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Who is Making Science? Scientists as Makers of Technical-Scientific Structures and Administrators of Science Policy
Zu den Akten – Verlags- und Wissenschaftsstrategien der Wiener Psychoanalyse (1919–1938)
Ways of Regulating: Therapeutic Agents between Plants, Shops and Consulting Rooms
Nuclear Proliferation: History and Present Problems
„Man lasse doch diese Dinge selber einmal sprechen“ – Experimentierkästen, Experimental-anleitungen und Erzählungen um 1900
Early modern English householders were bombarded with health-related information. Contemporary booksellers’ shelves were crammed full of medical textbooks, pharmacopoeias, herbals, surgical handbooks, expositions on new medical theories, regimen guides, and more.
Recipes are deceptively simple: they encourage us to dig beneath and around a seemingly straightforward list of ingredients and directions, provoking conversations about historic foodways, linguistics, scientific praxis, conceptions of race and class, medical breakthroughs, and religious prohibitions. “The Recipes Project” is an international collaborative project aiming to gather and showcase interdisciplinary research on recipes across broad temporal, geographical, and epistemic spans.
Decolonizing the Plan Workshop II
The Research Program “History of the Max Planck Society” (Geschichte der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, GMPG) has emerged from Department I and its work in the historical epistemology of scientific institutions. Initiated by the president of the Max Planck Society (MPG) Peter Gruss, the program assumed its work with the approval of president Martin Stratmann in June 2014.
This project was part of the Research Unit TP A2 of the Collaborative Research Center—Sonderforschungsbereich SFB 626 "Aesthetic Experience and the Dissolution of Artistic Limits" of the Freie Universität Berlin.