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Traditional knowledge

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Article Anne Salmond (2021)
Star canoes, voyaging worlds. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (pp. 267-285). (/isis/citation/CBB740921403/) unapi

Article Jennifer Saracino; Barbara E. Mundy (2021)
Dating the Mapa Uppsala of Mexico-Tenochtitlan. Imago Mundi: A Review of Early Cartography (pp. 2-15). (/isis/citation/CBB233672940/) unapi

Book Judith Farquhar; Lili Lai (2021)
Gathering Medicines: Nation and Knowledge in China’s Mountain South. (/isis/citation/CBB861019370/) unapi

Thesis E. Bennett Jones (2021)
'The Indians Say': Settler Colonialism and the Scientific Study of North America, 1722 to 1848. (/isis/citation/CBB627267294/) unapi

Article Nelson Sanjad; Ermelinda Pataca; Rafael Rogério Nascimento dos Santos (2021)
Knowledge and Circulation of Plants: Unveiling the Participation of Amazonian Indigenous Peoples in the Construction of Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Botany. HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology (pp. 11-38). (/isis/citation/CBB714153328/) unapi

Article Ren Congcong (2021)
Making Modern Knowledge of Traditional Carpentry in China and Japan: Myth, Reality and Transmission. HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology (pp. 34-62). (/isis/citation/CBB507478854/) unapi

Article Gregory Clancey (2021)
“The Way We Build”: Craft, Innovation, and Sustainability in Japanese House-Carpentry. HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology (pp. 63-87). (/isis/citation/CBB840594344/) unapi

Article Rijul Kochhar (2020)
The Virus in the Rivers: Histories and Antibiotic Afterlives of the Bacteriophage at the Sangam in Allahabad. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 625-651). (/isis/citation/CBB071903349/) unapi

Book Geoffrey E. R. Lloyd; Aparecida Vilaça (2020)
Science in the Forest, Science in the Past. (/isis/citation/CBB978426925/) unapi

Article Steven R. Gullberg; Duane W. Hamacher; Alejandro Martín-Lopez; et al. (2020)
A cultural comparison of the 'dark constellations' in the Milky Way. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 390-404). (/isis/citation/CBB584961949/) unapi

Article Projit Bihari Mukharji (2020)
Historicizing “Indian Systems of Knowledge”: Ayurveda, Exotic Foods, and Contemporary Antihistorical Holisms. Osiris: A Research Journal Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 228-248). (/isis/citation/CBB846632353/) unapi

Book Allison Margaret Bigelow (2020)
Mining Language: Racial Thinking, Indigenous Knowledge, and Colonial Metallurgy in the Early Modern Iberian World. (/isis/citation/CBB877754784/) unapi

Article Martin Hofmann (2020)
The Research Agenda of Zhu Qiqian: A Reframing of Traditional Chinese Craftsmanship. East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine (pp. 91-136). (/isis/citation/CBB815211704/) unapi

Article Harilal Madhavan; Jean-Paul Gaudillière (2020)
Reformulation and Appropriation of Traditional Knowledge in Industrial Ayurveda: The Trajectory of Jeevani. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 603-621). (/isis/citation/CBB986310829/) unapi

Article Schmalzer, Sigrid (September 2019)
Layer upon Layer: Mao-Era History and the Construction of China’s Agricultural Heritage. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 413-441). (/isis/citation/CBB024793429/) unapi

Article Douny, Lawrence (June 2019)
From Pits to Pots: Indigo Dyeing Traditions of the Maranse of Burkina Faso. Technology's Stories. (/isis/citation/CBB601717362/) unapi

Thesis Roberto Jesus Diaz (2019)
Scientific Islanders: Pacific Peoples, American Scientists, and the Desire to Understand the World, 1800-1860. (/isis/citation/CBB909704817/) unapi

Book Matthew V. Bender (2019)
Water brings no harm : management knowledge and the struggle for the waters of Kilimanjaro. (/isis/citation/CBB806270320/) unapi

Thesis Christopher Michael Blakley (2019)
Inhuman Empire: Slavery and Nonhuman Animals in the British Atlantic World. (/isis/citation/CBB485703529/) unapi

Article Achim von Oppen (2019)
Moving Along, Moving Across, Moving in Time: Linear Geographies, Translocal Practices, and the Making of the "Barotse Boundary," ca. 1890 to 1925. International Journal of African Historical Studies (pp. 81-108). (/isis/citation/CBB777738438/) unapi


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