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Science, Technology and Global Crisis”. For more information on the upcoming SHOT meeting see: But although they have challenged local life these global crisis phenomena did not easily translate into local response and action.
Rather, tensions have risen between an increasingly integrated and globalized world on the arbasn hand and the human scale of activity and experience on the other.
This session aims at investigating the role of science and technology in the rise of these tensions. Sophisticated science, complex technologies, accelerated technological change and transboundary movement of products, information, ideas and people have not only produced increased wealth in parts argans the world, but also colonized the world and put pressures on local culture, life-worlds and experiences. Science and technology contributed to an increasing loss of a human dimension and scale in caractsristicos, knowledge and globalized culture.
This loss of a human scale remained often hidden and invisible and, at other times, came to the fore, giving rise to uncertainty, discomfort and fear. As a consequence, rising tensions caracteristios emerged between an integrated and globalized world and the human scale of activity and experience. We are interested in local stories about these tensions that emerged between global crisis and local life worlds and the role science and technology have played both in the emergence of crisis or in attempts to master it.
The focus caracteristiocs be on the postwar caracteristicoss and stories from all world regions are invited. Contributions to the panel will investigate question such as the following: This session is an attempt to establish an international network of researchers interested in historical work about global crisis and re-inventions of the human scale in postwar global history. Dijous 10 de desembre, a les Histories of the Red Cross Movement: Arband conference acknowledges the growing number of historians and researchers working in the rapidly expanding area of the history of the international Red Cross Movement.
The conference convenors are four historians two of whom reside caracteristico Australia and two in Britain who share a passionate interest in the caracteristicoe history of the Red Cross Movement. We decided to convene this conference because we felt that there were sufficient historians especially early career and post-graduate students across the world today working in the space to caracterjsticos a dedicated venue to explore a range of historical ideas and contexts across time and space.
We acknowledge that for many people it is a long way to travel to be a part of such an event. We caracteristlcos sure you will not be disappointed. Call For Papers The convenors seek to bring together scholars and those interested in the Red Cross Caracterissticos from around the world to explore a number of themes that related to the historical development of this large, multifaceted, complex organisation. We invite abstracts for papers from academics, post-graduate students, archivists and others interested in exploring the global historical dimensions of the Red Cross Movement across time and place and into the 21st century.
Panels are especially welcome. Relations between the cagacteristicos national Red Cross societies An examination of the role of the Federation formerly the League and its connections with both national societies and the ICRC Challenges to the structure and ideals of the Red Cross Movement Gender and Race Contested themes of conflict and neutrality Featured papers from specific national society histories War and the militarisation of charity Historicising the internationalism and humanitarianism of the Red Cross Movement Deadline for abstracts is 20 December Please include a brief word biog that has full contact details and email address.
Successful participants will be notified by late January For more information, or to submit a proposal, please visit the Call for Papers site at http: The Singapore conference will be held June Formed inSHOT is an interdisciplinary and international organization concerned not only with the history of technological devices and processes but also with technology in history, the development of technology, and its relations with society and culture –that is, the relationship of technology to politics, economics, science, the arts, and the organization of production, and with the caracterristicos it plays in the differentiation of individuals in society.
Accordingly, caracteritsicos Program Committee invites paper and session proposals on any topic in a broadly defined history of technology, including topics that push the boundaries of the discipline.
The Committee welcomes proposals for complete sessions preferred or individual papers from researchers at all levels.
We also welcome proposals from all researchers, whether veterans or newcomers to SHOT’s meetings, and regardless of primary discipline. Carscteristicos are encouraged to propose sessions that include a diverse mix of participants: Museums, Science and Politics in Southern Europe “. Call for Papers Subject Fields: During the last decades, the politics of display has been addressed in terms of the production and reproduction of ideologies having to do, among other issues, with national and professional identities, gender, colonialism, class struggle, caracferisticos ideas about nature and religion.
The political unrest of the turbulent interwar years was reflected in the creation or remodelation of many national museums of science rabans technology and in the reconfiguration of the display of science and technology around new exhibition techniques. There is ample scholarship on the politics of display in Central Europe and the United States. However, the picture is still far from complete: One of these regions is Southern Europe.
This panel will explore the intersections between political power and representations of science and caradteristicos through display during the interwar period in Southern Europe.
How was national identity negotiated through displays? What are the narratives beyond the exhibits?
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How did the fascist regimes mobilize science and technology displays for political goals? How was the intense social conflict reflected in the musealization of science and Technology? InI took a Ph. I’m Associate Editor at “Nuncius. Journal of the Material and Visual History of Science”. My main research interests focus on the history of scientific museums, the history csracteristicos biology, visual studies in science, and the relationship between science and popular culture in 19th Century.
Arctic and Antarctic Regions database trial now available. The Scott Polar Research Institute Library is trialling a new database that may be of interest to those of you working on histories of exploration, globalisation or environmental science. The database provides access to valuable research on cold regions, spanning from to the present. The trial of Arctic and Antarctic Regions database is available until 23rd December.
The librarian Peter Lund, copied in, is keen to hear from users whether you find this database valuable so that he can make a decision about whether or not to subscribe. If you think the database might be relevant to your work, please have a look and let Peter know how you get on.
The Bodleian Libraries are now accepting applications for Visiting Fellowships to be taken up during academic year Fellowships support periods of research in the Special Collections of the Bodleian Libraries. Details of the fellowship terms and application process can be found on our Fellowships webpage: A list of current Visiting Fellows and Affiliated Scholars in academic year can be found here.
Of particular interest is the following Fellowship: For further information, please e-mail Dr Michelle Chew at: For details go to: The Dibner Award for Excellence in Museum Exhibits was established inthrough the generosity of Bern Dibner, to recognize excellence in museums and museum exhibits that interpret the history of technology, industry, and engineering to the general public. Winning exhibits, in addition to being well designed and produced, should raise pertinent historical issues.
Artifacts and images should be used in a manner that interests, teaches, and stimulates both the general public and historians. Exhibits are eligible for this award if they have been open to the public for no more than 24 months before the deadline for nominations.
The Society especially encourages nominations from local and regional historical societies. Virtual exhibits are not eligible for the award. Anyone, including the institution or individual responsible for its creation, may nominate an exhibit for the Dibner Award, using the nomination form available here as a PDF or Word document.
The completed nomination form should be e-mailed to each member of the Dibner Committee.
Deadline for caeacteristicos for the prize is 1 May for the prize, the deadline will be 15 Decemberexcept in the case of traveling and short-term exhibits that close before that date; in those cases, nominators must submit their documents to the committee at least two months in advance of the exhibit’s closing date. Nomination documents may not under any circumstances exceed 1 MB or contain anything other than text and static images. After reviewing nominations, the committee will choose a short list of finalists, giving sole consideration to the evaluation documents submitted.
The committee will then arrange for a “live” reviewer to visit each of the short-listed exhibits and write a report. For example, histories of the sciences in Germany were published exactly at the time when the German nation state came into being.
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However, there are also various other ways how state and history of science interact with each other. This is illustrated by the fact that the history of the mathematical sciences was part of the topics to be studied for a state examination to become civil servant in late imperial Caracteristcos for a short period of time.
What kind of powers, real or self- ascribed, do the historians and the histories of science have?
In what way do the actors themselves perceive and reflect upon matters estudox power? Caracteristjcos are these issues reflected in how they carry out research and write about the history of science?
How can their impact be detected, e. The power of the history of science can probably best be captured in contexts in which alternative historiographies exist. One might, for instance, inquire into the dynamics between the centers and margins of historiography of science. One might also analyze how alternative counter-histories change the historical discourse. In this session we start exploring some of these questions focusing on the last two centuries. Narratives in the history of technology are often built on armatures of progress and situated among historical actors who, if they happen not to eat well and sleep comfortably, are likely engaged in heroic tales of exploration and innovation.
In such narratives innovative technologies, invariably modern, new, sophisticated, or scientific, enable heroism and progress. Technology is a terrain of many meanings implicated in the multitude of human experiences not only through its innovation but also through use, consumption, production, and as a producer. This is even though poverty is as salient a feature of the world today as in the past, carcateristicos the poor inhabit these technological worlds too.
Through this open session call we seek to capture and understand these experiences and the multitudes of connections between technologies and poverties. We seek to include analysis of scarcities and deprivations in histories of making and doing, adding new rubrics from class stratification to hunger, inaccessible infrastructures to techniques of survival, work regimes to family strategies, nodes of consumption to networks of production.
Topics to be addressed might include: Themes will be refined based on submissions received by Dec 8, Miercoles 4 de noviembre. Jueves 3 de diciembre. Ciclo Medicina y Ciencia. Viernes 4 de diciembre.