2 Mar 20175:15pm - 6:30pmBabbage Lecture Theatre, New Museums Site, Cambridge, CB2 3QZ

Description

The lecture is open to all. To confirm your attendance, please sign up for a (free) ticket here

 

Professor Lorraine Daston (Director of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science) will be giving a lecture entitled 'What does Science have to do with Modernity?'. 

 

Respondents:

Dr. Claire Craig (Director of Science Policy at the Royal Society)

Professor Jim Secord (Professor of History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge, and Director of the Darwin Correspondence Project)

 

This is the first event of CRASSH's new series of lectures: CRASSH IMPACT. 

 

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