Coffee Break: June 2021
Anita Guerrini and Georgina M. Montgomery co-edited a special issue of Notes and Records on the history of scientific environments.
Sally Gregory Kohlstedt published "Mobile Botany: Education, Horticulture, and Commerce in New York Botanical Gardens, 1890s–1930s," in Mobile Museums: Collections in Circulation (University of London Press, 2021). The book is Open Access.
Ellie Louson (Michigan State University) published “Who Coaches the Coaches? The Development of a Coaching Model for Experiential Learning” in Innovative Higher Education (2021)
Catherine McNeur (Portland State University) published an essay in Scientific American on the entomologist Margaretta Hare Morris and her uncredited discovery of a cicada species.
Kim Hajek has recently moved from her postdoc at LSE to another postdoc position at the University of Leiden (The Netherlands). Kim is now part of a 7-member team exploring 'Scholarly Vices' through history; her part is to examine the moral language and generic conventions of scholarly codes of ethics in the 20th century. Please get in touch if this topic links up to your research!
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