5th STEP Meeting
“Popularisation of Science and Technology in the European Periphery”
Museu de Menorca (Mahon) Minorca, 1-3 June 2006
STEP Meeting



General Information
STEP Meeting organisation
STEP 2006 Scientific Committee
Provisional programme of the STEP Meeting

Papers (password requested)

General Information top

STEP ("Science and Technology in the European Periphery") was founded in Barcelona in 1999, and gathers around 90 historians of science from all over Europe with a special interest in the role of Science and Technology in countries outside the "big three" (France, Germany, and Britain). The group held meetings in Lisbon (2000), on Scientific Travels; Aegina, Greece (2002), on textbooks and science teaching in the periphery; and Aarhus, Denmark (2004), on the role of history of science in the construction of nationals identities in peripheral countries.

STEP 2006 Scientific Committee mailto:cg.step2006@uab.es

Ana Carneiro mailto:amoc@netcabo.pt (Lisbon)

Robert Marc Friedman mailto:robert.friedman@hf.uio.no (Oslo)

Peter Kjaergaard mailto:idepck@hum.au.dk (Aahrus)

Agustí Nieto-Galan mailto:agusti.nieto@uab.es (Barcelona)

Faidra Papanelopoulou mailto:Faidra.Papanelopoulou@ehess.fr (Athens - Paris)

Enrique Perdiguero mailto:quique@umh.es (Alicante)

Geert Vanpaemel mailto:geert.vanpaemel@arts.kuleuven.ac.be (Louvain)

Provisional programme of the STEP Meeting top

[Programme of the STEP Meeting]