Program

October 11, 2019

9:00-9:20 Opening Remarks

Nikhil Dharan, Taylor Dysart, Claire Sabel, Koyna Tomar
(University of Pennsylvania)

9:30-10:30 Session I
Why and How to Teach the Global History of Science

Existing and Alternative Narratives
Speakers: James Delbourgo (Rutgers University) and Marwa Elshakry (Columbia
University)
Empowered Chair: Whitney Laemmli (Carnegie Mellon University)

10:30-10:45 Coffee Break

10:45-12:15 Facilitated Discussion: Case Studies and Grand Narratives

12:15-1:15 Lunch

1:15-2:00 Session II
Resources for the Classroom

Speakers: Julia Rodriguez (University of New Hampshire) and Pierce Salguero
(Penn State Abington)
Empowered Chair: Rosanna Dent (NJIT/Rutgers University)

2:00-3:15 Facilitated Discussion: Resources and Assignments

3:15-3:30 Coffee Break

3:30-4:15 Session III
Syllabus Design

Speakers: Tiago Saraiva (Drexel University) and Kavita Sivaramakrishnan
(Columbia University)
Empowered Chair: Harun Küçük (University of Pennsylvania)

4:15-5:30 Facilitated Discussion: The Dream Syllabus

5:30-6:30 Reception

6:30 Unsettlingly Radical Implications of Teaching Global Histories of Science
Public Keynote Lecture by Shigehisa Kuriyama (Harvard University)

Empowered Chair: Ramah McKay (University of Pennsylvania)

Day 2 – October 12, 2019

9:30-11:00 Roundtable: Reflecting on Collaboration in Teaching the Global History of Science

Participants: Sebastián Gil-Riaño (University of Pennsylvania), Shigehisa
Kuriyama (Harvard University), Eugenia Lean (Columbia University), Projit
Mukharji (University of Pennsylvania), and Charu Singh (University of
Cambridge)

Empowered Chair: Sebastián Gil-Riaño (University of Pennsylvania)

11:00-11:30 Closing Remarks and Next Steps