Latin American Society for the History of Sciences and Technology (LASHST)
Société latinoaméricaine d'histoire des sciences et de la technologie
Sociedad Latinoamericana de Historia de las Ciencias y la Tecnologia (SLHCT)
1982-08 Puebla CHIS Mexico
Aug 1982, Puebla (Mexico), at 1st Latin American Meeting of Historians of Science.
Unite those dedicated to research and teaching of history of science and technology; promote research and teaching in the field and the institutionalization and professionalization of this discipline; favour exhaustive research on scientific-technological and cultural Latin American heritage; promote the saving and preservation of scientific-technological Latin American documentation.
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Board, chaired by President, consists of elected active members representing different Latin American regions. Executive Committee, consisting of President and regional Secretaries (4) for: South Cone; Andean Zone; Caribbean and Central America; Iberian Zone.
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