Faculty Book Spotlight
John L. Rudolph, Scientists in the Classroom: The Cold War Reconstruction of American Science Education (Palgrave Macmillan, 2002)
The UW-Madison Department of the History of Science is one of the largest and oldest academic programs of its kind in the United States. It offers an undergraduate major
and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees
in History of Science, Medicine, and Technology. Our program is known for the strength and diversity of its areas of study and its warm, collegial environment. All historical aspects of science, medicine, and technology receive attention – from their internal development to their broader social contexts, including their relationships with institutions, philosophy, religion, literature, and visual and material culture.
As of July 1, 2017, our M.A. and Ph.D. programs will be housed in and administered by the History Department
Also, we anticipate that admission to the undergraduate major will be suspended in the coming year, and encourage students who plan to declare the program to do so at their earliest convenience, so we may work with you to ensure that you can complete the program requirements.
March 31 (Friday) at Noon
Brown Bag: Paul Robbins, Nelson Institute ...(more
April 7 (Friday) at Noon
Brown Bag: Wilko Hardenberg, Max Planck Institute ...(more
April 7 (Friday) at 3:45 pm
Colloquium: Diego Armus, Associate Professor of ...(more