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
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.
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