Category Archives: History of Science

Planet Narnia meets Galileo’s World

Over the last couple of years I’ve given countless presentations on the Galileo’s World exhibition, and I’ve enjoyed them all. Tonight I’m giving an informal talk that’s a bit different from the others, which I’m really looking forward to, on … Continue reading

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Galileo’s World report

Originally posted at ouhos.org, the now-discontinued blog of the OU History of Science Collections. Neither this post nor any of its content should be taken as an official communication of the University of Oklahoma. David Davis and I recently wrote … Continue reading

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Visit Logistics

Originally posted at ouhos.org, the now-discontinued blog of the OU History of Science Collections. Neither this post nor any of its content should be taken as an official communication of the University of Oklahoma. Emergency | Weather Emergency: dial 911 … Continue reading

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Area attractions

Originally posted at ouhos.org, the now-discontinued blog of the OU History of Science Collections. Neither this post nor any of its content should be taken as an official communication of the University of Oklahoma. For visiting scholars and others who … Continue reading

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Galileo’s World Bio / CV

Galileo’s World Bio: Kerry V. Magruder is the curator for the Galileo’s World exhibition at the University of Oklahoma. He earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from Truman State University in Missouri, and a masters in library science and a doctorate … Continue reading

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Galileo’s World update

Originally posted at ouhos.org, the now-discontinued blog of the OU History of Science Collections. Neither this post nor any of its content should be taken as an official communication of the University of Oklahoma. Book lists index March signals the … Continue reading

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Galileo’s World OU Speakers Series

Originally posted at ouhos.org, the now-discontinued blog of the OU History of Science Collections. Neither this post nor any of its content should be taken as an official communication of the University of Oklahoma. Free public presentations at 7 p.m. … Continue reading

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Galileo’s World spring 2016 events

Originally posted at ouhos.org, the now-discontinued blog of the OU History of Science Collections. Neither this post nor any of its content should be taken as an official communication of the University of Oklahoma. Hold the date: Changing of exhibits: … Continue reading

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Two new exhibits on Space are now open

Originally posted at ouhos.org, the now-discontinued blog of the OU History of Science Collections. Neither this post nor any of its content should be taken as an official communication of the University of Oklahoma. The Carl Albert Center of the … Continue reading

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Galileo’s World opens at Sam Noble

Originally posted at ouhos.org, the now-discontinued blog of the OU History of Science Collections. Neither this post nor any of its content should be taken as an official communication of the University of Oklahoma. Galileo’s World is upon us… The … Continue reading

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