Food Poverty across Ireland: Past, Current and Future Perspectives.
Dates: 5 May 2023
This symposium will engage with the theme through the lens of humanities, history, culture, social justice and sociology. By interweaving these into clinical- and science-based approaches, broader perspectives will be developed to help better understand and form responses to policies and problems, consider rights-based approaches to food, while also promoting empathetic attitudes towards how families budget, make food choices and prioritise overlapping issues such as health, cost and survival. The location will increase potential to engage medics so that they gain a historical/cultural awareness of food poverty.
To take part please submit a 200 word abstract and brief CV by 30 March 2023 to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Intensity and the Grades of Nature: Heat, Colour and Sound in the Ordering
of Pre-Modern Cosmos: 1200-1600
Dates: 11-14 July 2023
This hybrid summer school event is open to scholars of all careers and stages. As per previous events, it takes place in the outstanding setting of the Domus Comeliana (50m from the leaning tower) and it spans four days, articulated as 3+1, namely three days of lectures and guided visits to the city, plus a final day dedicated entirely to workshops, roundtables, presentation and discussion of attendees’ reports. The event will present and discuss a variety of verbal and non-verbal sources (e.g. manuscripts, images, music pieces, and artefacts) in a multidisciplinary approach that aims at attracting and welcoming scholars with different backgrounds, interests and expertise. For full details see https://csmbr.fondazionecomel.org/events/the-intensity-of-nature/
Early Bird Deadline: 28 February
Regular Deadline: 30 June
Intersections: Digital Festival for the History of Science 2023
3- 7 July 2023 Online hosted by the British Society for the History of Science
This year’s Digital Festival is a wholly virtual history of science event, offering a five-day programme of digital sessions on the theme of intersections in the history of science. Sessions include traditional formats with a twist as well as creative formats for workshops and social events to reach a broader audience interested in the history of science.
Call for Proposals – Deadline 17 March 2023
Second Opinions: 18th Biennial Conference of the ANZSHM
Australia and New Zealand Society of the History of Medicine (ANZSHM) conferences are held on a biennial basis. The conference usually spans 3-5 days at venues around Australia and New Zealand. The program includes keynote addresses, a varied program of research papers and other intellectual and social activities. Financial assistance in the form of Ben Haneman Memorial Conference Grants for Postgraduate Students and Early Career Researchers is available on a competitive basis for students to attend the conference.
12 -15 July 2023, University of Adelaide, Health & Medical Science Building