August HPS&ST Note

The August HPS&ST Note is now on the web here.

CONTENTS

  • Introduction
  • NARST 2020 Conference: Strand 13 (HPS) Submissions (August 15)
  • IHPST Life-Time Achievement Award to Fabio Bevilacqua
  • Book Reviewing for the British Journal for the History of Science
  • History of Electricity (A.K.T. Assis) Volume
  • Feng Shui: Teaching About Science and Pseudoscience
  • IHPST Latin America Regional Conference (2018) Abstracts
  • Journal Thematic Issue: What are the Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Foundations of STEM Education?
  • Proceedings of the International Congress on the History of Science in Education, Vila Real, Portugal
  • Opinion Page: The Problem of Scientific Bias: The 1919 Astronomical Confirmation of Einstein’s Theory (Daniel J. Kennefick)
  • PhD Theses in HPS&ST Domain: Veli Virmajoki, University of Turku
  • Recent HPS&ST Research Articles
  • Recent HPS&ST Related Books
  • Coming HPS&ST Related Conferences

The HPS&ST monthly Note is sent to about 7,800 individuals who directly or indirectly have an interest in the connections of history and philosophy of science with theoretical, curricular and pedagogical issues in science teaching, and/or interests in the promotion of more engaging and effective teaching of the history and philosophy of science.

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Regards,
Michael Matthews