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Book Christos Lynteris (2022)
Visual Plague: The Emergence of Epidemic Photography. (/isis/citation/CBB509432298/) unapi

Book Conohar Scott (2022)
Photography and Environmental Activism: Visualising the Struggle Against Industrial Pollution. (/isis/citation/CBB537949616/) unapi

Book Adria L. Imada (2022)
An Archive of Skin, An Archive of Kin: Disability and Life-Making during Medical Incarceration. (/isis/citation/CBB371333288/) unapi

Article Cindy Ott (October 2021)
Seeing History in 2-D: A Tool Kit for Interpreting Images. Technology and Culture (pp. 1199-1216). (/isis/citation/CBB351981455/) unapi

Book Rogers, Molly; David W. Blight (2021)
Delia's Tears: Race, Science, and Photography in Nineteenth-Century America. (/isis/citation/CBB133907115/) unapi

Article Tamar W. Carroll (2021)
Social Protest Photography and Public History: “Whose Streets? Our Streets!”: New York City, 1980–2000. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences (pp. 34-59). (/isis/citation/CBB636243966/) unapi

Book Jennifer K. Levasseur (2020)
Through Astronaut Eyes: Photographing Early Human Spaceflight. (/isis/citation/CBB242648107/) unapi

Article Andrew D. Evans (2020)
“Most Unusual” Beauty Contests: Nordic Photographic Competitions and the Construction of a Public for German Race Science, 1926–1935. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 284-309). (/isis/citation/CBB538668723/) unapi

Article Drew Thompson (April 2020)
"Não há Nada" ("There is Nothing"): Absent Headshots and Identity Documents in Independent Mozambique. Technology and Culture. (/isis/citation/CBB843997575/) unapi

Book Matthew C. Hunter (2020)
Painting with Fire: Sir Joshua Reynolds, Photography, and the Temporally Evolving Chemical Object. (/isis/citation/CBB956013914/) unapi

Book Nicole Dawn Strathman (2020)
Through a Native lens : American Indian photography. (/isis/citation/CBB335028160/) unapi

Article Armando Quintas; Alexandre Ramos (2020)
VISUAL MEMORIES OF THE MARBLE INDUSTRY: Using Cinema and Photography in Mining Heritage Studies. Icon: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology (pp. 96-109). (/isis/citation/CBB034579248/) unapi

Article María Jesús Santesmases (2020)
Standard Making in Cytogenetics: the Manufacture, Circulation and Reproduction of Chromosome Images. HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology (pp. 52-78). (/isis/citation/CBB062529104/) unapi

Article Kathleen Pierce (2020)
Photograph as Skin, Skin as Wax: Indexicality and the Visualisation of Syphilis in Fin-de-Siècle France (William Bynum Prize Essay). Medical History (pp. 116-141). (/isis/citation/CBB543672556/) unapi

Book Gregory J. Gbur (2019)
Falling Felines and Fundamental Physics. (/isis/citation/CBB600976363/) unapi

Article Connor Pitetti (2019)
Returning to Nature, Dwelling in the City: Ecological Imagery and Models of History in Detroit Ruin Photography. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 355-386). (/isis/citation/CBB454050976/) unapi

Article Lim, Samson (July 2019)
Photography and Forgery in Early Capitalist Siam. Technology and Culture (pp. 795-815). (/isis/citation/CBB229641226/) unapi

Book Vanessa Finney (2019)
Capturing Nature: Early Scientific Photography at the Australian Museum 1857–1893. (/isis/citation/CBB620330194/) unapi

Book Elspeth H. Brown (2019)
Work! A Queer History of Modeling. (/isis/citation/CBB887711062/) unapi

Article Liborio Dibattista (2019)
The "Staging" of Passions by Duchenne De Boulogne (1806-1875) and Jean Martin Charcot (1825-1893). Medicina nei secoli (pp. 25-48). (/isis/citation/CBB681646190/) unapi


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