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Hannah Nicole Patton
A Culture of Control: Progressive Era Eugenics in South Carolina as a Continuation of Created White Supremacy. (/isis/citation/CBB101167558/)
Allison Marsh; Bethany Johnson
Crash Course History of Science: Popular Science for General Education?. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 588-594). (/isis/citation/CBB992367563/)
Women’s Writing and The Poetics of Scientific Knowledge, 1620-1740. (/isis/citation/CBB067590891/)
Patrice R. Green
For the Common Man: An Analysis of the United States Space and Rocket Center. (/isis/citation/CBB930817598/)
Burke Hood Dial
Constructing Scientific Knowledge: The Understanding of the Slow Virus, 1898-1976. (/isis/citation/CBB214864546/)
M. Sadegh Foghani
Ayatollahs and Embryos: Science, Politics, and Religion in Post-Revolutionary Iran. (/isis/citation/CBB063043602/)
Odor and Power in the Americas: Olfactory Consciousness from Columbus to Emancipation. (/isis/citation/CBB345277110/)
James Russell Risk
Lamps, Maps, Mud-Machines, and Signal Flags: Science, Technology, and Commerce in the Early United States. (/isis/citation/CBB255280737/)
Katherine Nicole Crosby
Forgotten Science of Bird Eggs: The Life Cycle of Oology at the Smithsonian Institution. (/isis/citation/CBB131957272/)
Driggers, Edward Allen, Jr.
Boundary Stones: Morbid Concretions and the Chemistry of Early Nineteenth Century Medicine. (/isis/citation/CBB024596276/)
Timothy K. Minella
Knowing in America: The Enlightenment, Science, and the Early Republic. (/isis/citation/CBB931650350/)
Higgins, John Robert
Fossil Poetry, the Birth of Geology, and the Romantic Imagination, 1790--1860. (/isis/citation/CBB001567320/)
Nichols, Marcia D.
The Man-Midwife's Tale: Re-Reading Male-Authored Midwifery Guides in Britain and America, 1750--1820. (/isis/citation/CBB001567182/)
Brown, David S.
Pathways to Power: Physicians in Charleston, South Carolina, 1790--1860. (/isis/citation/CBB001561127/)
Longitude by Wire: Finding North America. (/isis/citation/CBB000951722/)
Patient Tales: Case Histories and the Uses of Narrative in Psychiatry. (/isis/citation/CBB001232238/)
Marrs, Aaron Wagner
The Iron Horse Turns South: A History of Antebellum Southern Railroads. (/isis/citation/CBB001561498/)
Meloncon, Lisa K.
Rhetoric, Remedies, Regimens: Popular Science in Early Modern England. (/isis/citation/CBB001560767/)
Mayer, Mark G.
Power for the People? The John H. Kerr Dam and Federal Hydropower Policy in the Southeast. (/isis/citation/CBB001562069/)
Seiler, Lars Winfried
The Development of an Anti-Opium Ideology in Late Nineteenth Century America. (/isis/citation/CBB001562064/)