Imaginaries of Techno-Optimism:
CfP for Science as Culture
Guest Editors: Damien Droney, Morgan Ames, & Mark Gardiner
Deadline for Abstracts: March 1st 2018
My name is Lindsey Sutton and I am the Project Archivist employed on the Wellcome funded Unlocking the Asylum project at Denbighshire Archives. The project began in October 2017 and is due to run until November 2019. The aim of the project is to catalogue the records of the North Wales Hospital, in order to promote the wider use of the collection.
Registration is now open and the conference program now available for “Technologies of Frankenstein, 1818-2018,” to be held 7 – 9 March at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ, USA:
Full of joy and gratitude, I would like to announce the publication of my new book entitled Space Science and the Arab World: Astronauts, Observatories and Nationalism in the Middle East (London: I.B.Tauris, 2018).
Globally and at many times in history, instances and rates of suicide have been hugely symbolic resources for making statements about society. The key goal of this symposium is to investigate the links between suicide and socio-political crisis, at macro and micro levels.
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