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Scientific Polyphony: How Scientific Narratives Configure Many ‘Voices’.
Workshop organised by Dr Kim M. Hajek and Prof. Mary S. Morgan
3 June 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science
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HISTORY OF SCIENCE, MEDICINE, AND TECHNOLOGY
Workshop Announcement (4 travel bursaries for PhD students available)
Does Time Always Pass? Temporalities in Scientific Narratives
May 30-31 2019 LSE/Royal Institution, London
Workshop organised as a collaboration between the Narrative Science Project and The Royal Institution. Please see the bottom of this email for information concerning the 4 PhD travel bursaries we are making available for this event.
While not specifically history of science, the below event should prove stimulating concerning recent modern astronomy in the making, particularly in the Japan/USA context. Hopefully of interest to some, I plan to attend and would be willing to answer anyone’s questions about the venue, etc. Cheers,
Dana Freiburger, Doctoral Candidate, History of Science Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Conference Announcement: The 24th JSPS “Science in Japan” Forum (Washington, D.C.)