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History of Science, Technology, and Medicine
Fall Colloquium 2014

Previous Colloquia

Unless otherwise indicated, the lectures are held on Fridays at 3:35 p.m. in room 131 of the Tate Laboratory of Physics on the Minneapolis campus of the University of Minnesota (refreshments at 3:15 p.m. in Room 216).

September 12
Martin Summers
Department of History, African
and African Diaspora Studies Program
Boston College
(abstract)

September 19
155 Nicholson Hall, East Bank Campus
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
Karen Detlefsen *
Department of Philosophy
University of Pennsylvania
(abstract)

September 26
Alistair Sponsel
Department of History
Vanderbilt University
(abstract)

October 3
155 Nicholson Hall, East Bank Campus
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
Author Meets Readers *
The Yablo Paradox:
An Essay on Circularity

Author: Roy Cook
Readers:
Stephen Donaho
Department of Philosophy
Normandate Community College
Roy Sorensen
(abstract)

October 10
Karen Rader
Department of History
Virginia Commonwealth University
(abstract)

October 17
155 Nicholson Hall, East Bank Campus
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
Marcus Feldman *
Department of Biology
StanfordUniversity
(abstract)

October 24

October 31
Jeroen van Dongen **
History of Science
University of Amsterdam/Utrecht University
(abstract)

November 7
No Colloquium

November 14
Rivka Feldhay
History of Science and Ideas
Tel Aviv University
(abstract)

November 21
155 Nicholson Hall, East Bank Campus
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
Tarja Knuuttila *
Department of Philosophy
University of South Carolina
(abstract)

November 29
No Colloquium: Thanksgiving

December 5
Arthur Daemmrich
University of Kansas Medical Center
(abstract)

* Cosponsored by Studies of Science and Technology and the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science.
** Cosponsored by the Program in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine and the School of Physics and Astronomy.

History of Science, Technology, and Medicine
Spring Colloquium 2015

Previous Colloquia

Unless otherwise indicated, the lectures are held on Fridays at 3:35 p.m. in room 131 of the Tate Laboratory of Physics on the Minneapolis campus of the University of Minnesota (refreshments at 3:15 p.m. in Room 216).

January 23
275 Nicholson Hall, East Bank Campus
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
Annual Science Studies Symposium

January 30
Andrew Odlyzko
School of Mathematics
University of Minnesota

February 6

February 13
275 Nicholson Hall, East Bank Campus
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
Christian WŁthrich *
Department of Philosophy
University of California, San Diego

February 20

February 27

March 6
275 Nicholson Hall, East Bank Campus
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
Andrea Woody
Department of Philosophy
University of Washington

March 13
No Colloquium: Spring Break

March 20
No Colloquium: Spring Break

March 27

April 3

April 10
275 Nicholson Hall, East Bank Campus
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
Mazviita Chirimuuta *
Department of History and Philosophy of Science
University of Pittsburgh

April 17
Francesca Bray **
Department of Anthropology
University of California, Santa Barbara

April 24
Lesley Tomory
Department of History and Classical Studies
McGill University

May 1
275 Nicholson Hall, East Bank Campus
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
Eric Angner *

* Cosponsored by Studies of Science and Technology and the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science.
** Cosponsored by the Center for Early Modern History.

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