Date: March 29, 2019
Venue: Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague
Since its inception in 2002, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan has instituted a number of reforms and new initiatives to ‘revolutionise’ higher education in the cou
The History of Science Society is offering several free gifts to anyone responding to a short online survey about research in the digital environment (go to this link). We are looking for responses from technophobes to digital natives from around the world.
The survey is designed to help the broader history of science, technology, and medicine community understand how digital resources have affected scholarship in the field.
Bias in AI and Neuroscience
June 17-18-19 - Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Abstract deadline: January 1st 2019
Many aspects of working lives and the experience of work have changed within a generation. In the UK, areas and communities defined by work in single industries, mining, textiles and shipbuilding, have been transformed through closures and the export of work overseas. In the workplace, the balance of power has shifted as employers have responded to workers’ organisation in different ways. Casualisation, part-time and temporary contracts have spread into new areas of work and employment changing the experience of work over lifetimes.
The Hall Center for the Humanities and the Institute for Policy & Social Research at the University of Kansas invite you to join us for our upcoming interdisciplinary conference, Beyond Discourse: Critical and Empirical Approaches to Human trafficking. Kamala Kempadoo (York University) will open the symposium with a keynote address on Thursday, April 4 at 4 pm, with a reception to follow. Friday, April 5 will feature panels by regional and national scholars, including Amy Farrell (Northeastern University) and a closing keynote by Sally Engle Merry (New York University).
Conference Date: March 14, 2019 at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.