HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE SEMINAR, UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS Autumn Term 2005
You are cordially invited to attend the following seminars:
PLEASE NOTE NEW TIME!
Wednesday 12 October 2005 at 3.15 pm Dr Peter Anstey (University of Sydney):’Locke on Species’
Wednesday 26 October 2005 at 3.15 pm Dr Maureen O’Malley (University of Exeter): ‘Paradigm Change in Evolutionary Microbiology’
Wednesday 9 November 2005 at 3.15 pm Professor Michael Worboys and Dr Neil Pemberton (University of Manchester): ‘Mad Dogs and Bradfordians: Treatments for Rabies in the 1880s’
Wednesday 23 November 2005 at 3.15pm Professor Colin Howson (LSE): ‘Partial truth’
Wednesday 7 December 2005 at 3.15pm Dr Anne Secord (University of Cambridge): ‘”Individuals Possess Such Treasures”: Skill, Desire, and the Public Good in the Making of British Natural History Collections’
All seminars will be held in room G36 of the Baines Wing, School of Philosophy, University of Leeds. Tea will be served at 3pm in the same room.
Further enquiries should be directed to Jon Topham (Tel: 0113 343 3383; [email protected]eds.ac.uk)