February 2022 Reading Group – HSTM Ireland Network

The HSTM Network Ireland reading group meet online once a month to engage in discussion about a topical article in the fields of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine. Our next meeting will take place on: Friday, 25th February 2022, 1:00-2:00pm, Zoom We will be reading: Finnegan, D. A. (2017). Finding a scientific voice: … More February 2022 Reading Group – HSTM Ireland Network

CHOMI Seminar Series – Estuarial Vectors in the Sanitary State: Hydrology, Shellfish, and Urban Typhoid Epidemics in Ireland, 1880-1910, 10th February at 4:15pm

Please join us on Feb 10th at 4:15pm for the next event in our Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland (CHOMI) spring seminar series: Dr Emily Webster (UCD School of History) will speak on: Estuarial Vectors in the Sanitary State: Hydrology, Shellfish, and Urban Typhoid Epidemics in Ireland, 1880-1910.  At the end of the … More CHOMI Seminar Series – Estuarial Vectors in the Sanitary State: Hydrology, Shellfish, and Urban Typhoid Epidemics in Ireland, 1880-1910, 10th February at 4:15pm

Conference: The Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland, Call for Papers – Deadline for submissions, 31st January 2022

The Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland plans to run a two-day in-person conference at UCD, Friday 24th – Saturday 25th June 2022, on the theme of New Perspectives on Conflict and Ireland in the Nineteenth Century.  The conference will be organised by Dr Paul Huddie (UCD Humanities Institute) with the assistance of Dr Niamh … More Conference: The Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland, Call for Papers – Deadline for submissions, 31st January 2022

Lecture: The Medical Students from London who went to help at Belsen during the war, 26th January 2022 at 7pm

The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland’s History of Medicine Section hosts, Professor Stephen Challacombe, PhD, FDSRCS, FMedSci, DSc, FKCKings College, London who will present at this free lecture hosted via Zoom. In early April 1945, 96 medical students from the London Schools volunteered to help at Belsen concentration camp. On arrival, they were assigned one … More Lecture: The Medical Students from London who went to help at Belsen during the war, 26th January 2022 at 7pm

January 2022 Reading Group – HSTM Ireland Network

The HSTM Network Ireland reading group meet online once a month to engage in discussion about a topical article in the fields of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine. Our next meeting will take place on: Friday, 21st January 2022, 1:00-2:00pm, Zoom We will be reading: Milam, E. L., & Nye, R. A. (2015). … More January 2022 Reading Group – HSTM Ireland Network

Conference: The Irish History Student’s Association, Call for Papers – Deadline for submissions, 7th January 2022

The Irish History Students’ Association, in association with Trinity College Dublin, is pleased to announce the Call for Papers for its 73rd Annual Conference. The event will run from 25 – 26 February 2022, as a hybrid conference due to ongoing public health restrictions. Proposals are invited for papers (in English or Irish) on any … More Conference: The Irish History Student’s Association, Call for Papers – Deadline for submissions, 7th January 2022

Gendering para-citizenship: an exploration of women, men and disability in modern Chinese history, CHOMI seminar, 18 Nov. 4.15 pm

Professor Sarah Dauncey (University of Nottingham) How have disabled men and women been conceptualised in modern Chinese history? In this talk, Sarah Dauncey looks at the construction of gendered disabled identities specifically from the perspective of Chinese cultural epistemologies. Drawing on her new theory of para-citizenship – a compelling framework for understanding the complex and … More Gendering para-citizenship: an exploration of women, men and disability in modern Chinese history, CHOMI seminar, 18 Nov. 4.15 pm

November 2021 Reading Group – HSTM Ireland

The HSTM Network Ireland reading group meet online once a month to engage in discussion about a topical article in the fields of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine. Our next meeting will take place on: Friday, 19th November 2021, 1-2:00pm, Zoom We will be reading: Wynter, R. (2021). Ambition, ‘failure’ and the laboratory: … More November 2021 Reading Group – HSTM Ireland

August 2021 Reading Group – HSTM Ireland Network

The HSTM Network Ireland reading group meet online once a month to engage in discussion about a topical article in the fields of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine. Our next meeting will take place on: Friday, August 20th 2021, 1-2:30pm, Zoom We will be reading: Wynter, R. (2021). Ambition, ‘failure’ and the laboratory: … More August 2021 Reading Group – HSTM Ireland Network

HSTM Magazine – Call For Contributions!

The History of Science, Technology & Medicine (HSTM) Network of Ireland was established in 2014 to foster research, teaching and public engagement in Ireland and beyond, while linking Irish researchers to the international community of scholars. Since then, the network has hosted annual conferences, promoted awareness of archival sources across the island, advocated HSTM as … More HSTM Magazine – Call For Contributions!