Southern Science

Southern Science

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In a post last month for the "Southern Roundtable" blog, Jay Malone (HSS executive director) makes a few noteworthy claims. For i...
Looking Outward

Looking Outward

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In case you missed it, HSS president Lynn Nyhart used her column in the last newsletter to ask the history of science community of scholars...
Psychology of Color

Psychology of Color

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A fascinating CFP for a conference on "Color, Commerce, and Consumption in Global Historical Perspective" went up a while back. ...
Darwin vs. Lincoln: The Case of Pragmatism

Darwin vs. Lincoln: The Case of Pragmatism

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This past weekend saw an interesting anniversary: the double birthday of Charles Darwin and Abraham Lincoln, who were born across the Atlant...
Shoot the rats, don't eat them

Shoot the rats, don't eat them

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Margaret Humphreys will give a talk on the history of Civil War medicine on Feb. 29 at 6pm at the New York Academy of Medicine (details belo...
CFP: George Perkins Marsh Conference

CFP: George Perkins Marsh Conference

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For your consideration--- A conference celebrating (physical geographer and other things) George Perkins Marsh : An American for all Season...
What is the best (first) book on HOS in America right now?

What is the best (first) book on HOS in America right now?

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Know the answer? Let us know! FHSA wants to recognize a great work. Here's the official call: The Forum for the History of Science in ...

Science & US Intellectual History

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The Society for US Intellectual History (S-USIH, or "sushi") runs both a  blog and an an...
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