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Articles & Preprints (in PuRe Bibliography)

The Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG) scholars’ articles and preprints are the results of completed and ongoing research projects. Many of the journal articles are also free to access.

 

Valleriani, M. (2020). The thirsty but educated Iberian Peninsula: as a means of introduction. In A. Duarte Rodrigues, & C. Toribio Marín (Eds.), The history of water: management in the Iberian Peninsula between the 16th and 19th centuries (pp. V-XI). Cham: Springer Nature.

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Daston, L., & Heijne, B. (2020). ‘We willen allemaal blijven geloven in waar we al in geloven’ (Interview). NRC.nl, 20.3.20, 1-7.

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Fridlund, M., & La Mela, M. (2019). Between technological nostalgia and engineering imperialism: digital history readings of China in the Finnish technoindustrial public sphere 1880-1912. Tekniikan Waiheita, 37(1), 7-40. doi:10.33355/tw.83224.

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Renn, J. (2020). The anthropocene and the history of science. In G. Dürbeck, & P. Hüpkes (Eds.), The anthropocenic turn: the interplay between disciplinary and interdisciplinary responses to a new age (pp. 37-58). New York: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781003037620-4.

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Rheinberger, H.-J. (2020). The ‘Material Turn’ and the ‘Anthropocenic Turn’ from a history of science perspective. In G. Dürbeck, & P. Hüpkes (Eds.), The anthropocenic turn: the interplay between disciplinary and interdisciplinary responses to a new age (pp. 27-36). New York: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781003037620-3.

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Lin, N.-y., Chen, S.-P., Wang, S., & Yeh, C. (2020). Displaying spatial epistemologies on Web GIS: using visual materials from the Chinese Local Gazetteers as an example. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 14(1-2), 81-97. doi:10.3366/ijhac.2020.0246.

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Colominas Aparicio, M. (2019). Muslim perceptions of sephardic exceptionalism in Christian Iberia. Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies / Annual, 2019, 13-15.

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Rodrigues Almeida, C. (2020). Stellar equilibrium vs. gravitational collapse. The European Physical Journal H, 1-24. doi:10.1140/epjh/e2019-100045-x.

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Gribenski, F. (2020). Plenty of pitches. Nature Physics, 16(2), 232-232. doi:10.1038/s41567-019-0707-1.

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Felten, S. (2020). Mining culture, labour, and the state in early modern Saxony. Renaissance Studies, 34(1), 119-148. doi:10.1111/rest.12583.

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Krause, K. (2019). Grenzen der Philosophie: Alberts des Großen Kommentar zu 'De animalibus' und die Medizin. Documenti e Studi sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale, 30, 265-293.

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Ureta, S., Lekan, T., & Hardenberg, W. G. v. (2020). Baselining nature: an introduction. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. doi:10.1177/2514848619898092.

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Hyun, J. (2019). Blood purity and scientific independence: blood science and postcolonial struggles in Korea, 1926–1975. Science in Context, 32(3), 239-260. doi:10.1017/S0269889719000231.

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Hyun, J. (2019). Racializing Chōsenjin: science and biological speculations in colonial Korea. East Asian Science, Technology and Society, 13(4), 489-510. doi:10.1215/18752160-8005053.

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Rheinberger, H.-J. (2019). Introduction à la correspondance Gaston Bachelard – Ludwig Binswanger (1948-1955). Revue Germanique Internationale, 30, 165-177. doi:10.4000/rgi.2359.

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Rispoli, G. (2020). Genealogies of Earth System Thinking. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, 1, 4-5. doi:10.1038/s43017-019-0012-7.

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Daston, L. (2020). The accidental trace and the science of the future: tales from the nineteenth-century archives. In J. Bärnighausen, C. Caraffa, S. Klamm, F. Schneider, & P. Wodtke (Eds.), Photo-Objects: on the materiality of photographs and photo archives in the humanities and sciences (pp. 83-100). Berlin: Edition Open Access.

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Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Max Planck Society (2019). Leonardo's intellectual cosmos. Spark: catalysts for insight, (4), 26-33.

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Renn, J. (2019). The evolution of knowledge creation. Spark: catalysts for insight, (4), 8-13.

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Roeder, C. (2020). From Neo-Slavism to Internationalism: interwar central Europe and the search for the lost mountains. Contemporary European History, 29(1), 16-29. doi:10.1017/S0960777319000171.

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