The Linda Hall Library invites doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars, and independent researchers to apply for its 2022-23 fellowships in the history of technology and related areas of science and technology studies. The Library is offering both residential fellowships, which support scholars who travel to Kansas City to conduct research, and virtual fellowships, which support researchers…Read More
The University of California San Francisco-Johns Hopkins (UCSF-JHU) Opioid Industry Documents Archive Postdoctoral Fellows
The Johns Hopkins University is looking for two Postdoctoral Fellows (2 years each) to assist with development of critical research and infrastructure of the recently launched University of California-Johns Hopkins University (UCSF-JHU) Opioid Industry Documents Archive. Fellows will take up their positions on January 1, 2022. The Postdoctoral Fellows will pursue original, publishable research using…Read More
The Economic and Business History Society annual conference will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, on May 18-22, 2022, and invites submissions to the conference committee on the theme of Recoveries in Economic and Business History. Continuing from the success of the virtual conference in 2021, and the particular success of the mentorship workshops, EBHS will…Read More
CALL: KQED is looking for a technology historian with expertise in the development of voice technologies to interview for a reporting project.
KQED, a major NPR/PBS affiliate based in San Francisco is looking for a technology historian with expertise in the development of voice technologies to interview for a reporting project. The project, titled The VoiceBot Chronicles, focuses on how humans are coping with living in a world increasingly mediated by voice technologies – from automated customer…Read More
recently published article: Energy justice within, between and beyond European community energy initiatives: A review.
Natascha van Bommel and Johanna Höffken (Eindhoven University of Technology) are happy to share with you their recently published article: Energy justice within, between and beyond European community energy initiatives: A review. Intro: European policy efforts stimulate both the emergence of community energy initiatives, and a just transition towards a low-carbon energy system. One of…Read More
Scholar’s Choice will not be present at the Virtual Book Exhibit. However, during the SHOT 2020 Virtual Forum you can now buy a selection of books from 9 publishers with a special discount. Find the offers here: SHOT 2020 Virtual Forum The Scholars Choice Book SelectionRead More
HoST — Journal of History of Science and Technology is a peer-reviewed open access journal, available online, published in English by De Gruyter/Sciendo, as a result of a partnership between four Portuguese research units (CIUHCT, CIDEHUS, Institute for Social Sciences, and Institute of Contemporary History). The latest issue is now available online. https://content.sciendo.com/view/journals/host/host-overview.xml?tab_body=latestIssueToc-78033Read More
Technology and Culture is happy to announce that Margaret Grubiak’s article “An Architecture for the Electronic Church: Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma” (Technology and Culture 57, no. 2) has won the 2017 Catherine Bishir Award for best article in vernacular architecture given by the Vernacular Architecture Forum. Congratulations to Dr. Grubiak!Read More
Technology’s Stories is SHOT’s latest initiative – an open-acess digital magazine featuring essays, blogs, book announcements from SHOT members.Read More
Information & Culture: A Journal of History is actively soliciting articles for publication. The journal publishes high-quality, peer reviewed articles on the history of information. Social and cultural context of information and information technology, viewed from an historical perspective, is at the heart of the journal’s interests. Typical papers might focus, among other topics, on…Read More