Mark Borrello of the University of Minnesota (who’s currently working on a book on group selection theory) and Tania Munz (PhD candidate at Princeton working on a dissertation on von Frisch and Lorenz) are in the process of putting together a session for the HSS meeting in Vancouver (November 2-5, 2006). The session will focus on how sciences of animals (behavior especially) were popularized and how scientists sought to teach the public to view animals. We are looking for one or two others to join our session. Please email either Mark ([email protected]) or Tania ([email protected]) if you’re interested. The deadline for submission is April 3 so time is of the essence.