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History and Philosophy of Science

Guide to resources for the history and philosophy of science, especially rare books in the FSU Special Collections & Archives

Humanities Librarian

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Adam Beauchamp
In addition to my training as a librarian, I also have research experience in history. I am particularly interested in Latin America, the Atlantic world, and Early America, and I am currently researching the United States Gulf Coast, archives, and the power to narrate the past. I am a committed educator who embraces critical pedagogy. I work for ethical and responsible use of technologies in libraries.
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Looking for Journal Articles?

The following online indexes also provide means to search the scholarship on the history of science. Both are open access initiatives, meaning they are free to use for students and scholars around the world. To locate discovered resources, copy and paste the title into the search box on the FSU Libraries homepage.

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