History of Science

Jeremy Glazier, “On Lately Looking Into Twombly’s Homer” (05/2019)

Nicole Weld-Joerger, “Watts in Water” (03/2019)

Luna Sarti, “The Taste of Water” (01/2019)

Molly Nebiolo, “John Parkinson and the Rise of Botany in the 17th Century” (11/2018)

Nuala F. Caomhánach, “Functional Promiscuity: The Choreography and Architecture of the Zinc Gang” (09/2018)

Joseph Santish V, “’To seek God in all things’: The Jesuit encounter with botany in India” (08/2018)

Alison McManus, “Dispatches from Princeton’s History of Science Colloquium: Jutta Schickore’s ‘Contributions to a History of Experimental Controls’” (03/2018)

Audrey Borowski, “The challenge of contingency and Leibniz’s cybernetic thinking” (02/2018)

Spencer J. Weinreich, “Reptiles, Amphibians, Herptiles, and other Creeping Things: Variations on a Taxonomic Theme” (05/2017)

Jamie Phillips, “The Brain-for-Itself: Soviet Psychoneurologists Debate the Psychophysical Problem” (10/2016)

Daniel Rinn, “Aldo Leopold and the History of Environmental Ideas” (02/2016)

Carolyn Taratko, “The ‘Conquest of the Sun’ and Ideas about Energy” (11/2015)

Nicholas Bellinson, “Goodnight Moon: Kepler’s ‘Somnium’” (10/2015)

Stephanie L. Schatz, “Science, Mysticism, and Dreams in Alice᾽s Adventures in Wonderland” (03/2015)