• 2nd CfP : 12ICHC Maastricht 29 July - 2 August, 2019

    Ernst Homburg, Maastricht University (chair of the Local Organizing Committee)
    Christoph Meinel, Universität Regensburg, and Ignacio Suay-Matallana, Universidad Miguel Hernández (chairs of the Steering Organizing Committee) Rational
    Every two years the Working Party on History of Chemistry (WPHC) of the European Chemical Society (EuChemS) organizes an international conference on the history of chemistry, open to colleagues from all over the world. The 12th International (...)

  • Special section of History of Mathematics, XXI UMI Congress

    Organising institution
    Italian Mathematical Union (UMI) Organiser(s)
    Maria Teresa Borgato (Univ. Ferrara), Erika Luciano (Univ. Torino) Dates and time of the event
    2-7.9.2019 Place of the event
    Pavia Rational
    Dear colleagues,
    we would like to inform you of the next UMI Congress to be held in Pavia from 2 to 7 September 2019. We urge you to participate in the special section of History of Mathematics:
    The (...)

  • "The great protector of wits. D’Holbach 1789-2019" (Goettingen, 9-11 may 2019. Deadline: 30 octobre 2018)

    Laura Nicolì (Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Goettingen)
    Franziska Meier (Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen) Rational
    International conference "The great protector of wits. D’Holbach 1789-2019" (Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Goettingen, 9-11 may 2019)
    Call for papers / Appel à contributions: http://www.uni-goettingen.de/en/593529.html
    Deadline: 30 october 2018 Contact email
    lauranicoli85@gmail.com Deadline for paper submission (...)

  • Social Technologies and Global Knowledge Economies, 1750-1850

    4th to 6th April 2019, Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Göttingen Organisers
    Dominik Hünniger (Lichtenberg-Kolleg)
    Rachel Koroloff (Lichtenberg-Kolleg)
    Joanna Wharton (Lichtenberg-Kolleg) Rational
    The remarkable density of connections that characterized knowledge production between 1750 and 1850 has long figured in definitions of the “rise of modernity.” The commerce of ideas through correspondence networks and print as well as manuscript circulation in salons, learned societies and other (...)


    The History of Science Society (HSS) will hold its 2019 annual meeting in the beautiful Dutch town of Utrecht, a short train ride from Amsterdam. Since this will be the HSS’s first meeting outside of North America, and we will be closer to scholars in Russia, in East and South Asia, and Africa, we especially encourage proposals that include scholars from different countries. The Society encourages submissions on all topics. Proposals (250word maximum for abstracts) must be submitted via the (...)