Field-Of-Study: History of Science and Technology

Alice Domurat Dreger

Alice Dreger’s work centers on matters of social justice in medicine.  Ms. Dreger combines a feminist political orientation, a cultural studies sensibility, and a deeply modernist devotion to science in her attempts to make biomedical practices more rational and just.  Soon after earning her degree in history and philosophy of science from Indiana University in 1995, Ms. Dreger began combining her academic scholarship with

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Stephen G. Brush

Stephen G. Brush, a native of Orono, Maine, was one of forty finalists in the 1951 Westinghouse Science Talent Search. He received his A. B. in Physics summa cum laude at Harvard College (1955) and his D.Phil. in theoretical physics at Oxford University (1958). He held a Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford (1955-58) and an NSF

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