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Vol. 39, No. 1, January 2010
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The 2010 Election Slate

The slate for the 2010 elections appears below. Our thanks to the 2010 nominating committee for their work in putting together the list of nominees: (Liba Taub and Paul Lucier (co chairs), John Beatty, Deborah Harkness, Pam Long). We also wish to thank the nominees for agreeing to be nominated. A society is only as strong as the officers who consent to serve, and the HSS is fortunate to have so many talented people who are willing to help the Society. The election itself will take place in April and will be conducted electronically. Those who wish to receive a paper ballot should contact the HSS office: PO Box 117360, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611

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2009 HSS Annual Meeting Survey
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2009 Employment Survey
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Adventures in Romantic Science
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The True Story of Newton and the Apple
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Perspectives on Science
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Darwin Film Released
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What’s In A Session?
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Letter: How Not to Engage “Anti-Evolutionist” Historians
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The John Tyndall Correspondence Project
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The 2010 Election Slate
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2009 Prize Winners
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D. Kim Foundation for the History of Science and Technology in East Asia
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HSS 2010 Annual Meeting: Call for Papers
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All HSS members are reminded that they may nominate members for elected positions. The statutory language is as follows:
I. 9. Ballots:  The Nominating Committee, consisting of two members of the Council and three other members of the Society, shall prepare a ballot to be sent to each member of the Society at least two months before the annual meeting…. For the Council, the ballot shall contain the names of ten candidates proposed by the Nominating Committee together with the names of other candidates nominated by petitions signed by at least fifteen members of the Society….

Nominating petitions, together with the agreement of the person nominated, must reach the chair of the Nominating Committee within two months after publication of the list of nominees.

For Council

(10 nominees. Members will choose 5.)

For Nominating Committee At Large

(6 nominees. Members will choose 3.)

For Nominating Committee from Council

(4 nominees. Members will choose 2.)

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