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H-Sci-Med-Tech is a network for the growing number of scholars, whether independent or with institutional affiliations, who apply humanities methods to study science, medicine or technology across a wide variety of periods and regions of the world. While rooted in history, ours is a very interdisciplinary field, bringing together complementary theories and methodologies from across the humanities and the social sciences.

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Recent Content

Workshop: Searching for the Historical Roots of the March 11, 2011 Disasters in Japan

Workshop Announcement

Searching for the Historical Roots of the March 11, 2011 Disasters in Japan
April 24-25, 2014, Arizona State University, Coor Hall 4403

Research travel grant for Yale's Cushing/Whitney Medical Historical Library

The Historical Library of the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University is pleased to announce its seventh annual Ferenc Gyorgyey Research Travel Award for use of the Historical Library.

Requesting Feedback: Student work on the History of Ecology on Wikipedia

Earlier this term, I asked for comments on a number of student projects on Wikipedia relating to the History of Ecology. Thank you to those who sent along comments and suggestions--students were appreciative and excited to see a community of knowlege at work.

I'm writing today to share with you students' works-in-progress, and to ask for your feedback. I'd like to share this feedback with students to help them revise and refine their articles on Wikipedia. See further below for links to the articles on which students are currently working.

CFP: Media and Mobility section of Transfers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies

CFP: Media and Mobility section of Transfers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies

Transfers, now in its fourth year of publication, is emerging as a key peer-reviewed platform for new research into the practices, experiences and representations of disparate mobilities. In its mission to “rethink mobility”, the journal also provides a forum for innovative research at the intersection of mobility and media studies. The focus lies on contemporary and historic interactions and linkages between transport, traffic, communication, and media in its broadest sense. Transfers has outlined this field in a special section on ‘Traffic’ - On the Historical Alignment of Media and Mobility in 2013 (1).