H-PhysicalSciences provides a communication channel and resource nexus for historians of the physical sciences. Its topical scope covers the physical sciences broadly understood, including but not limited to: physics; chemistry; earth, space, and atmospheric science; astronomy; and materials science. By linking these fields, H-PhysicalSciences encourages active dialogue between scholars studying a diverse range of topics with the goal of galvanizing the community in a way that promotes integration with the larger discipline of history of science.
|-||Fwd: Museums and the Muse: The Future of Collections in a Digital Age Patrick Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|-||Research grants The Bakken Library and Museum-deadline extended Juliet Burba <email@example.com>|
|-||Book Reviews Ann E. Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org|
|-||Re: author query Josep Simon <josicas@ALUMNI.UV.ES>|
|-||author query Josep Simon <josicas@ALUMNI.UV.ES>|
|-||positions as Ph.D. student in history of ideas and sciences, Lund University Thomas Kaiserfeld <email@example.com>|
|-||Support for Research at The Bakken Library and Museum Josep Simon <josicas@ALUMNI.UV.ES>|