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Article Alejandra Osorio (July 2022)
Why Chuño Matters: Rethinking the History of Technology in Latin America. Technology and Culture (pp. 808-829). (/isis/citation/CBB336339268/) unapi

Article Sebastián Gil-Riaño (2022)
Risky migrations: Race, Latin eugenics, and Cold War development in the International Labor Organization’s Puno–Tambopata project in Peru, 1930–60. History of Science (pp. 41-68). (/isis/citation/CBB899615721/) unapi

Article Tommaso Mori; Alessandro Riga; Giulia Dionisio; et al. (2022)
Cranial modification and trepanation in pre-Hispanic collections from Peru in the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnology, Florence, Italy. Medicina Historica (pp. 1-12). (/isis/citation/CBB024855086/) unapi

Book Kristin A. Wintersteen (2021)
The Fishmeal Revolution: The Industrialization of the Humboldt Current Ecosystem. (/isis/citation/CBB521708008/) unapi

Article Lissell Quiroz (2021)
Une analyse féministe décoloniale de l’histoire de l’obstétrique (Pérou, XIXe siècle). Cahiers François Viète Center for Epistemology and History of Science and Technology (CFV) (pp. 85-102). (/isis/citation/CBB145927876/) unapi

Book Stefanie Gänger (2020)
A Singular Remedy: Cinchona Across the Atlantic World, 1751–1820. (/isis/citation/CBB544598323/) unapi

Book Paulo Drinot (2020)
The Sexual Question: A History of Prostitution in Peru, 1850s–1950s. (/isis/citation/CBB330483529/) unapi

Article Mariana Sánchez Daza (2020)
Alchemical and Paracelsian Ideas in the Arte De Los Metales. Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 139-154). (/isis/citation/CBB681920288/) unapi

Article Linda A. Newson (2020)
Alchemy and Chemical Medicines in Early Colonial Lima, Peru. Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry (pp. 107-134). (/isis/citation/CBB042314859/) unapi

Article Emily Wakild (2020)
Saving the Vicuña: The Political, Biophysical, and Cultural History of Wild Animal Conservation in Peru, 1964–2000. American Historical Review (pp. 54-88). (/isis/citation/CBB715826214/) unapi

Book Richard L. Burger; Lucy C Salazar; Yuji Seki (2020)
Perspectives on Early Andean Civilization in Peru : Interaction, Authority, and Socioeconomic Organization During the First and Second Millennia B.C.. (/isis/citation/CBB807046651/) unapi

Article Johanna Bockman (2019)
Democratic Socialism in Chile and Peru: Revisiting the “Chicago Boys” as the Origin of Neoliberalism. Comparative Studies in Society and History (pp. 654-679). (/isis/citation/CBB706625383/) unapi

Article Andres Rios-Molina (2019)
Racial Degeneration, Mental Hygiene, and the Beginning of Peruvian Psychiatry, 1922–1934. History of Psychology (pp. 225-243). (/isis/citation/CBB684201956/) unapi

Article Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen (May 2018)
Purification: Engineering Water and Producing Politics. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 379-400). (/isis/citation/CBB959922139/) unapi

Article Christopher Heaney (2018)
How to Make an Inca Mummy: Andean Embalming, Peruvian Science, and the Collection of Empire. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 1-27). (/isis/citation/CBB343190457/) unapi

Article Santiago Stucchi-Portocarrero (2018)
Eugenics, medicine and psychiatry in Peru. History of Psychiatry (pp. 96-109). (/isis/citation/CBB864800904/) unapi

Article Hildegardo Córdova-Aguilar (2018)
Reminiscences about Mariano Felipe Paz Soldán’s Geographic Atlas of Peru (1865). Polish Cartographical Review (pp. 111-122). (/isis/citation/CBB240290495/) unapi

Book Helen Cowie (2017)
Llama. (/isis/citation/CBB839390397/) unapi

Book Orlando Bentancor (2017)
The Matter of Empire: Metaphysics and Mining in Colonial Peru. (/isis/citation/CBB039254450/) unapi

Article Edwin Rap (2017)
Engineering Masculinities: How Higher Education Genders the Water Profession in Peru. Engineering Studies (pp. 95-119). (/isis/citation/CBB738725622/) unapi


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