Science / History

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Creatures of Reason

Creatures of Reason

John Herschel and the Invention of Science

Explores the Early Life and Career of a Figure Central to the Development of Modern Scientific Practice

Sharing Spaces

Sharing Spaces

Technology, Mediation, and Human-Animal Relationships

Considers the Entangled Human-Animal Relationship of a Complex Multispecies World

William Whewell

William Whewell

Victorian Polymath

Reexamines the Work and Legacy of One of the Most Important Figures of the Victorian Era

Most Adaptable to Change

Most Adaptable to Change

Evolution and Religion in Global Popular Media

How Multimedia Influenced Relationships between Evolutionary Studies and Religion in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

Nature on Paper

Nature on Paper

Documenting Science in Prussia, 1770-1850

How Paper Tools Transformed the Infrastructure of Modern Research in Prussia at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century

William Bartram’s Visual Wonders

William Bartram’s Visual Wonders

The Drawings of an American Naturalist

Positions Bartram’s Illustrations as Central to His Understanding of the Natural World

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 14

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 14

The Correspondence, October 1873–October 1875

Letters Covering Tyndall’s Infamous Belfast Address

The Descent of Artificial Intelligence

The Descent of Artificial Intelligence

A Deep History of an Idea 400 Years in the Making

A Radically Different History of AI Spanning Four Centuries of Research on Human Intelligence and Behavior

Victorian Interdisciplinarity and the Sciences

Victorian Interdisciplinarity and the Sciences

Rethinking the Specialization Thesis

A Complex and Innovative Analysis of Discipline Formation in Nineteenth-Century Science

The People’s Spaceship

The People’s Spaceship

NASA, the Shuttle Era, and Public Engagement after Apollo

How Everyday Citizens Played an Integral Role in the Development of NASA’s Space Shuttle

Science, Religion, and the Protestant Tradition

Science, Religion, and the Protestant Tradition

Retracing the Origins of Conflict

Revisiting the Origins, Development, and Popularization of the “Conflict Thesis”

The Graft Hybrid

The Graft Hybrid

Challenging Twentieth-Century Genetics

A New Physiological History of Biotechnology

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 13

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 13

The Correspondence, June 1872–September 1873

Letters Showing Tyndall’s Widespread Esteem and Increasing Social Status

Evolutionary Theories and Religious Traditions

Evolutionary Theories and Religious Traditions

National, Transnational, and Global Perspectives, 1800–1920

How Intellectuals and Global Publics Viewed the Relationship between Evolution and Diverse Religious Traditions

Scientific Advice to the Nineteenth-Century British State

Scientific Advice to the Nineteenth-Century British State

Traces the Early Evolution of Britain’s System of Scientific Advice

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