History and Philosophy of Science in Science Education

International Workshop on History and Philosophy of Science: Implications for Science Education, HBCSE, Mumbai, India. February 1999.

Exhibition on History of Science -  Science---A  Human Saga



In Journals

Abhijeet S Bardapurkar (2005) Experience, Reason and Science Education Current Science, 90(6)

 L. Kala and J. Ramadas (2001) History and Philosophy of Science, Cognitive Science and Science Education: Issues at the Interface, Indian Educational Review, 37(2), pp. 3-21.


Sugra Chunawala, B.S. Mahajan, Sangeeta Mahurkar, Chitra Natarajan, Jayashree Ramadas, and K. Subramaniam (2002) The Roots of Reason: Science and Technology in the Ancient World (English), Arvind Kumar, Sangeeta Mahurkar (Eds.) Quest Publications.

Nagarjuna G. (Ed.)  (1998) Science, A Human Saga (English), HBCSE Mumbai.


In Books

Nagarjuna G. (2009) Tracing the Biological Roots of Cognition, in N.S. Rangaswamy (Editor) Life and Organicism, Volume XII Part 6, History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization, Centre for Studies in Civilizations, New Delhi.

K Subramaniam (1999) Inscriptions, Facts and Black-boxes: Is Modern Science Radically Different? in Raina, D. and Irfan Habib, S. (eds.) Situating the History of Science, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.

In Proceedings

Abhijeet S Bardapurkar (2007) What is 'natural' in natural selection?  A paper presented at the 2007 meeting of the International Society for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB),  University of Exeter, Exeter, England.

Technical Reports/Internal Reports

Threads in time, K Subramaniam, HBCSE Mumbai,  1999.