MPIWG Researchers and Alumni Publish "Isis" Issue with a Focus on Anthropocene
- May 24, 2022
- New Publication
- Cooperation & CommunicationDept. IDept. IIIDept. DastonTwentieth Century Histories of Knowledge about Human VariationReading & Writing Nature in Early Modern Europe
- Etienne BensonKarin BijsterveldDeborah CoenMackenzie CooleyFa-ti FanJohn Bosco LourdusamyAnna-Maria T. MeisterErika MilamKärin NickelsenAlisha RankinJürgen RennGeert SomsenDavid SepkoskiLaura StarkHansjakob ZiemerLuis Verburgt
Several researchers and alumni have contributed to the newest issue of the open-access journal Isis, focusing on the history of science and the Anthropocene. The issue also includes several papers on other topics across the discipline of the history of science.
Isis: A Journal of the History of Science Society is a quarterly open-access academic journal on the history of science, medicine, and technology published by the History of Science Society. All essays and articles are freely available online.