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Chemistry and the Public Sphere: Moments of Transition March 28, 2013

Posted by sandyclaus in Art and Science, Science Museum Environment.
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.”Chemistry and the Public Sphere:

Moments of Transition

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Chair: Jennifer Rampling (University of

Cambridge)

Commentator: Bernadette BensaudeVincent (Université Paris I, PanthéonSorbonne)

Sponsored by the Forum for the History of

the Chemical Sciences (FoHCS)

“Philosophical Instruments and Public

Display: New Modes of KnowledgeMaking and Demonstration in

Eighteenth-Century Chemistry

Courses,” John C. Powers (Virginia

Commonwealth University)

“Beyond Genius, Before Theory:

Recovering the Lost World of Practice

in Nineteenth-Century Chemistry,”

Catherine M. Jackson (University of

Notre Dame)

“Opportunity vs. Risk: The Changing

Culture of the Early 1960s,” Robert

Bud (Science Museum, London )

 

http://www.hssonline.org/Meeting/2012HSSMeeting/2012_Preliminary_Program.pdf

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