PLEASE NOTE, THE TIME IS 4PM, NOT 12PM.
Please join the Early Science Working Group for a special event: a presentation by Edna Bonhomme, on Tuesday October 24th, from 4-6 pm, in Science Center 469. This talk will be cohosted by the Early Modern Workshop. Refreshments will be served.
Additionally, we are hosting a coffee hour with Edna on Wednesday morning, 10 - 11 am October 25th, at Science Center 359. All folks interested in a chance to speak with Edna further about her work (or their own) is most welcome. This coffee hour is co-sponsored by the Center for Science, Religion and Culture at HDS.
Edna Bonhomme is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Max-Planck Institute in Berlin. Her dissertation is titled "Plagued Bodies and Spaces: Medicine, Trade, and Death in Ottoman Egypt and Tunisia, 1705-1830 CE."
Please RSVP using this form for both events, and to indicate any dietary restrictions.