Publications

Article: “Co-teaching Botany and History: An Interdisciplinary Model for a More Inclusive Curriculum,” co-authored with Frederica Bowcutt, accepted for publication, Isis: History of Science Journal, September 2020.

Review: Buffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc, le comte de. The Epochs of Nature. Translated by J. A. Zalasiewicz, Mateusz Zalasiewicz, and Anne-Sophie Milon. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018. In The Journal of the History of Biology, Winter 2020.

Book Project: The Noble Body in Motion: How Scientific Diagramming Changed Court Dance and Military Drill in the Eighteenth Century 

Book Project: Icons of Artifice: a History of the Greenhouse

Article: “Co-Teaching Biology and History in an Introductory Honors Course on Animals” (in progress).

Women in the History of Science: A Liberating the Curriculum Sourcebook
https://historyofsciencesourcebook.wordpress.com/

Contributions Submitted: Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717)

Contributions in Progress: Mary Cynthia Dickerson, Aglae Adanson

Oregon State University Blog: http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/historyofscience/

Sophie Germain and Fermat’s Last Theorem

http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/historyofscience/page/29/

Questioning the Threshold for Stressors – a One Health lecture at OSU

http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/historyofscience/page/22/

Roll on, Cascadia, Roll on! http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/historyofscience/page/20/

Acorns to Climate Change: Bowcutt lecture brings together humanities and science http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/historyofscience/page/19/

Translating a Sixteenth-Century French Manuscript             http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/historyofscience/page/25/

WWI Panel Convened at OSU Special Collections with Matthew McConnell             http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/historyofscience/page/26/

Translations for Encyclopédie, Collaborative Translation Project:

“Danses militaire,” Louis de Cahusac

“Danse armée,” Cahusac, in process

“Nature,” Jean le Rond d’Alembert, in process

Personal Blog https://tamaracaulkins.wordpress.com/ includes:

On Playing Music and Practicing Writing

Eloge and a New Year’s Resolution

Body-Mind Connections

Living History with Solar Microscopes

Artificial Coral

Translating a Sixteenth Century French Manuscript

Eighteenth Century Dance Notations

Walking Tours

“What is Art for?” in The Phoenix: The Newsletter of the Liberal Arts and Sciences at Wenatchee Valley College, Winter 2005.

Music Critic for Spectator Magazine (regional arts publication), Greensboro NC, 1991-2.

Interview with Jose Luis Rodrigo, Co-author with Neil Caulkins, Soundboard, Guitar       Foundation of America, Vol. 15, No. 1, 1988.