Presentations @ ISHPSSB 2013, Montpellier

  • Posted on: 15 July 2013
  • By: Erick

Students and faculty from the Center for Biology & Society have returned from the 2013 biennial meeting of the International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB, or Ishkabibble) in Montpellier, France.

Students from the Center gave the following presentations over the course of the week-long conference:

Prospects of recommending management interventions on the basis of formal population viability analysis with scarce data. - Wes Anderson

Debating Division of Labor in European Ethology. An Epistemological Analysis of the Pardi-Deleurance controversy about the Organization of Wasp Societies in 1950. - Guido Caniglia

From Embryology to Developmental Biology: The Diversification of a Biological Field - Michael Dietrich & Nathan Crowe

Conceptions of Multilevel Selection and their Implications for Empirical Results - Christopher Dimond

Fetal Risk, Federal Response: Alcohol Warning Labels and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome - Erica O'Neil

Microevolution on microscales: shifting views of the temporal and spatial scales of evolution in British genecology - Erick Peirson

Gene Networks in Developmental Evolution: What do Common Developmental Mechanisms mean for Evolutionary Explanations? - Valerie

Humanizing Animals: The Selection and Justification of the Prairie Vole as an Animal Model for Autism Spectrum Disorders - Nicholas Zautra