The Fishbein Center for the History of Science and Medicine at the University of Chicago partners with numerous educational and institutional organizations to further important dialogue in the history and philosophy of science. Our conferences and events feature some of the most influential and distinguished academics in the world.
As featured here, some recent conferences and workshops include:
-Thomas Kuhn and 50 Years of Structure: The University of Chicago Press, the Fishbein Center for the History of Science, and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science have invited the following scholars to participate in a conference devoted to investigating the origins and impact of a book that completely altered the intellectual landscape for understanding the development of science.
-The Debating Darwin workshops are a series of lectures given by the most acclaimed historians and philosophers of science. These workshops, headed by Robert J. Richards of the University of Chicago and Michael Ruse of Florida State University are co-sponsored by the Fishbein Center for History of Science, the Office of the President, and the Templeton Foundation.