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).
"Technology, Religion, and Postwar Debates about the Order of Creation: How the History of Science and Religion Led to Error in Analyzing Technology and Religion"
Jennifer Alexander, History of Science and Technology - University of Minnesota
"How the Mouse Lost its Tail, Or, Lamarck's Dangerous Idea"
Jessica Riskin, History and Philosophy of Science - Stanford University
“The Precision Medicine Turn in Psychiatry: Some Epistemic Puzzles and an Ethical Concern”
Kathryn Tabb, Department of Philosophy - Columbia University
"Innovation on the Reservation: Information Technology and Health Systems Research Among the Papago Tribe of Arizona, 1965-1980"
Jeremy Greene, Department of the History of Medicine - Johns Hopkins University
"Medical Materialities: Teaching, Feeding, and Healing the Body through Medical Humanities" - A Conversation with Barbara Troise Rioda and David Gentilcore
Author Meets Readers: David M. Miller's "Representing Space in the Scientific Revolution"
David M. Miller, Department of Philosophy - Iowa State University
"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