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Issue 5.1

Interview with Peter Galison: On Method

Peter Galison is a University Professor in Physics and the History of Science at Harvard University. His publications, including Image and Logic (1997), Einstein’s Clocks, Poincaré’s Maps (2003) and, with L. Daston, Objectivity (2007), span theory, material cultures, the social histories of science, and include broad topics in the history and philosophy of science, art and architecture. He is also a documentary filmmaker who, with artist Robb Moss, directed Secrecy (2008), which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and Containment (2015). Galison’s most recent film, Black Holes | The Edge of All We Know, premiered in 2020 at CHP:DOX. Galison has a way of presenting complex ideas with equal parts ease and laser precision.