Kristian Camilleri is a lecturer in the History and Philosophy of Science program in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies. After studying physics and HPS at Melbourne University, he completed his PhD in HPS there in 2005. Kristian has co-taught ‘God and the Natural Sciences’ with Stephen Ames for the past three years, and teaches a number of undergraduate subjects in the HPS program. His current research focuses on the history and philosophy of modern physics, and the way in which science has been shaped by wider social and cultural context in the 20th century. He is an agnostic atheist.