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Book Di Lu (2023)
The Global Circulation of Chinese Materia Medica, 1700–1949: A Microhistory of the Caterpillar Fungus. (/isis/citation/CBB827481563/) unapi

Article Verena Lehmbrock (2023)
Paying attention to each other. An essay on the transnational intersections of industrial economy, subjectivity, and governance in East Germany's social-psychological training. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences (pp. 283-300). (/isis/citation/CBB240020894/) unapi

Book John Krige (2022)
Knowledge Flows in a Global Age: A Transnational Approach. (/isis/citation/CBB585167797/) unapi

Article Sigrid Schmalzer (2022)
The Global Comrades of Mr. Democracy and Mr. Science: Placing May Fourth in a Transnational History of Science Activism. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 305-326). (/isis/citation/CBB229057405/) unapi

Article Ulrich Päßler (2022)
A Prusso-French Connection: The Scientific Friendship between Alexander von Humboldt and François Arago. Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 192-207). (/isis/citation/CBB671072516/) unapi

Article Margaret Cook (2022)
Australia's Entanglement in Global Cotton. Agricultural History (pp. 29-53). (/isis/citation/CBB701066924/) unapi

Article Juri Auderset; Peter Moser (2022)
Exploring Agriculture in the Age of Industrial Capitalism: Swiss Farmers and Agronomists in North America and the Transnational Entanglements of Agricultural Knowledge, 1870s to 1950s. Agricultural History (pp. 91-127). (/isis/citation/CBB094971085/) unapi

Article Germán Vergara; Alberto Lafón (2022)
Living on the Edge: A Transnational Perspective on the Mexican Wolf and Its Near-Extinction. Environmental History (pp. 314-319). (/isis/citation/CBB404801613/) unapi

Book Yuriko Furuhata (2022)
Climatic Media: Transpacific Experiments in Atmospheric Control. (/isis/citation/CBB365768068/) unapi

Book Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent; Soraya Boudia; Kyoko Sato (2022)
Living in a Nuclear World: From Fukushima to Hiroshima. (/isis/citation/CBB495982580/) unapi

Article Martin Bush (2022)
Mary Proctor and the Cawthron observatory project: A lost history of the Mount Stromlo Observatory. Historical Records of Australian Science (pp. 12-22). (/isis/citation/CBB715399997/) unapi

Article Nina Vestberg (2022)
Seeing, Saving, and Remembering Barnardo’s Children: Technologies of Access and Preservation in Historical Research. Scientia Canadensis: Journal of the History of Canadian Science, Technology, and Medicine (pp. 83-104). (/isis/citation/CBB306779620/) unapi

Article John Alekna (October 2022)
Neither Nation nor Empire: Situating Shanghai Radio in a Global Technological Moment, 1922–25. Technology and Culture (pp. 1078-1105). (/isis/citation/CBB667521946/) unapi

Book Sandra Bärnreuther (2021)
Substantial Relations: Making Global Reproductive Medicine in Postcolonial India. (/isis/citation/CBB296718154/) unapi

Book Ana Grgić (2021)
Early Cinema, Modernity and Visual Culture: The Imaginary of the Balkans. (/isis/citation/CBB801755694/) unapi

Book Arne Kaijser; Markku Lehtonen; Jan-Henrik Meyer; et al. (2021)
Engaging the Atom: The History of Nuclear Energy and Society in Europe from the 1950s to the Present. (/isis/citation/CBB782335181/) unapi

Book Marie Cronqvist; Rosanna Farbøl; Casper Sylvest (2021)
Cold War Civil Defence in Western Europe: Sociotechnical Imaginaries of Survival and Preparedness. (/isis/citation/CBB341595049/) unapi

Book Benjamin Fraser; Steven D. Spalding (2021)
Transnational Railway Cultures: Trains in Music, Literature, Film, and Visual Art. (/isis/citation/CBB183561378/) unapi

Chapter John D. Schwetman (2021)
Chapter 3. A Genealogy of Apocalyptic Trains: Snowpiercer and Its Precursors in the Transnational Literature of Transport. In: Transnational Railway Cultures: Trains in Music, Literature, Film, and Visual Art. (/isis/citation/CBB666945558/) unapi

Article Jeffrey Bartos (2021)
The Accumulated Knowledge of a Thousand Generations: U.S. Mining Engineers as Public Intellectuals, 1885–1920. Technology and Culture (pp. 1172-1198). (/isis/citation/CBB750493860/) unapi


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