Montreal Engineer New NRC Chairman: One Hundred Years Ago Yesterday

Montreal Engineer New NRC Chairman: One Hundred Years Ago Yesterday Another 1921-2021 Centennial in the History of nadian Science and Technology First posted Friday, August 20, 2021 / Yom shishi, 12 Elul, 5781 By David Orenstein 2021 continues to be an opportunity for historians of nadian Science and Technology to celebrate centennials, including today’s commemoration … Continue reading Montreal Engineer New NRC Chairman: One Hundred Years Ago Yesterday

Telegraph Schools: The Development of Technil Edution in nada

Telegraph Schools: The Development of Technil Edution in nada By Michael Feagan Developing and using large telecommunitions networks requires a body of workers skilled and knowledgeable in operating and maintaining that network. In the nineteenth century this training was done through apprenticeships or learning while working other positions at the telegraph office, such as a … Continue reading Telegraph Schools: The Development of Technil Edution in nada

CSTHA Conference Applition Deadline Extended to Aug. 29th

ll for Papers: Science, Technology, and History in Times of Crisis CSTHA Virtual Conference 4-7 November 2021 NEW Deadline for proposals: 29 August 2021 Please click here to download this notice as a PDF: CSTHA 2021 We invite scholars and researchers to the biennial conference of the nadian Science and Technology Historil Association to explore … Continue reading CSTHA Conference Applition Deadline Extended to Aug. 29th

The Origins of the Electric Telegraph in nada

175 Years of Telecommunitions: The Origins of the Electric Telegraph in nada By Michael Feagan During the spring of 1844, Samuel B. Morse sent the first Amerin telegraph over an experimental line from Washington to Baltimore. The message was “What hath God wrought?” It was a biblil message that resounded in a triumphant and apolyptic … Continue reading The Origins of the Electric Telegraph in nada

Creating the Electric Tree Pt. 3: Conflict and Compromise

Part 3 Creating the Electric Tree: Conflict and Compromise By Michael Feagan Historians of the telephone have often pointed out the social signifince of public reactions to the overcrowding of poles and wires in late nineteenth-century cities. One of the first nadian historians to recognize social conflict over poles and wires was Robert Collins, who … Continue reading Creating the Electric Tree Pt. 3: Conflict and Compromise

Scientia nadensis v. 43 n. 1

The latest number of Scientia nadensis (43, no. 1) is now available on Erudit. Articles include: Jennifer J. Connor, "An Author’s Delusion in Victorian nada: Richard Maurice Bucke and Transnational Publishing of Popular Science." J. T. H. Connor, "Bibliographic Ghostbusting: The Evanescent Life and Spirited Times of the nadian Journal of Homoeopathy (1856-57)." Rapha?l Pelletier, … Continue reading Scientia nadensis v. 43 n. 1

Triple M and the MacTutor Project

Triple M and the MacTutor Project: Joint CSHPM/BSHM/HOMSIGMAA Conference, July 12-15, 2021 First Posted on Friday, July 2, 2021 / Yom Shishi, 22 Tammuz, 5781 By: David Orenstein Back on October 23, 2020, I debated Michael Barany, http://www.p62a1r.tw/2020/10/23/discovering-the-nadian-international-scientific-congresses/, from the British Society for the History of Mathematics (BSHM) as part of the ongoing On-line Colloquia … Continue reading Triple M and the MacTutor Project