Oktober 2017

Vortrag am 28.10.2017: S. Esselborn: "Nuclear Safety by the Numbers. Probabilistic Risk Analysis as a Trading Zone in the West German Debate on Nuclear Energy"

Im Rahmen des “Annual Meeting of the Society for the History of Technology” (SHOT) in Philadelphia hält S. Esselborn den Vortrag “Nuclear Safety by the Numbers. Probabilistic Risk Analysis as a Trading Zone in the West German Debate on Nuclear Energy” am 28.10.2017.

Karin Zachmann, Stefan Esselborn, Christine Haßauer: SHOT Panel „Safety Tested: (Dis)Proving Technical Safety" in History

Im Rahmen des jährlichen Treffens der Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) in Philadelphia (26. bis  29. Oktober 2017) organisiert das Tandem 2 (Sicherheit – Objektivierung) das Doppelpanel „Safety Tested: (Dis)Proving Technical Safety”: Session I (28.10., 10:30-12:30): Jonathan Puff (University of Michigan): The Architecture of Fire Testing in 19th Century American Cities Arthur Daemmrich (Smithsonian Institution): What about the Children? Chemical Testing Programs in the United States and European

Vortrag am 25.10.2017: H. Trischler: “Boundaries Blurred – The Anthropocene as a Challenge to Museums of Science, Technology, and Natural History”

Im Rahmen der ICOM NATHIST 2017: „The Anthropocene. Natural History Museums in the Age of Humanity“ im Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh am 25.10.2017 hält H. Trischler den Vortrag “Boundaries Blurred – The Anthropocene as a Challenge to Museums of Science, Technology, and Natural History”.

Helmuth Trischler: Vortrag „Boundaries Blurred – The Anthropocene as a Challenge to Museums of Science, Technology, and Natural History" in Pittsburgh

Am 25.10.2917 hält Helmuth Trischler einen Vortrag zum Thema „Boundaries Blurred – The Anthropocene as a Challenge to Museums of Science, Technology, and Natural History” bei der ICOM NATHIST 2017 „The Anthropocene. Natural History Museums in the Age of Humanity“ in Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Natural History. ICOM NATHIST 2017