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Article Colin Fisher (July 2021)
Antebellum Black Climate Science: The Medical Geography and Emancipatory Politics of James McCune Smith and Martin Delany. Environmental History (pp. 461-483). (/isis/citation/CBB023885101/) unapi

Article Thomas Krendl Gilbert; Andrew Loveridge (February 2021)
Subjectifying objectivity: Delineating tastes in theoretical quantum gravity research. Social Studies of Science (pp. 73-99). (/isis/citation/CBB805036052/) unapi

Article Birk Engmann (2020)
Naum Efimovich Ischlondsky: a forgotten protagonist of the concept of reflexology. History of Psychiatry (pp. 359-363). (/isis/citation/CBB386497772/) unapi

Book Jamie Holmes (2020)
12 Seconds of Silence: How a Team of Inventors, Tinkerers, and Spies Took Down a Nazi Superweapon. (/isis/citation/CBB898086688/) unapi

Book Jürgen Renn; Hanoch Gutfreund (2020)
Einstein on Einstein: Autobiographical and Scientific Reflections. (/isis/citation/CBB067633963/) unapi

Book Richard Noakes (2020)
Physics and Psychics: The Occult and the Sciences in Modern Britain. (/isis/citation/CBB321801843/) unapi

Book W. Patrick McCray (2020)
Making Art Work: How Cold War Engineers and Artists Forged a New Creative Culture. (/isis/citation/CBB401442708/) unapi

Article Orsolya Lukács (2020)
Carl Gustav Jung and Albert Einstein: An ambivalent relationship. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences (pp. 115-132). (/isis/citation/CBB320527576/) unapi

Article Mary S. Morgan (2020)
Inducing Visibility and Visual Deduction. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 225-252). (/isis/citation/CBB269777379/) unapi

Article Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner; Sarah de Rijcke (December 2019)
Filling in the gaps: The interpretation of curricula vitae in peer review. Social Studies of Science (pp. 863-883). (/isis/citation/CBB339339084/) unapi

Article Lo, Yin Yueh; Huang, Chun-Ju; Peters, Hans Peter (December 2019)
Do Organizational Interests Interfere with Public Communication of Science? An Explorative Study of Public Relations of Scientific Organizations in Taiwan. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 557-574). (/isis/citation/CBB566958394/) unapi

Book Vanessa Heggie (2019)
Higher and Colder: A History of Extreme Physiology and Exploration. (/isis/citation/CBB963440719/) unapi

Article Max Dresow (2019)
Macroevolution evolving: Punctuated equilibria and the roots of Stephen Jay Gould's second macroevolutionary synthesis. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (pp. 15-23). (/isis/citation/CBB524549653/) unapi

Article Margaret Sleeboom-Faulkner (June 2019)
Regulatory brokerage: Competitive advantage and regulation in the field of regenerative medicine. Social Studies of Science (pp. 355-380). (/isis/citation/CBB470996355/) unapi

Article Gunhild Berg (2019)
Experimenters Versus Magicians: Poetic Strategies of an Intertextual Rivalry in 19th Century German Fiction. Almagest (pp. 52-65). (/isis/citation/CBB799424382/) unapi

Article Douglas J. Lanska (2019)
The Development and Evolution of “Cerebral Thermometry”: The Physiology Underlying a Nineteenth-Century Approach to Cerebral Localization and Neurological Diagnosis. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences (pp. 195-225). (/isis/citation/CBB416833074/) unapi

Book JPat Brown; B. C. D. Lipton; Michael Morisy (2019)
Scientists Under Surveillance: The FBI Files. (/isis/citation/CBB977707696/) unapi

Book Francis Galton (2019)
English Men of Science: Their Nature and Nurture. (/isis/citation/CBB022048697/) unapi

Article Domínguez Aguilera, Inmaculada; Valdivia, Carmen; Morente Muñoz, Carmen; et al. (2019)
El meteorólogo José Domingo Quílez (1903-1939): un caso de investigador en la periferia. Llull: Revista de la Sociedad Española de Historia de las Ciencias y de las Técnicas (pp. 241-260). (/isis/citation/CBB744031254/) unapi

Thesis Emily L. Howell (2019)
Science & the Authoritarian: Deference to Scientific Authority & How It Disables Democratic Deliberation on Controversial Science Issues. (/isis/citation/CBB957399527/) unapi


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