HPS&ST June Newsletter

Dear Colleague,

The June HPS&ST Newsletter is on the web at:

https://www.hpsst.com/hpsst-newsletter.html

Contents

# Introduction

# Michael R. Matthews: History, Philosophy and Science Teaching: A Personal Story, Springer, 2021

# Paul Bunge Prize 2022

# German Society for Philosophy of Science, Fourth International Conference, Berlin March 2022

# Philosophy of Science Association (PSA) Covid Teaching Resources

# Assistant Editor Required, HPS&ST Newsletter

# Opinion Page: Where Science and Miracles Meet, Alan Lightman, MIT

# Recent HPS&ST Research Articles

# Recent HPS&ST Related Books

# Coming HPS&ST Related Conferences

# HPS&ST Related Organisations and Websites

The first-listed item is my own just-published academic autobiography.  The book’s Preface and TOC can be read at:

https://www.hpsst.com/uploads/6/2/9/3/62931075/personal_story_front_matter.pdf

Book details, chapter titles, previews, and purchasing information can be seen at:

https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9789811605574?token=xRMtG7SJe4B2Ddd

Hopefully there are some useful lessons that teachers and researchers can draw from my account of forty years of writing, editorial and administrative work in HPS&ST.

Do please excuse a personal note, but the link below is to a brief one-minute clip made today by my 10-year-old grandson, Joshua, with support from his near 3-year-old brother, Hugo, as part of a local Minnamurra (Australia) environmental campaign with which he is involved.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gczYCUuoLLs

A nice example of young children’s appreciation of immediate environmental issues.  An appreciation that surely can be built upon in a science programme and extended to less immediate environmental and related social and political issues.

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Michael R. Matthews, UNSW, m.matthews@unsw.edu.au .

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