Israel's History of Science tradition is oriented towards the emergence of science in the European context. This article explores the history of this tradition, assesses the actual situation, and takes a glance at future Israeli ties to European history and intellectual currents.
This is the third in series of articles that appears within the journal section dedicated to the European Society for the History of Science. The articles are based on interview material and feature scholars who report on the situation of history of science in their country. The third country under the spotlight is Israel.