Ronald B. de Sousa Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Biology; Philosophy [Member Emeritus]
Jean Gayon History of 19th and 20th century biology, philosophy of biology, philosophy of science, history of philosophy of science; Institut d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences et des Techniques, Paris
James P. Hull History of Canadian Technology; History, University of British Columbia, Okanagan
Philippe Huneman Philosophy of biology, philosophy of medicine, Kantism and modern German philosophy, history of 18th-19th century biology, philosophy of science; Institut d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences et des Techniques, Paris
Alexander Jones History of Exact Sciences in Antiquity; Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University
Michelle Murphy History and Science and Technology Studies, race and sex, life sciences, technology, environmental studies, political economy, feminist and postcolonial studies; History
Steve Penfold Canada/North America, automobiles, energy, mass consumption; History
William Seager Philosophy of Science, Leibniz, philosophy of mind; Philosophy
Stephen D. Snobelen History of Science (Early Modern and 19th century), science and religion, Isaac Newton, the popularization of science, radical theology in the Early Modern period, and Millenarianism; History of Science and Technology, University of King's College, Halifax
Ross E.G. Upshur Philosophy of Medicine; Family and Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine
Jessica Warner History of the social sciences and medicine with particular focus on the History of addiction; Psychiatry and Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Kira Lussier PhD, I am interested broadly in the social and cultural history of psychology and psychiatry in 20th-century North America. My dissertation research examines the history of personality testing in workplace personnel practices.
Andrew Oakes PhD, History and philosophy of science, especially as it relates to the field of astronomy; and the subsequent impact of spectroscopy to the development of astronomy over the last two centuries.
Nicholas Overgaard PhD, I am interested in the history of early modern science and religion, especially the Jesuits' relationship with Galileo during the latter's trials in Rome.
Bruce J. Petrie PhD, My dissertation is an investigation into the early concepts of transcendental numbers and highlights the paradigm shift between eighteenth and nineteenth century analysis.
Erene Stergiopoulos PhD, I'm interested in the history and philosophy of medicine. In particular, I am looking at changing models of mental illness over the twentieth century, from the psychogenic model toward a biological paradigm of psychiatry. Within that framework, I am focusing on the rhetorical role of neuroscience in circumventing some of psychiatry's core epistemological problems.
Mike Stuart PhD, philosophy of science, epistemology, logic and thought experiments.
Michael Thicke PhD, the use of economic arguments in the philosophy of science, political philosophy of science, social epistemology, and the philosophy of economics
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