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Vol. 39, No. 1, January 2010
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Notes from the Inside
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News
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Member News
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2009 HSS Annual Meeting Survey
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2009 Employment Survey
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Adventures in Romantic Science
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The True Story of Newton and the Apple
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Perspectives on Science
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Darwin Film Released
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What’s In A Session?
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Letter: How Not to Engage “Anti-Evolutionist” Historians
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The John Tyndall Correspondence Project
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The 2010 Election Slate
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2009 Prize Winners
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HSS 2010 Annual Meeting: Call for Papers
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Jobs, Conferences, Grants

Updates from Jay Malone, the Society's Executive Director. This issue — onward to Notre Dame. Continued . . .

News

News from the History of Science.
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Member News

News from members of the History of Science Society.
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2009 History of Science Society Annual Meeting Survey

Matthew White shares the results of the 2009 History of Science Society annual meeting survey.
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2009 History of Science Employment Survey Report

Jacqueline Wernimont shares an analysis 0f the 2008-2009 History of Science Society (HSS) Employment Survey.
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Adventures in Romantic Science: Richard Holmes on passion, teamwork, and the neglected art of biography

Michael Bycroft interviews Richard Holmes, the author of Age of Wonder, winner of the Royal Society Prize for Science Books.
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The True Story of Newton and the Apple

Michael Bycroft discusses the Royal Society's announcement that original version of the famous story of Newton and the falling apple is being made available for the first time in manuscript form.
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Perspectives on Science

Michael Bycroft looks at the future of how secondary schools might teach history of science.
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Darwin Film Released

Creation, a new film 0n the life of Charles Darwin, opens this January.
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What’s In A Session?

Pnina G. Abir-Am gives her assessment of the HSS Annual Meeting in Phoenix.
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Letter: How Not to Engage “Anti-Evolutionist” Historians

Richard Weikart responds to John Lynch's essay “Some Thoughts on Historians and Contemporary Anti-evolutionism”.
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The John Tyndall Correspondence Project

Bernard Lightman, Michael Reidy, and James Elwick, discuss their National Science Foundation grant to publish a one-volume calendar of the correspondence of the Victorian physicist John Tyndall.
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The 2010 Election Slate

The 2010 nominating committee presents the slate for the 2010 elections.
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2010 Annual Conference Call for Papers

2009 Prize Winners

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