Science, Technology, and Society

Here is an example of a pathway in Science, Technology, and Society:

1) HSHM course: HSHM 226 The Scientific Revolution

2) HSHM course: HSHM 211 Catastrophe and the Earth Sciences since 1850

3) Seminar (HSHM or History): HSHM 411 Science: Newton to Neutrons

4) Elective (any department): EVST 120 Introduction to Environmental History  

5) Elective (any department): ANTH 438 Culture, Power, Oil

6) Elective (any department): BENG 405 Biotech and the Developing World 

7) Science elective: MCDB 370 Biotechnology

HSHM courses in this pathway:

courses numbered 400 and above are seminars

HSHM 204 American Environmental History 

HSHM 206 Science & Technology in the U.S.

HSHM 211 Global Catastrophe since 1750

HSHM 212 Historical Perspectives on Global Health

HSHM 214 Extraterrestrials in History

HSHM 216 Minds and Brains in America

HSHM 218 Science from Newton to Neutrons

HSHM 226 The Scientific Revolution

HSHM 227 Science in the Ancient and Premodern World

HSHM 235 Epidemics and Society in the West since 1600

HSHM 242 Molecules, Life, & Disease: 20th Century

HSHM 405 Historical Perspectives on Gender and Technology

HSHM 408 Science and Human Sciences

HSHM 409 Minds & Brains from Phrenology to fMRI

HSHM 410 The Science and Politics of Pollution

HSHM 411 Science: Newton to Neutrons

HSHM 412 History of the Laboratory

HSHM 413 X-Ray Visions: Medical Imaging since 1895

HSHM 414 Ancient Greek Medicine

HSHM 415 Historical Perspectives on Science and Religion

HSHM 420 History of Addiction

HSHM 422 Cartography, Territory, and Identity

HSHM 423 Biomedical Futures Since 1945

HSHM 425 Gender in Science and Medicine

HSHM 430 Mental Illness and Crime in American Culture

HSHM 434 Science and Religion in Spanish Narrative

HSHM 437 The Global Crisis of Malaria

HSHM 447 History of Chinese Science

HSHM 448 American Medicine and the Cold War

HSHM 455 History of the Body

HSHM 457 Other Minds

HSHM 458 Technology and Power

HSHM 459 Spies, Secrets, and Science

HSHM 469 Photography and the Sciences