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Essay Review Högselius, Per (June 2020)
The Historical Dynamics of Resource Frontiers. NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin. (/isis/citation/CBB901668925/) unapi

Article Hilde Norrgrén (2020)
An Alchemist in Greenland: Hans Egede (1686–1758) and Alchemical Practice in the Colony of Hope. Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry (pp. 153-173). (/isis/citation/CBB132945303/) unapi

Book John Lauritz Larson (2020)
Laid Waste! The Culture of Exploitation in Early America. (/isis/citation/CBB523556816/) unapi

Article Matthias Heymann; Per Högselius; Elena Kochetkova; et al. (January 2020)
Challenging Europe: Technology, Environment, and the Quest for Resource Security. Technology and Culture (pp. 282-294). (/isis/citation/CBB684553203/) unapi

Book Peter B. Lavelle (2020)
The Profits of Nature: Colonial Development and the Quest for Resources in Nineteenth-Century China. (/isis/citation/CBB573864372/) unapi

Chapter Regine MATHIAS (2020)
Knowledge on Mining and Smelting and Its Dissemination in the Edo Period. In: Technical Knowledge in Early Modern Japan (pp. 69-95). (/isis/citation/CBB028133405/) unapi

Article Rolv Petter Amdam; Robert Fredona; Sophus A. Reinert (Summer 2019)
Breaking Even: Political Economy and Private Enterprise in the Norwegian Glass Industry, 1739–1803. Business History Review (pp. 275-317). (/isis/citation/CBB139620027/) unapi

Book Simone Schleper (2019)
Planning for the Planet: Environmental Expertise and the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, 1960–1980. (/isis/citation/CBB601917974/) unapi

Book Helen M. Rozwadowski (2019)
Vast Expanses: A History of the Oceans. (/isis/citation/CBB292578780/) unapi

Book Bathsheba Demuth (2019)
Floating coast : an environmental history of the Bering Strait. (/isis/citation/CBB610557368/) unapi

Book Andreas R. D. Sanders; Sandvik, Pål Thonstad; Espen Storli (2019)
The political economy of resource regulation: an international and comparative history, 1850-2015. (/isis/citation/CBB481652934/) unapi

Book John Brewer; Frank Trentmann; Fredrik Albritton Jonsson; et al. (2019)
Scarcity in the modern world : history, politics, society and sustainability, 1800-2075. (/isis/citation/CBB608219802/) unapi

Book Sarah T. Romano (2019)
Transforming rural water governance : the road from resource management to political activism in Nicaragua. (/isis/citation/CBB261176072/) unapi

Book Megan Black (2018)
The Global Interior: Mineral Frontiers and American Power. (/isis/citation/CBB871859995/) unapi

Article Bindu Panikkar; Jonathan Tollefson (October 2018)
Land as material, knowledge and relationships: Resource extraction and subsistence imaginaries in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Social Studies of Science (pp. 715-739). (/isis/citation/CBB856275346/) unapi

Book Richard Rhodes (2018)
Energy: A Human History. (/isis/citation/CBB960701599/) unapi

Chapter Jessica van Horssen (2018)
Locality and Contamination along the Transnational Asbestos Commodity Chain. In: Histories of Technology, the Environment and Modern Britain (pp. 62-75). (/isis/citation/CBB846570252/) unapi

Chapter Lissa L. Roberts; Joppe van Driel (2018)
The Case of Coal. In: Compound Histories: Materials, Governance and Production, 1760-1840 (pp. 57-84). (/isis/citation/CBB347616043/) unapi

Chapter Thomas Turnbull (2018)
Simulating the Global Environment: The British Government’s Response to The Limits to Growth. In: Histories of Technology, the Environment and Modern Britain (pp. 271-299). (/isis/citation/CBB718640255/) unapi

Chapter Esa Ruuskanen (2018)
Encroaching Irish Bogland Frontiers: Science, Policy and Aspirations from the 1770s to the 1840s. In: Histories of Technology, the Environment and Modern Britain (pp. 22-40). (/isis/citation/CBB092127054/) unapi


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