Welcome to the HSS Digital page. This is a new initiative to feature digital scholarship in the history of science. We also aim to aid historians of science in understanding and developing their own digital work. For more information on this, see our statement on Digital Scholarship
This page is managed by the HSS Technology and Communication Committee, chaired by Kathleen Sheppard (Missouri S&T). If you would like to contribute to this endeavor, please contact me.
Welcome to THATCamp HSS 2019 in Utrecht! We are excited to be able to offer two afternoons of THATCamp at HSS this year. THATCamp will take place on Thursday, July 25 and Friday, July 26, from 1:30-6pm, with a coffee break at 3:30-4pm. We hope in splitting up THATCamp, interested ...Read More
In August of 2018, the Technology and Communication Committee, headed by co-chairs Stephen Weldon and Kathleen Sheppard, set up this site---HSS Digital---a subdomain within HSS Online as a resource where scholars in history of science can go to find out what is happening digitally in the profession. The initial site ...Read More
Come join us this year for THATCampHSS 2018! This year it will be in Seattle on Friday morning, November 2, 8am-12pm. We will be holding it off-site at the Seattle Public Library, which is only a couple of blocks from the hotel. Check back at the main website above for ...Read More
By Charles H. Pence (Louisiana State University) For the fourth time, the annual HSS meeting (in Toronto in November 2017) included an opportunity for scholars interested in digital approaches to the history of science to meet up, collaborate, and learn from one another. The 2017 version of THATCamp HSS was ...Read More
The quadrennial Neu-Prize for the best tool or resource in history of science was awarded on July 26, 2017 to Klaus Hentschel and his Stuttgart Team for his online resource “Database of Scientific Illustrators 1450-1950.” The Neu-Whitrow prize is named for John Neu who edited the ISIS bibliography and continued the ...Read More