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David Nelson
The Center for Digital Scholarship is currently preparing a project on women in science. This project will create a digital interface for exploring networks of...
Anna Guerrero
Header image: Anna Clemencia Guerrero, a PhD candidate in history and philosophy of science at Arizona State University and inaugural Jacques Barzun Fellow, examines botanical...
Sabrina Bocanegra
Revolutionary City: A Portal to the Nation’s Founding is live and being updated regularly. Accessible at https://therevolutionarycity.org/, the portal has undergone many iterations and updates...
Renée Wolcott
In my first post about Petrus Ramus’s 1636 Via Regia ad Geometriam—a geometry textbook with warped, broken wooden boards and mold-eaten leaves—I described the innovative...
Susan Anderson
George Washington Corner (1889–1981) was an American physician, anatomist, endocrinologist, embryologist, historian, and author. He is best known for his contributions to reproductive science, especially...
Alexandra Macdonald
Header image: “Appearance of a Steeped Vat,” Treatise on the Process and Manufacture of Fine Indigo, 1832. British Library. Most research projects seem to start...
Michael Madeja
As a member of the exhibitions team at the APS, I get the privilege of seeing these public-facing works go from idea to execution. But...
Anne Downey
Header image: East Front Street, Nome Alaska, April 1909 Three photo albums recently came to the conservation lab, courtesy of two donors to the Society...