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Illustration for news: A lecture on technoscience by Professor Alfred Nordmann

A lecture on technoscience by Professor Alfred Nordmann

On February 27, a seminar "There is Plenty of Room at the Bottom: Making Space in a Limited World" took place in IGITI. Alfred Nordmann, Professor of Philosophy of Science and of Technoscience at Darmstadt Technical University, presented on technosciences as conquest of space. See the lecture's abstract and photos.

Illustration for news: Article by Elena Vishlenkova was published in a journal of Polish Academy of Sciences

Article by Elena Vishlenkova was published in a journal of Polish Academy of Sciences

Professor Elena Vishlenkova published an article "Education Management as an Exact Science (Russia, First Half of the Nineteenth Century)" in a journal "Quarterly Journal of the History of Science and Technology" (4/2018). The text is available on a journal's website.

IGITI researchers' articles in a new edited volume

Articles by IGITI Research Fellows Julia Ivanova and Pavel Sokolov were published in multi-authored monograph "History and Drama. The Pan-European Tradition", edited by Joachim Küpper, Jan Mosch, and Elena Penskaya. The monograph was published by De Gruyter and is available online.

Illustration for news: Monograph by Jan Surman is now out

Monograph by Jan Surman is now out

A book by IGITI Research Fellow Jan Surman, "Universities in Imperial Austria 1848–1918: A Social History of a Multilingual Space", was published by Purdue University Press. See the description and preview.

Illustration for news: Jan Surman has participated in academic events in Frankfurt and Budapest

Jan Surman has participated in academic events in Frankfurt and Budapest

IGITI Research Fellow Jan Surman took part in a conference “Problems of Scientific Freedom in Modern and Contemporary History” in Frankfurt (November 2-3), “Academic Freedom in Historical Perspective – Anniversary Conference of the European Review of History” in Budapest (8-10 November), and a series of public lectures on recent research in Habsburg history at CEU, Budapest.  


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