From Monday July 6 to Friday July 10, the British Society for the History of Science is hosting an online Global Digital History of Science Festival. This week-long event is free to all and will feature:
- Talks & discussions on recent scholarship in the history of science
- Author book launches
- Workshops on podcasts, publishing, and editing
- Children’s programs
- Movie nights, social hours, and quiz competitions
There’s lots of exciting things on the program! And if you’re like me and get confused by timezone translation, this widget is great.
On Thursday July 9, I’m giving a keynote examining the artistic style of British deaf painter Dorothy Eugiené Brett (1883-1977), whose interpretation of sounds through her hearing aids shaped the way she painted movement and rhythm.
You can register for the event here.
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