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Article Miguel Valério; Silvia Ferrara (2022)
Numeracy at the dawn of writing: Mesopotamia and beyond. Historia Mathematica (pp. 35-53). (/isis/citation/CBB694933661/) unapi

Article Jue Hou (2021)
The Cybernetic Writing Pad: Information Technology and the Retheorization of the Chinese Script, 1977-1986. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 310-332). (/isis/citation/CBB098627664/) unapi

Book Elizabeth Andrews Bond (2021)
The Writing Public: Participatory Knowledge Production in Enlightenment and Revolutionary France. (/isis/citation/CBB275680680/) unapi

Book Danielle C. Skeehan (2020)
The Fabric of Empire: Material and Literary Cultures of the Global Atlantic, 1650-1850. (/isis/citation/CBB516070638/) unapi

Book Caroline Archer-Parré; Malcolm Dick (2020)
Pen, print and communication in the eighteenth century. (/isis/citation/CBB975011281/) unapi

Article Laurens Schlicht (June 2020)
Graphology in Germany in the 1920s and 1930s. NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin (pp. 149-179). (/isis/citation/CBB337569485/) unapi

Article Alan James Hogarth; Michael Witmore (2020)
Reflexive witnessing: Boyle, the Royal Society and scientific style. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 131-148). (/isis/citation/CBB913351233/) unapi

Article Thomas Morel (2020)
De re geometrica: Writing, Drawing, and Preaching Mathematics in Early Modern Mines. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 22-45). (/isis/citation/CBB574275523/) unapi

Article Michael Flatt (2020)
What the Air Became: Rereading Eigner to Read Compositional Tools in Networks. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 89-115). (/isis/citation/CBB106169270/) unapi

Book Robert Middeke-Conlin (2020)
The Making of a Scribe: Errors, Mistakes and Rounding Numbers in the Old Babylonian Kingdom of Larsa. (/isis/citation/CBB911068351/) unapi

Chapter Erich PAUER (2020)
Vehicles of Knowledge: Japanese Technical Drawings in the Pre-modern Era, 1600–1868. In: Technical Knowledge in Early Modern Japan (pp. 28-54). (/isis/citation/CBB812379942/) unapi

Article Helen Piel (2019)
Complicating the Story of Popular Science: John Maynard Smith’s “Little Penguin” on The Theory of Evolution. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 371-390). (/isis/citation/CBB321042835/) unapi

Article Nappi, Carla; Wark, McKenzie (April 2019)
Reading Needham Now. Technology and Culture (pp. 562-573). (/isis/citation/CBB800490803/) unapi

Article Alexandra Bacopoulos-Viau (2019)
From the Writing Cure to the Talking Cure: Revisiting the French ‘Discovery of the Unconscious’. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 41-65). (/isis/citation/CBB147211444/) unapi

Book Russell McGregor (2019)
Idling in Green Places: A Life of Alec Chisholm. (/isis/citation/CBB142872598/) unapi

Article Jochen Althoff (2019)
Schriften und Schreiben in den ps.-hippokratischen Briefen, Reden und Dekreten. Medicina nei secoli (pp. 547-580). (/isis/citation/CBB538453863/) unapi

Article Sean F. Johnston (March 2018)
The Technological Fix as Social Cure-All: Origins and Implications. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (pp. 47-54). (/isis/citation/CBB451903772/) unapi

Book John Willinsky (2018)
The Intellectual Properties of Learning: A Prehistory from Saint Jerome to John Locke. (/isis/citation/CBB364604163/) unapi

Article Elaine Leong (2018)
Read. Do. Observe. Take Note!. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 87-103). (/isis/citation/CBB964559390/) unapi

Article Mehmet Arıkan (2017)
The Reproduction and Circulation of Knowledge in Islamic Civilization: An Example from Fifteenth-Century Samarqand. Nazariyat: İslam Felsefe ve Bilim Tarihi Araştırmaları Dergisi (Journal for the History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences) (pp. 115-137). (/isis/citation/CBB732831256/) unapi

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