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Scotland

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Article Amie Morrison; Isobel Falconer (2022)
Women’s participation in mathematics in Scotland, 1730–1850. British Journal for the History of Mathematics (pp. 2-23). (/isis/citation/CBB967889252/) unapi

Book Silvia Casini (2021)
Giving Bodies Back to Data: Image Makers, Bricolage, and Reinvention in Magnetic Resonance Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB935991554/) unapi

Article Jessica White (2021)
“The proud & haughty Rocks”: gender, botany and archipelagic travel writing in Scotland. Nineteenth-Century Contexts (pp. 309-327). (/isis/citation/CBB031900069/) unapi

Book Carissa M. Harris (2021)
Obscene Pedagogies: Transgressive Talk and Sexual Education in Late Medieval Britain. (/isis/citation/CBB453699434/) unapi

Article Bruce Buchan; Silvia Sebastiani (2021)
"No distinction of Black or Fair": The Natural History of Race in Adam Ferguson's Lectures on Moral Philosophy. Journal of the History of Ideas (pp. 207-229). (/isis/citation/CBB206800727/) unapi

Article Tineke Broer; Martyn Pickersgill; Sarah Cunningham-Burley (2020)
Neurobiological Limits and the Somatic Significance of Love: Caregivers’ Engagements with Neuroscience in Scottish Parenting Programmes. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 85-109). (/isis/citation/CBB526089134/) unapi

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Alexander Bruce: Scotland's accidental 'Scientific Revolutionary'. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 267-280). (/isis/citation/CBB400315220/) unapi

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Chemistry and Slavery in the Scottish Enlightenment. Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 155-168). (/isis/citation/CBB766765131/) unapi

Article P. G. Moore (2020)
The Goodsir brothers from Fife, Scotland: Contributions to anatomy, marine zoology and Arctic exploration in the nineteenth century. Archives of Natural History (pp. 76-91). (/isis/citation/CBB205460184/) unapi

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John Robertson Henderson (1863–1925): Scotland, India and Anomuran Taxonomy. Archives of Natural History (pp. 63-75). (/isis/citation/CBB816060321/) unapi

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Away with the fairies: the psychopathology of visionary encounters in early modern Scotland. History of Psychiatry (pp. 37-54). (/isis/citation/CBB931900351/) unapi

Book Caroline Archer-Parré; Malcolm Dick (2020)
James Watt (1736-1819): Culture, Innovation and Enlightenment. (/isis/citation/CBB848901214/) unapi

Article Sebastiano Gino (2020)
Scottish Common Sense, Association of Ideas and Free Will. Intellectual History Review (pp. 109-127). (/isis/citation/CBB323976439/) unapi

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Colin Maclaurin (1698–1746): A Newtonian Between Theory and Practice. British Journal for the History of Mathematics (pp. 52-62). (/isis/citation/CBB947551181/) unapi

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‘There Are Great Alterations in the Geometry of Late’. the Rise of Isaac Newton’s Early Scottish Circle. British Journal for the History of Mathematics (pp. 3-24). (/isis/citation/CBB982671554/) unapi

Thesis Alma Igra (2020)
Farm to Pharmacy: Nutrition, Animals, and Governance in Britain 1870–1945. (/isis/citation/CBB148954314/) unapi

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Wounds and Wonder: Emotion, Imagination and War in the Cultures of Romantic Surgery. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies (pp. 239-259). (/isis/citation/CBB372160240/) unapi

Chapter Cornelia Lambert (2020)
Barefoot children in a ‘fine room’: Robert Owen, Adam Smith, and social regeneration in Scotland. In: The Routledge History of Poverty, c.1450-1800. (/isis/citation/CBB480269477/) unapi

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A comparison between 'Part of Scotland' on William Smith's maps and contemporary maps of Scotland by Louis-Albert Necker and Jean-François Berger. Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society (pp. 88-98). (/isis/citation/CBB136056221/) unapi

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