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Amanda Rees remembers John Forrester

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Amanda Rees remembers John Forrester as a supervisor and also as a rugby fan.

Collection: The John Forrester Case

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Mon 23 May 2016


Andreas Mayer remembers John Forrester

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For his tribute to John Forrester, Andreas Mayer considers why psychoanalysis matters to history and philosophy of science.

Collection: The John Forrester Case

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 24 May 2016


Arthur Harris on Geoffrey Lloyd

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From 15 November 2022, the sixth of our series Classics of Cambridge HPS: Arthur Harris presents Geoffrey Lloyd's work on ancient Greek science.

Collection: Classics of Cambridge HPS

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 15 Nov 2022


Bonnie Evans remembers John Forrester

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Bonnie Evans remembers John Forrester's insight and ability to raise new questions.

Collection: The John Forrester Case

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 24 May 2016


Boris Jardine and Josh Nall on Jim Bennett

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From 25 October 2022, the third of our series Classics of Cambridge HPS: Boris Jardine and Josh Nall on the work of Jim Bennett, former Curator of the Whipple Museum.

Collection: Classics of Cambridge HPS

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 25 Oct 2022


Boris Jardine remembers John Forrester

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Boris Jardine remembers John Forrester as the master of the marginal annotation.

Collection: The John Forrester Case

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Mon 23 May 2016


Born to Rule Lecture 1 Henry VIII: The Quest for an Heir

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This summer, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is due to give birth to an heir to the throne. This is the first in a pair of lectures in which leading historians examine how Tudor...

Collection: Generation to Reproduction project

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 25 Jun 2013


Born to Rule Lecture 2 Mary of Modena: A Royal Scandal

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This summer, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is due to give birth to an heir to the throne. This is the second in a pair of lectures in which leading historians examine how Tudor...

Collection: Generation to Reproduction project

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Wed 26 Jun 2013


Charlotte Sleigh on Jim Secord

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From 2 May 2023, Charlotte Sleigh (UCL) discusses Jim Secord's 'Victorian Sensation' (2000).

Collection: Classics of Cambridge HPS

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 2 May 2023


Closing discussion

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Hasok Chang chairs the closing plenary discussion of the two-day anniversary event.

Collection: HPS 50th Anniversary Celebration

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 18 Jul 2023


Dr. Anne Kandler - "The role of individual and collective memory in the human adaptation process"

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A recording of Dr. Anne Kandler (Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthopology, Leipzig) speaking on "The role of individual and collective memory in the human adaptation...

Collection: Culture at the Macro-Scale

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Fri 29 Apr 2022


Dr. Cailin O'Connor - "Measuring Conventionality"

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A recording of Dr. Cailin O'Connor (University of California, Irvine) speaking on "Measuring Conventionality" as part of the "Cultures at the Macro Scale" seminar series.

Collection: Culture at the Macro-Scale

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Thu 4 Mar 2021


Dr. Cristina Moya - "Boundaries, what are they good for?"

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A recording of Dr. Cristina Moya (University of California Davis, and Brunel University) speaking on "Boundaries, what are they good for?" as part of the "Cultures at the Macro...

Collection: Culture at the Macro-Scale

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Thu 4 Feb 2021


Dr. Damián Blasi - "Under the Shadow of the (Language) Tree"

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A recording of Dr. Damián Blasi's (Harvard University) seminar presentation, "Under the Shadow of the (Language) Tree"—part of the "Cultures at the Macro Scale" seminar series.

Collection: Culture at the Macro-Scale

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Sun 1 Aug 2021


Dr. May Zhang - "What drives cultural extinction and diversification?"

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A recording of Dr. Hanzhi (May) Zhang (UCL) speaking on "What drives cultural extinction and diversification?" as part of the "Cultures at the Macro Scale" seminar series.

Collection: Culture at the Macro-Scale

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 5 Apr 2022


Dr. Solange Rigaud - "Using personal ornaments to track driving forces behind past culture macro-changes"

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A recording of Dr. Solange Rigaud's (Université de Bordeaux) seminar presentation, "Using personal ornaments to track driving forces behind past culture macro-changes"—part of...

Collection: Culture at the Macro-Scale

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Mon 23 Aug 2021


Emma Perkins on Liba Taub

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From 7 March 2023, Classics of Cambridge HPS continues with Emma Perkins on the work of Liba Taub.

Collection: Classics of Cambridge HPS

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 7 Mar 2023


Emm Johnstone remembers John Forrester

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Emm Johnstone shares her memories of being supervised by John Forrester.

Collection: The John Forrester Case

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Mon 23 May 2016


Guido Bacciagaluppi on Michael Redhead

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From 25 April 2023, Classics of Cambridge HPS continues with Guido Bacciagaluppi (Utrecht University) on Michael Redhead's contribution to philosophy of physics.

Collection: Classics of Cambridge HPS

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Tue 25 Apr 2023


History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge

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An introduction to History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge, with contributions from students and members of staff.

Collection: Study History and Philosophy of Science

Institution: Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Created: Wed 27 Nov 2019


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