Virtual Conferences and Symposia
April 5-9: "The Promise and Pitfalls of Citizen Science"
A full schedule and registration may be found here.
June 8-12: "Evidence: the Use and Misuse of Data"
Virtual Discussions are held on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. ET via Zoom Webinar. Recordings of past programs may be viewed on the Society's YouTube channel.
January 14: Dr. Franklin's Virtual Birthday Tour.
January 27: "Past and Prologue: Politics and Memory in the American Revolution" with Michael D. Hattem
February 17: "Race and Nation in Puerto Rican Folklore: Franz Boas and John Alden Mason in Porto Rico" with Rafael Ocasio
February 24: Deborah Read Franklin's Virtual Celebration Tour
February 25: Deciphering the Past: Transcription Hour
March 22: Producers of Useful Knowledge: The Women of "Dr. Franklin, Citizen Scientist"
April 20: Deciphering the Past: Transcription Hour
April 29: Watching the Stars and Skies: Citizen Science in the Past
Science on Tap
For more information on topics, speakers, and how to register, see the Science on Tap website.
April 27: Untapped at Home, Netflix Watch Party: Janine Boldt and Emily Margolis, National Treasure
September 14: Penn Museum hosting
September 28: Untapped at Home, Netflix Watch Party with the Wagner Free Institute
October 12: Mutter Museum hosting
October 26: Untapped at Home, Netflix Watch Party with the Mutter Museum
November 9: Academy of Natural Sciences hosting
More information about Science on Tap, here