Agenda

(Last update: September 18th, 2021)

Note that all hours are in EEST (Athens time). 10 am in Athens is 9 am in Berlin (CEST), and 8 am in London (GMT+1).

The conference will take place in a single Zoom session (click here to access). Four breakout rooms are open for concurrent panels (Room 1, Room 2, Room 3), plus one room for coffee time and social activities.

Once in the Zoom session, you can access the room you wish to attend by clicking on the breakout rooms button (at the bottom of the screen, A), and clicking “join” next to the room’s title. Our team will be available for help via the Zoom meeting’s chat.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

To leave a breakout room, please click the button at the bottom right:

NEVER click on the button “Close all rooms”:

Monday, September 20th

9:30
10:00
Coffee Room
10:00
10:30
Introduction and
Greetings
10:35
11: 45
Controversies
about Race
The Newtonian
Legacy
The Role of Sciences
in Geopolitics
11:45
12:15
Coffee Room
12:15
13:40
Science and Diplomacy
during the Cold War
Text-based History
of Science
(Post-) Colonialism
and Sciences
13:40
15:00
Lunchtime &
Social Activities
15:00
16:25
Frictions and Practices
in Academic
Contexts
Epistemology and
Scientific Practices
16:30
17:40
The liberal Arts in
late-Antiquity
and Middle Ages
History of MedicineWartime Science
18:00
19:00
Keynote lecture
Theodore Arabatzis
History of Science in
the Age of Post-Truth

Tuesday, September 21st

10:00
10:30
Coffee Room
10:35
11: 45
Early Mondern
Controversies about
Life Sciences
The Emergence of
New Scientific
Actors
Taming Nature
11:45
12:15
Coffee Room
12:15
13:40
Science Obstructed:
Scholarly Vices
and Routes to
Knowledge, 1700-2000

History of
Physics
Conflicts and Alliances
in Sciences
13:40
15:00
Lunchtime &
Social Activities
15:00
16:25
Socialist States
and Sciences
History of
Mathematics
The Aristotelian
Legacy
16:30
17:40
ESHS Early Career
Researchers
Networking Hour
18:00
19:00
Keynote lecture
Maria Paula Diogo
Time, Crisis and
the Anthropocene
Bar time!

Wednesday, September 22nd

10:00
10:30
Coffee Room
10:35
11: 45
Gender Approaches
to the History
of Science
Art and SciencesSciences of the
Mind
11:45
12:15
Coffee Room
12:15
13:40
Science Defied:
Conspiracies and
Pseudosciences

Philosophy &
Science
Reading Stars:
Astronomy and
Astrology
13:40
15:00
Lunchtime &
Social Activities
15:00
16:10
Education in
Sciences
Biology and
Evolution Theory
Imperialism and
Knowledge on the
Natural World
16:30
17:40
Roundtable:
Publishing in Centaurus
18:00
19:00
Keynote lecture:
Kostas Gavroglu
The dire consequences
of constructing
utopias
19:00
19:20
Wrap up of the
conference

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