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Article Luis Reyes-Galindo (2023)
Values and vendettas: Populist science governance in Mexico. Social Studies of Science (pp. 213-241). (/isis/citation/CBB304941499/) unapi

Article Christiane Berth (2023)
Interrupted Conversations: Gender and Telephone Use in Mexico, 1930s–70s. Technology and Culture (pp. 124-148). (/isis/citation/CBB406028924/) unapi

Article Diana J. Montaño (2023)
Missionaries of Light and Progress in Mexico: Engineers and Technological Pilgrims Craft Necaxa Falls, 1890s–1914. Technology and Culture (pp. 677-705). (/isis/citation/CBB704968846/) unapi

Article Lina-Maria Murillo (2023)
A View from Northern Mexico: Abortions before Roe v. Wade. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 30-38). (/isis/citation/CBB204282533/) unapi

Article Paloma Sanchez; María Eugenia Sanchez (2022)
Social design, whitening and epistemicide: a Mexican case. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. (/isis/citation/CBB639763874/) unapi

Article Abril Saldaña-Tejeda; Xyoli Pérez-Campos; Elizabeth Reddy (2022)
Seismic noise to public health signal: investigating the effects of pandemic guidance in Mexico. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. (/isis/citation/CBB608117334/) unapi

Article William J. Schuster; Antolin Cordova; Marco Arturo Moreno Corral; et al. (2022)
The stellar photometers of Harold L. Johnson, and the first years of the Mexican National Astronomical Observatory at San Pedro Mártir. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 721-736). (/isis/citation/CBB007911045/) unapi

Article Ana Barahona (2022)
Games and genes: human diversity meets cytogenetics—Mexico 1968. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 56). (/isis/citation/CBB083369816/) unapi

Article Gabriela Soto Laveaga (2022)
Rogue Seeds in Disturbed Fields. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 618-624). (/isis/citation/CBB467097261/) unapi

Article Jahzeel Aguilera Lara (2022)
Conservation policies, scientific research and the production of Lake Pátzcuaro's naturecultures in Postrevolutionary México (1920–1940). Journal of Historical Geography (pp. 1-12). (/isis/citation/CBB680167094/) unapi

Article Germán Vergara; Alberto Lafón (2022)
Living on the Edge: A Transnational Perspective on the Mexican Wolf and Its Near-Extinction. Environmental History (pp. 314-319). (/isis/citation/CBB404801613/) unapi

Book Helen Anne Curry (2022)
Endangered Maize: Industrial Agriculture and the Crisis of Extinction. (/isis/citation/CBB577676778/) unapi

Article Aurora Gómez Galvarriato; Gabriela Recio Cavazos (2022)
Mexico's Business and Entrepreneurship in the Era of Nationalism. Business History Review (pp. 289-324). (/isis/citation/CBB933822669/) unapi

Book J. Justin Castro; James A. Garza (2022)
Technocratic Visions: Engineers, Technology, and Society in Mexico. (/isis/citation/CBB524423162/) unapi

Article Ana Barahona (2022)
Radiation Risk in Cold War Mexico: Local and Global Networks. NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin (pp. 245-270). (/isis/citation/CBB273213732/) unapi

Book Ron E. Hassner (2022)
Anatomy of Torture. (/isis/citation/CBB586193994/) unapi

Chapter Paul R. Merchant (2022)
Venice and the "New World". In: Venice and the Anthropocene: An Ecocritical Guide (pp. 33-36). (/isis/citation/CBB659131310/) unapi

Book Helen Anne Curry (2022)
Endangered Maize: Industrial Agriculture and the Crisis of Extinction. (/isis/citation/CBB812650669/) unapi

Thesis Steven Blake Server (2022)
A Test of Conscience: Navigating Mexico's Servicio Médico-Social (1935–1940). (/isis/citation/CBB841369107/) unapi

Article Adriana Minor (2021)
Atoms in the campus: Van de Graaff accelerators and the making of two major Latin American universities in 1950s Brazil and Mexico. Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 504-530). (/isis/citation/CBB827565583/) unapi


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