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The Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society, Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, Delaware is pleased to announce the recipients of our exploratory grants, H. B. du Pont Fellowships and the H. B. du Pont Dissertation Fellowships awarded in November, 2014. Please note that the next deadline for the exploratory grants or the H. B. du Pont Fellowship is March 31, 2015.
Senior Lecturer in History
Liverpool Hope University
I’m trying to organize one (or two) sessions for the next European Social Science History Conference to be held in Valencia (30th March – 2nd April 2016)
on the topic of History of Health Education after the Second World War. I’m looking for papers from different countries in order to make comparisons of the varied policies used in the practice of health education, and the discourses of these practices.
This year's Defence Electronics History Society (DEHS) Burns Lecture will take place on Thursday 9 April 2015 at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Shrivenham.
The speaker is the Director General for Technology and Capability at GCHQ.
The lecture title is Living in the Network: One Hundred Years of British Sigint.