Founded in 1994, the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG) in Berlin is one of the more than 80 research institutes administered by the Max Planck Society. It is dedicated to the study of the history of science and aims to understand scientific thinking and practice as historical phenomena. Researchers pursue an historical epistemology in their studies of how new categories of thought, proof, and experience have emerged.
Publications, Media, & Digital Resources
Remond, J. (2018). Distributing Dürer in the Netherlands: gifts, prints and the mediation of fame in the early sixteenth century. In G. Jurkowlaniec, I. Matyjaszkiewicz, & Z. Sarnecka (Eds.), The agency of things in Medieval and early modern art: materials, power and manipulation (pp. 117-126). New York [u.a.]: Routledge.
Serrano, E. (2018). Spreading the revolution: Guyton’s fumigating machine in Spain; politics, technology, and material culture (1796-1808). In L. L. Roberts, & S. Werrett (Eds.), Compound histories: materials, governance, and production, 1760-1840 (pp. 106-130). Leiden: Brill. doi:10.1163/9789004325562_006.
David Sepkoski, Marco Tamborini
Sepkoski, D., & Tamborini, M. (Eds.). (2017). Darwin and the reception of evolutionary theory in paleontology: a transnational perspective [Special Issue]. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 66.