Indiana University Workshop on the History of Biology
In Honor of Fred Churchill, on the Occasion of his 80th Birtday
Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, 7–8 December, 2012
Long-time Indiana University professor Fred Churchill and his many students have left deep marks on the history of biology, bringing issues in evolution, development, and heredity to the forefront, broadening the international coverage of the field through their research on Germany, the U.S., France, and Britain, producing critical editions of important primary sources, and doing invaluable service to the History of Science Society, the Journal of the History of Biology, and other institutions. On the occasion of Fred's 80th birthday, friends and former students will gather in Bloomington on 7–8 December 2012 for a workshop on their current research in the history of biology. Speakers will include Garland Allen, Mark Borrello, Alice Dreger, Paul Farber, Jane Maienschein, Marsha Richmond, and Fred himself, who will give a preview of his completed monograph on August Weismann.
For further information, please contact Sandy Gliboff, firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Sander Gliboff, Chairman
Department of History and Philosophy of Science
130 Goodbody Hall
1011 E. 3rd St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
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