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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.

 

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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Hyun, J. (2019). Tracing national origins, debating ethnic homogeneity: population genetics and the politics of national identity in South Korea. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 49(4), 351-383. doi:10.1525/hsns.2019.49.4.351.

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Lin, N.-y., Chen, S.-P., Che, Q., Yeh, C., & Wang, S. (2019). 數位人文中的空間認識論-以中國方志與陸測圖為例 (Spatial epistemologies in Digital Humanities: using local gazetteers and land survey maps of China as an example). In DADH 2019. 10th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (pp. 83-100). Taipei: National Taiwan Normal University.

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Renn, J. (2019). Wissenschaftsgeschichte im Anthropozän. In Wozu Wissenschaftsgeschichte?—Ziele und Wege (pp. 1-18). Wien: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press.

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Lalli, R., Howey, R. T., & Wintergrün, D. (2019). The dynamics of collaboration networks and the history of general relativity, 1925–1970. Scientometrics. doi:10.1007/s11192-019-03327-1.

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Beyer, V. (2019). How to Generate a Fingerprint. Berlin: Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte.

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Shen, Y. (2019). Pneumonic plagues, environmental changes, and the International Fur trade: the retreat of Tarbagan Marmots from Northwest Manchuria, 1900s-30s. Frontiers of history in China, 14(3), 291-322. doi:10.3868/s020-008-019-0016-1.

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Valleriani, M., Kräutli, F., Zamani, M., Tejedor, A., Sander, C., Vogl, M., Bertram, S., Funke, G., & Kantz, H. (2019). The emergence of epistemic communities in the ‘Sphaera’ corpus: mechanisms of knowledge evolution. Journal of Historical Network Research, 3, 50-91. doi:10.25517 /jhnr.v3i1.63.

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Costa, M. T. (2019). Metamorphosis of ruins: the epistemology of copy and replica by the example of Palmyra. In U. Fleckner, & E. Tolstichin (Eds.), Das verirrte Kunstwerk: Bedeutung, Funktion und Manipulation von »Bilderfahrzeugen« in der Diaspora (pp. 227-244). Berlin: De Gruyter.

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Kant, H. (2019). Die Erforschung und Nutzung der Kernenergie: ihre Ambivalenz(en) im historischen Kontext. In K. Fischer, & H. Parthey (Eds.), Ambivalenz der Wissenschaft (pp. 135-172). Berlin: wvb Wissenschaftlicher Verlag.

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Leong, E. (2019). Transformative itineraries and communities of knowledge in early modern Europe: the case of Lazare Rivière’s 'The Practice of Physick’. In J. A. Mendelsohn, A. Kinzelbach, & R. Schilling (Eds.), Civic medicine: physician, polity, and pen in early modern Europe (pp. 257-279). London: Routledge.

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Serrano, E. (2019). Sex and prisons: women and Spanish penitentiary reform, 1787-1808. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 42(4), 501-517. doi:10.1111/1754-0208.12664.

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