Wooster Science Cafe: May 19th

This Wednesday, May 19th, 7-8pm

“Women and Science in France and Europe Before 1800”

Dr. Laura Burch

What counts as “serious” scientific research? What assumptions do we have about who can do “serious” science?

What’s gender got to do with it? This talk explores the connections between how we think about the answers to

these questions now and how people thought about them during the era in which modern understandings of science were born.

Use this link to join us at 7pm: https://osu.zoom.us/j/93148343483?pwd=Qm1tQ3ZwMFZVZjF0L3djMXBoL3hLQT09

About the Wooster Science Café: The Wooster Science Café was established to promote dialogue in the Wooster community about scientific topics of general interest. It features a local scientist talking about a topic in their area of expertise and facilitating a discussion with the audience, and is co-sponsored by The College of Wooster and The Ohio State University. Normally, the Wooster Science Café is generously hosted by Spoon Market & Deli, but, for now, we are staying virtual. We encourage you to order some goodies from Spoon and curl up on your couch while you join us for some science!

This concludes the Spring 2021 season. We hope to see you in person for our next season!

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