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Article Jorge Nuno Silva; Pedro Jorge Freitas (2023)
The Loterias Lisbonenses of Francisco Giraldes Barba. British Journal for the History of Mathematics (pp. 194-207). (/isis/citation/CBB999761947/) unapi

Article Jacob Schmidt-Madsen (2022)
Gameplay as Foreplay at a Medieval Indian Court: Translation and Discussion of Mānasollāsa 5.16, Phañjikākrīḍā. History of Science in South Asia (pp. 169-234). (/isis/citation/CBB462328788/) unapi

Article Laura Miralles; Eva Garcia-Vazquez; Eduardo Dopico (2021)
Game-based learning for engaging citizens in biopollution control. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (pp. 677-688). (/isis/citation/CBB727121914/) unapi

Article Jakob Raffn; Frederik Lassen (2021)
Politics of Nature: The board game. Social Studies of Science (pp. 139-164). (/isis/citation/CBB033346411/) unapi

Book Melanie Swalwell (2021)
Homebrew gaming and the beginnings of vernacular digitality. (/isis/citation/CBB632809359/) unapi

Book Christian Dayé (2020)
Experts, Social Scientists, and Techniques of Prognosis in Cold War America. (/isis/citation/CBB971942824/) unapi

Chapter Michael Dillon; Sarah Dillon (2020)
Artificial Intelligence and the Sovereign-Governance Game. In: AI Narratives: A History of Imaginative Thinking about Intelligent Machines (pp. 333-356). (/isis/citation/CBB714156693/) unapi

Article Isabella Alexander; Cristina S. Martinez (2020)
A Game Map: Object of Copyright and Form of Authority in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Imago Mundi: A Review of Early Cartography (pp. 163-180). (/isis/citation/CBB861627964/) unapi

Article José Antonio Camúñez-Ruiz; María Dolores Pérez-Hidalgo (2019)
Juan Caramuel (1606–1682) and the Spanish Version of the Passedix Game. British Journal for the History of Mathematics (pp. 143-154). (/isis/citation/CBB822246783/) unapi

Article Courtney E. Thompson (2019)
Physogs: A Game with Consequences. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 100689). (/isis/citation/CBB658681240/) unapi

Article Timothy Barker (2019)
Cultural Techniques of Play: A Media Philosophical Approach to the Study of Time, History, and Memory in Games. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 87-110). (/isis/citation/CBB845427129/) unapi

Article Stéphane Lamassé (2019)
Les cautelae : un corpus de problèmes mathématiques entre collection, série et culture mathématique. Médiévales (pp. 75-96). (/isis/citation/CBB557542885/) unapi

Thesis Chaim Gingold (2016)
Play Design. (/isis/citation/CBB363934954/) unapi

Book Stefan Poser (2016)
Glücksmaschinen und Maschinenglück: Grundlagen einer Technik- und Kulturgeschichte des technisierten Spiels [Lucky machines and machine luck: Fundamentals of a technology and cultural history of technical games]. (/isis/citation/CBB762118696/) unapi

Article Boudreau, Kristin (2015)
To See the World Anew: Learning Engineering through a Humanistic Lens. Engineering Studies (pp. 206-208). (/isis/citation/CBB018170319/) unapi

Article Manolo Martínez; Colin Klein (2015)
Pain Signals Are Predominantly Imperative. Biology and Philosophy (pp. 283-298). (/isis/citation/CBB835636111/) unapi

Book Marsha Driscoll; Elizabeth E. Dunn; Dann Siems; et al. (2014)
Charles Darwin, the Copley Medal, and the Rise of Naturalism, 1861-1864. (/isis/citation/CBB214502469/) unapi

Book Michael S. Petterson; Frederick Purnell Jr; Mark C. Carnes (2014)
The Trial of Galileo: Aristotelianism, the "New Cosmology," and the Catholic Church, 1616-1633. (/isis/citation/CBB656203731/) unapi

Article Angelini, Annarita (2013)
Praecisio and Conjecture: Cusanus' Ball Game and the “Learned Ignorance” of the World. Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza (p. 5). (/isis/citation/CBB001252886/) unapi

Article Anderson, Ian; Crilly, Tony (2013)
The Mathematician Who Drove Whist Forward: William Henry Whitfeld (1856--1915). British Society for the History of Mathematics Bulletin (pp. 132-142). (/isis/citation/CBB001213292/) unapi


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