Please join us in welcoming Robert P. Crease, author of The Workshop and the World, for a reading and signing.
When does scientific discovery become fact? Who decides? And how should everyday citizens interect with scientific process-"the workshop"? This book is a facinating look at key thinkers throughout history who have shaped public perception of science and the role of authority.
If you purchase the book bundle, you get the book AND entrance to the event for you and one guest. There is no need to purchase a general admission ticket if you purchase a book. Your book is your ticket. Books are available for purchase in-store and online. Only books purchased from Cellar Door Books will be granted access to the signing line.
Also, join our Phy-Sci and History Book Clubs in discussion of The Workshop and the World:
- Phy-Sci Book Club: Wednesday, April 24th at 6 pm
- History Book Club: Wednesday, May 1st at 6 pm
Robert P. Crease is a professor in the Department of Philosophy at Stony Brook University, New York, and former chairman of the department. He has written, translated, or edited over a dozen books on history and philosophy of science. Crease is Co-Editor-in-Chief of Physics in Perspective, and writes a monthly column, “Critical Point,” for Physics World magazine, on the philosophy and history of science. His articles and reviews have appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Newsday and elsewhere.