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Article Elizabeth Grennan Browning (October 2021)
Wastelanding and Racialized Reproductive Labor: “Long Dyings” in East Chicago from Urban Renewal to Superfund Remediation. Environmental History (pp. 749-775). (/isis/citation/CBB660342726/) unapi

Article Nathan Cardon (October 2021)
Cycling on the Color Line: Race, Technology, and Bicycle Mobilities in the Early Jim Crow South, 1887–1905. Technology and Culture (pp. 973-1002). (/isis/citation/CBB141875950/) unapi

Article Colin Fisher (July 2021)
Antebellum Black Climate Science: The Medical Geography and Emancipatory Politics of James McCune Smith and Martin Delany. Environmental History (pp. 461-483). (/isis/citation/CBB023885101/) unapi

Article Nivedita Nath (April 2021)
Imperial Hunting and the Sublime: Race, Caste, and Aesthetics in the Central Himalayas. Environmental History (pp. 301-323). (/isis/citation/CBB248664697/) unapi

Thesis Lizbeth V. Jacobs (2021)
Perspectives on the Origins and Effects of Racial Ideology: Key Arguments in Contemporary Scholarship. (/isis/citation/CBB082161416/) unapi

Thesis Dawn Kaczmar (2021)
Disability and Race in British Literature, 1580-1833. (/isis/citation/CBB068831065/) unapi

Book David S. Dalton (2021)
MESTIZO MODERNITY: race, technology, and the body in post-revolutionary mexico.. (/isis/citation/CBB452401983/) unapi

Thesis Hannah Nicole Patton (2021)
A Culture of Control: Progressive Era Eugenics in South Carolina as a Continuation of Created White Supremacy. (/isis/citation/CBB101167558/) unapi

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Pushing Cool: Big Tobacco, Racial Marketing, and the Untold Story of the Menthol Cigarette. (/isis/citation/CBB653382427/) unapi

Article Jessica Wang (2020)
Agricultural expertise, race, and economic development: small producer ideology and settler colonialism in the Territory of Hawaiʻi, 1900–1917. History and Technology (pp. 310-336). (/isis/citation/CBB245206254/) unapi

Book Charles King (2020)
Gods of the Upper Air: How a Circle of Renegade Anthropologists Reinvented Race, Sex, and Gender in the Twentieth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB388348403/) unapi

Multimedia Object Dr. Elisa Prosperetti; Thomas, Lynn M. (2020)
Lynn M. Thomas, “Beneath the Surface: A Transnational History of Skin Lighteners” (Duke UP, 2020). New Books Network Podcast. (/isis/citation/CBB507391314/) unapi

Article Sarah Besky (June 2020)
Empire and indigestion: Materializing tannins in the Indian tea industry. Social Studies of Science (pp. 398-417). (/isis/citation/CBB995845297/) unapi

Article Projit Bihari Mukharji; Myrna Perez Sheldon; Elise K. Burton; et al. (2020)
A Roundtable Discussion on Collecting Demographics Data. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 310-353). (/isis/citation/CBB210917006/) unapi

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Skin Color and Phlogiston Immanuel Kant’s Racism in Context. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 16). (/isis/citation/CBB291380015/) unapi

Article Tom Quick (2020-03-18)
The Making of a New Race in the Early Twentieth Century Imperial Imaginary. Historical Journal (pp. 1-26). (/isis/citation/CBB351278938/) unapi

Article Vanessa Heggie (2020)
Introduction: Blood/Food/Climate—Physiology/Nation/Race. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 10). (/isis/citation/CBB776010686/) unapi

Book Lynn M. Thomas (2020)
Beneath the Surface: A Transnational History of Skin Lighteners. (/isis/citation/CBB648991874/) unapi

Article David Skinner (2020)
Race, Racism and Identification in the Era of Technosecurity. Science as Culture (pp. 77-99). (/isis/citation/CBB130537802/) unapi

Article Bill Jenkins (2020)
Race Before Darwin: Variation, Adaptation and the Natural History of Man in Post-Enlightenment Edinburgh, 1790–1835. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 333-350). (/isis/citation/CBB902634281/) unapi

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