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Dr Daniel Wilson

Research Associate

CRASSH


Biography:

Daniel Wilson is a postdoctoral research associate on the Technology and Democracy project at CRASSH. He is an affiliated research scholar of the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, where he teaches the history of modern science and technology, as well as the sociology of scientific knowledge. 
 
Previously, Daniel was a CNRS research fellow of the EHESS in Paris, as part of a project about nineteenth-century predictive sciences, 'PROFUTUR'. Before that, he worked on Victorian history as part of the Leverhulme-funded Cambridge Victorian Studies Group. Daniel's first degree was in Philosophy at Cambridge; he has both a Master's and a PhD in History from the University of London. His research interests include Modern British and Intellectual History, Concept History, History of Science and Technology, History of Economic Thought and Social Studies of Finance.