Professor Schickore’s research interests include philosophical and scientific debates about scientific methods in past and present, particularly debates about (non)replicability, error, and negative results; science and public engagement; historical and philosophical aspects of microscopy; and the relation between history and philosophy of science.

Her current research focuses on causation and control in the life sciences, especially in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.


  • 19th Century
  • Philosophy
Biological Science, Philosophy, Philosophy, Philosophy, European Studies, History, History
PhD, University of Hamburg, 1996