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).
"How to Create a Physicist"
Michael Reidy, Department of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies - Montana State University
"Origins of a Legitimation Crisis: Medical Science, Private Profit, and the Challenge of Big Pharma"
Joseph Gabriel, School of Pharmacy - University of Wisconsin-Madison
"How to be a Patient: Patienthood and Medical Thinking in the Medieval Islamicate World"
Ahmed Ragab, - Harvard Divinity School
"The Revolution in Computational Causal Discovery"
Richard Scheines, Department of Philosophy - Cargenie Mellon University
"Leibniz and Technology: What Automata, Mills, and Calculators Teach us about Cognition."
Christopher Noble, Ph.D., Department of Philosophy - Villanova University
"A Different Descartes: The New Galen."
Harold Cook, Department of History - Brown University
Descartes and Newton on Deducing True Laws of Nature
Mary Domski, Department of Philosophy - University of New Mexico
"The Making of the Modern Dog: Breed, Blood and Britishness."
Michael Worboys, Ph.D., Life Sciences - University of Manchester
"London's Water Supply before 1800 and the Origins of Network Modernity."
Leslie Tomeroy, Ph.D., History and Classical Studies - McGill University
"Happy Endings: Narratives of Reproduction in Late Imperial China."
Francesca Bray, Ph.D., - University of Edinburgh