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Article Raf De Bont (2022)
Moving across the Zoo–Field Border: Heini Hediger in Congo. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 491-512). (/isis/citation/CBB512006477/) unapi

Book Lori Jones (2022)
Disease and the Environment in the Medieval and Early Modern Worlds. (/isis/citation/CBB811176587/) unapi

Article Maja Horst (May 2022)
Science Communication as a Boundary Space: An Interactive Installation about the Social Responsibility of Science. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 459-482). (/isis/citation/CBB152974027/) unapi

Article Kenton Kroker (2022)
Insomnia, Medicalization, and Expert Knowledge. Canadian Journal of Health History/Revue canadienne d’histoire de la santé (pp. 37-71). (/isis/citation/CBB106469327/) unapi

Article Sjang L. Ten Hagen (2022)
History as a Tool for Natural Science: How Ernst Mach Applied Historical Methods to Physics. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 40-79). (/isis/citation/CBB303872937/) unapi

Article Zachary Piso; Viorel Pâslaru (2021)
Introduction to values and pluralism in the environmental sciences: From inferences to institutions. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 140-144). (/isis/citation/CBB702377462/) unapi

Article Damian Fernandez-Beanato (2021)
Feng Shui and the Demarcation Project. Science and Education (pp. 1333-1351). (/isis/citation/CBB888062029/) unapi

Book Gary Lee Downey; Teun Zuiderent-Jerak (2021)
Making & Doing: Activating STS through Knowledge Expression and Travel. (/isis/citation/CBB056767531/) unapi

Article Catherine D Tan (April 2021)
Defending ‘snake oil’: The preservation of contentious knowledge and practices. Social Studies of Science (pp. 538-563). (/isis/citation/CBB517095153/) unapi

Article Pia Vuolanto; Marjo Kolehmainen (July 2021)
Gendered Boundary-work within the Finnish Skepticism Movement. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 789-814). (/isis/citation/CBB137850505/) unapi

Article Sarah Bull (2021)
More Than a Case of Mistaken Identity: Adult Entertainment and the Making of Early Sexology. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 10-39). (/isis/citation/CBB616546207/) unapi

Article Mattes, Johannes (2021)
“Central nodes” and “neutral grounds:” boundary-work between scholarship, scientific amateurism and the public in Vienna (1860-1890). Physis: Rivista Intemazionale di Storia della Scienza. (/isis/citation/CBB267101748/) unapi

Thesis Jessica Manning Lovett (2021)
The Sound Culture of Space Science. (/isis/citation/CBB249381202/) unapi

Article Tarquin Holmes; Carrie Friese (2020)
Making the Anaesthetised Animal into a Boundary Object: An Analysis of the 1875 Royal Commission on Vivisection. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 50). (/isis/citation/CBB174441189/) unapi

Article Emily Herrington; Eva Jablonka (2020)
Creating a ‘gestalt shift’ in evolutionary science: Roles for metaphor in the conceptual landscape of the extended evolutionary synthesis (EES). Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (pp. 360-379). (/isis/citation/CBB255233612/) unapi

Article Owen Marshall (2020)
Shibboleths in the studio: Informal demarcation practices among audio engineers. Social Studies of Science (pp. 881-900). (/isis/citation/CBB736386887/) unapi

Article Elizabeth D. Jones (2019)
Assumptions of Authority: The Story of Sue the T-Rex and Controversy Over Access to Fossils. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 2). (/isis/citation/CBB334696047/) unapi

Article Ellen Packham (2019)
The Limits of Chemistry: How William Gregory Contested the Boundaries of ‘Established Science’, 1820–1850. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 73-89). (/isis/citation/CBB531010025/) unapi

Article Victor Melander (2019)
David’s Weapon of Mass Destruction: The Reception of Thor Heyerdahl’s ‘Kon-Tiki Theory’. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology (p. 6). (/isis/citation/CBB118920042/) unapi

Article Erica Morrell (2019)
Localizing Detroit’s Food System: Boundary-Work and the Politics of Experiential Expertise. Science as Culture (pp. 303-326). (/isis/citation/CBB914224614/) unapi


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