Becky Higgitt, the principal investigator of the Metropolitan Science project, recently wrote a blogpost for the Royal Historical Society about our recent conference, Science in the City. In it she explained the rationale behind our decision to switch it over to an online-only event, described the format we adopted and its technical requirements, and reflected … More Science in the City – Survey Results in!
These reflections on the Science in the City conference were first published on Historical Transactions, the blog of the Royal Historical Society. We will follow up next week with a post drawing on the results of our survey of participants. Re-thinking Early in March, it became clear that our conference, Science in the City 1500-1800, … More A rapid-turnaround online conference
Panel commentary and open discussion live [here] at 16:00 Concluding comments on the conference will be offered by the panel, consisting of: Professor Catherine Clarke, Director of the Centre for the History of People, Place and Community at the IHR Dr Rebekah Higgitt, Senior Lecturer in History of Science at the University of Kent and … More Session 8: 16:00-16:45 – Concluding Discussion