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Science and society: politics, law, and economics -- 18th century

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Article Garritt Van Dyk (2021)
A Tale of Two Boycotts: Riot, Reform, and Sugar Consumption in Late Eighteenth-Century Britain and France. Eighteenth-Century Life (pp. 51-68). (/isis/citation/CBB574317716/) unapi

Article Paul Rubinson (2021)
Mistress of the Sciences, Asylum of Liberty: Joseph Priestley, Human Rights, and Science in the Early U.S. Republic. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 484-506). (/isis/citation/CBB478162217/) unapi

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Life after Gravity: Isaac Newton's London Career. (/isis/citation/CBB507204608/) unapi

Chapter Irina Podgorny (2021)
Change and Continuity: The Bureaucracy of Knowledge in South America. (pp. 127-148). (/isis/citation/CBB085445692/) unapi

Chapter GREG CLINGHAM (2021)
Commerce and Cosmology on Lord George Macartney’s Embassy to China, 1792–1794. (pp. 190-220). (/isis/citation/CBB981223825/) unapi

Article Sebastian Felten (2020)
Sustainable Gains: Dutch Investment and Bureaucratic Rationality in Eighteenth-Century Saxon Mines. Journal for the History of Knowledge (p. 14). (/isis/citation/CBB056193954/) unapi

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Swansea Copper: A Global History. (/isis/citation/CBB336671042/) unapi

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Nature Mistaken: Resource-Making, Emotions and the Transformation of Peatlands in the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union. Environment and History (pp. 359-382). (/isis/citation/CBB975736525/) unapi

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The right way to practice natural history. Pehr Kalm: a Linnaean reformer of academic studies in Finland. (pp. 176-197). (/isis/citation/CBB261863063/) unapi

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Philippe Pinel's portrayals according to nineteenth-century French and American pamphlets. (pp. 198-214). (/isis/citation/CBB531373854/) unapi

Chapter Mikkel Munthe Jensen (2020)
Contesting the universality of European academic degrees. The case of Nordic doctoral degrees during the long eighteenth century. (pp. 139-161). (/isis/citation/CBB723601974/) unapi

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Technoscience in History: Prussia, 1750–1850. (/isis/citation/CBB945116323/) unapi

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"Educato a magnanimi sensi": Nicola Fiorentino illuminista del dissenso. (/isis/citation/CBB580678362/) unapi

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Euler and d’Alembert — Brothers Only in Mind. Acta Baltica historiae et philosophiae scientiarum (pp. 106-126). (/isis/citation/CBB669654030/) unapi

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The History of Science and the History of Bureaucratic Knowledge: Saxon Mining, Circa 1770. History of Science (pp. 403-431). (/isis/citation/CBB103245872/) unapi


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