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University of Wisconsin at Madison

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Thesis Emily S. Hutcheson (2023)
The Living Seas: Marine Algae, Symbiosis and the Modern Conception of Coral Reefs 1880-1930. (/isis/citation/CBB004699922/) unapi

Thesis Jeffrey T. Maddock (2023)
Engineering the Body, Mind, and Soul: Engineering's Endurance in a Technoscientific Society and the Creation of New Entities Through Power/Knowledge Assemblages and Practical Scientific Technologies in Education. (/isis/citation/CBB062821458/) unapi

Thesis Scott Gerard Prinster (2021)
Reading the Bible Scientifically: Science and the Rise of Modern Biblical Criticism in the Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century United States. (/isis/citation/CBB558685393/) unapi

Thesis Mark H. Summers (2021)
Reframing Relics: Visible and Material Sanctity in Monstrance Reliquaries. (/isis/citation/CBB728845713/) unapi

Article Anthony Lattis (2020)
Constructing the Electric Eye: Situating the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s Wisconsin Collection of Photoelectric Detectors in Historical Context. Journal for the History of Astronomy (pp. 423-460). (/isis/citation/CBB105949398/) unapi

Thesis D. O. McCullough (2020)
“Distinct from the School Experience” The Development of Pedagogical Authority through Teacher Programs at the American Museum of Natural History, 1880–1962. (/isis/citation/CBB103459398/) unapi

Thesis Kate E. Wersan (2019)
Between the Calendar and the Clock, an Environmental History of American Timekeeping in the Nineteenth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB715387504/) unapi

Thesis Emily L. Howell (2019)
Science & the Authoritarian: Deference to Scientific Authority & How It Disables Democratic Deliberation on Controversial Science Issues. (/isis/citation/CBB957399527/) unapi

Thesis John P. Ivens (2018)
Making the Modern Person: The Tyler Rationale, Curriculum Studies, and Cybernetic Systems. (/isis/citation/CBB037051293/) unapi

Thesis William Bruce (2015)
Industry, Community, and the Sacred: Life Outside the City Walls at Sardis. (/isis/citation/CBB209154335/) unapi

Thesis Meshoulam, David (2014)
“Teaching Physics as One of the Humanities”: The History of (Harvard) Project Physics, 1961--1970. (/isis/citation/CBB001567569/) unapi

Thesis Nelson, G. Blair (2014)
Infidel Science! Polygenism in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Weekly Religious Press. (/isis/citation/CBB001567654/) unapi

Article Daniel Lee Kleinman; Noah Weeth Feinstein; Greg Downey (2013)
Beyond Commercialization: Science, Higher Education and the Culture of Neoliberalism. Science and Education (pp. 2385-2401). (/isis/citation/CBB611406325/) unapi

Thesis Raby, Megan (2013)
Making Biology Tropical: American Science in the Caribbean, 1898--1963. (/isis/citation/CBB001567461/) unapi

Thesis Stuhl, Andrew (2013)
Empires on Ice: Science, Nature, and the Making of the Arctic. (/isis/citation/CBB001567488/) unapi

Thesis Kaplan, Judith R. H. (2012)
Language Science and Orientalism in Imperial Germany. (/isis/citation/CBB001560884/) unapi

Thesis Backer, Kellen (2012)
World War II and the Triumph of Industrialized Food. (/isis/citation/CBB001560661/) unapi

Thesis Aso, Michitake (2011)
Forests without Birds Science, Environment, and Health in French Colonial Vietnam. (/isis/citation/CBB001560839/) unapi

Thesis Ruis, Andrew R. (2011)
Eating to Learn, Learning to Eat: School Meals and Nutrition Policy in the United States, 1900--1946. (/isis/citation/CBB001567263/) unapi

Thesis Doherty, Meghan C. (2010)
Carving Knowledge: Printed Images, Accuracy, and the Early Royal Society of London. (/isis/citation/CBB001567175/) unapi

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