Inspired by Dalhousie University’s online launch of their Dinwiddie Archives, this conference aims to further international dialogue and scholarly exchange between those working on the history of science in Asia, Europe and North America by examining the global circulation of scientific knowledge from the Early Modern Period to today.
Circulating Knowledge, East and West will culminate in a half-day facilitation workshop to plan for further Science Studies dialogue and exchange, “East” and “West,” with future conferences in Bangalore and Singapore.
CIRCULATING KNOWLEDGE, EAST AND WEST will be held at the University of King’s College, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada from July 21-23. For further details – including information on registration and accommodations – please visit: WWW.SITUSCI.CA.
Dr. Andrew Fenton, Project Manager
Situating Science Cluster
University of King's College
Halifax, NS B3H 2A1
Tel: (902)422-1271 ext. 200
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