- Notes on Contributors
Jeroen Van Bouwel is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Ghent University. His research interests include social epistemology, the philosophy of the social sciences and general philosophy of science, especially explanatory and scientific pluralism. He is the editor of The Social Sciences and Democracy (Palgrave MacMillan) and the author of Scientific Explanation (Springer) together with Erik Weber and Leen De Vreese. His articles have appeared in journals such as Economics and Philosophy, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, The Journal for General Philosophy of Science, Foundations of Science, and History and Theory
Manuela Fernández Pinto is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Helsinki, Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences. Her primary research interests are in social epistemology, history and philosophy of science, and feminist philosophy.
Sophie Ritson is a Ph.D. candidate in the Unit for History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Sydney. Her current research examines the philosophical and sociological aspects of points of conflict within the String Theory Research program as well as the history of technology-driven disruptions in the high-energy physics community.
Kristian Camilleri is a lecturer in the History and Philosophy of Science program at the University of Melbourne. He has written on the history of the interpretational debates over quantum mechanics, and his current research examines the relationship between physics and philosophy in the first half of the twentieth century in wider social and historical context. [End Page 241]
J. L. Heilbron is an emeritus professor of history at the University of California Berkeley. His most recent book is a biography of Galileo published by Oxford University Press in 2010. [End Page 242]