November HPS&ST Newsletter

The November HPS&ST Newsletter is on the web here.

CONTENTS

  • Introduction
  • Appointment of Newsletter Assistant Editor, Stanislav Južnič
  • Linda Hall Library 2020 Fellowships
  • Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP) Eighth Biennial Conference, 7 – 10 July 2020, Michigan State University, USA
  • Journal Special Issue: “Idealization, Representation, Explanation Across the Sciences”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science
  • The Partington Prize 2020
  • 8th Integrated History and Philosophy of Science Conference (&HPS8), Virginia Tech, Blacksburgh VA, July 15-17, 2020
  • British Society for History of Science Annual Conference, 8-11 July 2010, Aberystwyth University
  • Science, Religion and Big Questions Conference, 22-23 June 2020, University of Oxford
  • Objects of Understanding: Historical Perspectives on Material Artefacts and Practices in Science Education, Europa-Universität Flensburg (Germany), 29 June – 3 July 2020
  • 24th Conference of the International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry (ISPC 2020), July 21 -July 23, 2020, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • European Society for History of Science Biennial Conference, Bologna, August 31-September 3, 2020
  • World Logic Day, January 14
  • Association for History of Scientific Knowledge in Central, Eastern and South-eastern Europe
  • 4th International Conference on Science and Literature, University of Girona, Spain, 2-4 July 2020
  • Opinion Page: The Defence of Science and the Status of Māori Knowledge, Michael Corballis, Elizabeth Rata and Robert Nola
  • PhD Theses in HPS&ST Domain
  • Recent HPS&ST Research Articles
  • Recent HPS&ST Related Books
  • Coming HPS&ST Related Conferences
  • HPS&ST Related Organisations and Websites

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Michael R. Matthews, UNSW, m.matthews@unsw.edu.au.

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Regards,
Michael Matthews