The Australasian Association for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science (AAHPSSS) Conference 2003 to be held at Whitley College, University of Melbourne June 30 – July 3 has a full and exciting program of papers and activities.
Sessions include: History of Australian Science Environmental History in Australia and the Pacific History and Philosophy of Statistics and Mathematics Science and Law, Teaching HPS Managing Assemblages Restoring the Science in the History of Early Scientific Institutions: The Early Royal Society and the Accademia del Cimento
Plenary Lecture by Kenan Malik, What Science can and cannot tell us about Human Nature’.
Dyason Lecture by Rod Home, Points or Rods: Lightening Rods and the Basis of Decision-Making in Late-18th-Century British Science.
The conference draft program and registration form are available on the AAHPSSS conference webpage available via a link from either the Melbourne HPS home page http://www.hps.unimelb.edu.au or the AAHPSSS website http://www.usyd.edu.au/hps/aahpsss/
Early bird registrations close June 6!!
Enquiries to Rosemary Robins Conference Secretary rmrobin[email protected]
Dr Rosemary Robins Department of History & Philosophy of Science University of Melbourne Victoria, 3010 AUSTRALIA +61 3 8344 8872 (voice) +61 3 8344 7959 (fax)