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Jeffery Appelhans
More than two years ago, postdoctoral fellows at the Library & Museum of the American Philosophical Society began what figures to be a signature product...
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Inspired by its 2021 exhibition Dr. Franklin, Citizen Scientist, the American Philosophical Society’s Library & Museum is organizing a symposium that explores citizen science as...
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Anisha Gupta
Sometimes a project arrives in the conservation lab as a mystery. It might be damaged, so in order for the cataloguers and librarians to safely...
Molly Nebiolo
This summer I spent my time as an Experiential Fellow with the Center for Digital Scholarship cleaning and organizing James Madison’s meteorological dataset for the...
Joe Makuc
Who made climate records in early America? This question drew me to work with the Madison meteorological records this summer as Martin L. Levitt Fellow...
American Philosophical Society
The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg was elected to the APS in 2006 as a Resident member in Class 5. She attended two Meetings, participating in...
Brian Carpenter
The American Philosophical Society (APS) is pleased to announce a new $200,000 grant it has received from the National Science Foundation’s Dynamic Language Infrastructure program...
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Philadelphia, PA, September 4, 2020 – With an eye towards the 250th anniversary of our nation’s founding in 2026, the American Philosophical Society (APS), in...