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Peter L. Galison

is Joseph Pellegrino University Professor at the Department of the History of Science at Harvard University. He is director of the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments. His work explores the complex interaction between the three principal subcultures of twentieth-century physics:-experimentation, instrumentation, and theory.

Other texts by Peter L. Galison for DIAPHANES
  • English
  • 2007
    Objectivity (with Lorraine Daston), New York, Zone Books
  • 2003
    Einstein's Clock, Poincarè's Maps: Empires of Time, New York, W. W. Norton
  • 1997
    Image and Logic, Chicago, University of Chicago Press
  • 1987
    How Experiments End, Chicago, University of Chicago Press
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