Domesticity in the Making of Modern Science

Donald L. Opitz, Staffan Bergwik, Brigitte Van Tiggelen
Springer, 26 Ιαν 2016 - 299 σελίδες
The history of the modern sciences has long overlooked the significance of domesticity as a physical, social, and symbolic force in the shaping of knowledge production. This book provides a welcome reorientation to our understanding of the making of the modern sciences globally by emphasizing the centrality of domesticity in diverse scientific enterprises.

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Domesticity and the Historiography of Science
The Estate of Knowledge Domestic Sites and Scientific Authority
Constructions of Domestic Science and Technology
Familial Science Sustaining Knowledge across Generations and Distances
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Donald L. Opitz is Associate Professor of the School for New Learning and Affiliated Scholar of History at DePaul University, USA.

Staffan Bergwik is Associate Professor of History of Science and Ideas and Senior Lecturer of Literature and History of Ideas at Stockholm University, Sweden.

Brigitte Van Tiggelen is Director of European Operations of the Chemical Heritage Foundation, USA, and a member of the Centre de Recherche en Histoire des Sciences at the Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium.

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