CFP: Israeli Society for History & Philosophy of Science

The Israeli Society for History & Philosophy of Science is pleased to announce its fourteenth annual conference, which will be held on Sunday, December 22, 2013, at the Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem.

The conference constitutes a meeting site for scholars from different fields, such as history, philosophy, sociology, anthropology, political science, the natural and medical sciences, economics, and literature, who are all engaged in studying different aspects of the theoretical and applied sciences, medicine, and technology.

We welcome proposals for 20 minute long lectures in Hebrew or English, or 90 minute long panels, which may include three to four presentations, on all aspects of science, medicine, and technology, both contemporary and historical, including different aspects of science, technology, and medicine in Israel. Priority will be given to panel proposals.

Guidelines for submission: For individual papers, please submit 250 to 400 word long abstracts. Panel proposals should include a description of the panel, names and institutional affiliations of the panelists, their emails and telephone numbers, and a short abstract of each presentation.

Please log in to to submit a proposal at the following URL: The interface language is English, but all fields can be filled in Hebrew as well.

The deadline for submission is October 6, 2013.

For additional information and advice on presentations and panels, please visit the society website at or email us at

Conference organizing committee: Nadav Davidovitch, Raz Chen-Morris, Anat Leibler, Boaz Miller, Ariel Zimerman, and Yosef Schwartz.

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