Hello Circle Readers, The Contents of the October 2015 Pacific Science Quarterly are available here for viewing (PDF).
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Hello Circle Readers, Pacific Circle Bulletin No. 35 (October 2015) may be found online here (PDF format). There is also a permanent link to the file under the ‘Bulletin’ heading at the top of this page, along with all past issues of the bulletin and newsletter.
Hello Circle Readers, The Ninth International Congress on the History of Oceanography will be held April 12th – April 15th 2016 at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia. Papers are invited over the following groups of subjects: Observational oceanography International co-operations Interdisciplinary approaches Economic aspects of oceanography Institutional heritage Archival resources Mathematical simulation Please see the Circular here (PDF format) for more details regarding the event.
Hello Circle Readers, Pacific Circle Bulletin No. 34 (April 2015) may be found online here (PDF format). There is also a permanent link to the file under the ‘Bulletin’ heading at the top of this page, along with all past issues of the bulletin and newsletter.
Hello Circle Readers, The Japanese Association for the History of Geosciences (JAHIGEO) Newsletter No. 17 (May 2015) is available online. You may download it here (Microsoft Word .docx format). Many thanks to Michiko Yajima for bringing this to attention.
Hello Circle Members, An article by Garry J. Tee (Department of Mathematics, University of Auckland) on “Charles Darwin’s New Zealand Correspondents” has recently been published in the Journal of the Historical Studies Group, Geosciences Society of New Zealand. Please see below for the full reference and a link to the article (PDF format): Garry J. Tee, “Charles Darwin’s New Zealand correspondents,” Journal of the Historical Studies Group, Geosciences Society of …Read More
Hello Circle Readers, Registrations are now open for the 21st Annual Conference of the Australasian Mining History Association. The conference will be held at the Art Gallery and Museum of the Northern Territory, Darwin, between the 21st – 27th June 2015. Abstracts (250 words) on mining related topics should be submitted to reach the Secretary at: email@example.com by 1st April. Registration forms available at: https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=14863 Or, view on the Association’s …Read More
Hello Circle Readers, The organizing committee for the 2015 NAVSA Annual Conference invites proposals for papers, panels, and special sessions on the subject of Victorians in the World. The conference will be held from 9-12 July, 2015. Please click here for details and deadlines (PDF link).
Hello Circle Readers, Please see below for an announcement regarding the upcoming conference on “Material Encounters” at the National Library of Australia. Thanks to Dr. Bronwen Douglas for bringing this to attention. Material Encounters Conference Room, National Library of Australia 4-6 February 2015 Web page and registration http://chl.anu.edu.au/departments/history/conference_material_encounters.php The focus of this conference is the materiality of knowledge produced through personal encounters with people and places. Papers will address multiple …Read More