HSTM Previous Colloquia
Lectures are held on Fridays at 3:35 p.m. in 275 Nicholson Hall on the Minneapolis campus of the University of Minnesota (refreshments served at 3:15 pm).
"Making Maintainers: A Place for History in an Age of Innovation-Speak and Endless Tech Hype"
Lee Vinsel, Science and Technology Studies - Stevens Institute of Technology
"Edible Networks: Precious Pills as Technologies of Medical Governance in Qing China"
Stacey Van Vleet, Department of History - University of California - Berkeley
"Albert Einstein: Political Consistency in Volatile Times"
Robert Schulmann, Independent scholar and former Director - The Einstein Papers Project
"Exploring the Material World of Mechanical Hands in Early Modern Europe"
Heidi Hausse, Department of History - Princeton University
"Thought Experiments in Economics"
Margaret Schabas, Department of Philosophy - University of British Columbia
"Red Dawn Rising: the Sketchy History and Techno-thriller Prospects of Geoengineering"
Ed Larson, School of Law and Department of History - Pepperdine University
“Entangled Agencies: Reimagining Social Medicine from Pholela"
Abigail Neely, Department of Geography - Dartmouth College
MCPS Annual Science Studies Symposium - "Considering Temporal Heterogeneity in Autism”
Jed Elison, Institute of Child Development - University of Minnesota
"Material Things and Technologies of the Body in the Golden Mirror, 1742"
Marta Hanson, Department of the History of Medicine - Johns Hopkins University
"On the Metaphysics of Biological Functions"
Marcel Weber, Department of Philosophy - University of Geneva