History of Science
The Program in History of Science at Princeton encompasses science, medicine, and technology. From medieval alchemy to evolutionary theory, from early modern optics to cartography, from health policy to the connections between science and the arts, interests touch upon a wide range of time periods and regions of the world. Faculty members are connected with a number of intellectual communities on campus, including East Asian Studies, the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), Comparative Literature, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Philosophy, and digital humanities.
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Pushing Cool Named a Finalist for the 2021-2022 Book Prize of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History