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    Faculty Name Research Area Title Email Brian Baigrie Philosophy of Science; Early Modern Natural Philosophy Associate Professor brian.baigrie@utoronto.ca Hakob Barseghyan Philosophy of Science, Theory of...

     
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  • 2017-2018 Undergraduate Timetable

    2017-2018 Fall-Winter Session Timetable Fall Semester COURSE CODE/TITLE PROFESSOR DAY & TIME LOCATION HPS100H1 – Introduction to History & Philosophy of Science Hakob Barseghyan Online...

     
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  • University of Toronto Scientific Instruments Collection Project (UTSIC)

    Name Research Area Title Email Erich Weidenhammer Cataloguing of the University of Toronto’s historic scientific instruments Curator and Researcher and PhD alumnus of the IHPST...

     
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    Name Research Area Title Email Bert Hall History of Technology Professor Emeritus bert.hall@utoronto.ca Janis Langins History of Technology Professor Emeritus j.langins@utoronto.ca Trevor Levere History of...

     
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    Academic Administrators Name Research Area Title Email Cheryl Misak Bioethics, Ethics, History of Analytic Philosophy, Pragmatism, Social and Political Philosophy Acting Director cheryl.misak@utoronto.ca Brian Baigrie...

     
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    Name Research Area Title Email Brian Baigrie Philosophy of Science; Early Modern Natural Philosophy Associate Professor brian.baigrie@utoronto.ca Hakob Barseghyan Philosophy of Science, Theory of Scientific...

     
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    Name Research Area Title Email Robert DiSalle History and philosophy of space-time theories Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Western Ontario rdisalle@uwo.ca Jacqueline Feke Ancient...

     
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    Name Research Area Program Email Markus Alliksaar Philosophy of science PhD mark.alliksaar@mail.utoronto.ca Esther Atkinson Eighteenth century medicine; 18th century childhood PhD esther.atkinson@utoronto.ca Vincent Auffrey Social...

     
  • 2017 Summer Courses

    First Session HPS100H1 Introduction to History & Philosophy of Science Lectures and Tutorials: Online Professor: Hakob Barseghyan This is an online introduction to the key...

     
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    Content regarding the IHPST Graduate Programs is currently being updated. In the meantime, please refer to the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Calendar. For your...

     
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    The Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology (IHPST) at the University of Toronto is a global leader in the interdisciplinary study...

     
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    Admission Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Admission to the MA is highly selective and competitive. Acceptance is...

     
  • Courses (2018-19)

    Fall 2018 HPS1000H: Introduction for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology Mondays 12-2 Instructors: Mike Miller and Rebecca Woods Location: NF235 The purpose...

     
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    IHPST offers admission to two degree programs: Master of Arts (MA) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD, four-year or five-year programs). Domestic and International Students Graduate degree programs are open to Canadian...

     
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    Name Research Area Title Email Jonathan Fuller Philosophy of medicine; philosophy of science Post-doctoral Fellow jonathan.fuller@mail.utoronto.ca

     
  • 2018 Summer Courses

    First Summer Term: HPS210H1 Scientific Revolutions I Tuesdays & Thursdays 12 – 2 Location: EM 001 Instructor: Professor Brian Baigrie Case studies in the history...

     
  • 2018-19 Undergraduate Timetable

    Fall 2018 HPS100H1: Introduction to History and Philosophy of Science (online) Course instructor: Hakob Barseghyan (24 Lectures, 10 Tutorials) This is an online introduction to...

     
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    Name Year Dissertation Title Supervisor Placement Abraham, Tara 2000 Microscopic Cybernetics: Mathematical Logic, Automata Theory, and the Formalization of Biological Phenomena R.P. Thompson Associate Professor,...

     
  • 2019 Summer Courses

    May to June HPS210H1 – Scientific Revolutions I Course instructor: Brian Baigrie Tuesdays and Thursdays 11-1 Location: NF003 Case studies in the history of science...

     
  • Honours and Awards

    IHPST graduate students are eligible for a number of awards and honours that are administered by the graduate program. Pauline M. H. Mazumdar Prizes in the...

     
  • History and Philosophy of Science Undergraduate Society (HPSUS)

    The HPSUS consists of all full and part time undergraduate students who are enrolled in any HPS course during any given semester, and operates as...

     
  • Courses (2019-20)

    Fall 2019 HPS4007H Body, Medicine, and Society in Early Modern Europe Wednesdays 10-12 Instructor: Lucia Dacome Location: NF205 The medical understanding of the human body...

     
  • 2019-20 Undergraduate Timetable

    For a list of building locations and names, please visit http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/c/buildings. Fall 2019 HPS100H1: Introduction to History and Philosophy of Science (online) Course instructor: Hakob...

     
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    Name Research Area Title Email Fermin Fulda Philosophy of Biology; Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science; General Philosophy of Science Sessional Lecturer fermin.fulda@mail.utoronto.ca Juan Ilerbaig...

     
  • Doctor of Philosophy Program Requirements

    Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy IHPST’s additional admission requirements stated below. Full-Time PhD...

     
 
 

Colloquia Events Category

The HPS Colloquium series is a formal event open to all faculty and students interested in the history and philosophy of science and technology. Colloquia usually take place on Wednesdays, 2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. and are usually held in Old Victoria University Building.  Please consult information about date, time, and room location for each colloquia separately. For information call 416-978-5397 or email: ihpst.info@utoronto.ca.

If you have an accessibility or accommodation need for this event, please e-mail Denise Horsley directly at denise.horsley@utoronto.ca to make appropriate arrangements.