PhD Reading Group

Works in Progress

As part of the CHoSTM annual programme, we host a PhD reading group prior to each seminar. The reading group allows PhD students to share their work in a friendly and relaxed environment and receive feedback from their peers. Work ranges from draft thesis chapters to conference papers and all that is in between. 

 

If you are a PhD student interested in sharing your work please do get in touch with the group's co-ordinator Katherine Ambler.

 

A week prior to the reading group participants will be required to send their work, along with a list of questions/issues they would like the group to address during the session, to the group co-ordinator who will them distribute it to the group ahead of the session.

Decolonising the History of Science, Technology and Medicine

 

This reading group engages with approaches and questions regarding the deconstruction of visions and definitions of studying the history of science, technology and medicine away from the perspective of the West. This group aims to explore and engage with  new and emerging work and its contribution to the diversification of perspectives in the history of science, technology and medicine.

If you are a PhD student interested in joining the group please do get in touch with the group's co-ordinator Sandip Kana.

Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine

Department of History

King's College London

Strand

London WC2R 2LS

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