11月27日科学史学校「害虫の誕生-科学史と環境史の間」

第23期第8回11月27日(土)14:00~
「害虫の誕生:科学史と環境史の間」
講師:瀬戸口明久(大阪市立大学)
概要:この講演では昨年上梓した『害虫の誕生』(ちくま新書)をもとに、近代日本の昆虫学と社会について話す。調査の過程や研究の背景についても言及し、科学史と環境史のあいだに広がっている新しい領域を見通す。

10月23日科学史学校「インド数学」

10月23日(土)14:00より開催
楠葉隆徳(大阪経済大学)
概要:インドの学術語のサンスクリットで書かれた文献の特徴を概説し、数学書はどのようなトピックをどのように書いているかを説明します。四則演算、二次方程式、組合せ、魔法陣などを話題とします。

「科学史通信」(No.399号)の訂正について

2010年9月30日発行の「科学史通信」(No.399)につきまして, p.1に記載された第7回全体委員会報告の和文誌委員会報告の以下の箇所を訂正いたします.

誤「年会で行われたシンポジウムの投稿について、編集委員会による査読とし、小特集とする予定である」

正「2010年度年会シンポジウムの一つを小特集とし、その原稿については通常の投稿に準じた査読を行う予定である」

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