HSTM Previous Colloquia
Lectures are held on Fridays at 3:35 p.m. in 275 Nicholson Hall on the Minneapolis campus of the University of Minnesota (refreshments served at 3:15 pm).
"Red Dawn Rising: the Sketchy History and Techno-thriller Prospects of Geoengineering"
Ed Larson, School of Law and Department of History - Pepperdine University
“Entangled Agencies: Reimagining Social Medicine from Pholela"
Abigail Neely, Department of Geography - Dartmouth College
MCPS Annual Science Studies Symposium - "Considering Temporal Heterogeneity in Autism”
Jed Elison, Institute of Child Development - University of Minnesota
"Material Things and Technologies of the Body in the Golden Mirror, 1742"
Marta Hanson, Department of the History of Medicine - Johns Hopkins University
"On the Metaphysics of Biological Functions"
Marcel Weber, Department of Philosophy - University of Geneva
"The Telescope Against Copernicus -- Marius, Galileo, Riccioli, and the Problem of Telescopic Observations of Stars in the Early 17th Century"
Christopher Graney, Department of Physics - Jefferson Community and Technical College
"Scientific Modelling and the Nature of Speculation"
Margaret Morrison, Department of Philosophy - University of Toronto
"Forging the Moon; Or, How to Spot a Fake Galileo"
Nick Wilding, Department of History - Georgia State University
“The Dancing Bees: Karl von Frisch and the Discovery of the Honeybee Language”
Tania Munz, Vice President for Research and Scholarship - Linda Hall Library of Science, Engineering & Technology
"The Conceptual Weight of Homology"
Günter Wagner, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology - Yale University