The following publications, mostly by STEP members, provide a good illustration of the range of intersts represented by our members.
Bertomeu Sánchez, J. R.; García Belmar, A; Lundgren, A.; and Patiniotis, M. (eds), “Textbooks in the Scientific Periphery”, Science and Education, 15 (2006): 657-880.
Gavroglu, K. et al., “Science and Technology in the European Periphery. Historiographical Reflections”, History of Science, 46 (2008): 153-175.
Gavroglu, K., “The Centre from the Periphery: Appropriating Scientific Ideas during the Eighteenth Century”, Revue de la Maison Française, 1 (2003): 11-32.
Gavroglu, K. (ed.), The Sciences in the European Periphery During the Enlightenment (Dordrecht, 1999).
Kilinc, B., “Ahmed Midhat and Adnan Adivar on history of science and civilizations”, Nuncius, v. 23 (2008): 291-308.
Homburgh, E., “Boundaries and audiences of national histories of science: insights from the history of science and technology of the Netherlands”, Nuncius, v. 23 (2008): 309-45.
Nieto-Galan, A., “The history of science in Spain: a critical overview”, Nuncius, 23 (2008): 211-36
Nieto-Galan, A. and Papanelopoulou, F. “Science, Technology and the Public in the European Periphery. A Report of the 5th STEP Meeting”, Journal of Science Communication, 5 (2006): 2-6.
Papanelopoulou, F. and Kjaergaard, P. (eds), Science and Technology in Spanish, Greek and Danish Newspapers around 1900, (special issue) Centaurus, 51, 2 (2009): 89-167.
Papanelopoulou, F., Nieto-Galan, A., and Perdiguero, E. (eds), Popularizing Science and Technology in the European Periphery, 1800-2000, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2009) [forthcoming].
Patiniotis, M., “Origins of the historiography of modern Greek science”, Nuncius, v. 23 (2008): 265-89.Simoes, A., Carneiro, A., Diogo, M.P., “Perspectives on contemporary history of science in Portugal”, Nuncius, 23 (2008): 237-63.
Simoes, A., Carneiro, A. and Diogo, M.P. (eds), Travels of Learning: A Geography of Science in Europe (Berlin: Springer, 2003).
Simon, J., Herran, N. et al, Beyond Borders: Fresh Perspectives in History of Science (Cambridge: CSP, 2008).