Virtual Conferences and Symposia
April 5-9: "The Promise and Pitfalls of Citizen Science"
A full schedule will be available soon; please find the call for papers 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. Register here to attend.
January 27: "Past and Prologue: Politics and Memory in the American Revolution" with Michael D. Hattem. Register here to attend.
February 17: "Race and Nation in Puerto Rican Folklore: Franz Boas and John Alden Mason in Porto Rico" with Rafael Ocasio
March 10: "André Michaux in North America: Journals and Letters, 1785–1797" with Charlie Williams, Walter K. Taylor, and Elaine M. Norman
March 31: "The Deviant Prison: Philadelphia’s Eastern State Penitentiary and the Origins of America's Modern Penal System, 1829-1913" with Ashley T. Rubin
April 28: "Revitalization Lexicography: The Making of a New Tunica Dictionary" with Patricia Anderson
May 19: "Digitizing Jefferson's Weather Records" with James McClure
Science on Tap
For more information on topics, speakers, and how to register, see the Science on Tap website.
2021 Calendar coming soon!
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