Statement on U.S. Legislative Efforts to Restrict Education about Racism
In response to recent U.S. legislative efforts to restrict the teaching of “divisive concepts,” a number of scholarly organizations have joined together to write and sign a letter opposing such measures. GECC has written its own statement, available here.
GECC Programming at HSS 2021
For information on our Tacit Knowledge Panel for HSS 2021, “What Now? Broadening Your Career Horizons While a Grad Student” please see here. Stay tuned for details on other GECC programming for HSS 2021, including a Women’s Mentorship Lunch and more!
Book Reviews for Isis
The Graduate and Early Career Caucus is currently looking for graduate students and early career scholars who would like to review books for Isis, the journal of the History of Science Society!
If you would be interested in being considered to write a book review, please fill out the form below. We will be organizing an online workshop for potential book reviewers later this summer, date TBD, where representatives from Isis and GECC will explain the journal’s review process and best practices for writing a book review. If you fill out the form below, you will receive notification for the review workshop.
The Graduate and Early Career Caucus (GECC) seeks to address the concerns and issues of graduate students and scholars in the early stages of their careers. As an official caucus of the History of Science Society (HSS), GECC offers mentoring programs and organizes sessions as well as social events at the annual meetings of the HSS. The chairs and officers are graduate students and early career members of HSS, who serve as liaisons between the standing committees of HSS and the student/early career constituency.
GECC officers can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com.