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Seminars in the History of Science and Technology

///Seminars in the History of Science and Technology

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

SUMMER 2005

Seminars in the History of Science and Technology

Thursday 28 April 2005 Daryn Lehoux, University of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada The Rain in Attica Falls Mainly under Sagitta.

Thursday 12 May 2005 John Krige, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, and National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC Technology, Hegemony and US Space Collaboration.

Thursday 26 May 2005 Charlotte Sleigh, University of Kent at Canterbury Ants at Work: Labour and Identity in Contemporary Myrmecology.

Thursday 9 June 2005 No seminar

Thursday 23 June 2005 Michael Bravo, University of Cambridge Can Oceans be Improved? William Scoresby and Arctic Whaling (1782-1822).

Seminars begin at 16.30, preceded by coffee, tea and biscuits at 16.15. They will all take place in the Imperial College Seminar and Learning Centre, Imperial College Library (entrance from the fifth floor of the Sherfield Building). The precise room being used will be given in the mailing for each seminar.

For further details please contact Dr Peter Morris, The Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2DD. Tel: 0207 942 4167 email: [email protected]

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