Virtual Conferences and Symposia
June 8-12: "Evidence: the Use and Misuse of Data"
This weeklong symposium will explore the nature of evidence, reflecting Benjamin Franklin’s many different uses of information and data throughout his life. Sessions will be held on June 8-12 at 1:00pm and 3:00pm EDT.
Registration is required to attend this event. To register and view the full program, please visit the event website.
Recordings of past programs may be viewed on the Society's YouTube channel.
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June 24: Bethany Farrell, "The Art of Making Data for Every Scholar’s Pocket: Opening Benjamin Franklin’s Account Books"
May 13: Gabriel Paquette and Gonzalo Quintero, Spain and the American Revolution: New Approaches and Perspectives.
April 29: Gina Surita, 2019-2020 APS Program in the History of Science Fellow, "The Mysterious Muscle: Experimental Epistemologies of Force and Fuel." [In partnership with the Science History Institute. Details here.]
Science on Tap
Monday, April 27, 7:00pm EDT
Untapped at Home, Netflix Watch Party: Janine Boldt and Emily Margolis, National Treasure
SOLD OUT - Details and registration here.
More information about Science on Tap, here