Research and Publications
History of Science faculty and associated faculty regularly publish on topics of scolarly interest in the areas of science, technology, and medicine.
Over the last century, the industrialization of agriculture and processing technologies have made food abundant and relatively inexpensive for much of the world’s population.
In medieval and early modern Europe, the practice of alchemy promised extraordinary physical transformations.
After World War II, the question of how to define a universal human nature took on new urgency.
Psychoanalysis and neurological medicine have promoted contrasting and seemingly irreconcilable notions of the modern self.