Few areas in economics are as controversial as economic forecasting. While the field has sparked great hopes for the prediction of economic trends and events throughout the 20th and 21st century, economic forecasts have often proved inaccurate or unreliable, thus provoking severe criticism in times of unpredicted crisis.
Scott E. Hendrix of Carroll University (USA) will be editing a volume of the “cultural history of the universe” with a focus on the middle ages. The chapters I need authors for are below:
1. Theories of the Universe
2. Models of the Universe
3. The Universe and Human Destiny
4. The Built Environment
5. Travel and Mapping
6. Reckoning and Keeping Time
7. Representing the Universe
We are pleased to receive manuscripts on homeopathy in Latin America and their transnational networks to be published in the journal História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos (HCSM) (http://www.revistahcsm.coc.fiocruz.br/). The journal is a quarterly publication of the Casa de Oswaldo Cruz (COC/Fiocruz) and publishes original peer-reviewed articles and research notes, documents and images of historical merit, debates, interviews, and reviews of books and online resources, all pertaining to the history of science and health.
CFP 4th INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONGRESS PHI 2018: “MODERNITY; FRONTIERS AND REVOLUTIONS”
DEADLINE EXTENSION: 28th FEBRUARY 2018
Contemporary critical race theory is beginning to explore the roots of the modern concept of “race” in German Enlightenment and post-Enlightenment thought, just as German cultural history is beginning to realize the centrality of this concept within some of its most formative ideas.
ERC BodyCapital & Wellcome Collection International Conference
Broadcasting health and disease. Bodies, markets and television, 1950s-1980s
19-21 February 2018
The Sea in the 20th Century: Globalization, Science, Networks and Heritage
Lisbon, December 6 and 7, 2018
“Technological Momentum - from Gunpowder to Modern Explosives and Propellants”
Papers are invited on all aspects of the history of gunpowder, explosives, and propellants at the 45th International Committee for the History of Technology (ICOHTEC) Symposium in St. Etienne, France, 17-21 July 2018. Full information on the conference may be found at http://www.icohtec.org/annual-meeting-2018.html
This Special Issue, “Mobile Learning”, addresses the increasing popularity of mobile devices and their potential for developing learning. As mobile technologies are constantly changing and increased capabilities rapidly developing, it is timely to consider the technical and practical issues in implementing learning applications for mobile devices. In a changing landscape in which mobile device ownership rivals fixed PCs, it is critical that we understand and study more about their capability in education.