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Història de la salut pública a Barcelona

L'Agència de Salut Pública de Barcelona ha digitalitzat una sèrie de publicacions de fa 30 anys, esgotades, per iniciar una secció d'història en el seu web. Inicialment hi ha dues publicacions en les que vaig intervenir directament, sobre la història del laboratori municipal de Barcelona (1988) i sobre la història de l'Institut Municipal de la Salut (1991). http://www.aspb.cat/quefem/documents.htm


STUDIES IN HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGICAL AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES ARTICLE PRIZE Beginning in 2015, this prize will be awarded biennially for the best article published in the journal Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences during the previous two years by an early career scholar. The prize, which is supported by Elsevier, is intended for those who, at the time of the article's publication, were doctoral students, or were within five years of being awarded their doctorates. Articles published in 2013 and 2014 will be eligible for the 2015 Prize. To nominate an article or articles for the 2015 Prize, please send an email to the Assistant Editor, Dominic Berry, at ph09djb@leeds.ac.uk<mailto:ph09djb@leeds.ac.uk > by 31 December 2014. Self-nominations are welcome, as are brief statements describing the oustanding quality and contribution of nominated articles. The winning article, as judged by the Editor-in-Chi

Programa definitivo XII Congreso de la SEHCYT

Ya se puede consultar en la página web del XII Congreso los Programas definitivos de las 18 Sesiones monográficas y temáticas, con los resúmenes de las 6 Conferencias plenarias y de las 180 Comunicaciones: https://sites.google.com/site/sehcyt2012/xii-congreso/sesiones-monograficas


Reminder: Registration is now open for EAMHMS Congress biennial meeting: London 4-6 th September 2014 **closing date for registration August 22 nd ** The European Association of Museums of the History of Medical Sciences Congress (EAMHMS) biennial meeting will be held in London from 4-5 September 2014, jointly hosted between the Science Museum, the Royal College of Surgeons (Hunterian Museum) & the Wellcome Collection. We have an exciting program and are looking forward to welcoming you to London. To find out more information about the conference program*, registration form and how to register visit:  http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/visitmuseum/Plan_your_visit/events/conferences/eamhms_meeting_2014 Registration fees are as follows: ·        Member £130 ·        Non-Member £150 The conference fee covers refreshments, Thursday evening’s buffet dinner and lunch on Friday.  There is an additional fee of £60 for the conference dinner hosted at

CFP: Urban Knowledge

Urban History Group 2015 University of Wolverhampton, 26-27 March Urban Knowledge This conference seeks to engage with a number of questions concerning the relationship between the city and knowledge. How is knowledge in, and of, the city formed and expressed? How is this knowledge used to manage and inform urban change? What constitutes ‘expert’ knowledge? How is knowledge contested between and within interest groups? The conference has three main areas for enquiry: 1. Knowledge in the City: This strand seeks to engage with the development of urban spaces and institutions for knowledge exchange. Suggestions for topics include: -           How were cities used as places to disseminate knowledge through, for example, itinerant lecturers, print culture, scientific meetings and learned societies?; -           Libraries, reading rooms, museums, and halls as spaces that condition knowledge; -           The development of medical, scientific and techn