Faculty Book Spotlight
Lynn K. Nyhart and Thomas Broman (eds.), Science and Civil Society (Osiris, Volume 17) (University of Chicago Press, 2002)
The UW-Madison Department of the History of Science is one of the largest and oldest academic programs of its kind in the United States. It offers an undergraduate major
and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees
in History of Science, Medicine, and Technology. Our program is known for the strength and diversity of its areas of study and its warm, collegial environment. All historical aspects of science, medicine, and technology receive attention – from their internal development to their broader social contexts, including their relationships with institutions, philosophy, religion, literature, and visual and material culture.
2015 Midwest Junto on April 17-19, 2015
The UW Department of the History of Science is pleased to host the 58th annual meeting of the Midwest Junto for the History of Science on April 17-19, 2015. Please visit the Junto web page
for more information.
April 10 (Friday) at Noon
Brown Bag: Alan Rocke, Prof. of History, Case ...(more
April 10 (Friday) at 3:30 pm
Colloquium: Alan Rocke, Prof. of History, Case ...(more
April 17 (Friday) at Noon
Brown Bag: Gregg Mitman, UW-Madison ...(more