2014 Digital HPS Consortium Meeting Announced

To keep abreast of the continually evolving meeting plan, please see the revised update "2014 Digital HPS Consortium Annual Meeting: September 1-3 In Nancy, France," or the page devoted to meeting content and logistics, to be updated as those specifics emerge: "September 1-3: 2014 Digital HPS Consortium Annual Meeting, Nancy, France."

2013 Digital HPS Consortium Meeting Finalized

The Digital HPS Consortium will hold its annual workshop and meeting September 6 and 7, 2013, at Indiana University Bloomington. Bill Newman and Wally Hooper will be hosting the event, and can be contacted with further questions regarding travel and logistics. The program itinerary is forthcoming, and if you would like to participate please contact Bill and Wally with an abstract for your proposal as soon as possible.

HSS Newsletter: "Digital History and Philosophy of Science Consortium Meets at Cambridge"

The History of Science Society published a full synopsis of the September 2012 meeting of the Digital HPS Consortium. In the October 2012 newsletter, "Digital History and Philosophy of Science Consortium Meets at Cambridge" outlines the sessions presented at the event, which ranged in topic from discussions of open-access standards and crowd-sourced public participation, to more technical aspects of metadata and computational tools.

Bloomington Indiana HPS Meeting 2013

Members of the Digital HPS consortium are convening at Indiana University Bloomington between February 18th and 20th. The spring 2013 meeting among Digital HPS consortium members will bring together researchers to discuss infrastructure development for future computational projects. Bill Newton and Wally Hooper of the Department for History and Philosophy of Science are hosting Manfred Laubichler and graduate students from Arizona State University in order to strengthen the collaboration between institutions.

A new web presence for Digital HPS!

At the most recent meeting of the Digital HPS Consortium, we decided to develop a new webpage to provide a more accessible clearing-house for information and resources, and to improve dissemination and growth of the dHPS community. To that end a team at Arizona State University Center for Biology and Society, led by PhD student Erica O'Neil, has created a new Drupal-based website at