BSHS Outreach and Engagement Project Grants

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The Outreach and Engagement Committee of the British Society for the History of Science (BSHS OEC) offers grants of up to £300 to support engagement and outreach projects. These grants are intended to encourage projects that engage with the history of science, technology and medicine (HoSTM) in new and exciting ways, and are applicable to their intended audiences.

Cambridge History of Medicine Seminars

Department of History and Philosophy of Science
University of Cambridge
History of Medicine Seminars, supported by Wellcome
Lent Term 2021


Seminars, on Tuesdays at 5:00–6:30pm in Cambridge, UK, will be live on Zoom (entry from 4:45). Please click the links below to register for the seminars.

** History of Modern Medicine and Biology ** organised by Mary Brazelton, Helen Curry, and Staffan Müller-Wille

2021 Low Carbon Methods & Media Lecture Series

I’m pleased to announce the 2021 Low Carbon Methods & Media Lecture Series, a set of discussions for the coming semester exploring how climate change not only stands to alter what we study, but also how we do so.

Through short and conversational exchanges, the series will explore the prospects for more climate-safe research methods and media practices in the arts, humanities, and social sciences as well as the practical barriers and social and aesthetic norms challenged thereby.

UC Davis Early Science Workshop: Tara Nummedal, "Singing Nature’s Secrets: Michael Maier’s Atalanta fugiens (1618) and Furnace and Fugue (2020)."

Prof. Tara Nummedal (Brown University) will talk at the UC Davis Early Science Workshop about the new, digital edition of poet-alchemist Michael Maier's Atalanta fugiens (1618), with scholarly commentary, which she co-edited with Donna Bialik. Combining word, image, and music in a beautifully realized, interactive format, Furnace and Fugue is a model for the creative potential of a digital edition of an early modern book. The talk will take place January 13th on Zoom from 4:30–6 PM Pacific Standard Time.

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