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Upcoming Events for Spring 2017



March 3 (Friday) at Noon

Brown Bag: Pamela Smith, Seth Low Professor of History and Director, Center for Science and Society, Columbia University
“Thinking about material and technical literacy in the history of art and science.”

Location: 204 Bradley Memorial
March 3 (Friday) at 3:45 pm

Colloquium: Pamela Smith, Seth Low Professor of History and Director, Center for Science and Society, Columbia University
“Making Art and Knowing Nature in Early Modern Europe: The Making and Knowing Project.” (abstract)

Location: 976 Memorial Library (Special Collections)

An event taking place during the 2017 Burdick-Vary Symposium titled New Illuminations: Art-NATURE-History and organized by the UW Institute for Research in the Humanities, 3-4 March 2017. (Click ‘here’ for more details.) Free and open to the public.
March 10 (Friday) at Noon

Brown Bag: Elizabeth Nielsen, History of Science
“Arctic Equilibrium: Naturalist-Diplomats in the Late Nineteenth Century.”

Location: 204 Bradley Memorial
March 17 (Friday) at Noon

Brown Bag: Emily Hutcheson, History of Science
“The Convergence of Conservation and Public Health: Global Health in Indonesia 1930-2011.”

Location: 204 Bradley Memorial
March 24 (Friday) at Noon

No Meeting - Spring Break

Brown Bag talks occur at Noon on Fridays and usually take place in the Bradley Seminar Room, Room 204 in the Bradley Memorial Building. Occasionally some Brown Bags are held in Union South - the room will be advertised when known, or look at the TITU/Today in the Union schedule on the day concerned; see specific event entry for atypical location details.

Colloquia are usually held on Fridays at 3:45 pm in Memorial Library Special Collections. See event entry for specific location. Refreshments at 3:30 pm.

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