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Lychnos

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Article Cecilia Rosengren (2020)
The wilderness of Allaert van Everdingen – experience and representation of the north in the age of the baroque. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB067817991/) unapi

Article Helena Franzén (2020)
From patient to specimen and back again: Radical surgeries and pelvic pathologies in Museum Obstetricum. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB243971946/) unapi

Article Rikard Wingård (2020)
Barock zoologi: Ktonisk distansering i Haquin Spegels Guds werk och hwila. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB462902340/) unapi

Article Raphael Uchôa (2019)
Contextualising the “American race” in the Atlantic: The case of Carl von Martius and his German and Iberian sources. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB802316426/) unapi

Article Silvia Waisse; Motzi Eklöf (2019)
Homeopathy in Sweden and Brazil, 1880–1930: ‘Golden ages’ with radically different implications. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB002385906/) unapi

Article Daniel Normark (2019)
Mobilising skill and making skill mobile: Crafoord’s surgical tours in South America, 1950–1965. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB162163774/) unapi

Article Jaime E. Bortz (2019)
Transit of knowledge and de-centred science: The journeys of the Swedish physician Ernst Georg Åberg. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB983065933/) unapi

Article Carlos Haag (2019)
The English hunger for desolate places: The Royal Society Mato Grosso Expedition, 1967–1969. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB724671348/) unapi

Article Cristiana Loureiro de Mendonça Couto; Ana Maria Alfonso-Goldfarb (2019)
Coffee—riches and sorrows: How diseases and pests contributed to science, technology and innovation at the turn of the twentieth century in São Paulo, Brazil. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB015235911/) unapi

Article Liliana Schifter (2019)
Cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) as medicine in New Spain and Europe, 1500s–1600s. Lychnos. (/isis/citation/CBB430604589/) unapi

Article Tevebring, Frederika (2012)
Unveiling the Goddess. Artemis of Ephesus as a Symbol of Nature at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century. Lychnos (pp. 153-166). (/isis/citation/CBB001320378/) unapi

Article Silverbark, Thord Heinonen (2012)
Den naturliga skapelsen. Tidig svensk darwinism och religiös liberalism. Lychnos (pp. 53-86). (/isis/citation/CBB001320376/) unapi

Article “Alla mina bemödanden hafva strandat emot okunnigheten, lȧgheten och egennyttan.” Hur allmogen beskrevs av provinsialläkare i Sverige 1840--1900 och fyra funktioner av dessa beskrivningar (2012). Lychnos (pp. 33-52). (/isis/citation/CBB001320375/) unapi

Article Nordlund, Christer (2012)
Motiv för vetenskapshistoria. Civilisationsdiagnos, vetenskapsanalys och kunskapsöversättning. Lychnos (pp. 207-231). (/isis/citation/CBB001320379/) unapi

Article Rosengren, Cecilia (2012)
Vad betyder en armbȧge? Om innebörden i Margaret Cavendishs frontespiser. Lychnos (pp. 7-32). (/isis/citation/CBB001320374/) unapi

Article Renqvist, Anna-Lena (2011)
Schellings begynnelser. En dynamisk historia. Lychnos (pp. 197-211). (/isis/citation/CBB001320373/) unapi

Article Heidegren, Carl-Göran (2011)
Fichte om uppfordran, erkännande och kroppen. Lychnos (pp. 155-168). (/isis/citation/CBB001320372/) unapi

Article Oittinen, Vesa (2011)
Karl Leonhard Reinhold och den tyska idealismen. Lychnos (pp. 139-154). (/isis/citation/CBB001320371/) unapi

Article Chorell, Torbjörn Gustafsson (2011)
Människans flykt frȧn naturen i C. S. Sherringtons Man on his nature. Lychnos (pp. 55-73). (/isis/citation/CBB001320369/) unapi

Article Eklöf, Motzi (2011)
Neurosis. Patienter, diagnoser och terapier i sjundedagsadventistisk vård 1935--1985. Lychnos (pp. 75-97). (/isis/citation/CBB001320370/) unapi

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