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Article Paul Rubinson (2021)
Mistress of the Sciences, Asylum of Liberty: Joseph Priestley, Human Rights, and Science in the Early U.S. Republic. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 484-506). (/isis/citation/CBB478162217/) unapi

Article Mateo J Carrillo (April 2021)
Migrant Flows: Hydraulic Infrastructure, Agricultural Industrialization, and Environmental Change in Western Mexico, 1940–64. Environmental History (pp. 231-254). (/isis/citation/CBB876413002/) unapi

Article Daniel Terry; Ha Hoang; Blake Peck; et al. (2021)
The Historic to Contemporary Challenges among International Medical Graduates Seeking to Practise in Australia. Health and History (pp. 61-78). (/isis/citation/CBB421342121/) unapi

Book Nicolaysen, Rainer; Heinsohn, Kirsten (2021)
Belastete Beziehungen. Studien zur Wirkung von Exil und Remigration auf die Wissenschaften in Deutschland nach 1945. (/isis/citation/CBB976834213/) unapi

Article Jennifer S Kain (2020)
Standardising Defence Lines: William Perrin Norris, Eugenics and Australian Border Control. Social History of Medicine (pp. 843-859). (/isis/citation/CBB364703336/) unapi

Multimedia Object Lee Pierce; Jay Timothy Dolmage (2020)
Jay Timothy Dolmage, “Disabled Upon Arrival: Eugenics, Immigration, and the Construction of Race” (OSU Press, 2018). New Books Network Podcast. (/isis/citation/CBB842090920/) unapi

Article Michael F. Robinson (2020)
Shackleton Syndrome. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 112-119). (/isis/citation/CBB249055665/) unapi

Article Eram Alam (2020)
Cold War Crises: Foreign Medical Graduates Respond to US Doctor Shortages, 1965–1975. Social History of Medicine (pp. 132-151). (/isis/citation/CBB739018286/) unapi

Book Daniela Finzi; Shapira, Elana (2020)
Freud and the Émigré: Austrian Émigrés, Exiles and the Legacy of Psychoanalysis in Britain, 1930s-1970s. (/isis/citation/CBB648365157/) unapi

Article Neville D. Yeomans (2020)
A Dangerous Migration: Early Mortality in Immigrant Doctors in Colonial Victoria. Health and History (pp. 67-84). (/isis/citation/CBB927867030/) unapi

Article W. Walker Hanlon (Winter 2018)
Skilled Immigrants and American Industrialization: Lessons from Newport News Shipyard. Business History Review (pp. 605-632). (/isis/citation/CBB299819581/) unapi

Book Gordon H. Chang; Fishkin, Shelley Fisher (2019)
The Chinese and the Iron Road: Building the transcontinental railroad. (/isis/citation/CBB307492171/) unapi

Chapter Hasan Umut; David Pantalony (2019)
From the Ottoman Empire to Canada: George Petrovic’s Metrological Instruments in the Canada Science and Technology Museum. (pp. 187-205). (/isis/citation/CBB918697844/) unapi

Article Tibor, Frank (2019)
Ungarische Wissenschaftsemigranten in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts (Hungarian science migrants in the first half of the 20th century). Acta Historica Leopoldina (pp. 27-40). (/isis/citation/CBB629314157/) unapi

Article Yali Li; Gideon Shelach-Lavi; Ronnie Ellenblum (2019)
Short-Term Climatic Catastrophes and the Collapse of the Liao Dynasty (907–1125): Textual Evidence. Journal of Interdisciplinary History (pp. 591-610). (/isis/citation/CBB169928251/) unapi

Article Reinhard Siegmund-Schultze (2019)
Some remarks and documents concerning the emigration of Polish mathematicians during the 1930s and early 1940. Studia Historiae Scientiarum (pp. 139-162). (/isis/citation/CBB066757207/) unapi

Book Nancy Cook; Butz, David Aaron (2019)
Mobilities, mobility justice and social justice. (/isis/citation/CBB619774273/) unapi

Book Julian M. Simpson (2018)
Migrant Architects of the NHS: South Asian doctors and the reinvention of British general practice. (/isis/citation/CBB468852636/) unapi

Book Jay Timothy Dolmage (2018)
Disabled Upon Arrival: Eugenics, Immigration, and the Construction of Race and Disability. (/isis/citation/CBB494528813/) unapi

Article Gregory Bond (2018)
“Love Him and Let Him Go”: The American Colonization Society's James Brown—Pioneering African-American Apothecary in the United States and Liberia, 1802–1853, Part I—The United States. Pharmacy in History (pp. 77-88). (/isis/citation/CBB749822662/) unapi


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