The July HPS&ST Note Now Available

The July HPS&ST Note is now availble on the web at:

Contents include:

  • Introduction
  • 2017 IHPST Biennial Conference
    • IHPST President’s Report
    • Aydin Sayili and the Turkish 5TL banknote: A First for Historians of Science
    • Turkish Politics
  • In Memoria: Robert Sonné Cohen (1923-2017)
    • Gerald Holton: Bob Cohen: At the Beginning
  • Education Papers at the Division of the History of Science & Technology (DHST) 5th International Congress, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 23 to 29 July 2017
    • Innovative and Engaging Pedagogy in History of Science, Technology and Medicine
    • Using History in Science Education
    • New Histories of Science Education
  • Science and Cultural Content Knowledge: Gratis Article Download
  • Elements in the Philosophy of Biology, Cambridge University Press, Book Series
  • Opinion Page:
  • Recent HPS&ST Research Articles
  • Recent HPS&ST Related Books
  • Coming HPS&ST Related Conferences

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