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The Narrative Science project is very pleased to announce the launch of its website, and the start of a seminar series that will run in London throughout the rest of 2018 and to the end of summer in 2019.
The website, which contains further information about the project and an introduction to its central ideas, can be found here:
There are for sure good environmental reasons NOT to attend congresses. Travels=pollution, hotels=excessive water consumption, congress venue=boom of waste accumulation. There are also solid economic reasons NOT to attend congresses: they are often so expensive that the family budget just cannot afford one further academic travel of yours.
CFP Deadline for Papers and Panels: December 31, 2018
CFP: Imperial Legacies of 1919
Resuscitation, Reanimation and the Modern World
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The Department of the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins, founded in 1927 by William H. Welch, is accepting applications for its PhD program, for matriculation in the Fall of 2019. Our PhD students are fully funded for five years and are very competitive for academic jobs, museum work, and other related areas. We have expertise in African, East Asian, European, and American history, from the Pre-modern era to the present,
The British Society for the History of Science is delighted to award the 2018 Pickstone Prize to Michael Wintroub for his book 'The Voyage of Thought: Navigating Knowledge across the Sixteenth-Century World' (Cambridge University Press, 2017).
The second prize has been jointly awarded to Paola Bertucci for 'Artisanal Enlightenment: Science and the