A Nice Derangement of Empathies

A Nice Derangement of Empathies

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In the wake of JAS-BIO (which I mentioned earlier and which Joanna thoroughly recapped last week ), Nathaniel Comfort over at PACHSmörgÄsbo...
JAS-BIO, Evolving

JAS-BIO, Evolving

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A few weeks ago, Henry, Lukas, and I all traveled to New Haven for the 46th meeting of the Joint Atlantic Seminar for the History of Biology...

Spending Cuts, Financial Crises, and Social Darwinism

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The American Museum of Natural History, 77th and Central Park West I have been reading Sven Bec...
Labels and the History of Science

Labels and the History of Science

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I would like to erase the consequences of certain events and restore an initial condition. But every moment of my life brings with it an ...
Is Business Our Business Too?

Is Business Our Business Too?

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Of course. That's my answer. Last weekend I had the pleasure of giving a paper at the annual Business History Conference. The program ...

Hemingway's Cats: Let's Talk About Animals

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So far, our blog has been rather human-centric. Today, I want to change that by starting a discussi...
David Brooks and "Scientific Concepts"

David Brooks and "Scientific Concepts"

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I know, I know: another David Brooks column? After my last stab at Brooks' popularization efforts - which received a bit of positive f...
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