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Autumn 2005 – Seminars in the History of Science and Technology

///Autumn 2005 – Seminars in the History of Science and Technology

Autumn 2005 – Seminars in the History of Science and Technology

South Kensington Institute for the History of Technology: a collaborative enterprise of the Science Museum and the Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Imperial College

Thursday 6 October 2005 Andrew Warwick, Imperial College From Physical Laboratory to Roentgenhaus: Making X-Rays Medical in Early Twentieth-Century Hamburg. Room 5, Seminar and Learning Centre

Thursday 20 October 2005 Graeme Gooday, University of Leeds The Many Deaths of Lord Salisbury’s Gardener: Historical Problems of Electricity and Risk. Room 7, Seminar and Learning Centre

Thursday 3 November 2005 A. E. L. Davis, Imperial College Kepler’s mathematical astronomy. (provisional title) Room 5, Seminar and Learning Centre

Thursday 17 November 2005 John Pickstone, University of Manchester The Artificial Hip: Medical Technology, Professions and Industry from 1950. Room 7, Seminar and Learning Centre

Thursday 24 November 2005 (NB: extra seminar out of sequence) Alexis de Greiff, National University of Colombia, Bogotá What We Still Don’t Know about South-North Technoscientific Exchange: North-centrism, Scientific Diffusion and the Social Studies of Science. Room 5, Seminar and Learning Centre

Thursday 1 December 2005 Saul Dubow, University of Sussex Science and Technology in the High Apartheid State. Room 5, Seminar and Learning Centre

Seminars begin at 16.30, preceded by coffee, tea and biscuits at 16.15. All the seminars are now held in the Imperial College Seminar and Learning Centre, which is accessed from the fifth floor of the Sherfield Building.

For further details please contact Dr Peter Morris, The Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2DD. E-mail: [email protected]

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