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Article Colin Bos (2022)
John Augustus Abayomi Cole and the Search for an African Science, 1885–1898. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 63-84). (/isis/citation/CBB760577508/) unapi

Article Daniel Špelda (2021)
Les anciens dans l’astronomie, l’astronomie dans la querelle des anciens et des modernes. Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 62-100). (/isis/citation/CBB984258439/) unapi

Article Anthony Eames (July 2021)
A "Corruption of British Science?": The Strategic Defense Initiative and British Technology Policy. Technology and Culture (pp. 812-838). (/isis/citation/CBB625249269/) unapi

Article Michela Massimi (2021)
Points of view: Kant on perspectival knowledge. Synthese (pp. 3279-3296). (/isis/citation/CBB347989642/) unapi

Article Bing Wei; Yaqing Wang (2021)
The Presentation of Science Practice in Twenty Historical Cases. Science and Education (pp. 365-380). (/isis/citation/CBB335083165/) unapi

Article Becky Mansfield (2021)
Deregulatory science: Chemical risk analysis in Trump’s EPA. Social Studies of Science (pp. 28-50). (/isis/citation/CBB234438851/) unapi

Article Anna Åberg (2021)
The ways and means of ITER: reciprocity and compromise in fusion science diplomacy. History and Technology (pp. 106-124). (/isis/citation/CBB939618691/) unapi

Article Gisela Mateos; Edna Suárez-Díaz (2020)
Development interventions: science, technology and technical assistance. History and Technology (pp. 293-309). (/isis/citation/CBB376902748/) unapi

Article Adam Lucas (October 2020)
Manufacturing Modernity: Innovations in Early Modern Europe—An Introduction. Technology and Culture (pp. 995-1016). (/isis/citation/CBB992362140/) unapi

Book Michael John Gorman (2020)
Idea Colliders: The Future of Science Museums. (/isis/citation/CBB631377927/) unapi

Article Melanie Smallman (August 2020)
‘Nothing to do with the science’: How an elite sociotechnical imaginary cements policy resistance to public perspectives on science and technology through the machinery of government. Social Studies of Science (pp. 589-608). (/isis/citation/CBB153866236/) unapi

Article Chiara Ambrosio (June 2020)
Toward an Integrated History and Philosophy of Diagrammatic Practices (Review article). East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 347-376). (/isis/citation/CBB874558000/) unapi

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Science and Philosophy: A Love–Hate Relationship. Foundations of Science (pp. 297-314). (/isis/citation/CBB240802012/) unapi

Article Luciano Boschiero (October 2020)
Machines, Motion, Mechanics: Philosophers Engineering the Fountains of Versailles. Technology and Culture (pp. 1108-1128). (/isis/citation/CBB492774385/) unapi

Essay Review Michael D. Gordin (2020)
What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Language and Science?. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB718205235/) unapi

Book Susan Greenhalgh; Zhang, Li (2020)
Can science and technology save China?. (/isis/citation/CBB714217732/) unapi

Book Mansoor Niaz (2019)
Evolving Nature of Objectivity in the History of Science and its Implications for Science Education. (/isis/citation/CBB181627786/) unapi

Article Massimiliano Simons (2019)
Bruno Latour and the Secularization of Science. Perspectives on Science (pp. 925-954). (/isis/citation/CBB900277681/) unapi

Article Gad Yair (December 2019)
Culture counts more than money: Israeli critiques of German science. Social Studies of Science (pp. 898-918). (/isis/citation/CBB627272550/) unapi

Article June Jeon (December 2019)
Invisibilizing politics: Accepting and legitimating ignorance in environmental sciences. Social Studies of Science (pp. 839-862). (/isis/citation/CBB717880925/) unapi

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