Max Planck Institut for the History of Science
 
 
 
 
 

Programm of the Institute's Colloquium

Organized by Andreas Mayer (Dept. 2)
Wednesdays 15h-16h30,
Tea is served after the Colloquium

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Boltzmannstraße 22
14195 Berlin, Germany


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30.9.2009 Zur Shalev (Haifa University): Quantification and the Pilgrim Experience

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04.11.2009  Harriet Ritvo (History Faculty, MIT): The Animals' Turn?

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16.12.2009 John Tresch (University of Pennsylvania): La Technésthetique: A Physico-Spiritualist Conception of the Arts in French Romanticism

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13.01.2010 Herta Wolf (Univ. Duisburg-Essen): Snow-Crystals, for instance. Aspects of the chemical and optical differentiation of the photographic recording process from 1839 through 1900

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24.02.2010 Peter Schöttler (CNRS Paris): From Comte to Carnap. New Light on the Vienna Circle in France

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24.03.2010 Thomas Schlich (McGill University, Montreal): The “Ballet of the Crutches”: Photography, Body Function and Rationalized Fracture Care (WWI and 1920s Vienna)

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05.05.2010 Veronika Lipphardt, Alexandra Widmer and Susanne Bauer (MPIWG): From Field Surveys to Biobanks. A History of Knowledge about Human Biological Diversity

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09.06.2010 Nick Wilding (Georgia State University/American Academy in Rome): Printing the 'Sidereus Nuncius' (1610)

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23.06.2010 Staffan Müller-Wille (University of Exeter, UK): Annotating the System of Nature: Carl Linnaeus and the Uses of Writing Technologies

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07.07.2010 Carlo Ginzburg (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa): Nature vs. Culture. A Boundless Topic and a Case Study

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