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HISTORY OF SCIENCE, MEDICINE, AND TECHNOLOGY

From Hansa to Lufthansa Conference - 23/24 May, Cambridge

We are pleased to announce the upcoming two-day conference

From Hansa to Lufthansa: Transportation Technologies and the Mobility of Knowledge 
23-24 May, 2019
Organised by Mary Brazelton and Daniel Margocsy 

Location: 
Department of History and Philosophy of Science 
University of Cambridge
Free School Lane
Seminar Room 1

The emergence of the neo-colonial in the post-modern, global present; the insidious nature of modernity and development.

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
April 29, 2019 to September 30, 2019

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