Call for Chapters for inclusion in an edited volume on
“Social Histories of Disease, Medicine, and Healing
in the Modern Middle East & North Africa”
What can the study of disease, medicine, healing, and public health in the Middle East and North Africa since 1750 reveal about the region's history?
Editors: Stephanie Anne Boyle, New York City College of Technology (CUNY) & Christopher S. Rose, independent scholar, Austin, TX.
Deadline: June 1, 2021
Dear H-Sci-Med-Tech Readers,
I want to invite you to join me for my exclusive interview with Chris Harrison, Publishing Development Director of Humanities and Social Sciences at Cambridge University Press as part of our ongoing 'Publication Success Interview Series'.
Chris will discuss how Cambridge is moving beyond the monograph to introduce new and creative publication models to fill the gap between academic articles and books. Register to learn more about how you can take advantage of this new forum to publish your research and advance your career.
New episode is available in the Hagley History Hangout—In this episode,
The Association for East Asian Environmental History (AEAEH) has extended the call for submission of proposals for organized panels and individual papers for its Sixth Biennial Conference. In light of the ongoing pandemic, the conference will be conducted online September 7-10, 2021.
Are you interested in science and expertise in state socialist countries? Do you have a Ph.D. in history or a related discipline? Do you speak either German, Polish, or Hungarian? Then find out more at https://ExpertTurn.fss.muni.cz
We will be looking forward to hearing from you!
The Royal College of Nursing Library and Archive has just launched Past Caring, a new podcast series about the history of nursing.
Each episode takes inspiration from RCN Library and Archive exhibitions exploring topics such as women’s health, myths about nursing, and learning disability nursing.
Climate in Words and Numbers: How Early Americans Recorded Weather in Almanacs
with Joyce Chaplin, Harvard University
Tuesday 9 March
Free Virtual Event - hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society
The Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine invites you to watch this presentation on the creation of World Development Report 1993, an influential document in the history of global health. Economists Dean T. Jamison and Abdo Yazbeck discuss their role at the World Bank in producing World Development Report 1993 and the economization of global health more broadly.
Watch the video now: https://www.chstm.org/video/109