Co-editors, Dahlia Porter and Tim Fulford, are delighted to announce the creation of an open access website making available the letters of Thomas Beddoes (1760-1808) the pioneer of pneumatic medicine, mentor of Humphry Davy, and collaborator with S. T. Coleridge, Erasmus Darwin, Maria Edgeworth, Robert Southey, Thomas Wedgwood, and James Watt. The website is part … More Announcement of a New Scholarly Resource in the Histories of Science, Literature, and Medicine: Collected Letters of Thomas Beddoes
The CIUHCT (Interuniversitary Center for the History of Science and Technology, UL/UNL, Lisbon, Portugal) is happy to announce that the recordings of the CIUHCT Lectures 2022 are now available through the CIUHCT Youtube Chanel, here. The available recordings are: 2022 #1 Simon Schaffer (University of Cambridge): “Astronomy Colonized: British Orientalism and Astral Sciences in Northern India” 2022 #2 Tania Salgado … More CIUHCT Lectures 2022 are now available on Youtube
Irish History Online (https://www.ria.ie/irish-history-online) is a bibliographic catalogue comprised of publications written about Irish history from earliest times to the present. It currently holds over 111,000 records of writings in Irish history. To facilitate its work it has added a new feature where authors can provide details of their own publications (in Irish history). This … More Irish History Online: new form for submitting bibliographic information
We are delighted to announce that the first 40 interviews of the National HIV Story Trust (NHST) are now available to view in the Mediatheque at London Metropolitan Archives (LMA). The interviews could be made accessible thanks to a substantial grant by the Wellcome Trust, through its Research Resources in Medical History scheme, that funded … More HIV/AIDS filmed interviews publicly accessible at the London Metropolitan Archives
The University of Manchester are very pleased to announce that CHSTM Research Seminars are back. They aim to produce a varied programme featuring invited speakers from institutions across Britain and the world, ranging from well-known senior figures to promising younger members of the profession. They are particularly keen to foster an interdisciplinary atmosphere; alongside all … More CHSTM Seminars, University of Manchester
The History of Medicine Section of RAMI invite you to attend “Women on Walls” on Wednesday 3rd July 2019 Free Admission This is an invitation to ALL RAMI Sections not just History of Medicine. The meeting has been kindly organised by Ms. Mary O’Doherty (Assistant Librarian, Special Collections, RCSI Heritage Collections) who has been a … More Invitation to view “WOMEN ON WALLS”
The International Union of History and Philosophy of Science and Technology (IUHPST) invites submissions for the 2019 IUHPST Essay Prize in History and Philosophy of Science. This prize competition, planned to continue on a biennial basis, seeks to encourage fresh methodological thinking on the history and philosophy of science as an integrated discipline. Entries in … More IUHPST Essay Prize in History and Philosophy of Science
HSTM Network Ireland is looking for volunteers to help run a HSTM event at the Dublin Festival of History 2018 It is envisaged that the event would be a type of roadshow where individuals would bring along household HSTM objects. These would then be photographed, placed on the web, information about them crowdsourced, and then a … More Volunteers needed for HSTM event!
Congratulations to the prize winners of the Notes and Records paper prize from this year’s HSTM Network Ireland Conference, Francesca Minen (1st) and Andrew Morris (2nd).
Note to authors of HSTM material If anyone is aware of Irish HSTM publications not on Irish History Online, please send them to the Network at HSTMNetworkIreland@gmail.com and they will be forwarded to IHO. Thanks.