Unpacking the History of Quantum Mechanics
Senior Lecturer in History & Philosophy of Science Dr Kristian Camilleri is currently completing work on a book which challenges the standard understanding of the history …
An Interview with Associate Professor Catherine Kovesi
Catherine Kovesi researches discourses surrounding luxury and consumption in early modern Italy; Florentine and Venetian family history; and Australian religious history. She is Chair of the …
Discovering the ‘Mess and Stink’ of Romeo Lane
A video recording of Professor Janet McCalman’s presentation to the SHAPS Fellows & Associates Seminar (July 2021).
SHAPS Digest (August 2021)
A monthly roundup of media commentary, publications, projects and other news from across the School community.
Equality and Fairness: Vaccines Against this Pandemic of Mistrust
The COVID crisis has laid bare a crisis of trust. In many Western nations there’s a small but significant minority refusing to follow distancing guidelines, wear …
Why Study Ancient Languages? An Interview with Dr Edward Jeremiah and Dr Andrew Turner
We are excited to announce the appointment of Dr Edward Jeremiah and Dr Andrew Turner as Teaching Specialists in ancient languages. Andrew and Edward play key …
Confronting Racism in the Sciences: A Resource Set for Scholars
Dr Eden Smith is a Research Fellow in the History and Philosophy of Science (HPS). Alongside their focused research, Eden has been collating resources on key topics …
New Media Conservation Fellowship
In early 2021 Jesse Dyer was the recipient of the first Time-Based Media Conservation Fellowship, offered in partnership by the Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation …
SHAPS Digest (July 2021)
A monthly roundup of media commentary, publications and projects, and other news from across the School community.
Welcome Dr Julia Bowes, New Hansen Lecturer in US History
Dr Julia Bowes joined SHAPS as Hansen Lecturer in US History on 1 July 2021 and will be teaching HIST20071 American History: 1945 to Now in …
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