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October 19, 2016
Greg Eghigian (Penn State) discussed the introduction to the forthcoming edited volume The Routledge History of Madness and Mental Health
April 15, 2015
Erika Milam of Princeton University introduced her draft chapter, "Death of the Killer Ape: the 'New' Politics of Humans as Animals"
March 18, 2015
Audra Wolfe, Independent Scholar, introduced an excerpt of Thomas Medvetz, Think Tanks in America (University of Chicago Press, 2012).
February 18, 2015
Nadia Berenstein of the University of Pennsylvania introduced her paper, â€œDefining Flavor: Taste Panels and Sensory Research, 1930-1950"
January 21, 2015
Rachel Walker of the University of Maryland and the Library Company of Philadelphia introduced her paper, "Character Detectives: Female Physiognomists in the early American Republic"
December 17, 2014
Jason Oakes of UC-Davis introduced his draft chapter, "The Road to Tragedy: Garrett Hardin, the Systems Approach, and the Political Economy of Population Science"
November 19, 2014
Whitney Laemmli of UPenn introduced a draft dissertation chapter "'Dance as the Measure of Man': Alan Lomax, Choreometrics, and the History of Humankind (1965-1985)"
October 15, 2014
Greg Eghigian of Penn State introduced a draft of his paper "UFOs and Aliens as a Problem in the History of the Human Sciences"
September 17, 2014
Erika Milam of Princeton University introduced selections from Aaron Panofky's Misbehaving Science: Controversy and the Development of Behavior Genetics (Chicago, 2014).
April 16, 2014
Jamie Cohen-Cole introduced the "Introduction" and chapter 5, "Scientists as the Model of Human Nature,â€ from his book, The Open Mind: Cold War Politics and the Sciences of Human Nature, Chicago 2014.