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Louis Napoleon, Koning van Holland 1806-1810 en oprichter van het Koninklijk Instituut

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  • Studium Vol. 9, No. 4 beschikbaar: Rassenvraagstukken, Belgische anatomie en Delftse telescopen

    Zojuist is Studium, volume 9, issue 4 verschenen.

    Artikelen:

    • Synthesis and Race: Barge, Buytendijk, and the rassenvraagstuk of the 1930s (Sebastiaan Broere)
    • Het geheim van de anatoom: Adolphe Burggraeve en de ontwikkeling van de Belgische anatomie in de negentiende eeuw (Veronique Deblon & Pieter Huistra)

    De Doos van Pandora:

    • Een vroeg telescoopje uit Delft (Tiemen Cocquyt)

    Boekbesprekingen:

    • Cees Andriesse, Het verborgen veld. Een nieuwe geschiedenis van de natuurkunde (Amsterdam/Antwerpen: Atlas Contact 2015) 190 pp., ISBN 978 904 502 891 0, € 24,99. (Marijn Hollestelle)
    • Karen Hunger Parshall, Michael T. Walton & Bruce T. Moran (eds.), Bridging Traditions: Alchemy, Chemistry, and Paracelsian Practices in the Early Modern Era. Early Modern Studies 15 (Kirksville, Missouri: Truman State University Press 2015,) 300 pp., ill., ISBN 978 161 248 134 0, $ 50,00. (Joel A. Klein)
    • Annelies Noordhof-Hoorn, De stem van de student: Nederlandse studentenbladen in de negentiende eeuw (Hilversum: Verloren 2016) 384 pp., ill., ISBN 978 908 704 589 0, € 39. (Ad Maas)
    • Ab Flipse, Christelijke wetenschap. Nederlandse rooms-katholieken en gereformeerden over de natuurwetenschap, 1880–1940. Passage Reeks 44 (Hilversum: Verloren 2014) 328 pp., ill., ISBN 978 908 704 415 2, € 29,-. (Wim van der Schoor)
  • First Pieter Zeeman Lecture: Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, “On the Narrative Order of Things Experimental” (Amsterdam, 2 March 2017)

    On March 2nd, the first Pieter Zeemanlezing organised under auspices of the Vossius Center will be held by Hans-Jörg Rheinberger (Max Planck Institute for History of Science, Berlin). The lecture is titled On the Narrative Order of Things Experimental. Lees meer…

  • Report: Parchment, Paper, Pixels. International conference in Maastricht, 2-3 February 2017

    by Mariken Teeuwen

    On 2 and 3 February a small group of (mostly) manuscript researchers convened in Maastricht to share papers on a subject which has already been the topic of many conferences: digital tools for manuscript scholars. Nevertheless, some really interesting and inspiring contributions were on the program. Overall, what struck me is that multiple speakers were not afraid to characterize their endeavours to ‘do something digital’ with their data had actually failed, mostly because they underestimated the step between presenting the data in a digital format and making them understandable and usable for colleagues (Peter Stokes). Lees meer…

  • Call for Nominations: Ranald McDonald Award (Deadline: 11 July 2017)

    The international Ranald MacDonald Award will be annually granted to a preferably ‘young’, writer and/or artist for their ‘first’ work in the public domain. The work should shed new light on the relations between Asia, Europe and/or North America. The board will assess the nominations on the basis of their ‘Beauty, Goodness and Truth’. The award amounts to 5,000 Euros and will be announced every October 11. Lees meer…

  • Proposal and call for papers: “Technology, natural resources and crises in the past and present of Europe and beyond” (Various venues; deadline 11 February 2017)

    There are many examples in history where the overexploitation of resources led to depletion and pollution and caused societal, environmental and technological crises. The aim of this project is to examine connections between resources, crises and technology in Europe or in European engagements beyond Europe in the 16th to 21st centuries. Particular attention will be paid to the circulation of technologies, knowledge and ideas within Europe and from or to Europe, which are related to resource crises. This includes circulation processes within individual countries (e.g., between centers and periphery), in between European countries (e.g. East-West and North-South) and between Europe and other continents (e.g. with European colonies). With this approach we propose to discuss the crossroads between the history of technology, environmental history, and the history of exploitation of natural resources in a longue-durée perspective with the help of individual case studies. Lees meer…

  • Call for Contributions: A science of what and for whom? Historical understandings and perspectives of agricultural science (Leuven, 31 January 2017)

    It is striking how the agricultural sciences have undergone a series of conceptual and practical changes between the early modern period and the present. Through four case studies this panel will highlight some of the different ways in which the agricultural sciences have been conceptualized and communicated throughout the western world. Lees meer…

  • Report: The De Glind Conference and the Twilight of Disciplinarity (Shells & Pebbles)

    By Christiaan Engberts

    The History of Science PhD-Conference at De Glind is the successor of the biennial conferences at Rolduc. Two years ago, Hans Schouwenburg noticed a remarkable diversity of topics in his report of the Rolduc gathering. A great variety again characterized this year’s meeting. This was clearly reflected in the different backgrounds of the participants.

    Read more on Shells & Pebbles

  • Call for Applications: TransPositions Summer School 2017: “Sensible Objects, Material Engagement, Skilled Expertise” (Zeist, 21-25 August; Deadline 22 February 2017)

    Applications are requested for the TransPositions Summer School 2017: Sensible Objects, Material Engagement, Skilled Expertise, to be held from Monday 21 August through Friday 25 August 2017 in the Woudschoten Hotel & Conference Centre near Utrecht, The Netherlands.

    This edition of the TransPositions Summer School focusses on material culture and the senses. How can we investigate sensory experiences of past material cultures or cultures that are not our own? And how can we reconstruct in our studies the experiential richness of ephemera and material practices “lost in transmission” or only preserved in textual sources? The summer school approaches these questions across different disciplines including art history, archaeology, anthropology, conservation, musicology, performance and media studies, cognitive science, and religion- and science studies. Lees meer…

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