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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

SPRING 2005: Seminars in the History of Science and Technology

Thursday 20 January 2005 Rob Iliffe, Imperial College The Newton Project. Room 5, Seminar & Learning Centre, Sherfield Building (entrance from the fifth floor).

Thursday 3 February 2005 David Edgerton, Imperial College Rethinking the Historiography of Science, the Military and War in the Twentieth Century Science Museum Conference Room, 2nd floor, Imperial College & Science Museum Library.

Thursday 17 February 2005 James Sumner, University of Manchester Retrieving Micro Histories: the Strange Case of the Domestic Microcomputer. Science Museum Conference Room, 2nd floor, Imperial College & Science Museum Library.

Thursday 3 March 2005 Christine Garwood, Open University A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing? The Victorian Flat-Earth Controversy. Room 8, Seminar and Learning Centre, Sherfield Building (entrance from the fifth floor).

Thursday 16 March 2005 Anne Harrington, Harvard University The Inner Life of (Disordered) Brains: Historical Reflections. Room 9, Seminar and Learning Centre, Sherfield Building (entrance from the fifth floor).

Seminars begin at 16.30, preceded by coffee, tea and biscuits at 16.15.

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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