The Institute for Philosophical Research, through the Coordination of Humanities, of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, UNAM), offers postdoctoral research fellowships . Postdoctoral fellows are expected to: a) Carry out their proposed research, and publish its results. b) Work full time on their research project. c) Participate in the academic activities of the Institute. d) Teach two courses throughout the year of their fellowship and supervise the work of undergraduate and graduate students. Knowledge of Spanish is not required, but successful non-Spanish speaking applicants will be expected to learn the language during their stay. The deadline for applications is August 9 th , 2019. Applications or letters of recommendation sent after this date will not be accepted. The fellowship begins on March 1 st , 2020. Duration. One year (with possible renewal for a second year). Grant. $32, 000.00 MXN per month, ta
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The History of Science and Technology Department at The Johns Hopkins University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in the history of modern life sciences Inquiries may be sent to the search committee Chair, María M. Portuondo ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). The job description is shown below and attached as a flyer (pdf). Application instructions are listed on the department's website here: https://host.jhu.edu/ 2019/07/16/faculty-position- in-history-of-modern-life- sciences/ ***** Faculty Position in History of the Modern Life Sciences The Department of the History of Science and Technology at The Johns Hopkins University invites applications for the position of tenure-track assistant professor in the history of the modern life sciences with the anticipated start date of July 1, 2020. The position is open to all areas of scholarship within the history of modern life sciences in the 18th - 21st centuries. Candidates sho
It is time for H-Nutrition’s annual short-essay series again. This year's series is entitled "Figures." We invite authors to analyze an object or image that you find particularly meaningful in your study of the history of nutrition. Perhaps it is the food advertisement that sparked your interest for your first project. Maybe you could tell us about the calorimeter displayed in the library. Or even the bathroom scale that made the scholarly suddenly very personal. Do you use material culture when you teach students about the history of food and food science? Have you come across particularly striking food packaging or nutritional labeling? What visual source figures prominantly in your work on how food or drink intersect health and science? There are no restrictions on geographical location or time period. Preference will be given to submissions that speak to the history of nutrition specifically rather than food history more generally. Suggested leng
More info at https://philevents.org/event/s how/74754 Turning the mirror: from scientific pluralism to pluralism in HPS Dates: 8th-9th January 2020 Venue: Egenis, the University of Exeter, UK Co-organisers: Alex Aylward (University of Leeds) and Adrian Currie (University of Exeter) Various forms of scientific pluralism are widely accepted by historians and philosophers of science, but what lessons might pluralism about science have for the methods and practice of HPS itself? We are seeking contributions from three to four postgraduate/early-career participants. As the workshop includes diverse formats, contributions may take any form, from a traditional conference paper, to a roundtable discussion, to some other format entirely. We aim to make some funds available to support participants’ travel to Exeter, but will not be able to confirm funding until later in the year. Please send proposals (max. 500 words) to both Alex ( email@example.com ) and Ad
The Centre for the Study of Medicine and the Body in the Renaissance (CSMBR) is seeking proposals for the new series PALGRAVE STUDIES IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN MEDICINE edited by Jonathan Barry (University of Exeter, United Kingdom) and Fabrizio Bigotti (Julius-Maximilians- Universität Würzburg, Germany). The series provides a high-quality outlet for academic monographs and edited collections devoted to the history of medicine in the period 1100-1800 . It pays particular attention to intellectual history and history of ideas history and philosophy of science history of medicine and technology history of medical institutions medical biographies mutual bearings between medical humanities and the arts (including but not limited to music and architecture) . Further topics include: history of medical traditions and practices philosophy of medicine and biology medical correspondences and archival documents.
Ha estat publicat el llibre “¿Entre el fiscal y el verdugo?: Mateu Orfila y la toxicología del siglo XIX” a càrrec de José Ramón Bertomeu (IILP-UV). El llibre ofereix una biografia del més famós toxicòleg del segle XIX mitjançant un conjunt de relats curts fonamentats amb fonts molt diverses que parlen de les activitats educatives, mèdiques, musicals i judicials de Mateu Orfila.
Conference Wittgenstein: Naturalism and Necessity Department of Philosophy Wittgenstein Archives Bergen University of Bergen, Norway 21-22 November 2019 We invite submissions of 500-word abstracts (excluding references) sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com . Please use 'Wittgenstein conference' in the subject line. Deadline 25 August, decisions by 20 September. Length of the talk: 25 min + 20 min Q&A. There is no registration fee, but the contributed speakers will have to arrange their travel to, and accommodation in Bergen (organizers can provide logistical assistance). The conference will include invited talks by Juliet Floyd (Boston), Oskari Kuusela (East Anglia), Alexander George (Amherst College), Annalisa Coliva (UC Irvine), Severin Schroeder (Reading), William Child (Oxford). Possible paper topics: - Questions about Wittgenstein’s naturalism and necessity, logico-mathematical and/or metaphysical - Differe
AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral Studentship Proposals for the Science Museums and Archives Consortium—2019 Call
AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral Studentship Proposals for the Science Museums and Archives Consortium—2019 Call The Science Museums and Archives Consortium is delighted to announce the 2019 Call for Proposals for AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral Awards to be supported through our Collaborative Doctoral Partnership. About the programme: The Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) programme provides funding for doctoral projects jointly proposed by a university-based academic in collaboration with a member of staff at the Science Museums and Archives Consortium (SMAC). Following appointment, doctoral candidates are jointly supervised by subject and collections specialists at both their Higher Education Institute (HEI) and at one or more of the institutions of the SMAC Consortium, comprising BT Archives, Science Museum Group (National Science and Media Museum, Science and Industry Museum, the National Railway Museum and Locomotion), The Royal Geographical S
The grant listed below is a great initiative of the Technical University in Berlin. I would be happy to support suitable applications in history of nuclear sciences, science diplomacy, or gender and science/technology. In case of interest do not hesitate to contact me IPODI: https://www.ipodi.tu-berlin. de/ipodi/ipodi/ An additional funding scheme includes Marie Curie Actions: https://ec.europa.eu/research/ mariecurieactions/funded- projects TU info: https://www.tudoc.tu-berlin. de/menue/nachwuchsbuero/ parameter/en/