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Darwin Day: Celebrating Without Deifying

By Alexander Hall, Newman University This post originally appeared on the Science and Religion: Exploring the Spectrum website Today, Friday February 12th 2016, is the 207th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth. Celebrated around the world as ‘Darwin Day’, events across 6 continents from Tel-Aviv to Tokyo will commemorate the English naturalist’s work, explore his legacy, [...]

Christopher Baxfield

NameChristopher BaxfieldRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreePhDStatusOngoingStart Year2006 (All day)Thesis TitleEnlightenment and Providential: Natural Philosophy in the Atlantic World, 1727-1760SupervisorJohn Christie and Christopher KennyDepartmentHistory and Philosophy of Science

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Aileen Fyfe

NameAileen FyfeRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreePhDStatuscompletedEnd Year2000Thesis TitleIndustrialised Conversion: the Religious Tract Society and popular science publishing in Victorian BritainSupervisorJim SecordDepartmentHistory and Philosophy of Science

Jessica Reinisch

NameJessica ReinischRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreePhDStatuscompletedStart Year2000End Year2004Thesis TitlePerceptions of health policy in East and West Germany and Great Britain after the Second World WarSupervisorChristopher Lawrence and Andrew WarwickDepartmentCentre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine

By |2017-11-10T09:55:34+00:00July 12th, 2011|Imperial College London, Institution, Medicine public health, Politics and religion, Science, Subject Area, Theses|Comments Off on Jessica Reinisch

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