Call for Papers: Historical Moments in the Public Understanding of Science
Historical moments in the public understanding of science is a new rubric published in the journal Public Understanding of Science since 2016.
It consists in short, fully referenced pieces, 2000-2500 words long, and is intended to highlight the value of an historical approach when discussing the theories and practices of the communication of science in public settings.
Topics can include television programmes, films, books (scholarly or not), exhibitions, individuals or institutions. All contributions should emphasise the theoretical, or conceptual relevance of the case under examination to scholars of science in public. This rubric is an ideal outlet to distil the essence of a research, or test ideas.
Contributions engaging with non-European topics are welcome.
Follow this link for examples of recent publications in the rubric:
Call for Book Chapters - The Literacies of Design: Studies of Equity and Imagination with Engineering and MakingSeptember 07, 2017
September 07, 2017
NISE Network announces application for free Explore Science: Earth & Space 2018 toolkits of hands-on activitiesSeptember 06, 2017
September 05, 2017
August 28, 2017