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Natural history

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Book Ole Peter Grell (2022)
The World of Worm: Physician, Professor, Antiquarian, and Collector, 1588-1654. (/isis/citation/CBB273767138/) unapi

Article Geoff Bil (2022)
Tangled compositions: Botany, agency, and authorship aboard HMS Endeavour. History of Science (pp. 183-210). (/isis/citation/CBB539711921/) unapi

Article Luke Sunderland (2022)
The Restless Orders of Nature: Multispecies Classification in Jean Corbechon's Livre des propriétés des choses. Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (pp. 253-284). (/isis/citation/CBB407006412/) unapi

Article Stephen Leach; Hugh S. Torrens (2022)
George Perry (1771–1823): architect and naturalist. Archives of Natural History (pp. 117-129). (/isis/citation/CBB130740082/) unapi

Article Peter J. Bowler (2022)
Natural history and the Raj: Popular wildlife literature for readers in Britain and the British Empire in India (1858–1947). Archives of Natural History (pp. 189-203). (/isis/citation/CBB749190766/) unapi

Article Stephen Leach; Hugh S. Torrens (2022)
George Perry (c.1718–1771): industrialist, cartographer and naturalist. Archives of Natural History (pp. 102-116). (/isis/citation/CBB371074152/) unapi

Article John Block Friedman (2022)
A bonnacon’s defensive tactics in medieval natural history. Archives of Natural History (pp. 12-26). (/isis/citation/CBB325187938/) unapi

Article Wendy McGlashan (2022)
John Kay’s The craft in danger (1817): Graphic satire and natural history in nineteenth-century Edinburgh. Archives of Natural History (pp. 175-188). (/isis/citation/CBB917614120/) unapi

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A “Physiogony” of the Heavens: Kant’s Early View of Universal Natural History. HOPOS (pp. 261-285). (/isis/citation/CBB660584496/) unapi

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From the state of nature to the state of ruins: ‘American race’ and ‘savage knowledge’ according to Carl von Martius. Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 40-59). (/isis/citation/CBB843335685/) unapi

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Metodo terapeutico: Libri III-IV. (/isis/citation/CBB981679824/) unapi

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Crossing the Water: The Venice Lagoon from Antiquity throughout the centuries. (/isis/citation/CBB554676689/) unapi

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Fruitful collaborations: the Taylor White project in the Blacker Wood Natural History Collection. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 643-656). (/isis/citation/CBB828448646/) unapi

Article Emilienne Greenfield (2021)
The practice of note-taking in Taylor White's natural history collection. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 559-579). (/isis/citation/CBB458584651/) unapi

Article Victoria Dickenson; Jennifer Garland (2021)
Taylor White's ‘paper museum’. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 599-626). (/isis/citation/CBB857539070/) unapi

Article Céline M. Stantina (2021)
Taylor White's ‘paper museum’ (1725–1772): understanding the scientific work of an unpublished naturalist. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 543-557). (/isis/citation/CBB995611158/) unapi

Book Stefanie Stockhorst; Jürgen Overhoff; Penelope J. Corfield (2021)
Human-Animal Interactions in the Eighteenth Century: From Pests and Predators to Pets, Poems and Philosophy. (/isis/citation/CBB446524520/) unapi

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The age of biology: When plant physiology was in the center of American life science. History of Science (pp. 492-521). (/isis/citation/CBB656427237/) unapi

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Formation-to-fall: natural history and the journey of a lesser-known genus of orchids, Monomeria. Indian Journal of History of Science (pp. 204-216). (/isis/citation/CBB872253367/) unapi

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Reimagining Dinosaurs in Late Victorian and Edwardian Literature: How the ‘Terrible Lizard' Became a Transatlantic Cultural Icon. (/isis/citation/CBB569188287/) unapi

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