Call for contributions, book project Women in their element
You are warmly invited to the History of Physics Group’s first Open Meeting, which will feature talks from members of both the history and physics communities.
Professor of History of Science
Niels Bohr Archive and Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Deadline for application: 12 August 2018 23:59 GMT +2.
In connection with the upcoming "Author in Dialogue" session on Steven Weinberg's book To Explain the World planned for the American Physical Society meeting in Baltimore next month, H-PhysicalSciences readers may be interested in a recording of a talk Weinberg gave last fall at the University of Texas Institute for Historical Studies. A version of the talk, "Keeping an Eye on the Present," which Weinberg described as "a gentle defense of the whig interpretation of the history of science," appeared in the 17 Dec. 2015 issue of the New York Review of Books.
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The History of Physics Group of the Institute of Physics will hold its first Open Meeting in London on Thursday 27 September 2018.
The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers teaching, research or combination teaching and research awards in over 125 countries for the 2019-2020 academic year. Opportunities are available for college and university faculty as well as for professionals and independent scholars. Awards that may be of interest to the H-PhysicalSciences community include:
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