May 17, 2019, Simon Fraser University, Downtown Vancouver Campus, Canada
This is a networking event to bring together those working in history and philosophy of science in the region that is broadly defined in terms of the tectonic structure of the Cascadia region (or, driving distance to Vancouver). Participants may register to attend or to have an abstract considered for presentation.
Partial travel support is available to facilitate participation for scholars in the Greater Cascadia region.
- Opening Keynote speaker: Hasok Chang
- Late morning sessions: up to three parallel sessions, organized by topic
- Early afternoon sessions: up to three parallel sessions, organized by topic
- Closing speaker: John Dupre
- Workshop dinner downtown
There will be supplementary events and informal networking opportunities before and after the workshop, including a session with experts on citizen science, public awareness, and research, at the Vancouver Aquarium.
Call for papers
Please submit titles and abstracts up to 500 words here. Abstracts will be anonymized by an independent research assistant prior to review. Preference will be given to those working in the Greater Cascadia region (roughly, BC, Alberta, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and Northern California). Please check the relevant box if you are in this region.
Submission portal is accessible here.
Deadline for abstract submission: 4 February 2019.
Notifications about acceptance will be sent out no later than 16 February 2019.
Call for attendance: If you wish to attend the workshop but not submit for presentation, additional spots will be available. Please note this in the submission portal.
Deadline: February 4, 2019
Posted: January 02, 2019