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Twitter account for the #histSTM journal Historical Studies of the Natural Sciences published by @ucpress | Tweets by @jaivirdi

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If you are interested in Newton and/or alchemy, I will be co-hosting a discussion on 'Newton the Alchemist' with Pr… https://t.co/SSj3Vdl1cS
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesMy latest: Racism and Sexism in Science Haven't Disappeared https://t.co/K6rqMRMdl7 via @sciam
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesLooking for syllabus additions. What books that connect science to race and colonialism in the 18th and 19th centur… https://t.co/CL2LDzAEuX
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesNext week is #BlackInPhysics, a celebration of Black physicists. We'll be listening, reading, & reposting informati… https://t.co/H9heMAXm7W
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10/22
2020
It's out! Out in the wild... Today is the official publication date for "Making Art Work" with @mitpress. In it, I… https://t.co/vtdBpnoDLb
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesI know this is kind of low-res, but this is the Plants-and-Empire-opoly one of my students made. The railroads are… https://t.co/Y92aNHfnl5
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10/21
2020
I am so honoured to have @SailingSchoolBk receive the Leo Gershoy Award for the best 2019 book in 17/18c European h… https://t.co/xtyaAmSiVE
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesWe selected some of our favorite images from the Emilio Segrè Visual Archives and turned them into virtual backgrou… https://t.co/9C9ON02l7U
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesCongratulations to @abenadove, whose book Atomic Junction: Nuclear Power in Africa after Independence (… https://t.co/KCLhpFSTzNTomorrow is P-day! (Publication day 😀) *Making Art Work*'s official release date with @mitpress is October 20… https://t.co/jqP4avrnkb
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences"I think the world needs historians getting into the actual nitty-gritty work of active anti-racism and documenting… https://t.co/ZL53bEJrGM
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences"We have work to do, to get our hands dirty, to align ourselves with the descendants of the victims of scientific r… https://t.co/RZcco9RT0D
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences"They need to keep one eye on the past and one on the present, working against the reward system of professional hi… https://t.co/mZMSiPa6Y2
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences"What I mean by this is that HoS on scientific racism often and very easily slides into immortalization of scientif… https://t.co/kaxx8QYmWK
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesCatching up on missed @hssonline sessions and heard this important statement by Terence Keel "The history of scient… https://t.co/f3ECvixZgx
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10/19
2020
Drawing Colonial Nature! Vol. 1 of the extensive handwritten field diaries of P. van Oort (1804-1834) are with the… https://t.co/FtC6demQIX
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesHave we mentioned that the deadline to submit a proposal for AAHM 2021 has been extended to 26 October? Now accep… https://t.co/ON3UJlixXd
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesThe first review of my new book *Making Art Work* -- this one appearing this week in @ScienceMagazinehttps://t.co/jmL3lNWgZM
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesHey #twitterstorians, I'm prepping to teach a new undergrad class "Drugs and Global Capitalism." I have plans but a… https://t.co/kFlmldaT6E
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesOur 2020 prize-winning books were just added to the gallery: https://t.co/M226hfRApr 📚Congrats again to @elmilam,… https://t.co/JJaZKmEdJt
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesExcited to share a slice of my dissertation just published in History and Anthropology. Thanks @UChicagoSCRC for th… https://t.co/afYMC6Rm3M
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10/14
2020
As a #landgrant university, @MIT received 366,711 acres of Indigenous lands under the 1862 Morrill Act for its endo… https://t.co/lLTBgd62mC
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences"For the Indigenous victims, their lifelong pain is compounded by the fact that IHS has never issued an apology.” –… https://t.co/2qdb1GPmPt
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesThe US Indian Child Welfare Act was meant to undo US denial of tribal sovereignty & child removal. Instead, state a… https://t.co/HnuJ0c3RPO
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesFor #IndigenousPeoplesDay find out what native land you're living on. https://t.co/kvWRZ0omwd
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesCongratulations to our former PhD student Meira Gold! The Prize Committee said, "Written in engaging prose and bri… https://t.co/GOLkqGVbJ0
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesInterpreting technology for the public...1957 https://t.co/03nvn1wSvZ
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesA wonderful and important message of solidarity here! Thank you @SumanSeth42 https://t.co/aGkIVn9r11
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10/12
2020
Am very, very excited by this news. If you are curious to look at the article, please visit my website here:… https://t.co/w9FxP5iNZN
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10/11
2020
*congratulations!Congratulations to @GordinMichael winning the @hssonline 2020 Derek Price/Rod Webster Prize for best article in @IsisJournal !!Congtatulations to our editor @elmilam for winning this year's @hssonline Levinson Prize for #CreaturesOfCain! https://t.co/Ab5MqJAOtm
10/9
2020
#HST20/#shotVF20 kicks off later this morning. I'm looking forward to catching up w/#histSTM colleagues from aroun… https://t.co/45vIptkfgM
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10/8
2020
Have you had a chance to read our latest issue? Lots of fantastic #histSTM content here! https://t.co/fAurfK6BwkNew faculty search in History of Medicine The Department of History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins is currently acce… https://t.co/Asu85o2zRT
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesWhat a great idea for networking! See tweet for details 👇🏼 https://t.co/GJg2NejGQKSo happy to be part of this team! Do follow @HSNatSci for delights in history of science, technology, medicine, a… https://t.co/PqeZixLR5Z
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences🎬So many wonderful pitches! Browse through our Authors' Pitch videos and learn about the newest releases in the his… https://t.co/6lvGaObsDU
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesWe may be virtual this year, but our book sales are actual folks! Make sure to stop by the virtual table and peruse… https://t.co/iVKdeCkjMP
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesIt's not news that sexism in the computing industry was (is) widespread...but this is the most blatant example I've… https://t.co/0ImyFXCYqO
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesCongratulations Elizabeth O'Brien! Winner of the 2020 Dissertation Prize from FHHS @hssonlinehttps://t.co/ZLF98nILQk
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesAs part of #HST20 on October 9th 9:30 am-10:30 am, EDT GECC will be running a roundtable: 'Challenges from COVID-19… https://t.co/ImGzrn9im8
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesFeaturing: @elmilam @jaivirdi @ZuoyueWang @GWilliamThomas @GordinMichael @ccmmody @hallam_stevensIt's not the same as meeting in person, but the Editorial Board beamed in globally for our meeting! We're saying h… https://t.co/q9NmztEB5yWith the @hssonline & @SocHistTech conferences going virtual, we're inviting attendees to browse our digital bookst… https://t.co/HLy6Fe8NqX
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesHasok Chang is the recipient of the 2021 Abraham Pais Prize for History of Physics. Hearty congrats, Hasok! ⁦… https://t.co/7BuQsZRqNo
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesWe are hiring! New tenure track search in the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins, with specific interest in broa… https://t.co/opH7ZeIHpd
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesDelighted that #CreaturesofCain (now in *paperback*) is featured in @PrincetonUPress's #HST20 Virtual Display along… https://t.co/uPp7rZOnsd
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesJoin the Forum for the History of the Human Sciences at the upcoming HSS conference for a conversation about “Disma… https://t.co/AnPJwTELjO
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10/7
2020
The HSS/SHOT Virtual Forum is not far away! Our own GECC highlights at #HST20: A teach-in on supporting internatio… https://t.co/6qn385gFkj
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesThe University of Zurich is hiring three researchers for the ERC-funded project “The Just City: The Ciceronian Conc… https://t.co/fekfj56AuK
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesEugenic descriptions of "masculinity" and "femininity" (1939). https://t.co/8LrpHchmgA
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences*stares in STS, HISTSCI, and HISTMED* https://t.co/HPOHqoMGF5
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesLiterally asking for a friend: "any ideas for a fun book about physics (and/or Big Bang) for a middle schooler? i d… https://t.co/2XLBshAA3p
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10/4
2020
Honoured to receive the Singer Prize & grateful to the people who took the time to read my work despite, well, ever… https://t.co/PBAiQweL0s
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesCall for papers! We now welcome submissions for next year's spring volume. Deadline for full consideration: 1 Decem… https://t.co/Hji0nhBgxi
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesYou only have 30 days left to choose a #Halloween costume! In celebration of #ArchivesMonth, we challenge you to: 1… https://t.co/kzw2g22QvN
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesFirst #histSTM colloquium of the year for @PrincetonHOS! @YuliaFrumer on "Manufacturing Hands: Japanese Robotics an… https://t.co/8xNuUwqoXz
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesOh look! Long-term research projects in behavioral ecology in @NYTimes: "Just as with female baboons, they saw that… https://t.co/VpkKGkNHLS
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesWomen contributed to scientific practice & knowledge production in a MYRIAD of ways throughout the 19thC. The way w… https://t.co/QbZV1o9LJS
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesInteresante publicación para conocer a la diplomacia científica desde una perspectiva histórica @DiploCientifica https://t.co/DkLlgLIgpi
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesAre you an early career scholar in the #historyofscience field? Questions about fellowships? Reply to this tweet or… https://t.co/JnbyA0sRPe
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesA few days left to apply for the position of Research Technology Officer! Join us in #Berlin and support #histsci r… https://t.co/1gLmugnAGY
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesPalate cleanser for all of the rest of the news https://t.co/2goLX3FvF9
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesNew from me in @BBC_Future on Roger Arliner Young, a brilliant zoologist & enthusiastic labor organizer, whose life… https://t.co/j2j6skF2VU
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesIncluding one by our editor @elmilam! https://t.co/GGUcLXOe8kNext Thurs (10/8 at 7pm CT) @uw_arthistory hosts Bess Williamson (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) for the H… https://t.co/A0xeNGExRP
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesNew post by Prof. Bernard Lightman (@yorkuniversity) exploring the boundary work being done by 19th scientific natu… https://t.co/rpYDhUTMuX
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesQuestion for the STS/media studies crossover kids who see this - what journals are your faves at this intersection?… https://t.co/jCCRIQVUjH
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesPleased and humbled to receive this recognition from @BSHSNews. Thanks to the judges, and everyone who has listened… https://t.co/akDW2RwV5G
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences"Learning doesn't mean memorization." https://t.co/jeIR2WDJhx📢 We're delighted to announce that the new Editor of our magazine @BSHSViewpoint is @jenfarquharson! Viewpoint has… https://t.co/dkx5vkmZ47
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesThis year's New York History of Science Lecture Series looks fantastic! Looking forward to joining scholars like Pr… https://t.co/cXyzWobuPP
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesA sociotechnical order for the umma: connecting Islam and technology in Suharto’s Indonesia Author: @SuzanneMoon12https://t.co/qvvx658qpI
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesGiulia Rispoli & Doubravka Olšáková discuss the Man and Biosphere Programme & the International Geosphere-Biosphere… https://t.co/fOro3JPIkR
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesLino Camprubí approaches the Spanish Doñana Biological Station's unique story through the concept of ecological dip… https://t.co/XzRz7ajCSI
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesSimone Turchetti shows that Cold War atomic diplomacy originated in an ancestral form of what we call today “scienc… https://t.co/gYARdvqUeB
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesIn this essay, @SamHistSci argues the foundation of the International Council for the Exploration of the Seas,1902… https://t.co/mJWh6eEHwB
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesFocusing on the work of Henri Bergson, Geert Somsen illustrates how academics often used internationalist arguments… https://t.co/6XCeGX1CHO
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesDavid Aubin examines the local context where several international congresses acquired considerable reputations & h… https://t.co/T0VSkeRYao
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesThe introduction examines how the recent attention toward science diplomacy has led to a proliferation of hagiograp… https://t.co/gKDrdYL6zU
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10/1
2020
I’m giving two online talks on Oct. 6 & 7 about Indigenous resistance, climate change, and US imperialism. Register… https://t.co/0GoneozvJs
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesOn the radio tonight talking about the history of diversity training! https://t.co/Gc1Oq8OugJ
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesWhy are dinosaurs so consistently depicted bloodthirsty tyrants of the prehistoric? Check out the latest issue of… https://t.co/NXfqPXrxh9
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesWhat better way to celebrate the end of #WomenInMedicineMonth by visiting https://t.co/mAjFrlvPbP - a website that… https://t.co/Zmy8LDpPBa
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesNew on the BJPS Review of Books: Stephen Gaukroger reviews 'The Past, Present, and Future of Integrated History an… https://t.co/ZW9tkhvEZg
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesI've been waiting to publish this excellent essay by @blakereid for the @DisabilityHistr blog #AllOfUs #ADATurns30https://t.co/3yi3Keu6e8
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesCfP: Forensic Cultures, 26-28 August 2021; Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University. Deadline for… https://t.co/fCawwSG3q3
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesCFP: Synthese Topical Collection on Simplicity out of Complexity? Physics and the Aims of Science. Deadline: 30 Sep… https://t.co/KAznO66KWD
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesCall for Syllabi: The Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science is developing a new teaching ini… https://t.co/kQrXGZfz7k
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesDelighted to see Andrew Webster's book, Strange Allies. Britain, France and the Dilemmas of Disarmament and Securit… https://t.co/LQOgLDY5Ar
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences*excited whisper voice* The political archive of the German foreign office is currently closed to visitors, but it… https://t.co/aNrRvTNs7W
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesI express my gratitude to @jaivirdi and her team for publishing an article of mine in the Innovative Pedagogy secti… https://t.co/qS62PAIzoO
Retweeted by Historical Studies in the Natural SciencesGiulia Rispoli & Doubravka Olšáková discuss the Man and Biosphere Programme & the International Geosphere-Biosphere… https://t.co/fOro3JPIkRLino Camprubí approaches the Spanish Doñana Biological Station's unique story through the concept of ecological dip… https://t.co/XzRz7ajCSISimone Turchetti shows that Cold War atomic diplomacy originated in an ancestral form of what we call today “scienc… https://t.co/gYARdvqUeBIn this essay, @SamHistSci argues the foundation of the International Council for the Exploration of the Seas,1902… https://t.co/mJWh6eEHwBFocusing on the work of Henri Bergson, Geert Somsen illustrates how academics often used internationalist arguments… https://t.co/6XCeGX1CHODavid Aubin examines the local context where several international congresses acquired considerable reputations & h… https://t.co/T0VSkeRYaoThe introduction examines how the recent attention toward science diplomacy has led to a proliferation of hagiograp… https://t.co/gKDrdYL6zU
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2020

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