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Article Marilyn Nicoud (2023)
Governing Health: The Doctor’s Authority, the Patient’s Agency, and the Reading of Regimina sanitatis Literature. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 8-33). (/isis/citation/CBB096234032/) unapi

Book John Dixon Hunt; Stephen H. Whiteman (2023)
Landscape and Authority in the Early Modern World. (/isis/citation/CBB087652821/) unapi

Article Barry Sturman; David Garrioch (2023)
Amateur Science and Innovation in Fireworks in Nineteenth-Century Europe. Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry (pp. 109-130). (/isis/citation/CBB895927620/) unapi

Book Mauro Dorato (2023)
Science and Representative Democracy: Experts and Citizens. (/isis/citation/CBB191701282/) unapi

Article María Belén Albornoz; Javier Andrés Jiménez Becerra (2023)
How Do Technological Systems Define Who War Victims Are?. Perspectives on Science (pp. 186-205). (/isis/citation/CBB249661358/) unapi

Article Elin Jones (2023)
Stratifying seamanship: sailors’ knowledge and the mechanical arts in eighteenth-century Britain. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 45-63). (/isis/citation/CBB940592162/) unapi

Article Diana J. Montaño (2023)
Missionaries of Light and Progress in Mexico: Engineers and Technological Pilgrims Craft Necaxa Falls, 1890s–1914. Technology and Culture (pp. 677-705). (/isis/citation/CBB704968846/) unapi

Book Andrew J. Hogan (2022)
Disability Dialogues: Advocacy, Science, and Prestige in Postwar Clinical Professions. (/isis/citation/CBB207448799/) unapi

Book Heather Ford (2022)
Writing the Revolution: Wikipedia and the Survival of Facts in the Digital Age. (/isis/citation/CBB207435019/) unapi

Book Mikkael A. Sekeres (2022)
Drugs and the FDA: Safety, Efficacy, and the Public's Trust. (/isis/citation/CBB614307145/) unapi

Article Ali Erken (2022)
Localizing Western expertise: İhsan Doğramaci, Ş. Raşit Hatipoğlu, and the quest for scientific development in modern Turkey. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 557-574). (/isis/citation/CBB947497000/) unapi

Book Beatrijs Vanacker; Lieke van Deinsen (2022)
Portraits and Poses: Female Intellectual Authority, Agency and Authorship in Early Modern Europe. (/isis/citation/CBB487155702/) unapi

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

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A Wine a Day …: Medical Experts and Expertise in Plutarch’s Table Talk. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 83-113). (/isis/citation/CBB990142165/) unapi

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The Two Virtues of Science. Spontaneous Generations (pp. 47-53). (/isis/citation/CBB589589263/) unapi

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Handservant of Technocracy: Public Engagement and Expertise in Heritable Human Genome Editing. Spontaneous Generations (pp. 63-87). (/isis/citation/CBB828766557/) unapi

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How to Be an Epistemic Trespasser. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 140-142). (/isis/citation/CBB968694595/) unapi

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How to Train Your Analyst. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 123-127). (/isis/citation/CBB495074505/) unapi

Article Catherine Mas (2022)
How Not to Be an Expert. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 136-139). (/isis/citation/CBB772533919/) unapi

Article Henry M. Cowles; Chitra Ramalingam (2022)
Introduction. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 118-119). (/isis/citation/CBB356636672/) unapi

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