Alice Hong & Michael D. Gordin

Monday, April 3, 2023, 3:00 pm4:30 pm
211 Dickinson Hall
Princeton University


Event Description

"Between Breath and Sea: Sea Women and the Transpacific Entanglements of Science and Gender, c. 1910s-1980s"

Prospectus by Alice Hong with comments by Jonathan Victor Baldoza

On Being the Wrong Size: Aftermaths of Soviet Science

Book Proposal by Michael D. Gordin with comments by Julian Chehirian

Contact Lee Horinko at [email protected] for the pre-circulated works.

The History of Science Program Seminar serves to foster scholarly community among the faculty, students, and visiting fellows of the Program. We meet weekly to think and talk together, and this is a considerable pleasure (not to mention intellectually invigorating). Topics of the gathering vary. Often we discuss a pre-circulated work-in-progress, but other conversations are welcome, including recent literature, events and trends in the profession, issues of common concern in the Program. The goal is to bridge the divisions and to counteract the centrifugal forces that tend to affect small programs with broad scope.

Scholarly Series
History of Science Program Seminar