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McGill HPS Series: Fall 2008

September 10, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

McGill University
History and Philosophy of Science
Histoire et philosophie des sciences

This academic year (2008-09) will be a quiet one for the McGill HPS series, because many of the organizing faculty members are on leave. However, HPS-related activities are still going on, including the Mossman Lecture in the History of Science (Emily Thompson on October 28th), and a visit with two talks by Rivka Feldhay. Details below. The series will return to normal service in the fall of 2009.

Cette année 2008-9, notre série sera relativement calme, à cause de l’absence de plusieurs parmi nous. Cependant, on aura les conférences publiques d’Emily Thompson (le 28 octobre) et de Rivka Feldhay (le 18 et le 25 septembre). Détails en bas. La série reprendra son rythme habituel en automne 2009.

Fall 2008 / automne 2008

Thursday / jeudi, 18 September, 6pm:
Rivka Feldhay (Tel-Aviv University)
The Jesuits: Transmitters of Galileo’s Science
(Maxwell Cummings / McDonald-Currie Lecture)
Leacock Building room 232

Thursday / jeudi, 25 September, 5:30pm:
Rivka Feldhay (Tel-Aviv University)
When did Galileo become a Cultural Hero, and Why?
Don Bates Room, Social Studies of Medicine, 3647 Peel (above Dr Penfield).

Tuesday / mardi 28 October, 6pm:
Emily Thompson (Princeton University)
The Boys Upstairs: Projecting Change in the American Film Industry, 1926-1933
(Mossman Lecture)
McGill, Music Faculty, room to be confirmed.

For more information, see / Pour en savoir plus, consultez:
For news of HPS-related events in Montreal, see also: https://philomtl.wordpress.com/

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