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Literature Dissertations. Renovating Baconianism, reading Bacon: The fathering of science by Dennis Desroches, PhD McMaster University, 2001. Milton, education, and the scientific revolution by Angelica Alicia Duran, PhD Stanford University, 2000. Mass Communications Dissertations.

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Renovating Baconianism, reading Bacon:

The fathering of science

by Dennis Desroches, PhD

McMaster University, 2001

slide3
Milton, education, and

the scientific revolution

by Angelica Alicia Duran, PhD

Stanford University, 2000

slide5
Millennium bugs and

weapons of mass fear:

Dialogs between science and

popular culture in the 1990\'s

by Daniel Edward McGee, PhD

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2003

slide7
Rudolph Koenig (1832 - 1901),

Hermann von Helmholtz (1821 - 1894)

and the birth of modern acoustics

by David Alexander Pantalony, PhD

University of Toronto, 2002

slide9
Too many, too few:

The supply, demand, and distribution

of private duty nurses, 1910 - 1965

by Jean Catherine Whelan, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

slide10
From research lab to routine procedure:

A case study of the

Swan-Ganz catheter, 1965 - 1980

by Kathleen Geraghty Burke, PhD

University of Pennsylvania, 2001

slide12
The Keplerian Revolution:

Astronomy, physics, and

the argument for heliocentrism

by Bryce Hemsley Bennett, PhD

University of Western Ontario, 1999

slide13
Progress in mathematics:

Descartes’ ‘Geometry’

By Aaron John Lercher, PhD

State University of New York at Buffalo, 1999

slide14
Galen\'s necessary causes

in Medieval Arabic sources

by R. Coeli Fitzpatrick, PhD

State University of New York at Binghamton, 2002

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After the body politic:

Thomas Hobbes\'s scientific

argument concerning political order

by Fred Charles Langenegger, PhD

New School for Social Research, 2000

slide17
Civilizing science: The joint

construction of science and

citizenship in modern democracy

by Mark Burkhard Brown, PhD

Rutgers The State University

of New Jersey - New Brunswick, 2001

slide19
Between science and psychoanalysis:

Aaron T. Beck and the emergence

of cognitive therapy

by Rachael I. Rosner, PhD

York University, 1999

slide20
Freud\'s \'Project\' and neuroscience

By Donna Lee Wolfe, PsyD

Pepperdine University, 2002

slide22
Trial and error in the pursuit of

public health:

Leicester, 1849 - 1891

By Scott Edward Roney, PhD

University of Tennessee, 2002

slide24
Illness and healing in the early

Christian East (Roman Empire)

by Anne Elizabeth Merideth, PhD

Princeton University, 1999

slide25
The monastic health care system

and the development of the

hospital in Late Antiquity

by Andrew Todd Crislip, PhD

Yale University, 2002

slide27
The accommodation of insanity

in Canton, China:

1857 - 1935

by Peter Paul Szto, PhD

University of Pennsylvania, 2002

slide29
The expansion of science as social

authority and institutional structure

in the world system, 1700 - 1990

by Evan Auram Schofer, PhD

Stanford University, 1999

slide30
The social organization of

AIDS knowledge

by Patrick Jude Moynihan, PhD

State University of New York at

StonyBrook, 1999

slide32
Corpus salubre:

Medicinal cannibalism in

early modern English culture

(William Shakespeare,

Thomas Nashe, John Donne,

Edmund Spenser)

by Louise Christine Noble, PhD

Queen’s University at Kingston, 2002

slide34
Dr. Girl: The feminization

of veterinary medicine

by Gretchen Emily Klein, PhD

Georgia State University, 2002

slide35
Skirting bedlam:

Women\'s autobiographies

of mental illness

By Barbara Holler Smith, PhD

Rutgers The State University of

New Jersey - New Brunswick, 2000

conclusions
Conclusions
  • Scholars from various disciplines researching the history of science need to be more actively included in the history of science community.
  • History of science faculty need to recognize that their mentoring roles can extend to a broader community of researchers.
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