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Vol. 43, No. 1, January 2014
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Diversity in the History of Science Profession: Recent Doctoral Recipient Statistics

Relative numbers of ethnic minorities and women within an academic discipline never tell the whole story regarding that field's diversity. However, diversity statistics can provide a litmus test for unseen, institutionalized barriers for female colleagues or racially underrepresented scholars. In most cases, diversity statistics can also provide a glimpse into a discipline's academic robustness and relevance to the public. The National Opinion Research Council (NORC) and National Science Foundation (NSF) have conducted long term collections of educational statistics for the United States of America.
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Diversity in the History of Science Profession: Recent Doctoral Recipient Statistics
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Notes from the Inside
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Notes from the Inside

Society Executive Director Jay Malone reflects on last year's work and this year's future direction for the HSS.
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News from members of the History of Science Society.
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In Memoriam

Memorial information about members of the History of Science Society.
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