University of Saskatchewan

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Node Manager(s)



Dr. Larry Stewart

Larry Stewart, Professor of History at the University of Saskatchewan, is a well-known historian of early modern science.

His books include The Rise of Public Science: Rhetoric, Technology, and Natural Philosophy in Newtonian Britain (Cambridge UP, 1993) and, (with Margaret Jacob) Practical Matter: Newton's Science in the Service of Industry and Empire, 1687-1850 (Harvard UP, 2004). He is past editor of the Canadian Journal of History.


306.966.5793
l.stewart@usask.ca

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Research and Development

Post-Doctoral Appointment
2012-13:
The Node welcomes Katherine Zwicker (PhD University of Alberta, History, 2012)
Katherine has an interest in history of nuclear medicine and the production of isotopes.

 

Upcoming Node Events

Node News and Events

The Press and the Press Release: Inventing the Crystal Meth-HIV Connection
The national Situating Science project and partners are pleased to launch: The Lives of Evidence A multi-part national lecture series examining the cultural, ethical, political, and scientific...
Connections and Communities in Health and Medicine Conference
Connections and Communities in Health and Medicine Saskatoon, Sept. 12-14, 2013Manitoba-Northwest Ontario-Minnesota-Saskatchewan (MOMS) & Society for the Social History of Medicine Postgraduate (...
Situating Early Modern Science Networks Workshop
Situating Early Modern Science Networks WorkshopDiefenbaker Centre on April 13 and 14. The programme follows below. Attendance is free, but please register by contacting Marc MacDonald (j...
History of Medicine Seminar Series
The U. of Saskatchewan Node cooridated activities with the History of Medicine Seminar Series in 2010-11. More information here  
The Uses of Humans in Experiments. USask Node Workshop, October 3, 2008
Imagining Reproduction In Science and History
Human Experimentation, 1715-1972 Local Node Workshop Oct. 23, 2009
The Human Experimentation, 1715-1972 Workshop was an interdisciplinary workshop examining various aspects of early modern and modern scientific and medical experimentation on humans. The speakers...