:
* Simon Schaffer (Cambridge): 'Soft matter and mobile objects' [keynote]
* Claire Sabel (Cambridge): 'Cultures of Colorimetry'
* Anita Guerrini (Oregon State University): 'The Skeleton Trade: Life, Death, and Commerce in Early Modern Europe'
Registration is now open, and the program is available, for the conference “Gendering Science: Women and Men Producing Knowledge” of the Commission on Women and Gender Studies in History of Science, Technology and Medicine (DHST/IUHPST).
The conference will be held at Praha Karolinum, Ovocný trh 5, 116 36 Prague 1, Czech Republic, on 4 – 6 June 2015.
Reproducing the British Caribbean: Sex, Gender, and Population Politics after Slavery. Juanita De Barros. University of North Carolina Press, 2014. 978-1-4696-1605-6 (paper, $32.95)