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Thesis Christopher W. Howell (2021)
Designer Science: A History of Intelligent Design in America. (/isis/citation/CBB325390187/) unapi

Chapter Catherine Fillon (2020)
Le combat pour le droit: la contribution des doyens des facultés de droit françaises a la culture de guerre. (pp. 246-261). (/isis/citation/CBB789111915/) unapi

Chapter Federico Roggero (2020)
Leggi per gestire una Grande Guerra. Tra Italia ed Inghilterra. (pp. 283-326). (/isis/citation/CBB668766720/) unapi

Chapter Mario Fiorillo (2020)
La giuspubblicistica italiana innanzi alla Prima guerra mondiale. (pp. 262-282). (/isis/citation/CBB280536440/) unapi

Book Roberto Berveglieri (2020)
«Ingegnosi artificij»: Serenissima Repubblica di Venezia. Trecento anni di storia della scienza, della tecnica e dell’innovazione (1474-1788). (/isis/citation/CBB667721442/) unapi

Article Charles Dupras; Katie Michelle Saulnier; Yann Joly (October 2019)
Epigenetics, ethics, law and society: A multidisciplinary review of descriptive, instrumental, dialectical and reflexive analyses. Social Studies of Science (pp. 785-810). (/isis/citation/CBB595581322/) unapi

Article Florencia Arancibia; Renata Motta (2019)
Undone Science and Counter-Expertise: Fighting for Justice in an Argentine Community Contaminated by Pesticides. Science as Culture (pp. 277-302). (/isis/citation/CBB193478831/) unapi

Article Logan D. A. Williams; Sharlissa Moore (2019)
Guest Editorial: Conceptualizing Justice and Counter-Expertise. Science as Culture (pp. 251-276). (/isis/citation/CBB521476031/) unapi

Article Philip R. Egert; Barbara L. Allen (2019)
Knowledge Justice: An Opportunity for Counter-expertise in Security vs. Science Debates. Science as Culture (pp. 351-374). (/isis/citation/CBB135681924/) unapi

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Molecular Bureaucracy: Toxicological Information and Environmental Protection. Environmental History (pp. 534-560). (/isis/citation/CBB364814374/) unapi

Book Miranda Anderson; Michael Wheeler (2019)
Distributed Cognition in Medieval and Renaissance Culture. (/isis/citation/CBB003456293/) unapi

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Judges’ socio-technical review of contested expertise. Social Studies of Science (pp. 310-332). (/isis/citation/CBB635897203/) unapi

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Charles Stent (1807–1885) between Innovation and Business: A Dentist’s Role in the History of Dentistry and Surgery. Medicina Historica (pp. 5-9). (/isis/citation/CBB709466566/) unapi

Article Michael J. Dockry; Nancy Langston (January 2019)
Indigenous Protest and the Roots of Sustainable Forestry in Bolivia. Environmental History (pp. 52-77). (/isis/citation/CBB998291742/) unapi

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Making the Chinese Copycat: Trademarks and Recipes in Early Twentieth-Century Global Science and Capitalism. Osiris: A Research Journal Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 271-293). (/isis/citation/CBB887414849/) unapi

Article Carrie Friese; Nathalie Nuyts (July 2018)
From The Principles to the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act: A Commentary on How and Why the 3Rs Became Central to Laboratory Animal Governance in the UK. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 742-747). (/isis/citation/CBB168499269/) unapi

Article Alessandro Mulieri (2018)
Marsilius of Padua and Peter of Abano: The Scientific Foundations of Law-Making in Defensor Pacis. British Journal for the History of Philosophy (pp. 276-296). (/isis/citation/CBB794820829/) unapi

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No funeral bells: Public reason in a ‘post-truth’ age. Social Studies of Science (pp. 751-770). (/isis/citation/CBB195941349/) unapi

Article Jim Wynter Porter (2017)
A “Precious Minority”: Constructing the “Gifted” and “Academically Talented” Student in the Era of Brown v. Board of Education and the National Defense Education Act. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 581-605). (/isis/citation/CBB995139199/) unapi

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