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Spring 2020 | New History Courses: 20th-Century Europe & Charles Darwin

Spring 2020 | New History Courses: 20th-Century Europe & Charles Darwin

The History Department at Ohio University announces two new courses that are being offered for the first time in Spring 2020. HIST 2220: Europe in the 20th Century  Description: This course presents a survey of the history of Europe (including Great Britain and Russia) in the “short 20th century,” from the start […]

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October 29, 2019 at 4:02 pmAnnouncements In Class

Lee Wins Award for Published Article on History of Science and Japan

Lee Wins Award for Published Article on History of Science and Japan

Dr. Victoria Lee, Assistant Professor of History at Ohio University, was recently announced as a 2019 recipient of the Zhu Kezhen Junior Award for her published article, “Microbial Transformations: The Japanese Domestication of Penicillin Production, 1946-1951,” in Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 48 (2018): 441-474. The International Society for the […]

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August 28, 2019 at 11:29 amAnnouncements News Research

13th Annual Undergraduate History Conference, April 15-16

13th Annual Undergraduate History Conference, April 15-16

The Ohio University History Department invited the Ohio University and broader Athens community to the 13th Annual Undergraduate History Conference on Monday and Tuesday, April 15-16, 2019. The conference opens on Monday, April 15, at 5 p.m. with a keynote lecture in Bentley Hall 215. Assistant Professor Victoria Lee will give a lecture on […]

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April 1, 2019 at 8:30 pmEvents

Lee Authors Article on Japanese Domestication of Penicillin Production, 1946–1951

Dr. Victoria Lee

Dr. Victoria Lee, Assistant Professor of History, authored an article on “Microbial Transformations: The Japanese Domestication of Penicillin Production, 1946–1951” in the Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences. Abstract: The domestication of penicillin production in Japan was a priority for the Allied occupation government (1945–1952) immediately after World War II, since […]

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October 14, 2018 at 9:22 amResearch

Lee Presents Paper at Princeton Workshop on ‘Food, Health, and Environmental Exposures’

Dr. Victoria Lee

Dr. Victoria Lee, Assistant Professor of History, presented a paper titled “Wild Toxicity, Cultivated Safety: Aflatoxin and Kōji Classification” as part of a Princeton University invitation-only workshop in March. Organized under the rubric of “Risk on the Table: Food, Health, and Environmental Exposures,” the workshop examined the confluence of hazards and concerns that characterize […]

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April 20, 2017 at 11:01 amResearch

Lee Contributes to Japanese Encyclopedia of the History of Chemistry

Dr. Victoria Lee

Dr. Victoria Lee, Assistant Professor of History, contributed the entry on “Hakkō” (Fermentation) to the recently published Kagakushi jiten (Encyclopedia of the History of Chemistry), edited by Kagakushi gakkai (Japanese Society for the History of Chemistry). The encyclopedia, published in April 2017, will be the major Japanese-language reference work on the history of chemistry. Lee’s research focuses on […]

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April 13, 2017 at 2:40 pmResearch

Spring 2017 | History Announces 2 New Courses

Spring 2017 | History Announces 2 New Courses

The History Department at Ohio University announces two new courses that are being offered for the first time in Spring 2017. HIST 3500: Science and Society in the Modern World (2SS) Tier II Social Science Description: How do scientists know what they know? How have their forms of knowledge, practice, and expertise become […]

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October 24, 2016 at 11:56 amAnnouncements