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This page lists events across the University of Warwick which relate to the history of science and technology:

Spring Term 2020

Wed 8 Jan '20

GHCC Reading Group: Warsh, American Baroque: Pearls and the Nature of Empire, 1492-1700 (2018)

Wed 29 Jan '20

GHCC Reading Group: Voyles, Wastelanding: Legacies of Uranium Mining in Navajo Country (2015)

GHCC Workshop: Science, Technology, and Environment

Fri 6 Mar '20

EMECC Workshop: 'How Can you Tell? Judgment in Early Modern Europe'

Wed 6 May '20

GHCC Reading Group: Amrith, Unruly Waters: How Mountains Rivers and Monsoons Have Shaped South Asia’s History (2018)

Tue 26 May '20

CHM/GHCC joint seminar: Erica Charters (Oxford), on early modern medicine in a global context (title TBC)

Autumn Term 2019

Sat 5 Oct '19

Warwick Words History Festival: Elise Smith and James Poskett, 'Skull Sciences: Histories of the Brain and Mind'

Tues 15 Oct '19

CHM Seminar: Claire Shaw, 'Just Like it is at Home! Deafness and Socialist Internationalism during the Cold War'

Wed 30 Oct '19

GHCC Seminar: Helen Curry, 'In Search of Native Seeds: Histories of Indigenous Agriculture and the Imagined Futures of Farming'

Fri 15 Nov '19

GHCC Annual Conference: Race in Global History

Wed 27 Nov '19

CHM Seminar: Sophie Mann, 'Double Nature, Double Care and the Ensouled Human Body'

Sat 7 Dec '19

British Society for the History of Mathematics Christmas Meeting

Summer Term 2019

Wed 8 May '19

Global Reading Group: Slobodian, Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism

Fri 17 and Sat 18 May '19

Conference: Technologies of Mind and Body in the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc (at the University of Nottingham)

Fri 7 June '19

IAS: Error in the Age of Thomas Browne Conference

Thu 15 to Sat 17 June '19

LabCut's University of Warwick Film Workshop

Wed 28 June '19

Global History and Culture Centre Workshop: Empires and Natural Resources

Spring Term 2019

Wed 6 Mar '19

Global Seminar: Samir Boumediene, 'Questionnaires and the History of Knowledge in the Early Modern'

Wed 21 Apr '19

Global Reading Group: Marcon, The Knowledge of Nature and the Nature of Knowledge in Early Modern Japan

Wed 9 May '18

IAS Visiting Fellow: Prof. Lawrence Principe Public Lecture 'Alchemy at the Cutting-Edge'

Tue 8 May '18

IAS Visiting Fellow: Prof. Lawrence Principe Alchemy Masterclass