Paolo Brenni (CNR, Fondazione Scienza e
Tecnica, Florence); Janet Browne (Harvard University);
Serafina Cuomo (Birkbeck College, London); Jan Golinski
(University of New Hampshire); Anna Guagnini (University of
Bologna); Marta Hanson (Johns Hopkins University); Rob
Iliffe (University of Sussex); Myles Jackson (Polytechnic
Institute of New York University); Peter Kjaergaard (Aarhus
University); Trevor Levere (University of Toronto); David
Miller (University of New South Wales); William Newman
(Indiana University); Larry Stewart (University of
Saskatchewan); Andrew Warwick (Imperial College, London)
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