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Dear members of the European Society for the History of Science, friends and colleagues,
Tragic events are taking place in and around Europe and are shaking our democratic and cosmopolitan values: terrorist attacks in France, Belgium, Germany and beyond, suspension of human (and academic) rights in Turkey, failure of a policy for the asylum seekers escaping war, war in Ukraine, assassination by the Egyptian state intelligence of a Cambridge University (Italian) doctoral student, Brexit and other anti-UE movements, visa difficulties that limit the right of many East Asian colleagues to participate in our conferences. Certainly we all know people who have been seriously affected. The general outlook is not positive. Academic freedom and international cooperation are at risk.
ESHS short presentation
Founded in 2003, the European Society for the History of Science promotes European cooperation in the fields of history of science, technology and medicine. Members of the ESHS are located throughout the world.
The official journal of the ESHS is Centaurus, to which members of the ESHS are offered a special subscription rate Centaurus
They are also offered a cut-price subscription to Notes and Records of the Royal Society.