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Great, Non-Boring Books on the History of Science and the Nature of Knowledge

Predictably Irrational
Predictably Irrational The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions By Ariely, Dan (Book - 2008 ) 330.019 A and more… Available to borrow in some locations
City of Dreams
City of Dreams A Novel of Nieuw Amsterdam and Early Manhattan By Swerling, Beverly (Book - 2001 )
Children of Los Alamos
Children of Los Alamos An Oral History of the Town Where the Atomic Age Began By Mason, Katrina R. (Book - 1995 ) 623.4511 M and more… Available to borrow in some locations
The Cholera Years
The Cholera Years The United States in 1832, 1849, and 1866 By Rosenberg, Charles E. (Book - 1987 ) 614.514 R All copies in use Availability details
A Midwife's Tale
A Midwife's Tale The Life of Martha Ballard, Based on Her Diary, 1785-1812 By Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher, 1938- (Book - 1990 ) Available by request Availability details
The Physicists
The Physicists The History of A Scientific Community in Modern America / by Daniel J. Kevles. 1st Vintage Books Ed By Kevles, Daniel J. (Book - 1979 ) Available by request Availability details

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Fun, interesting or thought provoking memoirs, non-fiction, essays, plays, oral histories, fiction and even children's books related to the history of science and the nature of knowledge.


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