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EUI | History of Science

Dubald, Déborah (10 sept. 2015)

The History of Science working group is a non-official, student-led group aimed at bringing together PhD researchers with similar interests in History of Science. Thus, the group’s members engage with a wide coverage of topics ranging from natural history over imperial science to amateur ...

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LISTS: ТRANSLATING ETHNOGRAPHIC DATA TABLES INTO MAPS

Gibson, Catherine (20 janv. 2017)

Lists are often treated as a ‘matter-of-fact, unrhetorical, and innocent’ source by historians (Delbourgo & Müller-Wille 2012, 711). At the same time, they can be daunting to work with because of the sheer volume of information they contain: inventories and census data often run to many ...

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Author's hand and printer's mind: the conference in tweets

Dubald, Déborah (20 sept. 2015)

It has been a rich and energising conference! We tried to catch most of it in our tweets, which you can find in Storified form. Just click the image below.

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05/10/2015 -- Introductory meeting

Dubald, Déborah (25 sept. 2015)

The History of Science Working Group is pleased to announce its   Introductory Meeting  to the New Academic Year  Monday, 5 October 2015, 14:00-15:00, sala Triaria, Villa Schifanoia, EUI   Agenda : * General presentation and discussion of the group's objectives and activities * Introduction to ...

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#BSHSPG2017 - Call for Paper is out!

Dubald, Déborah (9 oct. 2016)

The Call for Paper for  #BSHSPG2017 is out! Annual British Society for the History of Science (BSHS) Postgraduate Conference in collaboration with the European University Institute Florence (EUI) and the Centre Alexandre-Koyré Paris (CAK), Florence, 5-7 April 2017 As the 2017 conveyor of the ...

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#BSHSPG2017: programme is out!

Dubald, Déborah (15 mars 2017)

Just a few weeks to go before the big day! #BSHSPG2017 poster and programme are now officially out, and you can register here (please note that speakers are not expected to register) and have a closer look at the programme from here.

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Lists!

Dubald, Déborah (10 nov. 2016)

List of toponyms from the fieldwork notebook of Ia. Kuznetsov, 1896. Archives of the Russian Geographical Society, St Petersburg. F11, ap.1, no.4. The EUIHoS is pleased to invite you to its next meeting: Lists! Whether they group plants, stuffed animals, or potential tax payers, lists are often a ...

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‘Chasing Unicorns and Amassing Rhinos to Think About the History of Knowledge’

Dubald, Déborah (1 déc. 2016)

Unicorn (Monoceros). Conrad Gesner, Historiae Animalium; liber primus, qui est de quadrupedibus viviparis, Zurich, 1551. retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Historiae_animalium_1551_De_Monocerote.jpg Do not miss our next session on:  ‘Chasing Unicorns and Amassing Rhinos to ...

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EUI History of Science: Spring/Summer Calendar

Gibson, Catherine (24 janv. 2017)

Thinking Sciences at large: Towards a Connected History of Sciences Convenor: Stéphane Van Damme In collaboration with the Working Group in History of Science - 6 February: Dagmar Schäfer (Max Planck Institute, Berlin): 'Ming China disintegrated. The chances and pitfalls of the global view' -9 ...

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‘Viviani, Galileo, Ghiberti: the manuscript traces of Florentine science’

doritbrixius (4 mars 2016)

This year again, the History of Science Working Group is happy to invite you to ‘Science in Florence’ visits, which encourage the exploration of Florence’ very own institutions of the history of science. The first visit will take us to the Manuscript Department of the Biblioteca Nazionale ...

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