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Book Nigel Rothfels (2021)
Elephant Trails: A History of Animals and Cultures. (/isis/citation/CBB348686677/) unapi

Book Reed Gochberg (2021)
Useful Objects: Museums, Science, and Literature in Nineteenth-Century America. (/isis/citation/CBB761141937/) unapi

Article Loïc Charles; Yann Giraud (2021)
Seeking the “museum of the future”: Public exhibitions of science, industry, and the social, 1910–1940. History of Science (pp. 133-154). (/isis/citation/CBB387024704/) unapi

Book Pierre-Philippe Fraiture (2021)
Past Imperfect: Time and African Decolonization, 1945-1960. (/isis/citation/CBB801245499/) unapi

Article Andrée Bergeron; Charlotte Bigg (2021)
The spatial inscription of science in the twentieth century. History of Science (pp. 121-132). (/isis/citation/CBB303012640/) unapi

Article Daisuke Konagaya (April 2021)
How an Imperial Military Laboratory Became a Museum for Peace. Technology and Culture (pp. 551-560). (/isis/citation/CBB646150440/) unapi

Chapter Roberta Ballestriero (2021)
The Science and Ethics concerning the Legacy of Human Remains and Historical Collections: The Gordon Museum of Pathology in London. (pp. 135-150). (/isis/citation/CBB079397885/) unapi

Article David Serlin (2021)
Guns, Germs, and Public History: A Conversation with Jennifer Tucker. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences (pp. 60-74). (/isis/citation/CBB354165359/) unapi

Article Joseph H. Hartman (2021)
The importance of the museum in antebellum U.S. Western Territorial exploration: Part 2. The roles of Hayden and Meek in a paradigm shift in geologic and paleontologic studies. Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society (pp. 365-408). (/isis/citation/CBB328483331/) unapi

Article Alessandro Aruta; Paola Cosmacini (2021)
La rinnovata sezione egizia del Museo di storia della medicina dell'Università di Roma. Medicina nei secoli (pp. 185-198). (/isis/citation/CBB768220522/) unapi

Article Luisa Ferrari (2021)
From Body Preservation to Pathology Museums in Italy: Conservation and Modern Value of a Historical and Biological Archive. Medicina nei Secoli - Arte e Scienza (pp. 441-482). (/isis/citation/CBB912712126/) unapi

Article Annarita Franza; Carmela Petti; Giovanni Pratesi (2021)
More than just a rock collection. The meteorite collection of the Italian geologist Teodoro Monticelli (1759–1845). Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society (pp. 39-67). (/isis/citation/CBB148896317/) unapi

Thesis Kasey Marie Sease (2021)
Marketing Agencies for Science: Nonprofits, Public Science Education, and Capitalism in Modern America. (/isis/citation/CBB197222725/) unapi

Article Lucia Borrelli; Mariailaria Verderame (2021)
Malformed skulls from criminal Anthropology: a preliminary study on the Cranioteca of the Anthropology Museum of Naples. Medicina Historica. (/isis/citation/CBB573820947/) unapi

Article Maria Canepa (2021)
Designing the Scarpa’s collection. A journey into the traditional medicines of the people of the world. Medicina Historica (pp. 1-6). (/isis/citation/CBB981479904/) unapi

Chapter Alberto Zanatta (2021)
The Origin and Development of Medical Museum Heritage in Padua. (pp. 121-134). (/isis/citation/CBB187411892/) unapi

Article Rodanthi Tzanelli (December 2020)
Museum Review: Underwater: Where Environmental Aesthetics Meets Magical Realism. Transfers (pp. 110-114). (/isis/citation/CBB364229630/) unapi

Book Albena Yaneva (2020)
Crafting History: Archiving and the Quest for Architectural Legacy. (/isis/citation/CBB486870176/) unapi

Book Steven Turner (2020)
The Science of James Smithson: Discoveries from the Smithsonian Founder. (/isis/citation/CBB562434087/) unapi

Article David Fleming (2020)
The Internationalization and Institutionalization of Archaeology, or, How a Rich Man’s Pastime Became an International Scientific Discipline, and What Happened Thereafter. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology (p. 6). (/isis/citation/CBB411498885/) unapi


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