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Article Patrice Baubeau; Eric Monnet; Angelo Riva; et al. (2021)
Flight‐to‐safety and the credit crunch: A new history of the banking crises in France during the Great Depression. Economic History Review (pp. 223-250). (/isis/citation/CBB619097743/) unapi

Article Candis Callison (2020)
The Twelve-Year Warning. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 129-137). (/isis/citation/CBB783611694/) unapi

Article Robert Peckham (2020)
The Crisis of Crisis: Rethinking Epidemics from Hong Kong. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 658-669). (/isis/citation/CBB572762308/) unapi

Article Matthias Heymann; Per Högselius; Elena Kochetkova; et al. (January 2020)
Challenging Europe: Technology, Environment, and the Quest for Resource Security. Technology and Culture (pp. 282-294). (/isis/citation/CBB684553203/) unapi

Article James Williams (2020)
Humanity, Technology, and Nature: A Recipe for Crises?. Icon: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology (pp. 8-28). (/isis/citation/CBB162974913/) unapi

Article Guillaume Lachenal; Gaëtan Thomas (2020)
Epidemics Have Lost the Plot. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 670-689). (/isis/citation/CBB884806812/) unapi

Article Karena Kalmbach; Andreas Marklund; Anna Åberg (January 2020)
Crises and Technological Futures: Experiences, Emotion, and Action. Technology and Culture (pp. 272-281). (/isis/citation/CBB840285088/) unapi

Article Yali Li; Gideon Shelach-Lavi; Ronnie Ellenblum (2019)
Short-Term Climatic Catastrophes and the Collapse of the Liao Dynasty (907–1125): Textual Evidence. Journal of Interdisciplinary History (pp. 591-610). (/isis/citation/CBB169928251/) unapi

Article Deborah R. Coen (2016)
Big is a Thing of the Past: Climate Change and Methodology in the History of Ideas. Journal of the History of Ideas (pp. 305-321). (/isis/citation/CBB837855745/) unapi

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