Posts by John Stewart

2017 Neu-Whitrow Prize

The 2017 Neu-Whitrow Prize is awarded every four years to the scholar who has created the most innovative research tool for managing, documenting and analyzing sources in the history of science and technology. The prize is awarded by the Commission on Bibliography and Documentation (CBD) of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science […]

1968 IUHPS Photos Colloque

1968 IUHPS Photos Colloque

Below are images from the 1968 IUHPS Congress which met in Paris. We do not have the names of the individuals in the images, but if you recognize anyone, please let us know by leaving a comment below. The images are courtesy of the Centre d’Archives en Philosophie, Histoire et Édition des Sciences (CAPHÉS). [Show […]

2015 Digital Humanities Conference

Digital Humanities 2015 Logo

Two members of the CBD board, Gavan McCarthy and Stephen Weldon (co-authored by Sylwester Ratowt, Birute Railiene, and John Stewart) gave presentations at DH 2015 in Sydney Australia.  A third paper was given by Ailie Smith from the eScholarship Research Centre at Melbourne University. The three presentations are linked below: DH 2015 – Presentation 1 – Stephen […]