- phd supervision
- oral history workshop
- voices project
- film nights
Head of Department, and
Professor of History and Philosophy of Biology
Prof Cain's research interests include the history of evolutionary studies, Darwin and Darwinism, history of science in London, history of natural history and natural history films.
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Cain's teaching 2014-15
This page lists Professor Joe Cain's taught modules on offer at UCL.
I will be teaching one undergraduate module and contributing to others, not listed here.
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STS undertook a curriculum review, and we've reorganised our teaching and module catalogue. In this process, HPSC3027 has been renumbered to HPSC2013. HPSC3050 is new. Several other modules are new for me, too, including:
- HPSC3051 Zoos in Science and Culture
- HPSC3009 Publishing in Science
MSc teaching (PGT)
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PhD teaching workshops
Interviews and Oral History workshops
This practical course is intended for those wishing to use interviews and oral history as a strategy for data collection. This course will be structured as a series of seminars, combining lectures and projects in small groups.
The course has three aims: (1) improve skills for those wishing to create recorded interviews as part of their data gathering, (2) introduce processes involved in the preparation, conduct, and processing of recorded interviews, and (3) discuss questions relating to the dissemination, preservation, ethics, and budgeting of interviews and resulting materials.
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Professor Joe Cain
UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies