October 13-15, 2016
Applications due by September 8, 2016
Professor Evelynn Hammonds, Harvard University
Professor Amy Slaton, Drexel University
We invite scholars (at the doctoral, post-doctoral, or pre-tenure rank) to apply for participation in a 3–day workshop organised by the Project on Race & Gender in Science & Medicine at the Hutchins Centre for African and African American Research at Harvard University.
The workshop, “From ‘Missing Persons’ to Critical Biography: Reframing Minority Identity in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine,” will convene 12 senior and 12 junior scholars to discuss concepts of minority identity that have shaped both the fields of the history of science, technology, and medicine (HTSM) and historical patterns of participation in those scholarly fields by persons of various ascribed identities, specifically race, gender, ethnicity, sexuality or disability.
Understanding the social conditions of history writing and the content of historical narratives to be inseparable, we seek with this workshop to critique ideas of diversity and inclusion as they have shaped both institutional and historiographic agendas surrounding HTSM. For this workshop we invite applications from scholars who have conducted historical research on identity at the margins of the scientific, medical and technical enterprise. We also invitethose who maintain an interest in the role of identity within HTSM nstitutions or within these fields’ epistemic commitments more broadly. Participants will offer brief, informal descriptions of their work and interests during the workshop. Workshop leaders will provide more formal reflections on their work.
Interested scholars should submit a CV and a brief statement explaining why they wish to attend the workshop (500 words maximum). Support for travel and accommodation is available and those interested should also send the attached financial aidapplication. Send materials to: Evelynn Hammonds at Evelynn_Hammonds@harvard.edu, Amy Slaton at email@example.com and Ann Marie Healey at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 8, 2016. Notification of acceptance and support will be made bySeptember 12, 2016.
Evelynn Hammonds, PhD
Barbara Gutmann Rosenkrantz Professor of the History of Science and Professor of African and African American Studies
Director, Project on Race&Gender in Science&Medicine, Hutchins Center for African and African American Research, Harvard University
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