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Article Gautam Chandra (2022)
Medical profession and unemployment in colonial Madras (1835–1930). Indian Journal of History of Science (pp. 91-101). (/isis/citation/CBB106867993/) unapi

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Colonial masculinity and indigenous śikārī: a history of sport-hunting in Kashmir during Dogra rule. Indian Journal of History of Science (pp. 52-55). (/isis/citation/CBB704971209/) unapi

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Contribution of Sir P.C. Rây in preparing chemical bombs and explosives for Indian freedom fighters. Indian Journal of History of Science (pp. 49-51). (/isis/citation/CBB274418782/) unapi

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Fire, Forest, City: A Social Ecology of Fire in British India. Environment and History (pp. 447-469). (/isis/citation/CBB900555532/) unapi

Article Maidul Rahaman (2021)
Institutionalization of veterinary science in colonial India. Indian Journal of History of Science (pp. 154-158). (/isis/citation/CBB459351882/) unapi

Article Ruth A. Morgan (2021)
Health, Hearth and Empire: Climate, Race and Reproduction in British India and Western Australia. Environment and History (pp. 229-250). (/isis/citation/CBB145766431/) unapi

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Imperial Science: Cable Telegraphy and Electrical Physics in the Victorian British Empire. (/isis/citation/CBB544275565/) unapi

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An Empire Transformed: remolding bodies and landscapes in the Restoration Atlantic. (/isis/citation/CBB768133601/) unapi

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The Case History in the Colonies. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 85-94). (/isis/citation/CBB625154341/) unapi

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‘These Curly-Bearded, Olive-Skinned Warriors’: Medicine, Prosthetics, Rehabilitation and the Disabled Sepoy in the First World War, 1914–1920. Social History of Medicine (pp. 798-818). (/isis/citation/CBB880218189/) unapi

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British Fire Insurers in Australia, 1860–1920: A Story of Enterprise, Luck, and Resilience. Business History Review (pp. 535-568). (/isis/citation/CBB196663773/) unapi

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Merchants of Medicines: The Commerce and Coercion of Health in Britain’s Long Eighteenth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB541998082/) unapi

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