Characteristics of the History of Science in America, with Some Programmatic Notes on Unity

Characteristics of the History of Science in America, with Some Programmatic Notes on Unity

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Clark A.Elliott, Belmont, Massachusetts (An essay in the " What's American About the History of Science in America? " series)...
The History of American Science: A Field Finds Itself

The History of American Science: A Field Finds Itself

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Hamilton Cravens, Iowa State University (An essay in the " What's American About the History of Science in America? " series)...
Science Knows No Boundaries

Science Knows No Boundaries

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Alan I. Marcus, Mississippi State University (An essay in the " What's American About the History of Science in America " ser...
What’s American about the History of Science in America? Restrospective and Prospective

What’s American about the History of Science in America? Restrospective and Prospective

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The Forum is pleased to announce a new essay series on what it means to study science in an American context (broadly defined). Does awarene...

Does American Science have a "paranoid style"?

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David Engber explores this question in a three-part series for Slate magazine that may be of interest to FHSA members.  Engber traces the m...

Darwin's Reach Conference Call for Papers

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Hofstra University announces an interdisciplinary conference titled, "Darwin's Reach: A Celebration of Darwin's Legacy across A...

American Science Live!

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The history of American science as a field has certainly grown by leaps and bounds since the 1970s, but how much has that history filtered i...

New Journal-Call for Papers

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The Museum History Journal is currently seeking submissions.  This new, peer-reviewed, semi-annual journal has just published its inaugural...
Dissertation Development grants

Dissertation Development grants

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The Social Science Research Council is currently accepting applications for their Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship.  Each year t...

Opportunity for recent PhDs

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Lawrence University is accepting applications for their 2008-2009 Fellows in the Liberal Arts and Sciences postdoctoral program.  Historian...

Spontaneous Generations

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A new on-line journal for historians and philosophers of science has published its first issue.   Spontaneous Generations  is peer-reviewed ...
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Podcasting is still unfamiliar territory for many academics, but the number of good quality history podcasts is growing rapidly. Elizabeth G...
Benjamin Franklin: A How-To Guide

Benjamin Franklin: A How-To Guide

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Exhibit Announcement Benjamin Franklin: A How-To Guide The Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments at Harvard University [From th...
Full-Text Collections and Class Assignments: A Librarian’s Perspective

Full-Text Collections and Class Assignments: A Librarian’s Perspective

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Wednesday, April 18, 2007 Among the greatest advantages offered by full-text databases are their indexing and search capabilities. I see ma...
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Thursday, March 02, 2006 Distinguished Lecturer address delivered at the Forum's annual meeting in November, 2005 The Forum 20 Years...
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