Curation and Research in Art and Science

Curation and Research in Art and Science

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Chicago's Field Museum is making drastic cuts to basic research in order to meet a constrained budget. Lukas has argued  that this shoul...

. . . By Exemplars: Kuhn in Chicago

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A few weeks ago, I attended a birthday party at the University of Chicago called "Celebrating ...
An Experiment in Teaching Hiroshima to Tomorrow's Engineers

An Experiment in Teaching Hiroshima to Tomorrow's Engineers

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As many of our readers attempt to recover from the semester's end, I'm pleased to present a guest post by David Spanagel, reflecting...

The Field Museum Cuts Basic Research

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Karl Akeley's famous "Fighting African Elephants" being put on display at the Field...

"Change or Die!": The History of an Innovator's Aphorism

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I asked Matt Wisnioski to share something with our readers about the history of technological change...

Should Online Communities Have Rights?

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On November 30th, 2012, NCsoft, a South Korea-based video game maker, shutdown one of its digital pr...

The Queues of Disneyland, and other thoughts from HSS

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My undergraduate course in discrete mathematics introduced me to some of the paradigmatic problems o...

The Fall of Jonah Lehrer (Part 4 of 4)

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This post concludes my four-part series on the cultural context of contemporary popular science writ...
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