Virtual Conferences and Symposia
October 18-22: "The Meanings of Independence."
Check back soon for registration and details!
June 8-12: "Evidence: the Use and Misuse of Data"
Virtual Discussions are held on Wednesday from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET via Zoom Webinar. Recordings of past programs may be viewed on the Society's YouTube channel.
September 15: A Tale of Two Viruses: Parallels in the Research Trajectories of Tumor and Bacterial Viruses--A Virtual Discussion with Neeraja Sankaran. Register here to attend.
October 6: Prisoners, Violence, and Vengeance in the American Revolution--A Virtual Discussion with T. Cole Jones. Register here to attend.
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
June 30: Book Launch: The Art of Revolutions
Science on Tap
For more information on topics, speakers, and how to register, see the Science on Tap website.
Science on Tap will be on hiatus for summer 2021. Check back for more details in late August/early September.
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