Prizes

On the Scholarly Merit of Creating Your Own Research Tool: An Interview with Jennifer Rampling

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The following interview with Jennifer Rampling was conducted by Stephen Weldon at the History of Science Society Meeting in San Francisco, California, on November 21, 2015.[1][2] Rampling, Assistant Professor of History at Princeton University, won the first Neu-Whitrow Prize in 2013 for her compilation of the Catalogue of the Ripley Corpus. The Neu-Whitrow Prize is […]

Prizes

2013 – First Neu-Whitrow Bibliography Prize

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First Prize for the Bibliography of History of Science We celebrated the centenary of the Isis Bibliography of the History of Science, founded by George Sarton, with a new award for a bibliography or archival finding aid – Neu-Whitrow Bibliography Prize. The prize is sponsored by the International Union for the History and Philosophy of […]