On February 21st, 2013, the History and Philosophy of Science Post-Graduate Association of The University of Melbourne will be hosting a Research Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science.
A full program for the day is available here.
|Time Begin||Time End||Title|
|9:10||10:00||What is the History and Philosophy of Science?
|10:20||10:40||The Exception that Proves the Rule. The Mohists and Genetic Epistemology
|10:40||11:00||Prisoner’s Veins: Failures and Advances in the Treatment of Cholera
|11:00||11:20||From Scientific Specimen to Cultural Property: Postcolonial Legacies of 20th Century Biological Research in Indigenous Australians
|11:20||11:40||What is the New Metaphysics of Science?
|11:40||12:00||The Megalithic Monuments of Arles and Astronomy in the European Neolithic
|12:00||1:30||Lunch @ PAs|
|1:30||2:00||Science and Cultural Memory
|2:00||2:20||Science and Policy: ‘Science for the People’ vs. The Autonomy of Science
|2:20||2:40||Australia’s Vaccination Policies and the Scientific Medicinal Model of Health
|2:40||3:00||Racial Prejudice in the Medical Profession? The Case of Refugee Jewish Doctors in Australia 1930-1945
|3:30||3:50||Of Methodology and Metaphysics: The Contested Scene of Early Relativistic Cosmology
|3:50||4:10||A Sketch of the Evolution of the Dark Matter Entity
|4:10||4:30||String Wars: The Scientific Establishment Strikes Back
Sophie Ritson and Marcus Carter
|5:00||6:30||Drinks and Tapas in the Old Quad Building|