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Article Charlotte Wrigley (2023)
An explosive landscape: Arranging the barnacle goose on the Solway Firth. Journal of Historical Geography (pp. 110-121). (/isis/citation/CBB503391757/) unapi

Book Michael Degani (October 2023)
The city electric: infrastructure and ingenuity in postsocialist Tanzania. (/isis/citation/CBB047203108/) unapi

Article Laura Lambert (2023)
Contested promises: Migrants’ material politics vis-à-vis the humanitarian border in Niger. Science as Culture (pp. 363-386). (/isis/citation/CBB085788037/) unapi

Article Taylor Zaneri (2023)
The spatial logic of health: Managing waste, water and infrastructure in later medieval Bologna. Journal of Historical Geography (pp. 97-109). (/isis/citation/CBB216541074/) unapi

Article Stefan Tetzlaff (2023)
Contested “automobility”: Peasants, townsfolks, and infrastructures of road transport in interwar central and western India (c. 1919–39). History of Science (pp. 77-101). (/isis/citation/CBB478985604/) unapi

Article Mary Augusta Brazelton (2023)
Aviation infrastructures in the Republic of China, 1920–37. History of Science (pp. 102-120). (/isis/citation/CBB006380109/) unapi

Article Fatima K. Espinoza Vasquez (2023)
Working at the Seams of Colonial Structures: Alternative Sociotechnical Infrastructures Revealed by Hurricane Maria. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 374-400). (/isis/citation/CBB231267644/) unapi

Article Kregg Hetherington; Elie Jalbert (2023)
The Big Flush of Montreal: On affective maintenance and infrastructural events. Social Studies of Science (pp. 102-120). (/isis/citation/CBB288892399/) unapi

Article John Cropper (2023)
”The sparrow loves millet, but labors not”: Energy use and infrastructure in the Senegal Valley, 1450-1760. History and Technology (pp. 42-64). (/isis/citation/CBB700387617/) unapi

Article Daniel Pérez-Zapico (2023)
Electrical futures for a regenerated Spain: Electricity, engineering and national reconstruction after the 1898 ‘Disaster’. History and Technology (pp. 91-125). (/isis/citation/CBB556215442/) unapi

Article Yuqing Zhu (2023)
Railroad investment and regional disparity: Public expenditure on transport infrastructure in France, 1837–57. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 99-124). (/isis/citation/CBB933809511/) unapi

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The Puzzle of the Thinly Coated Pearl: Aquacultural Ecology and the Politics of Density in Ago Bay. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 256-277). (/isis/citation/CBB823336687/) unapi

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The Engineer as Economist: Sewers and the Making of the Water Consumer in Colonial Cairo, 1890. Technology and Culture (pp. 434-455). (/isis/citation/CBB727906214/) unapi

Thesis Sebastian Diaz Angel (2023)
Weaponizing Geography: An Environmental and Technological History of Cold War Mega-Projects in Latin America. (/isis/citation/CBB399883608/) unapi

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“The water flows under the bridge and we pass above it …” infrastructure, transport and state power: The bridges of Hyderabad city, India c. sixteenth to twentieth centuries. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 27-49). (/isis/citation/CBB788833794/) unapi

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Organic Clinicians: Medicine, Sovereignty, and Sustainability in Eritrea, 1961-2022. (/isis/citation/CBB118830956/) unapi

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Landlords of the internet: Big data and big real estate. Social Studies of Science (pp. 904-927). (/isis/citation/CBB116395527/) unapi

Book Joseph Heathcott; Jonathan Soffer; Rae Zimmerman (2022)
Urban Infrastructure: Historical and Social Dimensions of an Interconnected World. (/isis/citation/CBB623418452/) unapi

Book Ian Derbyshire (2022)
Railways' Economic Impact on Uttar Pradesh and Colonial North India (1860-1914): The Iron Raj. (/isis/citation/CBB740471115/) unapi

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Engineering in the Confederate Heartland. (/isis/citation/CBB691634160/) unapi


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