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Jan 21

Wunderkammer Reading Group – Spring 2015 Programme

Centre for the History of the Sciences (CHOTS) Reading Group Alternate Tuesdays at 17:30 in the Unicorn Pub, St Dunstan’s **NB note different time and place in Week 18** ** 27 January 2015 (Week 14) – Heidegger On Science Martin Heidegger, “The Question Concerning Technology” in The Question Concerning Technology and Other Essays (New York …

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Oct 13

Wunderkammer: autumn programme for the CHOTS reading group

Wunderkammer is the Centre for the History of the Sciences‘ reading group. For those who don’t already know, it is held fortnightly during term time, on odd weeks. This term we’ll meet in the back room of the Unicorn Pub on St Dunstan’s at 18:00. Here is the programme for the autumn term. Some readings are available online, …

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May 01

Wunderkammer: summer programme for the CHOTS reading group

Wunderkammer is a history of science reading group run by the Centre for the History of the Sciences. For those who don’t already know, it is held fortnightly during term time, usually on odd weeks. We meet in the back room of the Unicorn Pub on St Dunstan’s at 17:30. Here is the programme for …

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Feb 13

2014 H.G. Wells Lecture announced

This year’s H. G. Wells Lecture in Science & Society will be given by Dr Thomas Dixon, Senior Lecturer in History of Science at Queen Mary, University of London. It will take place on Wednesday 5 March at 17:15 in Marlow Lecture Theatre 1 at the Canterbury Campus. The title is BELIEVING WITHOUT SEEING: Faith and Doubt …

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Jun 21

What is Science Comma?

A comma indicates a pause for breath, a moment for reflection. Science Comma reflects on science through the many humanities disciplines embedded in the Centre for the History of the Sciences at the University of Kent. Science [comma] history, communication, literature, art. Science Comma is the work of undergraduates, postgraduates and staff.