I am editor of the Isis Current Bibliography of History of Science. I am especially interested in classification systems and the changing nature of bibliography in the networked digital environment. I am currently building an open access version of the Isis Bibliography that contains entries going back to its establishment in 1913.
I am also Assistant Professor in the History of Science Department at the University of Oklahoma, where I work on issues related to science in the modern world. My focus is on science and religion interactions, especially as they relate to secularism and humanism in America, to conservative religion in the modern…Read more