International Academy of the History of Science

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The International Academy of the History of Science (French: Académie Internationale d'Histoire des Sciences) is a membership organization for historians of science.[1] The academy was founded on 17 August 1928 at the Congress of Historical Science by Aldo Mieli, Abel Rey, George Sarton, Henry E. Sigerist, Charles Singer, Karl Sudhoff, and Lynn Thorndike.

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