Current issues are now on the Chicago Journals website. Read the latest issue.Founded in 1936 by George Sarton, and re-launched by the History of Science Society in 1985, this annual thematic journal highlights recent research on significant themes in the history of science. Recent volumes of Osiris include Expertise: Practical Knowledge and the Early Modern State, Klima, Clio Meets Science: The Challenges of History, and Music, Sound, and the Laboratory.
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