Vice President and Academic Editor
James A. Barham, PhD, is a Texas-born historian and philosopher of science. He received his BA in classics from the University of Texas at Austin, his MA in history of science from Harvard University, and his PhD in history and philosophy of science from the University of Notre Dame.
While at Harvard, he was a Sheldon Traveling Fellow at the University of Athens and a Visiting Fellow at the Byzantine Institute of the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences in Belgrade. Barham conducts research on the conceptual foundations of biology. He has published papers in a number of scholarly journals, including BioSystems, Rivista di Biologia, and Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences.