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A Book on al-Khazini’s Book on the Balance of Wisdom
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A Cultural History of Breathing
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A Cultural History of Heredity
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A Global History of Human Teeth
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A Guide Through Textual Practices in Late Renaissance Court Libraries
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A Historical and Critical Neuroscience of Music
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A History of Scientific Methods and Expertise in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
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A History of the “Typical”: Scientific Research in Prisoner-of-War-Camps from 1915 to 1918
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A Matter of Time: Transforming Timekeeping in Nineteenth-century Japan
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A Medieval Coptic Hebraism? Coptic Adaptations of Saadiah Gaon’s Judaeo-Arabic Translation of the Torah
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A Natural History of Data
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A Philological Archeology of Master Craftsmen
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A Terrible Piece of Bad Metaphysics? The Tradition of Objective Probability in the Late-Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century
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A Visual Imprint of Moving Air
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Accounting for Uncertainty: Prediction and Planning in Asian History
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Acoustic Knowledge, Sound Technologies, and Music in Early Twentieth-Century India
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After Mapping the Avant-Garde: Music, Experimentalism, Technology, Science
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Aging Research in Nineteenth-century Biology
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Agricultural Modernization and Biodiversity Conservation in the Twentieth Century
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Alchemy and a Vernacular Color Code
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Alchemy as the Art of Dyeing: The Fourfold Division of Alchemy and the Enochian Tradition
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Alhacen volgare
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All Against All: Scientific Prophecies of Food and Fuel Production, 1929–89
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Allegoresis and Etymology in the Greco-Latin Scholarly Traditions
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Alum—A Material at the Crossroads of the Arts, Crafts, and Learned Inquiry
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Amateurs by Choice: Women and the Pursuit of Independent Scholarship in Twentieth-Century Historical Writing
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An "Elusive" Phenomenon: The "Normal" Female Sex Drive
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An Unknown Treatise on Shadows Referred to by Leonardo Da Vinci
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Analytic Narratives and the Semantics of Formal Decision Theories
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Anatomy of a Hybrid: The Entangled History of Biology and Silk in Modern Japan
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Ancient Astronomy and Geography
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Ancient Babylonian Astronomy
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Ancients and Moderns: A Cultural History of Modern Science in India (1600–2000)
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Anecdote, Experiment, and Trial: Poison Antidotes and Drug Testing in Early Modern Europe
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Animal Models of Human Behavior: Cultures of Observation
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Another Green Revolution? Extracting "Lessons" from History
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Another Green World: Tropical Trees and American Jungle
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Anthropocene and Digital Technologies
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Anthropocene Curriculum
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Anthropocene Knowledge: Earth History in the Making
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Anthropometric Data Banks and the Making of the Dimensional Body
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Anticipation in Hereditary Disease in Europe 1900–50
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Antoine Lafreri's Atlases: Collecting, Conserving, and Representing Geographical Knowledge
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Appareil du sens—Concepts of the Human Senses in Scientific Observations
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Architecture and Empire in the Reign of Yongle
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Architecture and Geometry
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Archival Culture in Early Modern Europe: New Approaches to an Old Topic
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Archival Impulses in German Radio: Collecting, Ordering and Reusing Sound (1930–1960)
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Archival Reasoning: Astronomy, Chronology, History
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Archives in the Anthropocene
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Archiving Indigeneity: Language Documentation and the Pragmatics of Decolonization
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Archiving the Doomed. Fashioning a Public Science of Conservation
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Art and Alchemy
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Art and Deception: Functions, Techniques, and Effects of Material Mimesis
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Art History around 1900 as Art’s “Transcultural Reflection” avant la lettre
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Art, Natural Science, Local History and the New World in Counter–Reformation Antwerp: The Collection of the Portuguese Merchant-Banker Emmanuel Ximenez
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Art, Optics, and Practical Mathematics. Networks of Art and Knowledge in the Early Modern Netherlands
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Artifacts of Authentication: People Making Texts Making Things in Ming-Qing China
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Artist in Residence: World Factory
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Artists’ Collections in the Early Modern Netherlands
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Artists’ Optical Knowledge
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Astronomical and Cosmological Diagrams in Latin Manuscripts of the Eleventh to Thirteenth Centuries
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Astronomy of the Early Modern Era
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Asynchronicity—The Soviet Audiovision (1925–1934)
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At the Front Door? Women Scientists at the Humboldt University, 1946–1961
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At-Home Observation of Early Childhood Development in Gilded Age America
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Atlas of Innovations
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Atomic Food for Peace?—Materializing a Radiant Idea in a Transnational Network of Research and Development
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Auditory Data Analysis. Knowledge Making, the Senses, and the Formation of Scientific Sonification, 1980–2000
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Authors' Voices on Records and Radio 1889-1932
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Avantgarde and Psychotechnics. On the Convergence of Science, Art and Technology in the Russian 1920s.
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Barren Structures: The Problem of Sterility in the Age of Plenty
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Beauty and the Microscope: The Use, Design, and Values of Fashionable Instruments in the Enlightenment
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Before Copernicus: The Cultures and Context of Scientific Learning in the Fifteenth Century
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Being Brains
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Between East and West: A Transnational History of Twentieth Century Mountaineering
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Between Law and Science: Unsoundness of Mind in Anglo-American Medical Jurisprudence
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Between Marvel and Machine: the Automaton in the Middle Ages
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Betwixt and Between: Sound in the Humanities and Sciences
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Betwixt the Somatic and the Mnemonic: Mapping Identities in the Global South, c. 1950–1980s
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Beyond the Academy: Histories of Gender and Knowledge
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Big Data and the Reconstruction of Linguistic Prehistory
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Binding Media. Painting Techniques in Art, Science, and Industry in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Germany
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Biodiversity, Saving Biodiversity: Expert Practices and Public Engagements in Conservation Biology
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Biological Diversity and Cultural Pluralism: The Changing Valuation of Complexity in Nature and Culture in Germany and the United States
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Birthing Machines—An Introduction to Ambulant Science
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Blood Groups and the Rise of Human Genetics in the Mid-Twentieth Century
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Bodies in Paper: Popular Health Manuals and the Representation of Anatomy, 1890–1930
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Bottled Knowledge
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Bourgeois Berlin and Laboratory Science
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Brass Instrument Psychology: Timing—1840–1940
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Bringing Chymistry into Shape: The Ideas, Intellectual Context, and Influence of Daniel Sennert (1572-1637)
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Bringing Nature into the Court. The Vatican and Reales Sitios as "Places of Science" (1555–1605)
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Brownian Motion and Microphysical Reality c. 1900
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Budgeting and Planning Religion: Cost Estimates and their Realities for Buddha Statues and Paintings, Thirteenth to Nineteenth Century
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Buzz: A Stimulating History of Sex Toys
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"Colores Quibus Pictores Utuntur." The Integration and Disintegration of Pigment Knowledge in the Sixteenth Century
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Cabinetizing Art and Knowledge in Early Modern Northern Europe
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Calculated Virtues: Explanations of Altruism in Biology and Society since Darwin
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Camera Obscura
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Carl Stumpf and the Principles of Experimental Phenomenology: Historical and Theoretical Foundations
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Cartography in Sacroboscoʼs Tract “The Sphere”
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Cataloging Life
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Causality and Causal Reasoning
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Changing Contexts and Practices of Basic Science during the Twentieth Century
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Character Drives: Vitality and the Victorian Novel
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Charting Interior and Exterior Worlds: Towards a Social Geography of Medieval Chinese Healthcare
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Charting the Weather: Graphical Representations in Late Eighteenth-Century Meteorology
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Chemical Desires (1850–1929): Making the Architectural Materials of Modernity
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Chemical Knowledge and the Armourers’ Art
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Chemical Technology and Epistemological Debate in the Works of Leonardo da Vinci and Vannoccio Biringuccio
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China in the Studio. Painting Porcelain in the Seventeenth-Century Netherlands
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Chinese Building Manuals and Traditions of Architectural Technology
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Chromatic Variations: Early Modern Practices of Color
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Chronos and Psyche: The History of Physiological and Psychological Time Experiments
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Ciphers, Sounds, and Ear Trumpets: Acoustics and Espionage in England, 1655–1685
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Cipriano Piccolpasso's Art of the Potter
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Circa. Circulations of Knowledge in the History of Climate Modeling
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Circulating Filth: Oeconomic Chemistry and Recycling, 1700–1830
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Circulation in Nineteenth-Century France: Blood, Water, and Railroads
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Circumscribing Knowledge: Paper Trials and Men of Learning in Eighteenth-Century Europe
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Clinical Observation and the Making of Cultural-Historical Psychology
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Cloth Britannia: A History-of-Technology Treatment of the Industrial Revolution
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Codes of Experimenting and Experimental Spaces around 1900
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Coevolutionary Approaches to the Anthropocene
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Cold Nuclear Fusion
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Cold War Rationality
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Collecting Artifacts in the Age of Empire
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Collecting Brains: From the Lab to the Archive
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Collecting Knowledge for the Family: Household Recipe Books in Early Modern England
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Collective Observation
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Collectivities and Individuals: Freud and Spencer
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Colonial and Postcolonial Planning and Counter-Planning
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Colonial Ears: Noise, Acoustics, and Hearing Bodies in Colonial Taiwan
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Colonial Ears: Noise, Acoustics, and Hearing Bodies in Colonial Taiwan
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Color and Aesthetics in Eighteenth-century Mineralogy 
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Color and Contingency in Robert Boyle's Works
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Color Beginnings
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Color Does Matter
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Color in Nature and Color in Art
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Color, Vision, and the Eye in Late Sixteenth-Century Padua
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Comets and Wondrous Signs in the Sky: Natural History and Religious Polemic in Early Modern France and Germany
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Coming to their Senses: The Averroist Turn and the Rise of "Empiricism" in the Thirteenth Century
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Commentaries on Mathematical Texts in a Comparative Perspective
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Commentaries on Mathematical Texts in a Comparative Perspective
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Communicating Subjective Vision
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Comparison of Demographic Regimes
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Conditional Inequalities: American Pure and Applied Mathematics from the Cold War to the Present
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Conservation and Contingency—An Epistemological Study into the Culture of Conservation
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Constructed Optics, Topographic Perspective, and Garden Design. The Grand Canal at Versaillles
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Constructing a Prospering World: History and Technology of Jade in the Qianlong Era
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Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the Nineteenth and Twenty-first Centuries
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Constructing Spaceship Earth
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Constructing the Heavens. Drawings of Nebulae in Victorian Science
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Contagion in the Cultural Imagination of Victorian England
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Contesting the "Laws of Life": Sexual Science and Sexual Politics in the Early Twentieth Century
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Context and Error in the Epistemology of Scientific Experiment
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Context of Commentaries on the Textbook of Astronomy “Pseudo-Proclus’ Sphaera” in the Renaissance
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Controversies in Crisis in Psychology (1897–1933)
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Convivencia. Iberian to Global Dynamics (500–1750)
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Cooperation and Outreach
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Cosmic Ice Theory—Science, Fiction and the Public, 1894–1945
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Counting Babies: The Madrid Foundling House as an Oeconomic House (1799–1820)
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Craft Knowledge Experimentation and Theory Construction: A Rereading of the "Jingjing lingchi" 鏡鏡詅癡 (Blazoning Infatuation in Front of Mirrors)
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Crafting a Natural History of Art in Early Modern Antwerp
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Crafting Life: Stonemasonry, Apprenticeship, and the Repair of the Built Environment
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Crafting Splendor and Examining Light. The Artisan’s Contribution to the Study of Optics, 1100–1700
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Creation of an Image Database for Eurasia and North Africa (4000 BCE–1700 CE)
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Creative Natures. St. Joachimsthal, Goldsmiths, and Metallogenesis
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Creative Niche Scientists: Women Educators in North American Museums, 1880-1930
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Crisis Debates in Psychology
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Crops on the Move: A China-Centered Perspective on the Travels of Rice, Tea, and Cotton through Early Modern Eurasia
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Cross-cultural Knowledge Transfer through Translation
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Crystals, Colloids, and Fibers: The Organization of (Living) Matter and the Limits of Microscopic Vision, 1882–1938
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Cultural Evolution and the Free Market: Hayek’s Theory of Group Selection
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Cultural Traditions of Technical Knowledge
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Cultures of Innovation in Global History
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Cut and Paste around 1900
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Dangerous Drugs: Global Medicines in Early Modern Russia
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Darwin and the "Natural" Science of Emotions
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Darwin’s Images: The Visual Representation of Evolutionary Theory, 1830–1890
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Data and Material Culture: Finds and Specimens as “Raw Archival Data”
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Data Infrastructures in Biology
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Data Management and Knowledge Production in Late Qing Archives
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Data Processing, Data Management, and Data Archiving in Twentieth-Century Astronomy
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Data That Travel: Climates between Africa, Europe, and the Globe
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Database of Dreams: Social Science’s Forgotten Archive of How to Be Human
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Databases and Data Communities in Animal Ecology
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De rebus naturae: Objects and Observers in Hellenistic Science
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Death’s Paperwork: Gender, Authority, and Memory in Early Modern Science
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Decoding the Pantheon Columns
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Development of Phonology as a Field of Study in Late Imperial China, 1500–1900
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Devices of Curiosity: Cinema and the Scientific Vernacular
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Digital Humanities
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Digital Humanities Research
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Digital Repositories
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Digital Research Infrastructure
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Diplomacy on the Move between Song and Yuan Traditions: The Case of Annam
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Disaster Preparedness in Japan and Global Transfer of Knowledge 1890–1970
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Disaster Research and Preparedness and Global Transfer of Knowledge
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Disciplining the Sense of Hearing: Auditory Practices in Mid Sixteenth-Century Geneva
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Discovery and Justification: Revisiting a Precarious Distinction
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Discovery of the Urea Cycle
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Diseases of Modern Life: Nineteenth-Century Perspectives
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Distillation in China: Elixirs, New Medicines, and Liquors
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Divido in Simile Parte: Representation of Distance and Quantity in Leon Battista Alberti’s "De pictura"
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Documenting Destitution: Photography and the Visual Archive of Famine in India
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Documenting the World
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Doing Things with Data: The Cold War Political Economy of Environmental Archives
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Domesticating Air—The Material History of Breathing Safely
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Drawing As Observing
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Drawing from Life: John La Farge, William James, and the Search for Truth in Art, Science and Philosophy
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Drawing Gestures: Investigating Bodily Knowledge in Mechanical Arts Encrypted in Words and Images (fourteenth to seventeenth century)
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Dream Watchers. A History of Modern Dream Research
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Dreaming, Motion, Meaning: Onieric Transport in Early Modern Europe
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Dreams and Knowledge in Early Modern Societies
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Dreams and Knowledge in the Holy Roman Empire, ca. 1500–1750
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Dyeing for Permanence: Communities of Practice and the Making of Bingata
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Dysmorphology's Archives: Collecting and Processing Data on Inborn Anomalies
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“Data Not Good Enough to See the Light of the Day”: Shifting Boundaries Between Private and Public Experimental Data
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Ear and Instrument—Hermann v. Helmholtz’s “On the Sensations of Tone as a Physiological Basis for the Theory of Music”
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Early Enlightenment in Istanbul
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Early Modern Art Technologies and Materials
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Early Modern Color Worlds
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Early Modern Historiography of Science and Medicine
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Early Modern Mechanics: Benedetti
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Early Modern Recipes Online Collective
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Early Optics and Perspective through Microscopic Lenses
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Early Vernacular Medical Books: Making, Users and Uses, Impact
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Edging into the Wild
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Edition Topoi
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Education of Mining Experts, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
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Efficacious Entities: External Causes and Internal Dispositions in Animals’ and Human Action
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Electro-acoustics in the Laboratory, Late Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century
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Embodying Color: How Color is Made, Mobilized, and Owned in Traditional Craft Practice in South India
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Emerging Complexity. The Dynamics of Discipline, Computational Tools, and Virtual Experiment from 1960–2000
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Empire in the Cabinet of Curiosities
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Enacting East Africa
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Encountering Hermes in the Unknown: Exploring Experimental Vitamin Research during World War I
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Encounters between Medicine, Literature, Philosophy, and their Circulation in Public Debates
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Encounters with Indigo: The Circulation of Natural Knowledge Among French Colonies in the Eighteenth Century
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Endangerment, Biodiversity, and Culture
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Engineering Growth: Infrastructures of Planning in Japanese Overseas Development
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Engineering Metropolis: Contagion, Capital, and the Making of British Colonial Cairo, 1882-1922
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Engineering the Earth: An History of Planning Large-Scale Environmental Plans
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Engineering, Cartography, and the Culture of Knowledge in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome
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Enhancing the Human: Sensory Enhancement and the Materiality of the Senses, 1910–1970
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Enlightening Insects: Insects and the Formation of the French Enlightenment 1700–1789
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Enlightenment and Imperial Decline: Cultures of Naturalism in the Ottoman Empire, 1650–1750
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Epidemiology, Chronic Diseases and the Risk Factor Approach since the 1920s: Shifts in our Concepts of Health and Disease
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Epigenetic Landscapes
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Epistemic Writings
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Epistemologies of Heritable Disease Classifications in the Early 1950s
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Epistemologies of the Living between 1900 and 1960
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Epistemology and Aesthetics of Graphic and Photographic Inscription
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Essential Differences: Body and Place in the Early Modern Atlantic
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Eugenics and the Discourse on Reproductive Rights of African American Women in the Twentieth Century
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European Conceptions of the “New Man,” 1880–1930
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Europe’s Green Revolution: The Rise and Fall of Peasant-Friendly Plant Breeding in Central Europe, 1890–1945
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Excerpts versus Fragments: Deconstructions and Reconstitutions of the Excerpta Constantiniana
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Exemplum and Wundertier: Three Concepts of the Scholarly Persona
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Exhibition Project on Art and Alchemy
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Expansive Science: Medium and Discipline in Southern Mexican Intellectual Practice, 1880–1920
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Experiencing the Global Environment
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Experimental Archeology: Scientific Techniques and Recipes from the Iberian Peninsula (Fourteenth to Sixteenth Centuries)
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Experimental Imagery: An Investigation of Fifteenth-Century Alchemical Expression (Image, Symbol, and Word)
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Experimentalization of Gardening in Nineteenth-Century Germany. Peter Joseph Lenné and the “Gärtner-Lehranstalt” at Wildpark/Potsdam
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Experimentalization of Life
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Experimenting Exotic Drugs in Charitable Institutions and Hospitals (Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries)
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Experimenting with Life’s Potential: The Bio-Politics of Nutrition
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Experts of Memory: Chanting as a Method and Verification of Learning in Tang Dynasty China
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Exploring the As Yet Unknown in Historical Epistemology, Experimental Systems and Contemporary Nutrition
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Exploring the Origins of Earth System Science
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External Alchemy in Song China
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Extinction and the Value of Diversity
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Extracting Knowledge from Optical Artifacts: On Mydorge’s Experiments
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Fabricating Reliable Phenomena in Industrial Laboratories ca. 1925
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Feeding Germany: Nutrition and the German Countryside, 1871–1923
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Fighting Uncertainty and Promising Safety—Practices of Evidence for Technical Safety in 20th Century Engineering
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Fireworks and Color in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
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Fluorophores and Electronic Imaging in Cell Biology, 1945–95
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Forging Technology for Metals Processing in the Pre-Qin Period
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Fossil Modernity—Technical Materialities and Time Regimes in the Anthropocene
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Fossils during the Middle Ages, 1200–1500
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Frederike van Uildriks (1854–1919). New Woman, Universal Savant and Popular Scientist in the Netherlands
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From Cennini to de Mayerne: Artists’ Recipes for Painting Materials and Techniques, 1400-1650
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From Electrotype to the Electric Image: Global Vision, ca. 1830–1920
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From Form to Norm: The Systematization of Values in German Design
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From Herodotus to Global Circulation
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From Knowledge and Faith to Science and Religion: The Jesuit Way to Modernity
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From Philology to Philosophy: Zhu Xi as a Reader Annotator
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From the Vitruvian Prospectiva Aedificandi to the Euclidean Piazza in Trecento. Architectural Theory and Practice
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From Tin to Pewter: Craft and Statecraft in Qing China: 1700–1844
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Games of Chance and Mathematical Knowledge in Late Ming and Qing China
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Gardening, Fancying, and Heredity
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Gems and the New Science: Jewellers, Travellers, and Natural Philosophers from Gassendi to Dufay
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Gems in Transit—Materials, Techniques, and Trade in the Early Modern Period
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Gendered and Ethnic Knowledge: Mrs. JMC Kloppenburg-Versteegh (1862–1948), an Example from the Dutch East Indies around 1900
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Gendered History of Pathology: Blood Clots and Hormones in Women
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Genealogy and Human Heredity in Germany, Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
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Generating Experimental Knowledge: Experimental Systems, Concept Formation and the Pivotal Role of Error
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Generating Experimental Knowledge: Experimental Systems, Concept Formation and the Pivotal Role of Error
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Geographical Fragments from Early Medieval China: Local Gazetteers before Local Gazetteers
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Geographical Knowledge and Cultural Concepts: A Preliminary Investigation of the Old Chinese Maps Collected at the MPIWG
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Geographies of Knowing: China Historical GIS
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German Radio and the Development of Electric Music in the 1920s and 1930s
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Get-it-Published
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Giovan Battista della Porta and Francis Bacon on Philosophical Instruments and Experimental Trials
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Gods on Clay: Ancient Near Eastern Scholarly Practices and the History of Religions
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Goethe’s Experiments in Music and Theater, 1791–1817
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Golden Wood and Panels of Porphyry. Appraising and Examining the Art of Ersatz in Pre- and Early Modern Times
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Goldsmiths and Chymists: The Activity of Artisans within Alchemical Circles
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Good Doctors: A Story of Governing and Knowing from Medieval to Modern Europe
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Greek Middle Class Women and the Transmission of Knowledge at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
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Guji as Artefact and Category in Chinese Local Gazetteers
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"Health, Vigor, and Vitality within Reach of All": Radium Emanations and Male Sexual Debilities in Twentieth-Century America
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Hand Mnemonics and Counting Skills: Reducing Uncertainty through Fate Computation
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Harmonies at Work: Musical Instruments and the Transfer of Knowledge in Early Acoustics
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Heat and Cold in Observation and Explanation of Natural Philosophers and Scientists
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Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches
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Heuristical Strategies: In Pursuit of Quasars
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Hidden Ears: Wiretapping, Eavesdropping, and Analyzing Sonic Information, 1960s–the present
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Hidden Reserves of Productivity in Socialist Planning: From Historical Consciousness to Science and Expertise
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Hieronymus Brunschwig and the Making of Vernacular Medical Knowledge in Early Modern Europe
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High Performance in Elite Sports: A Cultural History of Medicine, Psychology, and Society during the Weimar Republic and Nazism
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Historical Epistemology of Hearing, 1850-2000
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Historical Research at the Imperial Academy of Science in Vienna: Programs and Procedures between 1847 and 1902
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Historical Sources and Contexts of Anthropocene Thinking
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Historical Styles of Experimentation and Observation: Historia Experimentalis
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Historicized Innovation: Knowledge Tradition and its Encounter with the New
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Historicizing Big Data
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Historicizing Global Mental Health: Psychiatric Epidemiology as a Case Study of the Circulation of Knowledge post 1945
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Historicizing the Applied Humanities
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Historicizing the Technoscientific Turn of Reproduction in the Twentieth Century
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Histories of Energy Resource Conservation: from Paradox to Policy
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Histories of Planning
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History and Anthropology of Premature Babies' Care in Post-WWII France
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History and Epistemology of the (Paleo-)Climate Sciences
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History and Foundations of Quantum Field Theory
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History and Philosophy of Traceability
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History and Representation of Skin in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century France
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History of Bureaucratic Knowledge
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History of Linguistics, Philosophy of Language, and Forms of Life
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History of Mathematics and Science in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries in Germany
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History of Medicine, History of Material Culture, History of Technology
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History of Modern Surgery
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History of Scientific Objectivity in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
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History of Scientific Observation
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History of Statistics at the Berlin University and the Berlin School of Economics (Handels-Hochschule), from 1860 until 1960
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Hormones of Life: Endocrinology, the Pharmaceutical Industry and the Dream of a Remedy for Sterility, 1930–1970
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Households of Knowledge: Reshaping the Scholarly Habitus, 1300–1600
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Housewifery Skills, Paper Technologies, and Labor Division in Nineteenth-Century Census Compilation
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How Did a Centaur Get to Early Modern London? Observation and Reading in the European Study of Nature, ca. 1550–1750
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How Our Days Became Numbered: Risk and the Statistical Individual in the United States, 1873–1935
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How Reason Became Rationality
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How Ritual Use Affects the Codification of the Canon: The Conception of Mantradevatā as a Classificatory System of the Vedas
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How Surveys Expressed the USA: A Study of Government Statistics during the Interwar Period
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How to Make Microbes Travel. Bacteriological Knowledge Transfer to and within Poland, 1885-1939
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How to Read the Alchemical Corpus: Michael Maier’s Atalanta fugiens (1617/18)
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How-To Optics in Books of Secrets
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Human Conflicts, Local Resources, and the Adaptive Cycle: Sustainability in Late Imperial China
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Hume and the Ideology of the Scientific Revolution
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I. Global Perspectives of Knowledge
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I. Science, History of Science, and Modernity
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Iberian Engineering and History of Science during the Cold War: Ruptures and Continuities between Fascist and Democratic Regimes
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Identification Practices and Techniques—The Invention of Biometry in the Nineteenth Century
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II. The Long-term Evolution of Mechanical Knowledge
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II. The Sciences of the Archive
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III. Gender Studies of Science
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III. Rethinking Basic Science
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Illuminating the "Elusive": Organic Colorants in Northern European Illuminations
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Image Objects: Visual Simulation as a Cultural Technique
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Images Made by Contagion. The Wax Moulage as Dermatological Image
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Imagined Disasters: Thinking Globally in the Early Enlightenment
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Imagining Natural History
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Imperial Insects: Entomology and Empire in British India
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Imperial Systematization of the Past: Textual Practices and Canon Formation at the Byzantine Court
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Indian Doctors and Early Modern Science in the Atlantic World
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Indo-Pacific Beads
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Industrializing Paths to Adulthood: Training Children, Imagining Technological Adulthoods
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Inimitable Sources: Rhetoric and Canonical Texts (Homer, the Qur’an and the Bible)
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Innovation and Prediction as Practice in a Dryland Region of India
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Innovations in Indian Mathematical Astronomy
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Insects as a Global Commodity: Collecting Specimens in Early 20th-century Taiwan
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Inside Lomazzo: Appropriation and Transmission of Pictorial Knowledge in Sixteenth-Century Milan
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Instituting Anthropology: The Circulation of Scientists and Ethnographic Materials Between North America, Germany, and Austria, 1883–1933
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Interaction and Divergence of Ceramic Technology
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Interactive Tools and Publications
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Interdisciplinary Aspects of Planning in Medieval and Early Modern European Technology
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International Food Safety Standards 1955–1975
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International History of the Atomic Monopoly
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Interpretation of the Cambridge Cockpit Experiments
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Introspection in Victorian Political Economy
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Iron Curtain, Iron Lungs: Polio Epidemics in Cold War Hungary, 1952–63
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Islamic Scientific Manuscripts Initiative (ISMI)
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Itineraries of Materials, Recipes, Techniques, and Knowledge Across Eurasia, 750–1800
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IV. Between the Natural and the Human Sciences
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IV. Knowledge in and of the Anthropocene
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Jean Senebier (1742–1809) and the Eighteenth-century Ars observandi
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Johann Buxtorf Makes A Notebook
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Joshua Reynolds’ "Nice Chymistry"
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Kepler/Copernicus
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Knife and Saw: Dichotomies of Design and Knowledge (c.1400–1600)
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Knowing and Being Known: Hay Fever and the Fieldwork of Medical Knowledge 1897–1968
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Knowledge and Development. Technology and Science in the Postcolonial Culture of Development
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Knowledge in the Making. Drawing and Writing as Research Techniques
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Knowledge in Transit
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Knowledge Networks in Early Modern Holland: The Case of Ernst Brinck (1582-1649)
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Knowledge on the Move: Scientific Encounters in the Muslim and Christian Worlds, 500–1500
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Knowledge Production in the Human Sciences: (In)visible Labour
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Knowledge Transmission
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Knowledge, Environment, and Field Work in the American West
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Kunst, Fantasia and Ingenium: Printed Artists’ Manuals and the Shaping of Artistic Education in Northern Europe
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La Falsa Alchimia de la Quale Tanta Stima già ne Feci: Lomazzo’s Thought on Alchemy
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Laboratories of Art
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Laboratory Landscapes. The Alps as a Medium of Physiology around 1900
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Landscapes of Experimentation. Heredity Research in Early Twentieth-Century Germany
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Late Imperial Chinese Theories on the Origins of Language
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Legal History, History of Criminology and History of Psychiatry
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Listening and the Shaping of Work Performance in the Twentieth Century
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Listening below the Surface: A Sonic Epistemology of Cold War Oceanography
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Listening to Nature: Standardized Soundscapes and Imagined Ecologies, 1900–2000
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Listening to the Domestic Music Machine: The Keyboard Arrangement in the Nineteenth Century
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Local Gazetteers
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Local Gazetteers in Republican China: Spatial Order Continuity and the Modern–Traditional Divide
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Machineries of Data Power: Manual Versus Mechanical Census Compilation in Nineteenth-Century Europe
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Machines of Memory. The Archival Technologies and the Genealogy of Datapower (17th- 20th Century)
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Magic Pragmatism. Inner Observation and the Quest for Inner Perfection
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Making Sense of Suetonius in Twelfth Century England
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Making the Emperor Work: Producing and Ensuring Health in the Qing Court
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Making the Qing Palace Machine Work
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Making Useful Knowledge: British Naturalists in Colonial India, 1784–1820
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Malleable Anatomies
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Management System and Technique in Royal Textile Factories in Qing China
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Managing Heat, Gases, and Steam in Everyday Life: Urban Micro Inventions in Enlightened Europe
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Manchu and the Study of Language in China
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Mapping Drugs across Epistemic and Geographic Domains in Early Medieval China
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Mapping Epidemics: Public Health, and Scientific Practice in North African Port Cities, 1750–1950
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Mapping the Field of Vision. From Experimental Investigations of Reading to Pattern Recognition, 1860–1960
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Maryādām Ullaṅghya: The Boundaries of Interpretation in Early Modern India
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Masaccio's Elements of Painting: Geometrical Practice in the Trinity Fresco
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Material and Temporal Powers at the Casino San Marco (1574–1621)
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Material Practices: Earth in the Making
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Materiality and Metamorphosis: Stucco in the Architecture and Decoration of Early Modern Europe
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Materials in the History of Science and Technology (1700–1850)
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Mathematical Models and Scientific Practice, 1830–1914
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Mathematical Practices in Early Modern India
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Meaningful Scribbles. Children’s Drawings as Psychological Instruments, 1880–1950
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Media and Methods of Practical Knowledge Transmission: Craftsmanship and the Qing Court
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Medical Demography in Colonial Central Africa. Measuring and Negotiating Health, Reproduction and Difference, 1918–45.
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Medical Jurisprudence and Unsoundness of Mind in Anglo-American Law
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Medical Knowledge and the Circulation of Islamic Texts in China, Seventeenth–Nineteenth Centuries
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Medical Practice in Twelfth Century China
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Medicalization at the Intersection of the History of Psychology and the History of Education
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Medieval Astronomical Diagrams
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Meeting Halfway: The Tibetan Encounter with European Science Through the Qing Courts, 1644–1911
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Membranous Things: An Archeology of the Nerve Cell, 1920–60
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Men, Women, and the Posthumous Papers of Seventeenth-Century Naturalists
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Metaphor and Metaphysic: Henri Bergson’s Dream of Motion in Fin-de-Siècle France
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Metaphysics for an Enlightened Age: Condillac and the Practice of 18th-Century Philosophy
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Methods Intensive
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Micropolitics of Difference: Soviet/Russian Biomedical Sciences from the Atomic Age to Genomics
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Minds, Bodies, and Worlds: Philosophy Beyond Empiricism in Vasubandhu’s Twenty Verses
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Mineral Coal and the Transformation of Energy Systems
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Mining the Sky: British Bird Observatories and Radar Ornithology, 1935-1965
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Modeling Data and Analyzing Diffusion Using Early Modern Cosmological Treatises
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Modeling, Casting, Conserving, and Experimenting—Different Uses of Wax in Early Modern Artisanal and Anatomical Practices (ca. 1500–1700)
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Models and the Middle Way
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Monumentalized or Marginalized, Writings about Technology in Chinese History: A Database
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Moral Entanglements: The Emergence and Transformation of Bird Conservation in Britain and Germany, 1790–2010
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Moving Bodies on Paper: The Choreography of Twentieth Century Life
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Moving Crops and the Scale of History
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Müller’s Lab: A Multi-Perspective Approach to the History of Science
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Multimedia and the History of Science/Sound of Silk Film Project
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Music and the Limits of Psychology, 1910–1960
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Music, Mathematics and Experimental Science
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Mutations and Mutagens. Biological and Risky Things in the Analytics of Biopolitics
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Mutatis Mutandis: The Shifting Meaning of Mutation
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Names and Numbers: Classical Natural History and Its Archives, 1758–1859
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Narratives of Isolation. Studies of Human Variation Between the Paradigms of “Race” and “Population”
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Natural Disasters in Ming-Qing Gazetteers: Maize and Ecological Environment in Ming-Qing Dynasties
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Natural History and History Painting in Rubens’ Animals
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Natural Law and Laws of Nature
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Natural Philosophy in Medieval Muslim Polemics
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Natural Philosophy in the Renaissance: Bernardino Telesio
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Natural Selection in the Lab: Background Knowledge and Its Role in Evolution of Experimental Systems
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Nature, Technology, and Daily Life in a Wartime Borderland
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Nature’s Imprint: Botanical Illustration between Northern Europe and the New World (1550–1750)
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Networks and Knowledge of Glass in the Dutch Republic, 1650–1795
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Networks, Network Science, and Knowledge Graphs
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Neuromythology: A Pamphlet against the Interpretative Authority of Brain Research
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Neurophilosophers, Neuroscientists, and the Dreaming Brain
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New Discoveries: More Colors
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Nietzsche’s Tuning Fork
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Northern-European Institutions of Science, Scholarly Networks of Knowledge Transfer in the Early Modern Period
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Notebooks, Natural Knowledge, and the Scribal Foundations of Gender
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Nutritional Filth: Agricultural Uses of Animal Waste in Late Imperial China
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Objects of Knowledge or: The Shape of Time—Astronomical Table Clocks in Southern German Cities, 1510–1650
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Obscurity as Textual Practice
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Observer and Observed in Soviet State Design Institutes 1960s–90s
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Observing and Making The Effects of Pollution Explicit
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Observing the Listener: Journalists and the Construction of Typologies in the Concert Hall
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Of Field and Forest: Aesthetics and the Nonhuman on Hampstead Heath
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Of Social Landscapes and Political Images. Visual Cultures of Anatomy in Vienna, Global Networks and Medico Anatomical Artefacts as Media of Exchange
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Of Telescopes and Footprints—Indicators, Statistical Observation, and Political Perception
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Off the Rez: How Indigenous Bodies Became “Big Data”
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Olaus Magnus and the Epistemologies of the Renaissance
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On the Genealogy of Mescaline (1887–1919)
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On the History of Cloning. A Comparative Analysis of Life Sciences in Germany since 1950
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One Medicine? Investigating Human and Animal Disease
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Ontogeny of the Will and the Sciences of Child Development in Germany, 1750–1870
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Open Access to Publications, Sources, and Research Data
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Opening up Data for Re-use: Semantic Modeling and Sustainability
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Origin and Development of Quantum Cryptography
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Out of the Cabinet of Curiosities: Knowing Animals in the World
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Overcoming the Division of Labor in Global Tectonics: Eduard Suess‘ The Face of the Earth
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Overland to Lobito Bay: The 1925 Scientific Expedition of Dorothea Bleek and Mary Pocock
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Padded Sounds: The Latent Aurality of Anechoic Chambers
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Painted Gems. Portrait Miniature Painting and Seventeenth-Century Color Theory
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Paper Cures: Managing Knowledge and Health in the Early Modern Household
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Paper Weights. August Boeckh's Metrology and the Transformation of the Economic Archive
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Papering Over the Gendered Body: Clelia Mosher, the Posture Sciences, and the Schematograph
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Papier-maché: The Materiality of Anatomical Models and the Gendering of Model Users During the Nineteenth Century
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Pascual Jordan: Science and Politics in Three Germanies
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Patent Classification and Scientific Taxonomies: Law as a Space of History of Science?
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Peat Bogs as Biological Archives: Lennart von Post and the Development of Pollen Statistics during World War I
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Perceptual Illusions and their Role in Epistemology
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Perfecting the Arts in Eighteenth-Century Paris: Craft Knowledge and the Sciences at the Societé des Arts.
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Performing Brains on Screen
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Perspectiva in the Writings of Albrecht Dürer and his Followers
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Perspectiva+
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Perspective as Practice
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Perspective on Stage. Optical Knowledge and Theatrical Scenery in the Dresden Court of the Seventeenth Century
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Perspective on Stage. Theatrical Sceneries and Aristocratic Leisure in Early Modern Courts
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Perspective, Stonecutting, and Cartography in Sixteenth-Century Spain: the Schemes of Hernán Ruiz
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Perspectives on the Technosphere
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Philology as a Way of Knowing
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Philosophy of Psychology: Psyche and Nous, Life, and Mind
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Photography and Astronomy
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Physical Transformation of Dar es Salaam and Emerging Discourses of Urban Development and Environments
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Physics c. 1900
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Picturing as Practice: Placing a Square above a Square in the Central Middle Ages
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Picturing Number: Visualizing Quadrivial Concepts in the Central Middle Ages
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Picturing the Inaccessible: Gazing under the Earth’s Surface (Eighteenth to Twentieth Century)
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Pietro Testa’s Alexander the Great Saved from the River Cydnus
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Planning a Colonial Cultural Economy: Arts and Crafts in the Belgian Congo (1930–1960)
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Planning for Persistent Environmental Contamination: Public Health, Indigenous Traditional Knowledge, and Technoscience in Canada
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Planning Plants: Growing and Organizing Lotus in Qing Imperial Spaces
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Planning the Mathematization of an Economy: Leontief's Inter-industry Input-Output Analysis and its Global Circulation
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Playing God: Testing and Reproducing Blood Miracles in Eighteenth-Century Europe
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Playing God: Testing and Reproducing Blood Miracles in Eighteenth-Century Europe
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Poe's American Experiments
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Poison Antidotes and Panaceas in Early Modern Europe
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Post-Independence Indian Planning
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Practical Knowledge Traditions and Scientific Change, 1750–1870
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Practicalities in “Practical Studies” in Nineteenth-Century Korea Thinking Social and Technological Innovation through Papermaking
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Practices and Paths of Rationality in Eighteenth-century Naples
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Practices of Natural History in the Eighteenth Century
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Practices of Observation of Early Modern Physicians
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Pragmatism and the Life Sciences. The Emergence of an Evolutionary Philosophy
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Pratolino: The History of Science in a Garden
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Prepositional Bodies
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Preserving the Forgotten—William Henry Fox Talbot, Photography, and the Antique
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Pressure on Plants. Herb Impressions as Epistemic Images on the Cusp of the Early Modern Period
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Print Seriality and Epistemologies of Search during the Nineteenth Century
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Privileged Knowledge: The Politics of Print in the Early Dutch Republic
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Promoting Techniques in Confucian Statecraft: Pak Chega’s “Technology Policy” in Late Eighteenth-Century Korea
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Propagation of the Soul—Inheritance of Sin
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Proteins and Fibers: Scaffolding History with Molecular Signatures
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Protomodern Observers and the Camera Lucida 1806–50
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Ptolemy’s Astronomy
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Ptolemy’s Geography
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Pursuit of Interdisciplinarity in the German Neuromorphological Sciences, 1910–1945
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“Purely Swiss” Vitamin C: The Cultural History of a Sociotechnical Project (1933–1953)
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Qian Daxin and the Philological Revolution in Eighteenth-Century China
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Quadrupels as Central Concepts for Encoding Context and Data
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Quantum Correlations and Joint Causes
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Race and Progress: Towards an Epistemological History of the Race Concept
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Radiation, Science, and Spiritualism in Early Twentieth-Century Japan
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Radiation. Policy and Biology of Governmentally Important Substances
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Radio Archiving and the Sources of History
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Radio-Activities: The Architecture of Broadcasting in Cold War Berlin
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Radium and the Secret of Life
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Raising the Standard of Living. History of a Concept, ca. 1750–1900
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Rationality in Psychology and Philosophical Naturalism
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Rationalization of Universal History
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Rationalizing Listening: Musicology, Emotions, and the Concert Hall, 1900-1930
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Reading in Tones: The Emergence of Cultural Acoustics, ca. 1750–1800
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Reading Rivière in Early Modern England
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Recipes and Experiential Knowledge in the Seventeenth-Century Epistemic Exchange between China and Europe
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Records of Reception: Framing Knowledge on Asian Art in Early Modern Inventories
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Red and White, Black, and Yellow. Colors of Beauty and Cosmetics Materials in Early Modern English Culture
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Reformist Objects: Gender, Knowledge, and Politics in Spain (1787–1808)
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Refutata per ignem: The Evidence for the Use of Thermal Analysis in Seventeenth-century European Ceramic Innovation
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Regularity Theory of Causation
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Regulating "Regulations and Precedents" (zeli): Framing the Shape and Change of Technological Knowledge at the Qing Court
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Reliable Books: Islamic Law, Canonization, and Manuscripts in the Ottoman Empire (Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries)
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Religion, Technology, and the Arts in the Early Modern Period
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Renaissance Pharmacy, Testing, and the Language of Truth
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Renaissance Planetary Horology
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Representation and the Production of Knowledge in Molecular Evolution
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Reproduction in Biology. Configurations between Science and Culture, 1900–2000
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Research Websites as Research Data
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Researching Radio: Sound Archives and Discipline Formation, 1930–1945
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Rewriting Women’s Bodies in Medieval Medical Epistemology
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Rival Theories of Aerofoil, 1904–26
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Role of Craftsmen and Artisans in the Natural Historical Collections of Sixteenth-Century Venice
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Ruled and Ordered: Codifying Knowledge of Interior Decoration for the Qing Palaces
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Rules: A Short History of What We Live By
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"Siben Farben unnd Künsten frey." The Place of Color in Martin Schaffner's Universe Table
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Samuel Quiccheberg and the Prudent Kunstkammer
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Scale and Scope
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Scandalous Subjects: Island Lives and Demographic Anxieties from Race to Development in Melanesia
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Scholarly Networks in the Islamic World between the Eighth and Thirteenth Centuries
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School Library Book Collections in Ming, Qing, and Republican China
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Science and Policy in a World of Carcinogens
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Science and Technology in Italian Postwar Cultural Journals
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Science and the Changing Sense of Reality, 1870–1920
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Science and the Cultural Cold War: Thinking Science on the Opposite Sides of the Iron Curtain
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Science and the Senses: Experience and Observation in Medieval Europe
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Science and Theories of Knowledge until the Mid-twentieth Century
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Science Goes to the Archives
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Science, Gender, Internationalism: A Transnational History of Female Academic Networking, 1917–1955
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Sciences of the Human Language since World War II
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Scientific Agriculture and Knowledge Exchange In the Global South: Mexican Wheat Seeds in India, 1961–1991
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Scientific and Technological Expertise in Industrial Europe
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Scientific Discoveries
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Scientific Exchange in Mongol Eurasia: Astronomers and Physicians in the Mongol Empire
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Scientific Observation as a Tool for Conservative Social Reform
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Scientific Observation in Medieval Europe
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Scientific Relationship between Germany and Spain: Science, Technological Transfer, and International Policy in the Twentieth Century
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Scientific Standards and Ideological Preferences in Historical Writing: Their Relationship and Conflict
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Scribal Scholars: The Manuscript Economy of Overseas Natural History in France, 1660-1760
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Scriptural Exegesis as an Episteme: The Case of Early Indian Buddhist Yogacara Hermeneutics
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Seas of Fire—Earthquakes, Disasters, and Japan in the Twentieth Century
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Secretsharers: Intersecting Systems of Knowledge and Ethnographic Encounters in the American Southwest, 1880–1930
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Seeing Structure, Structuring Sight: Bénard’s Cells and the Visualization of Self-Organization
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Seizing the Intangible: Gestures as Objects of the Human Sciences in the Long Nineteenth Century
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Self Experimentation: Crossing the Borders Between Science, Art, and Philosophy, 1840–1920
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Sensing Data: Rethinking Embodied Knowledge
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Separation of Linguistics and Philology, 1910–45: Identity, Formation and Practices of Discipline
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Serpents and Empire: Moral Encounters with Natural History, c. 1780–1870
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Shaping a Family Practice in Twentieth-Century Rural America
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Shaping Chaos. Otto Rössler’s Drawings
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Shards and Money: Managing Quantities, Qualities, and Finances in Ming-Qing Imperial Porcelain Production
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Sibling Action: The Genealogical Structure of Modernity
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Sight, Description, and Knowledge in Imagines of the Elder Philostratus
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Signal, Symbol, Measure, Model
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Sixteenth-Century Ocular Anatomy and the Anatomical Theater
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Social Concepts and Methods in Epistemology around 1930: Edgar Zilsel’s Socio-Historical Approach to Epistemology and his Concept of Science as an “Infinite Process”
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Social Data in the Interwar Period
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Social Science for a New World: Paul F. Lazarsfeld and the Bureau of Applied Social Research
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Solomon’s Temple Models as Scientific Objects
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Sonifying Space: A History of the Science of Background Music
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Sound & Science: Digital Histories
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Sound and the Legal Imagination
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Sound Modernities: Architecture, Media, and Design
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Sound Science: Recording and Listening in the Biology of Bird Song
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Space, Performance, and the Body in German Architecture, 1870–1914
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Spaces of Exchange of Objects and Knowledge
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Spatial Analysis of Historical Private Libraries in China, 960-1945
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Spatio-Temporal Analysis using Data Visualization
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Stimulating Images. Albert Michotte’s Experimental Phenomenology of Perception
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Strangelovean Sciences
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Strategies of Visualization in German Archeology, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
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String Figures and Sand Drawings from Vanuatu: A Comparative Study of Mathematical Practices
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Strokes and Expressions: The History of Graphological Knowledge (1750–1950)
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Structural Analysis and Style Observation of Chinese Local Gazetteers
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Structural Mathematical Change in Musical Thought in the Early Modern Period
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Styles of Observation and Experience in Renaissance Aristotelianism
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Styles of Science Communication. German-American Transfer Histories, 1945–84
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Subterranean Economies: Resource Flows and Metal Culture in Early Modern Mining
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Subterranean Economies—Resource Flows and Metal Culture in Early Modern Mining, 1490–1630
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Survey Blanks, Economized Reproduction, and the Gendered Work of Population
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Surveying Nature in Central America, 1770–1840
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Synchronizing Sounded Communities: Acoustical Practices in the Minute’s Silence and Early Radio Theory
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Synthetic Biology: Engineering Life in the Test Tube
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Systems, Tools, and Artifacts: Technology Transmission in Premodern China
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“Science and World Order”: Uses of Science in Plans for International Government, 1899-1950
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"The Myth of Greek Algebra": Philology and the Discovery of the Calculus, 1580–1710
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"The Science of Prophecy?" The Role of Paleo-Disciplines in the Face of Anthropogenic Change, 1916–2015
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Taking “Nature’s Path” in Eighteenth-Century Britain
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Talbot's Tools: Scientific Notebooks as a Laboratory of Victorian Scholarship
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Tears in Time: The Archival Imaginary of Post-War French Cinema
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Technoscience avant la lettre
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Tentative Transgressions. Gaston Bachelard's Experimental Epistemology
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Testing Drugs and Trying Cures in Premodern Europe
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Testing Drugs for Monopoly Privileges and Military Contracts in Early 18th-Century France
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Testing Hearing: Science, Art, Industry
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The "Birth" of Biopower in Eighteenth-Century Germany
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The Académie Royale des Sciences and the Evaluation of Mineral Waters in France, 1666–1778
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The Adolescent Daydreamer: Experimental Investigations of Inner Experience from Late-Nineteenth Century Psychology to Twenty-First Century Cognitive Neuroscience
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The Americas' Mighty Skeletons, 1800–1850
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The Anthropocene Discourse as a Historical Narrative
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The Anthropocene Project
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The Anthropological Concept of Culture in the Context of Evolutionary Debates
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The Art of Judgement
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The Art of Observation in the Early Modern Print (1500–1700)
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The Arts of Memory
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The Arts of the Microbial World: Biosynthetic Technologies in Twentieth-Century Japan
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The Authority, Methods and Functions of Popular Science in the System of Sciences: Wilhelm Bölsche and Sexology
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The Berlin Jewish Salon as an “Informal Academy” and Place for Emancipation?
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The Bibliophile Qi Chenghan: Book Consumption and Commercialization in Late Ming China
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The Biological Categorization of El Indígena Mexicano during the first half of the 20th Century
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The Birth of Gender: Medicine and the Transformation of Sex in the 1950s
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The Body of Animals
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The Canon under Threat: Archaeological Finds between the Middle East and Europe
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The Cerebral Subject: Brain, Self, and Body in Contemporary Culture
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The Circulation of Invention: Roger Bacon’s Theory of Technology in Early Modern Europe
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The City as Nature: An Intellectual History of the City in Middle-Period China, 800–1150
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The Collecting and Study of Antiquities in Peru and Chile, 1830s-1910s
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The Company’s Serpents: The East India Company Museum and Scientific Practice in Nineteenth-Century Britain
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The Constitution of Paleobiological