Courses in History of Science and Technology

Graduate

History 591, The Origins of Modern Science
(Fall 2001) The Scientific World of Christiaan Huygens (Mahoney)
(Spring 1997) Engineering Culture: Mechanical Arts, Mathematics, and Mechanical Philosophy (Henninger-Voss and Mahoney)
History 592, Science in Antiquity and the Middle Ages
(Spring 2000) Optics and Theories of Light (Goulding)
History 593, Science from the Enlightenment to the Present
(Spring 1999) Models and Modeling: From the Armillary Sphere to the Computer (Mahoney)
(Fall 2000) The Sciences of the Artificial (Mahoney)
History 594, Introductory Colloquium in the History of Science I (Staff)
History 595, Introductory Colloquium in the History of Science II (Staff)
History 596, History of the Life Sciences
History 597, History of the Physical and Mathematical Sciences
History 598, History of Technology
(Fall 2004) Computers and Organisms (Creager and Mahoney)
(Spring 2003) The World of Software (Mahoney)
( Fall 1997) Computers and Organisms (Creager and Mahoney)
History 599, Special Topics in the History of Science
(Fall 1999) Science in Russia (Todes)
(Spring 2000) Voyages of Discovery/Conceptions of the Human Body (Geison and Henninger-Voss)
Program Seminar

Undergraduate

History 290, The Scientific World View of Antiquity and the Middle Ages
History 291: The Origins of Modern Science, 1500-1700 (Mahoney)
History 292: Science in the Modern World(Gordin)
History 293, Science in a Global Context(Burnett)
History 394, Disease and Doctors in the Modern West (Tilley)
History 396: History of Biology (Creager)
History 398: Technologies and Their Societies: Historical Perspectives (Mahoney)
History 490, Perspectives on the Nature and Development of Science (Staff)
History 491, Problems in the Development of the Physical Sciences
History 492, Problems in the Development of the Life Sciences