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Article Catherine Gibson (2022)
Experiencing Enumeration: Local Reactions and Resistance to Censuses in Imperial Russia, 1863–81. Journal of Social History (pp. 615-646). (/isis/citation/CBB413173323/) unapi

Article Sara Honarmand Ebrahimi (2022)
Medical Missionaries and the Invention of the “Serai Hospital” in North-western British India. European Journal for the History of Medicine and Health (pp. 1-27). (/isis/citation/CBB500519781/) unapi

Article Thomas Mougey (2021)
Building UNESCO science from the “dark zone”: Joseph Needham, Empire, and the wartime reorganization of international science from China, 1942–6. History of Science (pp. 461-491). (/isis/citation/CBB359565637/) unapi

Article Kieran Fitzpatrick (2021)
The Imperial Makings of Medical Work: Peter Johnstone Freyer and the Practice of Genitourinary Medicine in Britain and the Raj, c. 1875–1921. Journal of Social History (pp. 426-452). (/isis/citation/CBB417898798/) unapi

Book Kristin Hussey (2021)
Imperial Bodies in London: Empire, Mobility, and the Making of British Medicine, 1880–1914. (/isis/citation/CBB460048744/) unapi

Book Jim Downs (2021)
Maladies of Empire: How Colonialism, Slavery, and War Transformed Medicine. (/isis/citation/CBB331206634/) unapi

Book Timothy M. Yang (2021)
A Medicated Empire: The Pharmaceutical Industry and Modern Japan. (/isis/citation/CBB110485402/) unapi

Article Pedro M. P. Raposo (2021)
The sphere and the dome: The Calouste Gulbenkian Planetarium in Lisbon and the imperial myth of the Estado Novo. History of Science (pp. 179-196). (/isis/citation/CBB462720640/) unapi

Article Kim Girouard; Susan Lamb (2021)
Scientific Medicine in the Time of Cholera: the Johns Hopkins Ethos and US Friendly Power in North China, 1919. European Journal for the History of Medicine and Health (pp. 96-127). (/isis/citation/CBB906762766/) unapi

Article Mackenzie Cooley (2021)
The Giant Remains: Mesoamerican Natural History, Medicine, and Cycles of Empire. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 45-67). (/isis/citation/CBB515132509/) unapi

Book Bruce J. Hunt (2021)
Imperial Science: Cable Telegraphy and Electrical Physics in the Victorian British Empire. (/isis/citation/CBB544275565/) unapi

Article Mark Dizon (2021)
Cartographic Ethnography: Missionary Maps of an Eighteenth-Century Spanish Imperial Frontier. Imago Mundi: A Review of Early Cartography (pp. 73-81). (/isis/citation/CBB153910744/) unapi

Thesis Siva Prashant Kumar (2021)
Colonizing Time: Caste, Colonial Rule, and the Exact Sciences in India, 1783–1874. (/isis/citation/CBB845659840/) unapi

Article Hugo Silveira Pereira (January 2021)
Railway Imperialism Revisited: The Failed Line from Macao to Guangzhou. Technology and Culture (pp. 82-104). (/isis/citation/CBB804415745/) unapi

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Plantation Botany: Slavery and the Infrastructure of Government Science in the St. Vincent Botanic Garden, 1765–1820. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 137-158). (/isis/citation/CBB785011260/) unapi

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Interplanetary Interventions: Performative Possibilities for Anti-Colonialist Visions of Mars. (/isis/citation/CBB298027979/) unapi

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From the Plant of Life to the Throat of Death: Freakish Flora and Masculine Forms in Fin de Siècle Lost World Novels. Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 481-509). (/isis/citation/CBB380386690/) unapi

Article Lynn Voskuil (2021)
Victorian Plants: Cosmopolitan and Invasive. Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 27-53). (/isis/citation/CBB599846275/) unapi

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The Strange Ecologies of Empire. Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 73-105). (/isis/citation/CBB019172597/) unapi

Article Anna Toledano (2021)
Forgotten Botany: The Politics of Knowledge within the Royal Botanical Garden of New Spain. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 228-244). (/isis/citation/CBB713557044/) unapi

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