The APS offices and Library are closed on Monday, January 21 for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. 

Brown Bag Lunches

Check back regularly for schedule updates. Brown Bag lunches are held in the Library Hall Board Room (105 South Fifth Street) from 12-1pm unless otherwise noted. Food is not provided, so bring your sack lunch and join us!

Spring 2019 Calendar (in progress -- check back soon for more talks!)

January 8 – Serenity Sutherland (SUNY Oswego), “Visualizing 19th and 20th Century Women in Science”

January 15 – Dawn Odell (Lewis & Clark College), “Andreas Everardus van Braam Houckgeest"

January 22 – Anisha Gupta (Assistant Conservator, APS), "Iron gall alchemy: Mapping out a future for rusty old maps"

January 29 – Ann Daly (Brown University), "Hard Money: The Making of a Specie Currency, 1828-1846"

February 5 – Christopher Consolino (The Johns Hopkins University)

February 12 – Cynthia Heider (Digital Projects Specialist, APS)

February 19 – Alex Mazzaferro (APS Postdoctoral Bibliography Fellow), "Innovation Prohibition and the New Science of Politics in the Early Modern Atlantic World" [Note: This Brown Bag will be held at the Science History Institute]

February 26 – Theodora Dryer (University of California-San Diego), "Designing Certainty: The Rise of Algorithmic Computing in an Age of Anxiety, 1920-1960"

March 5 – Christopher Blakley (Rutgers University), “'I Have Been Obliged to Send Nassaw': Indigenous, European, and African Materia Medica in Colonial Virginia"

March 19 – Alex Galarza (Haverford College)

March 26 – Alicia DeMaio (Harvard University)