Join the HOST Society for our first conference since the pandemic! This is an opportunity to hear a keynote lecture, support your fellow students as they present papers and learn more about the HOST program if you are interested in becoming part of it.1:00 p.m. – Welcome
1:15 p.m. – Keynote lecture: Dr. Joseph Bielawski – “Diversity and the Social Dimensions of Science”
2:30 p.m. – Student Panel #1

  • Jane Courtney – “Darwin’s Mechanical Universe? Romantic Underpinnings of Darwin’s Conception of Nature”
  • Shantelle Marsh – “Axolotl & Drosophila: Extreme Examples of Early Laboratory Experimentation”
  • Sadie Quinn – “Was Rachel Carson an Ecofeminist?”

4:00 p.m. – Student Panel #2

  • “Neyve Egger – “Scientific Atheism in the Age of COVID-19”
  • El Hansen – “A Miner Problem: The Philosophical Disposition of the Cape Breton Workers on the Question of Technological progress”
  • Ana Furtado: “It’s a No Brainer: 20th Century Lobotomies and the Implicit Gender and Racial Bias in Medicine”

5:15 p.m. – ClosingCheck out @kingshostsociety on Instagram for more details. We hope to see you there!