Edelstein Colloquium 16-17

16.11.2016 Alyssa Ney, University of California- Physics and Fundamentality

7.12.2016 Ofer Gal, University of Sidney- The Real Issue

14.12.2016 Varda Bar, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem- 100 Years of Electricity

21.12.2016 Pnina Geraldine Abir-Am, Brandeis University- The Discovery of RNA Splicing at 40: (2017, 1977) History, Memory, and Social Justice

4.1.2017 Sam Freed, University of Sussex- A Role for Introspection in AI Research- a Case of (Seriously) Interdisciplinary Research

18.1.2017 John Bickle, Mississippi State University- Tool Development: How Experiment-Driven Sciences Progress

1.3.2017 Dan Baras, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem- Do Extraordinary Types Cry for Explanation?

8.3.2017 Tal Golan, University of California, San Diege- Science, Water and Nation Building: The Birth of the National Water Carrier and the Battle Over the Identity of Israel.

15.3.2017 Igal Galili, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem- Newton’s First Law: Text, Translations, Lost meaning and Implications to Representation of Newton’s theory.

22.3.2017 Snait Gissis, Tel Aviv University- Evolutionary-Biological Discourses and Emerging Social Sciences: Sociologies and Psychologies at the Turn of the 19th Century

26.4.2017 Fernando Vidal, The Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies, Barcelona- The History of the “Cerebral Subject” as History of the Present

6.6.2017 Jennifer Corns, University of Glasgow- TBA

14.6.2017 Keith Lehrer, the University of Arizona- TBA

And more to come!