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Gepubliceerd op 21-09-2015

Maurice Daumas Prize – ICOHTEC’s Article Prize

The International Committee for the History of Technology, ICOHTEC, welcomes submissions for the Maurice Daumas Prize, which aims to encourage innovative scholarship in the history of technology. ICOHTEC is interested in the history of technological development as well as its relationship to science, society, economy, culture and the environment. There is no limitation as to theoretical or methodological approaches.

The prize will be awarded to the author of the best article submitted which deals with the history of technology in any period of the past or in any part of the world and which was published in a journal or edited volume in 2014 or 2015. Eligible for the prize are original articles published in (or later translated into) any of the official ICOHTEC languages (English, French, German, Russian or Spanish). Submissions are welcomed from scholars of any country who are currently in graduate school or have received their doctorate within the last seven years. Please send your submission and a brief (not to exceed one-page) cv to each of the six Prize Committee members no later than 15 December 2015. Electronic submissions are preferred. The winner will be contacted in late April 2016.

The prize will be awarded at our 43rd Symposium, to be held in Porto, Portugal, in summer 2016. The winner will receive a cash prize of Euro 500 as well as a travel grant of Euro 300 (if needed) to attend the ICOHTEC Symposium, which will feature a special panel organized around the winning article. The Daumas Prize is sponsored by the Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM), France.

Dr. Stefan Poser, Chair, Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg, Germany, poser@hsu-hh.de
Dr. Hermione Giffard, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, hgiffard@gmail.com
Dr. Eike-Christian Heine, Universität Stuttgart, Germany, eikechristian.heine@googlemail.com
Dr. Laurent Heyberger, Université de technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM), France, laurent.heyberger@utbm.fr
Prof. Susan Schmidt Horning, St. John’s University, Queens, NY, USA, schmidts@stjohns.edu
Liliia Zemnukhova, PhD, Sociological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SI RAN), St. Petersburg, Russia, l.zemnukhova@gmail.com

MAURICE DAUMAS (1910 – 1984) – The French Trailblazer
The history of technology would never have become a prominent field of historical research without energetic pathbreakers. Maurice Daumas was one of them. One of his better known early works is  Les instruments scientifiques aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, which was also published in English. Between 1962 and 1978, he edited a highly acclaimed history of technology, Histoire générale des techniques, in five volumes, which has been translated into English and Spanish, and used as a textbook in various countries. In France, Daumas was also the pioneer of industrial archaeology. Daumas was the first secretary general of ICOHTEC and the host of its symposium at Pont- à-Mousson in 1970.

For further information about Daumas: http://www.persee.fr/web/revues/home/prescript/issue/rhs_0151-4105_1984_num_37_3

 

 

 

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