BJHS TOC Globalization and the History of Science: Ottoman and Middle Eastern Experiences

Cambridge First View   The December 2022 special issue of the British Journal for the History of Science addresses a reconsideration of the methods and nature of the circulation of scientific knowledge from the eighteenth to twentieth centuries. The articles are available open access now through the Cambridge Core.

Issue Abstract:

Looking for Panelists for Madison South Asia Conference (October 2022). Panel Title, " Rethinking Colonial Archive."

Many scholars have argued that the earliest colonial rulers kept detailed records as a matter of life and death. While some were preserved, some were burned down. Evidence of imperial violence was destroyed as is clear from the works of Ian Cobain. The arc of problematizing the archive is long. Historians like Antoinette Burton have argued that British Library’s India Office was not just a repository of colonial records but whispering galleries of land mines and crime scenes.

Looking for co-panelists for Madison South Asia Conference (October, 2022) - "Rethinking Colonial Archive"

Many scholars have argued that earliest colonial rulers kept detail records as a matter of life and death. While some were preserved, some were burned down. Evidence of imperial violence was destroyed as is clear from the works of Ian Cobain. The arc of problematizing the archive is long.

Interdisciplinary Conference «Disaster Knowledge – Knowledge Disasters Affective Dynamics of the Catastrophic» (Zurich, 3-5 Nov. 2022)

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
March 31, 2022
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