Tag - radical science

American Science: Triumph or Tragedy?

American science has aspired, for a long time, to present itself as exceptional. In 1966, the historian Hunter Dupre invited his colleagues to celebrate, in his view, this long-neglected exceptionalism. More than half-a-century on...

A letter from our outgoing Managing Editor

Science for the People has work to do in standing to end racism, and that starts with our internal organizing. I want to highlight some of our successes as well as ways we can do better, particularly in including the voices of our Black...

Science Wars: The Next Generation

In October 2018, three professors revealed an elaborate hoax: they had written specious articles using the jargon of cultural studies and had succeeded in publishing them in prestigious academic journals. Their feat was widely heralded as...

What is a Radical Analysis of Science?

What is a Radical Analysis of Science? New Directions for Science for the People By Helen Zhao Volume 22, number 1, The Return of Radical Science In this first issue of Science for the People (SftP) since 1989, we revisit a foundational...