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)