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Article John P. DiMoia (April 2021)
"Difficult Heritage" & Selective Elision: The Seoul Power Plant. Technology and Culture (pp. 561-572). (/isis/citation/CBB799372141/) unapi

Book Thomas Simpson (2021)
The Frontier in British India: Space, Science, and Power in the Nineteenth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB821194883/) unapi

Article Freddy Foks (2020)
Constructing the Field in Interwar Social Anthropology: Power, Personae, and Paper Technology. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 717-739). (/isis/citation/CBB371835573/) unapi

Book Jonathan M. Metzl (2020)
Étouffer la révolte: La psychiatrie contre les Civils Rights, une histoire du contrôle social. (/isis/citation/CBB840020850/) unapi

Article Micah S Muscolino (2020)
The Contradictions of Conservation: Fighting Erosion in Mao-Era China, 1953–66. Environmental History (pp. 237-262). (/isis/citation/CBB933304768/) unapi

Article Thibaud Boncourt; Paulo Ravecca (2020)
Power, politics, and the development of political science in the Americas. Science in Context (pp. 95-100). (/isis/citation/CBB320781687/) unapi

Book Will Rollason (2019)
Motorbike People: Power and Politics on Rwandan Streets. (/isis/citation/CBB156641304/) unapi

Article Mattia Andreoletti; David Teira (2019)
Rules versus Standards: What Are the Costs of Epistemic Norms in Drug Regulation?. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 1093-1115). (/isis/citation/CBB881753075/) unapi

Article David Moats; Liz McFall (2019)
In Search of a Problem: Mapping Controversies over NHS (England) Patient Data with Digital Tools. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 478-513). (/isis/citation/CBB339833803/) unapi

Article Jenny Andersson; Erik Westholm (2019)
Closing the Future: Environmental Research and the Management of Conflicting Future Value Orders. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 237-262). (/isis/citation/CBB589179620/) unapi

Article Alexander Rushforth; Thomas Franssen; Sarah de Rijcke (2019)
Portfolios of Worth: Capitalizing on Basic and Clinical Problems in Biomedical Research Groups. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 209-236). (/isis/citation/CBB805796865/) unapi

Article Amy Adams Quark (2019)
Outsourcing Regulatory Decision-making: “International” Epistemic Communities, Transnational Firms, and Pesticide Residue Standards in India. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 3-28). (/isis/citation/CBB678564374/) unapi

Article Ashlyn Jaeger (2019)
(Re)Producing Cyborgs: Biomedicalizing Abortion through the Congressional Debate over Fetal Pain. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 74-96). (/isis/citation/CBB770211028/) unapi

Book Chris Miller (2019)
Putinomics: Power and Money in Resurgent Russia. (/isis/citation/CBB072110552/) unapi

Article Allain J. Barnett; Melanie G. Wiber (2019)
What Scientists Say about the Changing Risk Calculation in the Marine Environment under the Harper Government of Canada (2006-2015). Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 29-51). (/isis/citation/CBB359628559/) unapi

Book Mark Maguire; Ursula Rao; Nils Zurawski (2018)
Bodies as Evidence: Security, Knowledge, and Power. (/isis/citation/CBB090684871/) unapi

Article Sandra Robinson (2018)
Databases and Doppelgängers: New Articulations of Power. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 411-440). (/isis/citation/CBB779695946/) unapi

Article Janet Abbate (October 2018)
Code Switch: Alternative Visions of Computer Expertise as Empowerment from the 1960s to the 2010s. Technology and Culture (pp. 134-159). (/isis/citation/CBB903684763/) unapi

Article Natalie B. Aviles (September 2018)
Situated Practice and the Emergence of Ethical Research: HPV Vaccine Development and Organizational Cultures of Translation at the National Cancer Institute. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 810-833). (/isis/citation/CBB981072036/) unapi

Article Carmen McLeod; Sarah Hartley (July 2018)
Responsibility and Laboratory Animal Research Governance. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 723-741). (/isis/citation/CBB564349730/) unapi

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