Science & Education
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I was selected by IHPST to serve as the Editor-in-Chief of Science & Education from 2015 to 2019. Michael Matthews, the founding editor of the journal, retired at the end of 2014 after 23 years.
In this page you can read my editorials and other interesting material from the journal.
- Editorials:Succeeding Michael R. Matthews
Peer review and Darwinian selection
(The) Nature(s) of Science(s) and (the) Scientific Method(s)
Publish or perish?
Learn the map, or how to use it?
The Bad Use of Metaphors and the Use of Bad Metaphors
The “HPS dimension” of Science Education Articles
Science teaching in university science departments

- Essays in honor of Michael Matthews by Gerald Holton, Michael Ruse and Zoubeida Dagher & Peter Heering.

In the past, I have guest edited the following thematics issue for Science & Education:

E. Peterson & K. Kampourakis (2015) Mendel, Mendelism and Education: 150 years since the “Versuche”. [Special issue] Science & Education, Issue 1-2.

K. Kampourakis, T. Reydon, & G. Patrinos (Eds) (2014) Genetics and Society: Educating Scientifically Literate Citizens. [Special issue] Science & Education, Issue 2

K. Kampourakis (Ed) (2013) Philosophical Considerations in the Teaching of Biology: Part Two: Evolution, Genetics and Development. [Special issue] Science & Education, Issue 2.

K. Kampourakis (Ed) (2013) Philosophical Considerations in the Teaching of Biology. Part One: Philosophy of Biology and Biological Explanation. [Special issue] Science & Education, Issue 1.

D.W. Rudge & K. Kampourakis (Eds) (2010) Darwin and Darwinism: Part Two: Pedagogical Studies. [Special issue] Science & Education, Issues 6-8.

D.W. Rudge & K. Kampourakis (Eds) (2010) Darwin and Darwinism: Part One. Historical, Philosophical and Cultural Studies. [Special issue] Science & Education, Issues 4-5.