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Professor Dean Rickles

Professor Dean Rickles

Professor of History and Philosophy of Modern Physics
Co-director, Centre for Time
Faculty of Science
Telephone 02 9351 8552

Biographical details: Dean received his PhD from the University of Leeds in 2004, under the supervision of Steven French, with a thesis on conceptual issues in quantum gravity. He took up a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Calgary in 2005 (split between health sciences and philosophy), on the application of complex  

Professor Ofer Gal

Professor Ofer Gal

Faculty of Science

Biographical details: Ofer Gal received his PhD from the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University Pittsburgh and his MA from Tel Aviv. He joined Sydney Unit for HPS in 2004, and spent research periods at The Max Planck Institute for History of Science in Berlin, The Dibner Institute  

Associate Professor Dominic Murphy

Associate Professor Dominic Murphy

Faculty of Science

Biographical details: Dominic's main areas of interest are in the philosophy of the cognitive and biological sciences, especially issues in psychiatry and cognitive neuroscience. He has further interests in evolutionary theory, the history and philosophy of biology and medicine, moral psychology, epistemology and bioethics.  

Professor Peter Godfrey-Smith

Professor Peter Godfrey-Smith

Faculty of Science

Biographical details: Peter grew up in Sydney. His undergraduate degree is from the University of Sydney, and he has a PhD in philosophy from UC San Diego. He taught at Stanford University between 1991 and 2003, and then combined a half-time post at the Australian National University and a visiting position at  

Professor Hans Pols

Professor Hans Pols

Faculty of Science

Biographical details: Hans Pols is interested in the history, sociology, and anthropology of medicine. He currently focuses on the history of colonial and postcolonial medicine in Southeast Asia. The history and sociology of psychiatry holds his special interest.  

Dr Daniela Helbig

Dr Daniela Helbig

Faculty of Science

Biographical details: MSc (Physics), Free University Berlin; PhD (History of Science), Harvard University  

Emeritus Professor Stephen Gaukroger

Emeritus Professor Stephen Gaukroger

Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
Faculty of Science

Biographical details: Stephen Gaukroger received his BA (hons) in philosophy, with congratulatory first class honours, from the University of London in 1974, and his PhD, in history and philosophy of science, from the University of Cambridge in 1977. He was a Research Fellow at Clare Hall Cambridge, and then at the University  


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