This peer-reviewed volume will bring together original and diverse scholarship on the history of medical education and training in the healing arts. Historical research on all periods and geographies are welcome, including global and comparative perspectives, as well as any aspect of learning processes, systems, or experiences.
Revista de Historia Iberoamericana, HIb, has published its new issue, June 2017, Vol. 10, Nº 1.
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HIb, Revista de Historia Iberoamericana
Vol. 10, Nº 1, June 2017
Registration is now open for "Milestones, Memories, and Momentum," the 2017 Symposium on Cryptologic History. The Symposium will take place October 19 - 20, 2017 at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory's Kossiakoff Center in Laurel, Maryland. Following the Symposium, on Saturday, October 21, participants will be given an opportunity to tour the National Cryptologic Museum, participate in a workshop on sources for research in cryptologic history, and enjoy presentations about William and Elizebeth Friedman
Issue Theme: “Leveraging Undergraduate Research to Foster Diversity and Achieve Equity”
Editor-in-Chief: James LaPlant · Issue Editor: Janice DeCosmo
Making Biological Minds
21st-22nd September, 2017
University of Leeds, UK
Deadline for abstract submission: 31st July 2017
PhD Scholarship Social History of Medicine/History of Patients
Institute: Institute for the History of Medicine at the Robert Bosch Foundation
Duration: 01/10/2017 – 30/09/2020
Deadline for Applicants: 15/09/2017
The Production of Information: Technologies, Media Markets, and Labour in the Twentieth Century
Deadline for proposals: 30 September 2017
Cross-disciplinary approaches to the study of knowledge-making in the early modern world (1450-1800)
Deadline: 7th July 2017
With the support of the London Arts & Humanities Partnership (LAHP), the Dr Williams Library (London) will host a student-led interdisciplinary conference on the overlap, cross-fertilisation, and collaborative potential between the Humanities and Social Sciences across studies on the history of knowledge-making in the early modern world (1450-1800), 14th October 2017.