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This one-day international symposium will address the global dimensions of Latin American Studies, past, present and future. Confident that the field cannot be properly understood merely as a product of the Cold War, this symposium will take the long, global view of the field.
During AHA this year, we'd like to offer a behind-the-scenes tour for interested historians (our second biggest academic user group!) of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History's Department of Anthropology collections and National Anthropological Archives at the museum’s off-site storage site, the Museum Support Center, in Suitland, Maryland. This tour will be held on Friday, Jan. 5th, from 2:30-4:30 pm, and is open to 20 participants. Please RSVP to Caitlin Haynes, NAA Reference Archivist at email@example.com by Dec.
The International Conference on Intelligent Informatics and Biomedical Sciences (ICIIBMS) succeeded at both events in 2015 and 2017 to attract more than 150 participants from 18 countries. ICIIBMS still conveys its aims to create an opportunity to top technology leaders, scholars, engineers, scientists, leading industry leaders as well as graduate students to share ideas and discuss latest results. We invite you to submit original technical papers to this conference.
On the occasion of the centennial of World War I, the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is pleased to announce an open competition for scholars under the age of 30 to research and write a scholarly paper on a major aspect of how scientists and engineers in the United States were engaged in the World War I effort. The focus, drawing on the NAS’s creation of the National Research Council as a response to the United States’ expected involvement in World War I, is on institutional changes (e.g., the
The IEEE Annals of the History of Computing invites submissions for a special issue titled “Governance in the History of Computing.” Edited by Gerardo Con Diaz (University of California, Davis), this special issue will showcase how formal and informal forms of governance (from law and policy to self-policing) have shaped the history of computing broadly conceived.
Call for Papers