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STS Occasional Papers (series)

UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS) publishes the series, STS Occasional Papers, to disseminate current research undertaken by our staff and affiliated scholars.

STS Occasional Papers series

UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS) publishes the book series, STS Occasional Papers, to disseminate current research undertaken by our staff and affiliated scholars. The aim is to inform, investigate, and provoke. The series covers the whole of our diverse field: history, philosophy and sociology of science, science policy, and public engagement of science.

Series list

Lyndsay Andrew Farrall. 2019. The Origins and Growth of the English Eugenics Movement, 1865-1925. STS Occasional Papers number 9 (London: UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies). ISBN 978-1-78751-001-2.

Students of Investigating Contemporary Science. 2018. Net Neutrality: Setting Sun of a New Dawn for the Internet. STS Occasional Papers number 8 (London: UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies). ISBN TBC.

Cain, Joe, ed. 2018. Night Thoughts: George Gaylord Simpson’s Reflections on Leaving the American Museum of Natural History. STS Occasional Papers number 7 (London: UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies). ISBN 978-1-78751-000-5.

Jordanova, Ludmilla. 2018. Institutions, Identities, and Historical Practices in Science and Medicine. STS Occasional Papers number 6 (London: UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies). No ISBN.

Horst, Maja. 2016. Reframing Science Communication: Culture, Identity, and Organisations. STS Occasional Papers number 5 (London: UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies). No ISBN.

Longino, Helen. 2016. Underdetermination: A Dirty Little Secret. STS Occasional Papers number 4 (London: UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies). No ISBN.

Huang, Hsiang-Fu (ed). 2015. Ouranologia: an Annotated Edition of a Lenten Lecture on Astronomy with Critical Introduction. STS Occasional Papers number 3 (London: UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies). No ISBN.

Schaffer, Simon. 2014. Mutability, mobility and meteorites: on some material cultures of the sciences. STS Occasional Papers number 2 (London: UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies). No ISBN.

Cain, Joe. 2011. No Ordinary Space: A Brief History of the Grant Museum's new home at University College London. STS Occasional Papers number 1 (London: UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies). ISBN 978-1-906267-89-6 (link to No Ordinary Space project)