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  • ISBN 0712908951
  • ISBN13 978-0712908955
  • Language English
  • Author Susan Faye Cannon
  • Publisher Science History Publications; First Edition edition (1978)
  • Pages 296
  • Formats docx txt mbr azw
  • Category Biography
  • Subcategory Professionals and Academics
  • Size ePub 1315 kb
  • Size Fb2 1876 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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History of Science Society Pfizer Award, 1979.

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Susan Faye Cannon, born Walter Faw Cannon (1925 in Durham, North Carolina – 1981) was an American historian of science

Susan Faye Cannon, born Walter Faw Cannon (1925 in Durham, North Carolina – 1981) was an American historian of science. The son of James Cannon III (1892-1960), Dean of Duke University Divinity School, Walter F. Cannon gained a degree in physics at Princeton University. Turning to history of science, his PhD (Harvard University, 1956) was titled 'On uniformity and progression in early Victorian cosmography'.

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Science in Culture: The Early Victorian Period. New York : Science History Publications, 1978. Aaron Latham & Andrea Grenadier. The Ordeal of Walter/Susan Cannon Psychology Today October 1982. Labels: academic, Biber patient, historian, military Kimberley Elliot (1953 – 1980) TAO, Neo-American Church. Donald Purcell (1914 - 1958) chauffeur, business man. In 1938 Purcell was living in Monton Green, Eccles, Manchester ( map ).

The Early Victorian Period. xii, 296 pp. Original cloth. Upper corners of covers a little bumped, else Very Good, in dust jacket. Here are our closest matches for Science in Culture

The Early Victorian Period. The dust jacket is unevenly sunned. This copy does NOT have any library markings. Here are our closest matches for Science in Culture Description: xii, 296 pp.

by Susan Faye Cannon. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780712908955. Release Date:January 1978. Publisher:Science History Publications.

Science in culture : the early Victorian period, Susan Faye Cannon. Science - England - History. Physics - England - History.

Susan Faye Cannon, Science in Culture: The Early Victorian Period (New York: Science History . Hutton and Playfair made their contribution somewhat earlier

Susan Faye Cannon, Science in Culture: The Early Victorian Period (New York: Science History Publications, 1978). Hutton and Playfair made their contribution somewhat earlier. Nonetheless, the second half of the statement still applies: Great Britain is remarkable for the diversity and richness of its geological features. In connection with the British character of geological sciences, see Roy Porter's informative and important book The Making of Geology: Earth Science in Britain, 1660–1815 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1977).

The British Journal for the History of Science. Nineteenth Century - Science in Culture: The Early Victorian Period. By Susan Faye Cannon. Folkestone: Dawson; New York: Science History Publications, 1978. Pp. xii + 296. £1. 0/$ 1. 5.

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