Transactions of the IsisCB: Battle of the Bots

Issue 1.5

In recent months, you may have noticed that the CB Explore was running slowly. You may have hit refresh and wondered if your internet connection was perhaps to blame. But in fact, the problem would have been caused by an overwhelming amount of internet traffic generated by bots, software applications that mimic human users’ behavior very quickly on a large scale. It is estimated that about half of all internet traffic today comes from bots. Web-crawling is their most common use, and this has risen dramatically with the growth of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

I asked CB developer and digital humanist Julia Damerow to tell me a little bit more about bots and how they have been slowing access to the CB. Here is a lightly edited transcript of our exchange.

JK: So what are bots? What is the motivation?

JD: Internet bots…craw[l] the internet by requesting a page, extracting the links on that page, and then making new requests to those links…Many bots are useful and necessary, for example, Google has bots that index all pages of the internet so that you can search them. Without bots there would be no Google. However, not all bots are useful or “good.” Some try to gather sensitive information or try to bring down websites for various reasons.

JK: Do “good” bots and “bad” bots work in different ways?

JD: Good bots typically follow certain etiquette rules to be respectful and to not put too much stress on a system…they make a limited number of requests per minute, they identify themselves as a bot, and they typically make their requests from the same IP address…Bad bots don’t follow these rules…this makes it very hard to block them if the number of requests becomes too much for the system. In the worst case, the system becomes unresponsive.

JK: So this is what happened to the CB?

JD: Yes. Too many bots made too many requests in a short timeframe, so that our servers couldn’t handle the load and became unresponsive.

JK: What’s the solution?

JD: The solution for now has been to require the user to login to use the search. The bots…have not (yet) been smart enough to create accounts and enter username and/or password information into our login form. By removing the possibility for bots to use the IsisCB search, we have successfully cut down the requests that are being sent to the IsisCB system…

Julia is currently working on additional fronts (e.g. caching) that will hopefully allow staff to restore open searching to unregistered users soon—openness being a defining value of the project as a whole. In the meanwhile, there may be silver linings: more saved searches and a tool better calibrated to the community it serves.

Taking a step back from the particulars of RAM and CPU power, I have been thinking: not only does this issue impact research in the history of science, it is part of the unfolding of that history, deserving of our critical attention. With this in mind, I am featuring books and articles below that address the history of automation and computing in various ways. Following these are lists of citations added to the database during the month of March.

—Judy Kaplan, Editor

Featured Books

Geoghegan’s intellectual history of the interface between humanistic research and informatics has attracted a lot of attention since it appeared last year. Alpaydin’s book is a primer on AI for anyone feeling new to the topic. Kitchin’s collection of essays is notable for its style, which is that of a storyteller.

Featured Articles

Ten of the recent articles published on AI appeared in a 2023 special issue on the subject in Acta Historica Leopoldina—an example is given here. I also draw your attention to a playful meditation on the environmental impacts of AI by Helen Burgess.

March 2024 Citations

Books

Beyond the top concept tags shown here, the list below reflects interest in outer space, the history of slavery, and armor.

Concepts
(18) Historical archaeology
(16) Astronomy
(14) Business history
(10) Technology and society
(9) Translations
(8) Science and society
Time Periods
(31) 19th century
(24) 21st century
(19) 20th century
(19) 18th century
(10) Early modern
(10) Medieval
Institutions
(1) General Electric Company
(1) Case di San Giorgio
(1) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
(1) Great Britain. Board of Longitude
(1) International Council of Scientific Unions
(1) Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) (Study group: U.S.)

Antczak, Konrad A. Islands of salt : Historical archaeology of seafarers and things in the Venezuelan Caribbean, 1624-1880. Sidestone Press, 2019. ISBN:9789088908163.

Anton, Andreas, John Elliott, and Michael Schetsche. Meeting the Alien: An Introduction to Exosociology. Springer VS, 2023. ISBN:9783658413163.

Ballestero, Andrea . A Future History of Water. Duke University Press, 2019. ISBN:9781478003892.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Tuning and Temperament: Practice vs Science. 1450-2020. Gangemi Editore, 2023. ISBN:9788849246018.

Barrado Navascués, David. Cosmography in the Age of Discovery and the Scientific Revolution. Springer Nature, 2023. ISBN:9783031298851.

Barrett, Edward. Ceremonial swords of Britain : State and civic swords. The History Press, 2017. ISBN:9780750962445.

Barrett, Katy. Looking for Longitude: A Cultural History. Liverpool University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781802070538.

Benincasa, Fabrizio, Matteo De Vincenzi, and Gianni Fasano. Paralipomeni della meteorologia. Ovvero Le parole dimenticate della meteorologia. CNR Edizioni, 2023. ISBN:9788880805618.

Birkbak, Andreas (ed.) and Irina Papas (ed.). Democratic Situations. Mattering Press, 2022. ISBN:9781912729302.

Breckinridge, James B. and Alec M. Pridgeon. With Stars in Their Eyes: The Extraordinary Lives and Enduring Genius of Aden and Marjorie Meinel. Oxford University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780190915674.

Brennecka, Greg. Impact: How Rocks from Space Led to Life, Culture, and Donkey Kong. William Morrow, 2022. ISBN:9780063078925.

Bruno, Andy. Tunguska: A Siberian Mystery and Its Environmental Legacy. Cambridge University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781108840910.

Bussotti, Paolo and Brunello Lotti. Cosmology in the Early Modern Age: A Web of Ideas. Springer Nature, 2023. ISBN:9783031121951.

Capwell, Tobias. Armour of the English knight, 1400-1450. Thomas Del Mar Ltd., 2015. ISBN:9780993324604.

Carannante, Salvatore. Warburg, Leonardo, il Rinascimento. Edizioni Della Normale, 2023. ISBN:9788876427589.

Carlton, Howard. Cosmology and the Scientific Self in the Nineteenth Century: Astronomic Emotions. Springer Nature, 2022. ISBN:9783031052804.

Carolino, Luís Miguel. Geo-heliocentric controversies : the Jesuits, Tycho Brahe and the confessionalisation of science in seventeenth-century Lisbon. Edizioni Ca’ Foscari Venice University Press, 2023. ISBN:9788869696626.

Carugo, Oliviero Italo. Stanislao Cannizzaro. Chimica e rivoluzione. Aracne, 2024. ISBN:9791221811896.

Catricalà, Valentino. Le meraviglie dell’Avanguardia. Arte e tecnologia all’inizio del Novecento. Carocci Editore, 2024. ISBN:9788829022526.

Cerro, Giovanni. Tra natura e cultura. Degenerazione, eugenetica e razza in Giuseppe Sergi (1841-1936). Edizioni ETS, 2024. ISBN:9788846767622.

Chabás, José and Marie-Madeleine Saby. The Tables of 1322 by John of Ligneres: An Edition With Commentary. Brepols Publishers, 2023. ISBN:9782503596099.

Ciardi, Marco and Andrea Sani. Incontri ravvicinati tra scienza e cinema. Hoepli, 2023. ISBN:9788836014774.

Ciocci, Argante. Federico Commandino: umanesimo matematico e rivoluzione scientifica. Urbino University Press, 2023. ISBN:9788831205146.

Cockell, Charles S. (ed.). The Institutions of Extraterrestrial Liberty. Oxford University Press, 2023. ISBN:9780192897985.

Colafrancesco, Sonia. La Capsula eburnea nella tradizione inglese medievale. Edizioni dell’Orso, 2023. ISBN:9788836133390.

Colucci, Mario and Pierangelo Di Vittorio. Franco Basaglia. Pensiero, pratiche, politica. Meltemi, 2024. ISBN:9791256150038.

Contadini, Didier. Julien Offray de La Mettrie: Saggio sulla sua formazione filosofica. Mimesis, 2023. ISBN:9788857599359.

Conway, Erik M., Donald K. Yeomans, and Meg Rosenburg. A History of Near-Earth Objects Research: NASA Planetary Defense Coordination Office. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA History Division, 2022. ISBN:9798843880965.

Daston, Lorraine J. Against Nature. The MIT Press, 2019. ISBN:9780262537339.

Delle, James A. (ed.) and Elizabeth C. Clay (ed.). Archaeology of domestic landscapes of the enslaved in the Caribbean. University Press of Florida, 2019. ISBN:9781683400912.

Donzé, Pierre-Yves (ed.), Joanne Roberts (ed.), and Véronique Pouillard (ed.). The Oxford handbook of luxury business. Oxford University Press, 2020. ISBN:9780190932220.

Dooren, Thom Van (ed.) and Matthew Chrulew (ed.). Kin: Thinking with Deborah Bird Rose. Duke University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781478015420.

Droessler, Holger. Coconut colonialism : Workers and the globalization of Samoa. Harvard University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780674263338.

Dupont, Colin. Cartographie et pouvoir au XVI e siècle: L’Atlas de Jacques de Deventer (Cartography and power in the 16th century: The Atlas of Jacques de Deventer). Brepols, 2019. ISBN:9782503586069.

Earls, Nick. William Robinson, A New Perspective. William Robinson Gallery, 2018. ISBN:9780858560062.

Edwards, Justene Hill. Unfree markets : The slaves’ economy and the rise of capitalism in South Carolina. Columbia University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780231191128.

Emmett, Robert S. and David E. Nye. The Environmental Humanities: A Critical Introduction. MIT Press, 2017. ISBN:9780262534208.

Fennell, Christopher C. The archaeology of craft and industry. University Press of Florida, 2021. ISBN:9780813069043.

Fennelly, Katherine. An archaeology of lunacy : Managing madness in early nineteenth-century asylums. Manchester University Press, 2019. ISBN:9781526126498.

Flores-Villalobos, Joan. The silver women : How Black women’s labor made the Panama Canal. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023. ISBN:9781512823639.

Franzen, John G. The archaeology of the logging industry. University Press of Florida, 2020. ISBN:9780813066585.

Fraser, Gordon. Star Territory: Printing the Universe in Nineteenth-Century America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021. ISBN:9780812252927.

Freud, Sigmund, Karl Abraham, Mario Bottone (ed.), et al. Lettere 1907-1925. Edizione integrale. Alpes, 2024. ISBN:9788865319093.

Frischmann, Brett and Evan Selinger. Re-Engineering Humanity. Cambridge University Press, 2016. ISBN:9781107147096.

Galadini, Fabrizio. Le infauste miniere e i balli sismici. Cosimo De Giorgi e l’Abruzzo (1875-1899). Edizioni Kirke, 2023. ISBN:9788897393825.

Galen, Vincent Barras (ed.), and Terpsichore Birchler (ed.). Tempéraments : Traités sur la composition des corps. Georg, 2021. ISBN:9782940527199.

Galiano, Paolo. I codici alchemici di Frate Elia. Simmetria Edizioni, 2022. ISBN:978889915275.

Gamba, Enrico and Vico Montebelli. Piero della Francesca, matematico. Egea Editore, 2022. ISBN:9788823847026.

Ganzert, Chiara Santucci. Johann Caspar Goethe e il ‘suo’ viaggio in Italia. Mauro Pagliai Editore, 2023. ISBN:9788856405255.

Garfi, Salvatore. Conflict landscapes : An archaeology of the international brigades in the Spanish civil war. Archaeopress Publishing Ltd., 2019. ISBN:9781789691344.

Ghalandari, Hanif. al-Kharaqī’s Muntahá al-idrāk fī taqāsīm al-aflāk (The Utmost Attainment on the Divisions of the Orbs): The First Comprehensive Hayʾa Work on Ptolemaic Cosmology. Written Heritage Research Institute (Miras-e Maktoob), 2020. ISBN:9786002031907.

Gilbert, Claire M. In good Faith: Arabic translation and translators in early modern Spain. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020. ISBN:9780812252460.

Glover, Gareth (ed.) and Paul Morrison (ed.). A New System of Cavalry Swordsmanship by Lt-Col Charles Edward Radclyffe 1st (Royal) Dragoons. Ken Trotman Publishing, 2019.

Goss, W. M., Claire Hooker, and Ronald D. Ekers. Joe Pawsey and the Founding of Australian Radio Astronomy: Early Discoveries, from the Sun to the Cosmos. Springer, 2023. ISBN:9783031079153.

Gowing, Laura. Ingenious trade : Women and work in seventeenth-century London. Cambridge University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781108486385.

Graff, Garrett M. UFO: The Inside Story of the US Government’s Search for Alien Life Here―and Out There. Simon & Schuster, 2023. ISBN:9781982196776.

Graheli, Shanti (ed.). Buying and selling : The business of books in early modern Europe. Brill, 2019. ISBN:9789004340329.

Gryta, Thomas and Ted Mann. Lights out : Pride, delusion, and the fall of General Electric. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2020. ISBN:9780358250418.

Hanselmann, Frederick H. Captain Kidd’s lost ship: the wreck of the Quedagh Merchant. University Press of Florida, 2019. ISBN:9780813056227.

Haqq-Misra, Jacob. Sovereign Mars: Transforming Our Values through Space Settlement. University Press of Kansas, 2022. ISBN:9780700633906.

Harris, John. The last slave ships : New York and the end of the middle passage. Yale University Press, 2020. ISBN:9780300247336.

Heisenberg, Werner, Max Born, Erwin Schrödinger, et al. Discussione sulla fisica moderna. Bollati Boringhieri, 2024. ISBN:9788833928920.

Hill, John. The Recumbent Stone Circles of Aberdeenshire: Archaeology, Design, Astronomy and Methods. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021. ISBN:9781527567405.

Hutchinson, Dale L. American health and wellness in archaeology and history. University Press of Florida, 2022. ISBN:9780813069142.

Jensen, John Odin. Stories from the Wreckage: a Great Lakes maritime history inspired by shipwrecks. Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2019. ISBN:9780870209024.

Kalinowski, Marc. Maître de Huainan: Traité des figures célestes. Les Belles Lettres, 2022. ISBN:9782251453729.

Kapstein, Ethan B. Exporting capitalism : Private enterprise and US foreign policy. Harvard University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780674251632.

Kawano, Ginko (ed.) and Mariko Ogawa (ed.). Josei kenkyūsha shienseisaku no kokusaihikaku: Nihon no genjou to kadai [International Comparison of Policies to Support Women Researchers]. Akashi Shoten, 2021. ISBN:9784750353029.

Kelly, Alexandra Celia. Consuming ivory : Mercantile legacies of East Africa and New England. University of Washington Press, 2021. ISBN:9780295748771.

Kennett, Carolyn. Uranus and Neptune. Reaktion Books, 2023. ISBN:9781789146417.

Kitchin, Rob. Data Lives: How Data Are Made and Shape Our World. Policy Press, 2021. ISBN:9781529215144.

Kogure, Tomokazu. The History of Modern Astronomy in Japan. Springer, 2021. ISBN:9783030570606.

Kūshyār ibn Labbān, al-Jīlī and Benno van Dalen (ed.). Ptolemaic Tradition and Islamic Innovation: The Astronomical Tables of Kushyar ibn Labban. Brepols Publishers, 2022. ISBN:9782503593418.

Ladner, Charles L. This Dark Star: Thomas Digges, the Scientific Revolution, and the Infinite Universe. Xlibris, 2022. ISBN:9781669826460.

Lechevalier, Sébastien (ed.). Innovation beyond technology : Science for society and interdisciplinary approaches. Springer, 2019. ISBN:9789811390524.

Lecküchner, Hans and Jeffrey L. Forgeng. The art of swordsmanship. Boydell & Brewer, 2015. ISBN:9781783270286.

Lienemann, Robert Paul. Moravian Gunmaking II: Bethlehem to Christian’s Spring. Kentucky Rifle Foundation, 2018.

Martins, Roberto de Andrade, Maria Elice Brezinski Prestes (ed.), and Cibelle Celestino Silva (ed.). An Educational Blend of Pseudohistory and History of Science and Its Application in the Study of the Discovery of Electromagnetism. Springer, 2018.

Martins, Roberto de Andrade. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science I. Quamcumque Editum, 2021. ISBN:9786599689017.

Mikulski, Krzysztof. Nicolaus Copernicus: Social Milieu, Background, and Youth. Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, 2023. ISBN:9788323149880.

Moffat, Ralph. Medieval arms & armour: a sourcebook. Volume I, The fourteenth century. The Boydell Press, an imprint of Boydell, 2022. ISBN:9781783276769.

Montmerle, Thierry and Yi Zhou. China and the International Astronomical Union: Divorce, Separation and Reconciliation. Springer, 2023. ISBN:9783031017896.

Moral, Alejandro J. Gómez del. Buying into change : Mass consumption, dictatorship, and democratization in Franco’s Spain, 1939-1982. University of Nebraska Press, 2021. ISBN:9781496205063.

Morrison, Dane Anthony. Eastward of Good Hope : Early America in a dangerous world. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021. ISBN:9781421442365.

Nassaney, Michael S. (ed.). Fort St. Joseph revealed: the historical archaeology of a fur trading post. University Press of Florida, 2019. ISBN:9780813056425.

Ní Mheallaigh, Karen. The Moon in the Greek and Roman Imagination: Myth, Literature, Science and Philosophy. Cambridge University Press, 2020. ISBN:9781108483032.

Nothaft, C. Philipp E. A Fourteenth-Century Chronologer and Critic of Astrology: Heinrich Selder’s Treatise on the Time of the Lord’s Annunciation, Nativity, and Passion. Oxford University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780192844149.

Nothaft, C. Philipp E. Graeco-Arabic Astronomy for Twelfth-Century Latin Readers: Ptolomeus et multi sapientum (Abraham Ibn Ezra Latinus) — Robert of Chester, Liber canonum, pt. II. Brill, 2022. ISBN:9789004526921.

O’Malley, Nancy. Boonesborough unearthed : Frontier archaeology at a Revolutionary fort. The University Press of Kentucky, 2019. ISBN:9780813177618.

O’Sullivan, John and De Witt Bailey. Robert Wogdon, Wogdon & Barton, John Barton, London Gunmakers 1764-1819. Bonhams, 2019. ISBN:9781527237407.

Orchiston, Wayne (ed.) and Mayank Vahia (ed.). Exploring the History of Southeast Asian Astronomy: A Review of Current Projects and Future Prospects and Possibilities. Springer, 2021. ISBN:9783030627768.

Orchiston, Wayne (ed.), Aniket Sule (ed.), and Mayank Vahia (ed.). The Growth and Development of Astronomy and Astrophysics in India and the Asia-Pacific Region. Springer, 2019. ISBN:9789811336454.

Orenstein, Dara. Out of stock : The warehouse in the history of capitalism. The University of Chicago Press, 2019. ISBN:9780226662879.

Otisk, Marek and Seweryn Blandzi (ed.). Arithmetic in the Thought of Gerbert of Aurillac. Peter Lang, 2022. ISBN:9783631858165.

Pezzarossi, Heather Law (ed.) and Russell N. Sheptak (ed.). Indigenous persistence in the colonized Americas: material and documentary perspectives on entanglement. University of New Mexico Press, 2019. ISBN:9780826360427.

Phillips, Adam. On Getting Better. Picador, 2022. ISBN:9781250838872.

Phillips, Adam. On Wanting to Change. Picador, 2022. ISBN:9780374172046.

Pitteloud, Sabine. Les multinationales Suisses dans l’arène politique 1942-1993 [Swiss multinationals in the political arena, 1942–1993]. Droz, 2022. ISBN:9782600063289.

Polk, Michael R., Molly Boeka Cannon, Kenneth P. Cannon, et al. Rails east to Ogden: Utah’s transcontinental railroad story. U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake Field Office, 2021.

Prak, Maarten Roy and J. L. van Zanden. Pioneers of capitalism : The Netherlands 1000-1800. Princeton University Press, 2023. ISBN:9780691229874.

Ragsdale, Bruce A. Washington at the plow : The founding farmer and the question of slavery. 2021. ISBN:9780674246386.

Raspadori, Paolo. Gli uomini dell’acciaio. Lavoro e relazioni industriali alla Terni, 1900-1914. Il Formichiere, 2024. ISBN:9788831248815.

Reddy, Ravinder. Arms & Armour of India, Nepal & Sri Lanka: Types, Decoration and Symbolism. Hali Publications Ltd., 2018. ISBN:9781898113850.

Reilly, Matthew C. Archaeology below the cliff : Race, class, and Redlegs in Barbadian sugar society. The University of Alabama Press, 2019. ISBN:9780817320287.

Richardson, David. Principles and Agents: the British slave trade and its abolition. Yale University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780300250435.

Riekher, Rolf (ed.), Wolfgang R. Dick (ed.), and Jürgen Hamel (ed.). Der Briefwechsel Georg von Reichenbachs: Briefe und Dokumente aus der Ära Fraunhofer, Reichenbach und Utzschneider Band 2. Akademische Verlagsanstalt (AVA), 2021. ISBN:9783944913605.

Riekher, Rolf (ed.), Wolfgang R. Dick (ed.), and Jürgen Hamel (ed.). Der Briefwechsel Joseph von Fraunhofers: Briefe und Dokumente aus der Ära Fraunhofer, Reichenbach und Utzschneider Band 1. Akademische Verlagsanstalt (AVA), 2017. ISBN:9783944913551.

Roach, Stephen S. Accidental Conflict : America, China, and the clash of false narratives. Yale University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780300259643.

Rømer, Ole Christensen, Claus Fabricius (ed.), Jørgensen Niels Therkel (ed.), et al. Ole Rømer’s Triduum. Society for Danish Language and Literature, 2023. ISBN:9788775330607.

Rosa, Fernando and Alessandra Parodi. Essere in una pandemia. Filosofia, medicina e Covid-19. Franco Angeli, 2024. ISBN:9788835149279.

Rosenberg, Anat. The rise of mass advertising : Law, enchantment, and the cultural boundaries of British modernity. Oxford University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780192858917.

Rothman, Joshua D. The ledger and the chain : How domestic slave traders shaped America. Basic Books, Hachette Book Group, 2021. ISBN:9781541616615.

Ryzewski, Krysta. Detroit remains : Archaeology and community histories of six legendary places. The University of Alabama Press, 2022. ISBN:9780817321048.

Sahle, Esther. Quakers in the British Atlantic world, c.1660-1800. The Boydell Press: Cambridge University Library, 2021. ISBN:9781783275861.

Schiavon, Martina and Colette Le Lay. Le Bureau des longitudes en société (1795-1932). France. Bureau des Longitudes, 2022. ISBN:9782491688103.

Schroder, Timothy. ‘A marvel to behold’: gold and silver at the court of Henry VIII. The Boydell Press, an imprint of Boydell, 2020. ISBN:9781783275076.

Scott, Jeffrey. The Posthuman Body in Superhero Comics: Human, Superhuman, Transhuman, Post/Human. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. ISBN:9781137549501.

Shew, Ashley. Animal Constructions and Technological Knowledge. Lexington Books, 2017. ISBN:9781498543118.

Slater, Dan. From development to democracy : The transformations of modern Asia. Princeton University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780691167602.

Smith, Edmond. Merchants: The community that shaped England’s trade and empire, 1550-1650. Yale University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780300257953.

Sparnacci, Giuseppe. Ci fu rechata e messa nella pila. Lo Spedale degli Innocenti 5 febbraio 1445 – 17 ottobre 1450. Società Editrice Fiorentina, 2024. ISBN:9788860327406.

Stahl, Peter W., Diego Quiroga, Victor D. Thompson, et al. Historical ecology and archaeology in the Galápagos Islands: a legacy of human occupation. University Press of Florida, 2020. ISBN:9780813066271.

Steinicke, Wolfgang. William Herschel: Discoverer of the Deep Sky. Books on Demand, 2021. ISBN:9783754397374.

Stone, Erin Woodruff. Captives of conquest : Slavery in the early modern Spanish Caribbean. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021. ISBN:9780812253108.

Suter, Scott Hamilton. A potter’s progress: Emanuel Suter and the business of craft. The University of Tennessee Press, 2019. ISBN:9781621905257.

Taviani, Carlo. The making of the modern corporation : The Casa di San Giorgio and its legacy (1446-1720). Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2022. ISBN:9781032198927.

Tegmark, Max. Life 3.0 – Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. Alfred A. Knopf, 2017. ISBN:978110196596.

Tomich, Dale W., Rafael de Bivar Marquese, Reinaldo Funes Monzote, et al. Reconstructing the landscapes of slavery : A visual history of the plantation in the nineteenth-century Atlantic world. The University of North Carolina Press, 2021. ISBN:9781469663111.

Topp, Benjamin. Venenum de manibus credulorum extorquere. Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: Disputationes adversus astrologos I-IV. Osnabrück University Press, 2022. ISBN:9783847114000.

Turner, Anthony J. (ed.), James Nye (ed.), and Jonathan Betts (ed.). A General History of Horology. Oxford University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780198863915.

Vanden Bout, Paul A., Robert L. Dickman, and Adele L. Plunkett. The ALMA Telescope. Cambridge University Press, 2023. ISBN:9781009279680.

Webster, Maud. Heritage and the existential need for history. University Press of Florida, 2021. ISBN:9780813066844.

Weik, Terrance M. (ed.). The archaeology of removal in North America. University Press of Florida, 2019. ISBN:9780813056395.

Whitaker, Cord J. Black metaphors : How modern racism emerged from medieval race-thinking. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019. ISBN:9780812251586.

Wiener, Anna. Uncanny Valley: A Memoir. MCD Books, 2020. ISBN:9780374278014.

Woolgar, Steve (ed.), Else Vogel (ed.), David Moats (ed.), et al. The Imposter as Social Theory: Thinking with Gatecrashers, Cheats and Charlatans. Bristol University Press, 2021. ISBN:9781529213072.

Zarucchi, Jeanne Morgan. The material culture of tableware : Staffordshire pottery and American values. Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2018. ISBN:9781350041271.

Zuidervaart, Huibert Jan and Oscar T. Matsuura. Astronomer, Cartographer and Naturalist of the New World: The Life and Scholarly Achievements of Georg Marggrafe (1610-1643) in Colonial Dutch Brazil. Volume 1: Life, Work and Legacy.. Amsterdam University Press, 2022. ISBN:9789463722186.

Articles

March was a busy month! Some 550 article citations were added to the CB—too many to scan easily. We have broken down the list by the (main) journals indexed to make it easier for readers to find relevant literature.

Acta Historica Leopoldina

Adam, Marie-Hélène. “Roboter-Hausfrauen und Vorstadt-Cyborgs: Gender und KI in Die Frauen von Stepford (1975 und 2004) (Robot Housewives and Suburban Cyborgs: Gender and AI in The Stepford Wives (1975 and 2004)).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 83 (2023): 109-126.

Arnold, Florian. “Diagrammatik, Designphilosophie und Deep Learning: Eine Hypothese (Diagrammatics, Design Philosophy and Deep Learning: A Hypothesis).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 83 (2023): 39-48.

Bogner, Alexander. “Legitimer und illegitimer Dissens Zu einem aktuellen Problem der Wissenschaft(sforschung) (Legitimate and illegitimate dissent. On a current problem of science (research)).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 82 (2023): 49-69.

Böschen, Stefan. “Offensiver Dilettantismus: Entgrenzung von Wissensproduktion und die Frage nach Verlässlichkeit und kollektiver Urteilsbildung (Offensive amateurism: Dissolving the boundaries of knowledge production and the question of reliability and collective judgment ).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 82 (2023): 71-87.

Brocke, Anna. “Plausibilisierung wissenschaftsexterner Risiko- kommunikation zu Teilchenbeschleunigern des CERN und zu Atomkraftwerken, 1955 – 1965 (Plausibilisation of non-scientific risk communication on CERN particle accelerators and nuclear power plants, 1955 – 1965).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 82 (2023): 131-157.

Conforti, Maria. “Surgery, Surgeons and Physicians: Cases and Experiences in the Miscellanea curiosa, 1670–1679.” Acta Historica Leopoldina 81 (2022): 139-156.

Debru, Claude. “Verlässlichkeit in der biomedizinischen Forschung: Ein Zwischenruf zu negativen Ergebnissen und zur Replizierbarkeit von Resultaten (Reliability in biomedical research: An interjection on negative results and the replicability of results).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 82 (2023): 125-130.

Gramelsberger, Gabriele. “Künstliche Intelligenz, Computerspiele und Sozialität (Artificial intelligence, computer games and sociality.).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 83 (2023): 21-37.

Heidenreich, Hauke. “Protestantischer Atheismus?: Ernst Haeckels Monismus zwischen Wissenschaft und Machtpolitik (Protestant atheism?: Ernst Haeckel’s monism between science and power politics).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 84 (2023): 11-31.

Hoffmann, Florian. “Künstliche Intelligenz als religiöses Problem?: Ein Beitrag zur politologischen Aufklärung (Artificial intelligence as a religious problem: A contribution to political enlightenment).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 83 (2023): 177-193.

Janssen, Maike and Eckhard Geitz. “KI-Gesundheitssystem-Netzwerke: Für eine strategische Neubestimmung des Informed Consent (AI health system networks: For a strategic redefinition of informed consent).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 83 (2023): 149-166.

Jappe, Arlette and Thomas Heinze. “Verlässliches Expertenwissen für die Hochschulpolitik? Aktuelle Befunde zur bibliometrischen Forschungsevaluation in Europa (Reliable expert knowledge for higher education policy? Current findings on bibliometric research evaluation in Europe).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 82 (2023): 89-103.

Leber, Christoffer. “Walter Ulbricht in der Villa Medusa: Zur ambivalenten Rezeption des Monismus in der DDR (Walter Ulbricht in the Villa Medusa: On the ambivalent reception of monism in the GDR).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 84 (2023): 127-147.

Maclean, Ian. “Verlagshäuser, Buchmessen, Akademien, Zeitschriften : Die Dissemination englischer Medizin und Naturphilosophie in der zweiten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts (Publishing houses, book fairs, academies, journals : the dissemination of English medicine and natural philosophy in the second half of the 17th century).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 81 (2022): 37-67.

Müller, Uwe. “Philipp Jacob Sachs von Lewenhaimb (1627–1672): Studienreise, Korrespondenznetzwerk, Begründung der Zeitschrift der Leopoldina (Philipp Jacob Sachs von Lewenhaimb (1627-1672): Study trip, correspondence network, founding of the Leopoldina journal).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 81 (2022): 111-138.

Nordmann, Alfred. “Verdientes und verspieltes Vertrauen – Gegen die Verkürzung der Wissenschaft auf ihre Verlässlichkeit (Earned and squandered trust – against the reduction of science to its reliability).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 82 (2023): 13-23.

Pfau, Dinah and Helen Piel. “Vernetzte Künstliche Intelligenz: Frühe bundesdeutsche KI-Forschung von den 1960er bis Ende der 1980er Jahre (Networked Artificial Intelligence: Early German AI research from the 1960s to the end of the 1980s).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 83 (2023): 77-107.

Rösinger, Luna. “Autonome Maschinen als „Normadressaten“?: Eine Erinnerung an die Bedeutung von Autonomie als Selbstgesetzgebung für das Rechtsverständnis (Autonomous machines as “norm addressees”? A reminder of the importance of autonomy as self-legislation for the understanding of law).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 83 (2023): 167-176.

Seising, Rudolf. “KI – Kapriolende Intelligenz – Kapriolende Information (AI – Capricious Intelligence – Capricious Information).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 83 (2023): 49-75.

Sontopski, Natalie and Amelie Goldfuss. “Imitatoren des Menschlichen: Eine Historie der stereotypen Reproduktion von assistierender Weiblichkeit in Design und Technologie (Imitators of the human: A History of the Stereotypical Reproduction of Assistive Femininity in Design and Technology).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 83 (2023): 127-147.

Stahl, Heiner. “Ernst Haeckel – Medienstar: Popularisierungen von (Natur-)Wissenschaft in den Massenmedien Buch und Zeitschrift zwischen 1891 und 1910 (Ernst Haeckel – media star: Popularisations of (natural) science in the mass media book and magazine between 1891 and 1910).” Acta Historica Leopoldina 84 (2023): 33-51.

Vivian, John Christopher. ““eine Propaganda der Liebe und des Lichtes…”: On the Reception of Haeckel’s Popularization of Science in California around 1900 : The San Francisco ‘Bohemians’ as Haeckel’s American Disciples.” Acta Historica Leopoldina 84 (2023): 53-99.

Watts, Elizabeth Marie. “Lessons Learned beyond the Controversy: How an Examination of Ernst Haeckel’s Work Can Be Applied to Modern Science Education and Communication Practice.” Acta Historica Leopoldina 84 (2023): 149-164.

Weindling, Paul J. “Social Darwinism as Disputed Legacy: Divergences over Ernst Haeckel under National Socialism.” Acta Historica Leopoldina 84 (2023): 101-125.

Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science

Bobovnik, Nena. “The Suspicious Substrate: Calcidius on Grasping Matter.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 57, no. 1 (2024): 1-24.

Bornholdt, Jon. “Subjective Realism: A Possible-Worlds Interpretation of the Anti-Relativist Arguments in Plato’s Theaetetus.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 1 (2023): 75-104.

Buren, Franziska van. “Circular Motion and Circular Thought: A Synthetic Approach to the Fifth Element in Aristotle’s de Philosophia and de Caelo.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 1 (2023): 15-42.

Carbone, Andrea Libero. “Aristotle’s Logic of Biological Diversity.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 3 (2023): 621-642.

Chame, Santiago. “The Non-kinetic Origins of Aristotle’s Concept of Ἐνέργεια.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 3 (2023): 469-494.

Finley, Robby. “Competing Roles of Aristotle’s Account of the Infinite.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 57, no. 1 (2024): 25-54.

González González, Francisco José. “From Dunamis as Active/Passive Capacity to Dunamis as Nature in Aristotle’s Metaphysics Theta.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 4 (2023): 785-825.

Griffin, Michael James. “Natural Inseparability in Aristotle, Metaphysics E.1, 1026a14.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 2 (2023): 261-297.

MacFarlane, Ian. “Plato’s Timaeus and the Limits of Natural Science.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 3 (2023): 495-517.

Marinescu, Rareș Ilie. “Nature as an Instrumental Cause in Proclus.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 4 (2023): 673-692.

Panayides, Christos. “The Dispute Over the Part-Whole Puzzle in Aristotelian Hylomorphism and Ackrill’s Problem: The Argument in Metaphysics Z 17, 1041b11-33.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 2 (2023): 235-260.

Piazzalunga, Arianna. “Chrysippus’ Theory of Cosmic Pneuma: Some Remarks in Light of Medical and Biological Doctrines on Respiration, Digestion and Pulse.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 3 (2023): 431-467.

Ravilochan, Aparna. “Unseating the Craftsman: Natural Efficient Cause in Aristotle’s Craft Analogy.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 1 (2023): 1-14.

Sassi, Maria Michela. “Blood and the Awareness of Perception. From Early Greek Thought to Plato’s Timaeus.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 2 (2023): 163-186.

Schriefl, Anna and Mor Segev. “Aristotle on the Beginning of Animal Life and Soul Activities.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 3 (2023): 587-619.

Scott, Calloway B. “The Body, Experience, and the History of Dream-Science in Artemidorus’ Oneirocritica.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 1 (2023): 131-161.

Vassallo, Christian. “Measuring the End: Heraclitus and Diogenes of Babylon on the Great Year and Ekpyrosis.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 4 (2023): 643-671.

Zhmud, Leonid. “The Menaechmi.” Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 56, no. 3 (2023): 577-586.

Arms and Armour Society Journal

Arp, Don. “The Bloomfield Throwing Knife. Analyzing an Improvised Shuriken to Appreciate the Derived Artifact.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 1 (2016): 62-69.

Ballard, John M. and Julian Bennett. “An Investigation of the Weights of Pattern 1907 Bayonets made in the UK around the First World War Period.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 14, no. 2 (2017): 206-222.

Ballin, Torben Bjarke. “Gunflints from Drottningen af Swerige (1745) and Concordia (1786).” Arms and Armour Society Journal 11, no. 1 (2014): 44-67.

Bennett, Julian and John M. Ballard. “British Pattern 1907 Bayonets Marked to the Royal Air Force: An Archaeo-Historical Investigation.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 19, no. 2 (2022): 198-219.

Bennett, Stephen. “Under or Over (or Both)? Textile Armour and the Warrior in the High Middle Ages.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 20, no. 1 (2023): 35-53.

Clifford, Bridget. “The Tower at War 1914–18: Foreman Buckingham Goes To War.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 1 (2015): 45-52.

Curl, Michael S. “Late Medieval Lance Use: Mounted Combat and Martial Arts in Western Europe from the 14th to the 16th Century.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 16, no. 1 (2019): 27-55.

Cvikel, Deborah, D. Ashkenazi, V. Spiegelman, et al. “Flintlock brass fittings from the 19th-century Akko 1 shipwreck, Israel.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 14, no. 2 (2017): 138-164.

Dellar, Richard. “The Sword of Lieutenant Abraham Ludlow, 2nd (or Royal North British) Dragoons, 1797.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 2 (2015): 136-144.

Dikkes, Elsabeth Alicia. “Between war and patronage: the life of Caspar Kohl, etcher of arms and armour.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 19, no. 2 (2022): 146-169.

Dowen, Keith, Lech Marek, Sławomir Słowiński, et al. “Two Twelfth-Century Kite Shields from Szczecin, Poland.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 16, no. 2 (2019): 121-148.

Dupras, Nickolas. “The Blind Basinet: A New Interpretation of Royal Armouries IV.2.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 1 (2016): 14-27.

Ferguson, Jonathan S. “‘Trusty Bess’: the Definitive Origins and History of the term ‘Brown Bess’.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 14, no. 1 (2017): 49-69.

Ferguson, Jonathan. “The Blanch–Chevallier Discharger: A Shoulder-Fired Grenade Launcher for the Trenches.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 11, no. 2 (2014): 187-199.

Ferguson, Jonathan. “The Danzig Gun: A Rare Decorated Bronze Handgun of the 15th Century.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 2 (2015): 97-102.

Flutter, Mark Murray. “The Welrod .32 silent pistol.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 19, no. 1 (2022): 92-115.

Godwin, Brian. “Thomas Fitzpatrick – Gunsmith of Dublin.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 2 (2016): 111-123.

Goodwin, Peter. “The Practice and Power of Firing Broadsides in British Men of War During the Age of Fighting Sail.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 1 (2016): 48-61.

Gordon, Robert B. “Fabricated Cannon Revived and Then Abandoned in the Antebellum United States.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 19, no. 2 (2022): 170-184.

Hall, Nicholas. “The French 75 mm Modèle 1897 Field Gun.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 1 (2015): 4-21.

Impey, Edward. “A Castle in the Air? The Building, Arms, Action and Incident on the Eleventh-Century ‘Castle’ Capital from Westminster Hall.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 2 (2016): 75-97.

Jenzen-Jones, N. R. “The King George V Gensuitō: An Imperial Japanese rarity in the Royal Collection.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 19, no. 2 (2022): 185-197.

Lee, David. “The American Naval Boarding Axe.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 19, no. 1 (2022): 64-91.

Magrath, Philip. “Ordnance, B.L., 18-inch Howitzer, Mark I: The Last of the Super-Heavies.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 2 (2015): 181-195.

Marek, Lech. “Duel to the Death? The Emblematic Decoration of Fifteenth Century Pole Hammers.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 19, no. 2 (2022): 118-145.

McGhee, Lauren. “Conserving a Late Eighteenth–Early Nineteenth Century Indian Helmet: A Technical Study.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 2 (2016): 157-176.

Mercer, Malcolm and Thom Richardson. “Greek Armour at the Tower.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 1 (2016): 3-13.

Nicolle, David C. “A Khanjar of Ibrāhīm Ibn Ilyās Ibn Asad Ibn Sāmān dated 246 AH (28th March 860 to 17th March 861 AD).” Arms and Armour Society Journal 19, no. 1 (2022): 1-19.

Oliveira, António Conduto. “The Elusive Musekin—Interpreting a Mysterious Piece of Medieval Armour.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 20, no. 1 (2023): 54-73.

Pedlow, Gregory W. “The Rise and Fall of the Duke of Richmond’s Musket: Britain’s Finest but Least Known Flintlock Musket.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 2 (2016): 124-142.

Piper, Lauren. “Tailored for Combat: The Conservation of an Elizabethan Jack of Plate.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 16, no. 2 (2019): 196-218.

Punt, Jeroen. “A Portrait of a Helmet: A Funerary Helmet from the Northern Netherlands.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 14, no. 1 (2017): 34-48.

Raber, Michael S. ““It would be impossible to estimate the value of these works…” Mass Production at Springfield Armory during the American Civil War.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 14, no. 1 (2017): 70-98.

Richardson, Thom. “A British Expeditionary Force Armour.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 11, no. 2 (2014): 142-146.

Richardson, Thom. “Armour in Henry V’s Great Wardrobe.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 1 (2015): 22-29.

Richardson, Thom. “Royal Armouries Acquisitions 2014.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 1 (2015): 90-93.

Roads, Adrian. “Musket, Rank and File for Foot Guards, Lovell’s Pattern of 1838. Ne’er a Shot Fired in Anger?.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 14, no. 2 (2017): 101-137.

Rossi, Cesare, Sergio Savino, Arcangelo Messina, et al. “Performance of Greek–Roman Artillery.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 1 (2015): 67-89.

Sim, David N. and Jaime Kaminski. “The Production and Deposition of the Guisborough Helmet.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 14, no. 1 (2017): 1-33.

Smithurst, Peter. “France, Russia and Early Interchangeability in Firearms.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 16, no. 2 (2019): 165-174.

Smithurst, Peter. “Thomas Firth and Sons — Steelmakers to the Arms Industry Part 1 — Smallarms — Enfield, Government Contractors and Others.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 2 (2016): 143-156.

Southwick, Leslie. “New Light on the Gold Sword of Major George Wilson.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 2 (2015): 145-180.

Southwick, Leslie. “New Light on the Swordmakers, Goldsmiths and Jewellers, John Ray and James Montague, Active in Partnership in London 1800–1821, With a New and Extended List of Their Known Work.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 11, no. 2 (2014): 90-141.

Southwick, Leslie. “Original Sword Designs, Now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Entered in Competition to Make Admiral Seymour’s City of London Sword of Honour in 1882.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 14, no. 2 (2017): 165-205.

Spencer, Dan. “The Tower of London and Firearms in the Reign of Edward IV.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 2 (2016): 98-110.

Sutherland, Tim. “The Towton Battle — A Reinterpretation.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 2 (2015): 124-135.

Traynor, Lisa. “The Archduke and the Bullet-Proof Vest: 19th-Century Innovation Versus 20th-Century Firepower.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 11, no. 2 (2014): 147-163.

Viallon, Marina. “A German High Tournament Saddle in the Royal Armouries, Leeds.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 2 (2015): 103-123.

Warming, Rolf Fabricius. “The Viking Age shields from the ship burial at Gokstad: a re-examination of their construction and function.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 20, no. 1 (2023): 11-34.

Weaver, David S. and Brian Godwin. “John Cookson, gunmaker.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 19, no. 1 (2022): 43-63.

Weaver, David S. and Brian Godwin. “Thomas Green, Gunmaker, and Persecuted Popish Recusant.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 20, no. 1 (2023): 74-89.

Williams, David. “A St-Étienne Made Pattern 1853 Rifle Musket.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 11, no. 1 (2014): 40-43.

Williams, David and Brian Godwin. “Dual-Ignition Musket Locks Including a Matchlock — a Note on their Design and Utility.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 11, no. 1 (2014): 4-16.

Williams, David and David Harding. “The Enfield Lock Barrel Mill of 1815 and Moves to Replace Musket Barrel Grinding by Turning c1780 to c1840.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 15, no. 1 (2018): 22-57.

Williams, David and Paul Wilcock. “Early 18th-Century Military or Militia Pistols in the Armoury of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry at Boughton House: An Important Example of the Products of the London—Low Countries Supply Chain.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 1 (2015): 30-44.

Williams, David J. “Henry Nock, Walter Dick and Charles Lennox, The Duke of Richmond, and the Journey to the Final Designs of the Nock screwless lock.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 13, no. 1 (2016): 28-47.

Worley, John. “The Chemistry of Swords: Using Analytical Chemistry Techniques to Investigate Medieval Swords.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 12, no. 1 (2015): 53-66.

Wren, Stephen. “A Forgotten ‘Merchant of Death’. Auguste Schriever, the deal-maker of Liège.” Arms and Armour Society Journal 20, no. 1 (2023): 90-105.

Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte

Bock von Wülfingen, Bettina. “Circulation of Coronavirus Images: Helping Social Distancing?.” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte 46, no. 2-3 (2023): 259-282.

Callaerts, Nephtali, Alexandre Hocquet, and Frédéric Wieber. ““Conducted Properly, Published Incorrectly”: The Evolving Status of Gel Electrophoresis Images Along Instrumental Transformations in Times of Reproducibility Crisis.” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte 46, no. 2-3 (2023): 233-258.

Gennermann, Paulina S. “Becoming Natural: The Naturalization of Synthetic Flavors in the Twentieth Century and the Introduction of Konsumstoff.” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte 46, no. 4 (2023): 303-319.

Grote, Mathias, Anke te Heesen, and Dieter Hoffmann. “Bausteine zu einer Oral History der Wissenschaftsgeschichte Interview mit Dieter Hoffmann (Building blocks for an oral history of the history of science Interview with Dieter Hoffmann).” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte 46, no. 4 (2023): 378-412.

Kaye, Aleksandra. “Shaping Public Perception: Polish Illustrated Press and the Image of Polish Naturalists Working in Latin America, 1844–1885.” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte 46, no. 2-3 (2023): 158-180.

Muka, Samantha K. “Pics or It Didn’t Happen: Reading Photographs in the Reef Tank Community.” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte 46, no. 2-3 (2023): 181-205.

Nyhart, Lynn K. “Commentary: Visual Cultures, Publication Technologies, and Legitimation in the Life Sciences.” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte 46, no. 2-3 (2023): 283-293.

Steiner, Katharina and Lukas Engelmann. “Circulation as a Visual Practice.” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte 46, no. 2-3 (2023): 143-157.

Book History

Aslanian, Sebouh David. “Port Cities and Printers: Reflections on Early Modern Global Armenian Print Culture.” Book History 17, no. 1 (2014): 51-93.

Bellido, Jose. “The Editorial Quest for International Copyright (1886–1896).” Book History 17, no. 1 (2014): 380-405.

Benedict, Nora C. “MercadoLibre and the Democratization of Books: A Critical Reading of New Material Affordances and Digital Book History.” Book History 24, no. 1 (2021): 177-208.

Bode, Katherine. “Thousands of Titles Without Authors: Digitized Newspapers, Serial Fiction, and the Challenges of Anonymity.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 284-316.

Bolker, Jamie M. “Dreiser’s Paper and the Bureaucratization of Identity.” Book History 21, no. 1 (2018): 317-342.

Bordelon, David. “Transatlantic Dickens; or, Travels Through Nineteenth-Century Book History in America.” Book History 23, no. 1 (2020): 99-129.

Broude, Ronald. “Ballard, Lully, and the Books that Helped Change How We Think about Music.” Book History 24, no. 2 (2021): 297-319.

Brouillette, Sarah. “Wattpad, Platform Capitalism, and the Feminization of Publishing Work.” Book History 26, no. 2 (2023): 419-438.

Bull, Sarah. “Content Generation in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.” Book History 26, no. 2 (2023): 324-361.

Colligan, Colette. “Digital Discovery and Fake Imprints: Unmasking Turn-of-the-Century Pornographers in Paris.” Book History 22, no. 1 (2019): 249-279.

Dai, Lianbin. “China’s Bibliographic Tradition and the History of the Book.” Book History 17, no. 1 (2014): 1-50.

Darnton, Robert. “The Travels of a Publisher’s Sales Rep, 1775–76.” Book History 20, no. 1 (2017): 111-125.

Daskalova, Mila. “Printing as Poison, Printing as Cure: Work and Health in the Nineteenth-Century Printing Office and Asylum.” Book History 24, no. 1 (2021): 58-84.

Dietrich, Lucas. “”At the Dawning of the Twentieth Century”: W.E.B. Du Bois, A.C. McClurg & Co., and the Early Circulation of The Souls of Black Folk.” Book History 20, no. 1 (2017): 307-329.

Dwiggins, John L. “A Traveler’s Guide to the American Military Establishment: The U.S. Military Academy at West Point as Viewed Through Antebellum American Travel Literature, 1820–1860.” Book History 17, no. 1 (2014): 250-271.

Eddy, Matthew Daniel. “The Interactive Notebook: How Students Learned to Keep Notes during the Scottish Enlightenment.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 86-131.

Eve, Martin Paul. “New Leaves: Riffling the History of Digital Pagination.” Book History 25, no. 2 (2022): 479-502.

Frost, Simon. “Economising in Public: Publishing History as a Challenge to Scientific Method.” Book History 17, no. 1 (2014): 365-379.

Fulton, R. E. “Donald A. Wollheim’s Authoritative Universe: Editors, Readers, and the Construction of the Science Fiction Paperback, 1926–1969.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 349-383.

Gabriele, Alberto. “Mary Elizabeth Braddon at the Antipodes: Cosmopolitan Cultural Transfers and the Restructuring of the Nineteenth-Century Book Industry.” Book History 21, no. 1 (2018): 150-183.

Garcia, John J. “Subscribing to Empire: The Global Expansion of American Subscription Publishing.” Book History 24, no. 1 (2021): 85-114.

Hand, Charlotte. “Reorienting “Lost” Time: Reading Godey’s Lady’s Book in the American Civil War.” Book History 25, no. 1 (2022): 172-208.

Harris, Jeffrey Ryan. “The Pilgrim’s Progress in the Huguenot Diaspora: French Protestants and the Transnational Commodification of English Nationalism.” Book History 21, no. 1 (2018): 29-55.

Herdman, Jenna M. “Henry Mayhew and the Participatory Reading Culture of Victorian Investigative Journalism.” Book History 25, no. 1 (2022): 209-237.

Highland, Kristen Doyle. “In the Bookstore: The Houses of Appleton and Book Cultures in Antebellum New York City.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 214-255.

Hill, Matthew. “The Book Trade in the Colonial Philippines.” Book History 20, no. 1 (2017): 40-82.

Isaac, Jessica. “Graphing the Archives of Nineteenth-Century Amateur Newspapers.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 317-348.

Kallendorf, Craig. “Humanism, Painting, and the Book as Physical Object in Renaissance Culture.” Book History 23, no. 1 (2020): 1-39.

Kirschenbaum, Matthew and Sarah Werner. “Digital Scholarship and Digital Studies: The State of the Discipline.” Book History 17, no. 1 (2014): 406-458.

Koivunen, Leila. “Visualizing the Stanley-Livingstone Meeting: The Birth and Lives of an Iconic Scene in Print Media and Beyond since 1872.” Book History 23, no. 1 (2020): 130-168.

Krätli, Graziano. “Between Quandary and Squander: A Brief and Biased Inquiry into the Preservation of West African Arabic Manuscripts: The State of the Discipline.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 399-431.

Lastoria, Amanda. “Lewis Carroll, Art Director: Recovering the Design and Production Rationales for Victorian Editions of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” Book History 22, no. 1 (2019): 196-225.

Lear, Bernadette A. “Libraries and Reading Culture at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 1879–1918.” Book History 18, no. 1 (2015): 166-196.

Liddle, Dallas. “The News Machine: Textual Form and Information Function in the London Times, 1785–1885.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 132-168.

Lindia, Matthew S. “Following Orders: A History of Amharic Typing.” Book History 25, no. 2 (2022): 425-442.

Lowe, Bronwyn. “”Books That Civilize as Well as Satisfy”: Surveying Children’s Reading Habits in 1940s and 1950s Australia and New Zealand.” Book History 20, no. 1 (2017): 374-393.

Lubelski, Sarah. “The Bentley Schema: Inside a Newly Industrialized Firm.” Book History 25, no. 1 (2022): 96-127.

Mackintosh, Will B. “The Prehistory of the American Tourist Guidebook.” Book History 21, no. 1 (2018): 89-124.

Manley, K. A. “Infidel Books and “Factories of the Enlightenment”: Censorship and Surveillance in Subscription and Circulating Libraries in an Age of Revolutions, 1790–1850.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 169-196.

Manoukian, Jennifer. “Literary Translation and the Expansion of the Ottoman Armenian Reading Public, 1853–1884.” Book History 25, no. 1 (2022): 128-171.

Mattison, J. R. “Books in Books: The Idea of the Book in the Fifteenth-Century English Visual Imagination.” Book History 24, no. 2 (2021): 267-296.

McCay, Kelly Minot. “”All the World Writes Short Hand”: The Phenomenon of Shorthand in Seventeenth-Century England.” Book History 24, no. 1 (2021): 1-36.

McDonald, Peter D. “Semper Aliquid Novi: Reclaiming the Future of Book History from an African Perspective.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 384-398.

McGrath, Anthony. “Using Religious Art as Pictorial Evidence for Medieval Book History.” Book History 18, no. 1 (2015): 33-47.

McHenry, Elizabeth. ““Out of the business once established could grow various enterprises”: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Ed. L. Simon & Co. Printers.” Book History 24, no. 2 (2021): 405-450.

Muenchrath, Anna. “Cut, Copyright, Paste: Proliferating Print Networks in Susan Howe’s “Melville’s Marginalia”.” Book History 24, no. 2 (2021): 476-498.

O’Donnell, Angel-Luke. “The Politics of the Print Medium: The Professional Code and the 1764 Paxton Boys Debate.” Book History 22, no. 1 (2019): 66-99.

Piper, Andrew, Chad Wellmon, and Mohamed Cheriet. “The Page Image: Towards a Visual History of Digital Documents.” Book History 23, no. 1 (2020): 365-397.

Plock, Vike Martina. “Virginia Woolf, Penguin Paperbacks, and Mass Publishing in Mid-Century Britain.” Book History 25, no. 1 (2022): 238-268.

Prasad, Ritika. “Railway Bookselling and the Politics of Print in India: The Case of A.H. Wheeler.” Book History 24, no. 1 (2021): 115-145.

Reed, Jordan M. “The History of the Textbook: The State of the Discipline.” Book History 21, no. 1 (2018): 397-424.

Schwartz, Kathryn A. “Did Ottoman Sultans Ban Print?.” Book History 20, no. 1 (2017): 1-39.

Senchyne, Jonathan. “Paper Nationalism: Material Textuality and Communal Affiliation in Early America.” Book History 19, no. 1 (2016): 66-85.

Sopcak-Joseph, Amy. “Reconstructing and Gendering the Distribution Networks of Godey’s Lady’s Book in the Nineteenth Century.” Book History 22, no. 1 (2019): 161-195.

Squires, L. Ashley. “All the News Worth Reading: The Christian Science Monitor and the Professionalization of Journalism.” Book History 18, no. 1 (2015): 235-272.

Tahkokallio, Jaakko. “Counting Scribes: Quantifying the Secularization of Medieval Book Production.” Book History 22, no. 1 (2019): 1-42.

Taylor, Jordan E. “Hiding in Paine Sight: Jonathan Shipley’s Forgotten Bestsellers and the Print Culture of the American Revolution.” Book History 25, no. 2 (2022): 297-324.

Wager, Anna. “Photographs, Pens, and Print: William Morris and the Technologies of Typography.” Book History 21, no. 1 (2018): 245-277.

Wang, Fang. “How Late Imperial Chinese Literati Read Their Books: Inscribing, Collating, Excerpting.” Book History 24, no. 2 (2021): 320-351.

Warkentin, Germaine. “Galen’s De Indolentia and The Fire of 192 CE: Through the Eyes of Book History.” Book History 25, no. 1 (2022): 1-30.

Weber, Millicent. “”Reading” the Public Domain: Narrating and Listening to Librivox Audiobooks.” Book History 24, no. 1 (2021): 209-243.

Yale, Elizabeth E. “The History of Archives: The State of the Discipline.” Book History 18, no. 1 (2015): 332-359.

Zazzera, Elizabeth Della. “Translating Revolutionary Time: French Republican Almanacs in the United States.” Book History 18, no. 1 (2015): 75-102.

Business History Review

Cole, Isabel and Walter A. Friedman. “A Guide to the History of Industrial Slavery in the United States.” Business History Review 97, no. 2 (2023): 385-409.

Edwards, Justene Hill. ““This Slavery Business Is a Horrible Thing”: The Economy of American Slavery in the Lives of the Enslaved.” Business History Review 97, no. 2 (2023): 307-334.

Everill, Bronwen and Khadidiatou Diedhiou. “Profiting from Slavery and Emancipation: Compensation, Capital, and Collateral in Nineteenth-Century Senegal.” Business History Review 97, no. 2 (2023): 335-361.

Gardner, Leigh. “Slavery, Coercion, and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Business History Review 97, no. 2 (2023): 199-223.

Milor, Alice. “Ownership Matters: French Governments and Automotive Industrialists Facing the Japanese Challenge, 1974–1986.” Business History Review 96, no. 4 (2022): 833-855.

Radburn, Nicholas. “The British Gunpowder Industry and the Transatlantic Slave Trade.” Business History Review 97, no. 2 (2023): 363-384.

Roberts, Carolyn. “Pharmaceutical Captivity, Epistemological Rupture, and the Business Archive of the British Slave Trade.” Business History Review 97, no. 2 (2023): 283-305.

Rönnbäck, Klas and Oskar Broberg. “From Defensive to Transformative Business Diplomacy: The British South Africa Company and the End of Chartered Company Rule in Rhodesia, 1910–1925.” Business History Review 96, no. 4 (2022): 777-803.

Sammons, Franklin. “Book Review: The Overseas Trade of British America: A Narrative History, by Thomas M. Truxes.” Business History Review 96, no. 4 (2022): 889-892.

Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology

Adhikari, Akrish. “Writing as Biometric: The Case of Graphology and Keystroke Dynamics.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 2 (2021): 155-178.

Brown, Paul Tolliver. “Quantum Theory and Samuel Beckett’s Endgame.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 3 (2021): 241-265.

Burgess, Helen J. “Machine Dream Anthropocene: On Taking a Bot to the MLA.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 1 (2021): 73-95.

Buse, Katherine. “Genesis Effects: Growing Planets in 1980s Computer Graphics.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 2 (2021): 201-230.

Butler, Martin, Sina Farzin, and Michael Fuchs. “PandemIcons? The Medical Scientist as Iconic Figure in Times of Crisis.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 4 (2021): 435-451.

Ciccoricco, David. “Through the Portal, and What Michael Joyce Found There.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 2 (2021): 179-199.

Cole, Lucinda . “Aliens, Plagues, One Health, and the Medical Posthumanities.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 4 (2021): 453-467.

Cooper-Smithson, Hannah. “Toward a Pandemic Poetics: Contamination, Infiltration, and Dispersal in Inger Christensen’s Alphabet.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 4 (2021): 405-416.

DiCaglio, Sara. “Breathing in a Pandemic: Covid-19’s Atmospheric Erasures.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 4 (2021): 375-387.

Falkoff, Rebecca. “Lipstick Vitalism: On the Beauty of a Different Modernity in Primo Levi’s Periodic Table.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 1 (2021): 53-72.

Ghosh, Bishnupriya. “Epidemic Frontlines: The Slow Science of Observation.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 4 (2021): 389-403.

Greene, Amanda K. “The Passing Hour: 1930s Real-Time, Vile Bodies, and the Ethics of Reading.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 2 (2021): 119-154.

Ingwersen, Moritz . “Media Exposure: Communicable Disease and Communication Networks in Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash and Don DeLillo’s White Noise.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 4 (2021): 417-433.

Ionescu, Andrei. “The Interplay of Human and Nonhuman Realities in Shaun Tan’s Tales from Outer Suburbia.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 3 (2021): 267-287.

Kasthuri, Raghavi Ravi and Anu Mary Peter. “Twelve Years of Graphic Medicine: A Conversation with Comic Nurse on the Future of Comics and Medicine.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 1 (2021): 97-106.

Klimchynskaya, Anastasia. “The Laboratory of the Mind’s Eye: Scientific Romance as Thought Experiment and Jules Verne’s Extraordinary Voyages.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 3 (2021): 289-320.

Kroløkke, Charlotte. “Fit, Fresh, and Frozen: The Rhetorics of Artificial Cold.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 1 (2021): 25-52.

Markley, Hannah. “Gut Sympathy: Anthropomorphism and Disgust in Whiting’s Memoirs of a Stomach.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 1 (2021): 1-23.

Tabone, Mark A. “Branded Communities: Colson Whitehead’s Apex Hides the Hurt and the Struggle for Utopia in the New Millennium.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 3 (2021): 321-351.

Urban, Tim, Melissa M. Littlefield, and Rajani Sudan. “Special Issue: Science, Technology, and Literature during Plague and Pandemics.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 29, no. 4 (2021): 365-373.

Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society

Candela, Andrea. “‘The Nuclear Siting Controversy’ in 1970s Italy: Historical Perspectives on Geology, Nuclear Power and Radioactive Waste.” Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society 42, no. 2 (2024): 433-459.

Hearth, Selby. “Geologists as Colonial Scouts: The Rogers Expedition to Otavi and Tsumeb, Namibia, 1892–1895.” Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society 42, no. 2 (2024): 385-415.

McIntyre, Roy W. “Durham and Northumberland on the Topographic Maps William Smith Used as Manuscript Maps in the Field and on His Published Maps.” Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society 42, no. 2 (2024): 255-290.

Rose, Edward P.F. “Military Geology: An American Term of World War I Re-Defined for the British Army at the End of World War II.” Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society 42, no. 2 (2024): 291-326.

Testa, Stephen M. “Dr. Thomas Antisell (1817–1893): 19th Century Medical Geologist.” Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society 42, no. 2 (2024): 353-384.

Viney, Mike, Dagmar Dietrich, Jim Mills, et al. “Opalized Wood from Clover Creek, Idaho: How an 1895 Fossil Tree Discovery Became the Standard of Quality for Wood-Opal in Mineralogical Collections.” Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society 42, no. 2 (2024): 416-432.

East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal

Amstutz, Andrew. “New Perspectives on Science, Medicine, and Language in Modern South Asia.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 2 (2023): 266-272.

Chen, Siyi, Yimeng Wei, and Wei Hong. “COVID-19 Making “Idols”: The Birth of Celebrity Scientists in China.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 2 (2023): 239-265.

Dan, Shao. “Red Star over Medicine: Redefining Doctor-Patient Relationship in Early CPC History (1930s–1960s).” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 2 (2023): 170-200.

“Editor’s Note.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 2 (2023): 129-129.

Fu, Mengyuan, Kunhao Yang, and Yuko Fujigaki. “Constitutive and Material: An Empirical Analysis of the Two Dimensions of the Communication on Microplastics in Japanese Journals.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 3 (2023): 352-373.

Fujigaki, Yuko. “The 2010 4S/JSSTS Joint Conference in Tokyo: Negotiation and Preparation.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 3 (2023): 374-381.

Liu, Michael Shiyung and James A. Cook. “An Introduction to War, Medicine and Modernity in East Asian Conflicts.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 2 (2023): 130-147.

Padilla, Roberto Ramon. “Efficacy vs. Ideology: The Use of Food Therapies in Preventing and Treating Beriberi in the Japanese Army in the Meiji Era.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 2 (2023): 201-221.

Pi, Kuo-Li. “Saving Chinese Medicine for Modern Warfare in China: A Study Note.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 2 (2023): 232-238.

Schillinger, Nicolas. “Microbic Mass Destruction – Biological Warfare and Epidemic Prevention in Republican China.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 2 (2023): 148-169.

Shannon, Kerry. “Reinventing “Hygiene”: The Sanitary Society of Japan and Public Health Reform During the Mid-Meiji Period.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 3 (2023): 285-306.

Soon, Wayne. “Military Medicine in East Asia: Histories of Instrumentalism, Resistance, and Agency.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal 17, no. 2 (2023): 222-231.

Ferrum

Baumer, Martin, Michael Farrenkopf, and Torsten Meyer. “Nach der Ressourcenextraktion : Forschungen und Praktiken der Rekultivierung von Bergbaufolgelandschaften im Lausitzer Braunkohlerevier (1950er- bis 1970er-Jahre) (When the digging is done: Landscape rehabilitation research and methods in the Lusatian lignite mining district, 1950-1980).” Ferrum 92 (2022): 102-111.

Burchhardt, Jørgen. “Recycling scrap for steelmaking: the case of the Danish Steel Rolling Mill.” Ferrum 92 (2022): 82-91.

Chen, Hailian. “”Rückstand” als Vehikel der Innovation: das Erdöl als Heizmittel im ausgehenden Russländischen Reich (Underdevelopment as an engine of innovation: Petroleum as a fuel in the Russian Empire, 1880-1914).” Ferrum 92 (2022): 74-81.

Chen, Hailian. “Zinc for coin and brass: a commodity chain analysis approach to studying resources in early modern Chinese history.” Ferrum 92 (2022): 38-47.

Eggimann, Franziska. “Rohstoffe erzählen Geschichte : die Materialbeschaffung bei GF als Spiegel der Firmen- und der Weltgeschichte (1899-1932) (Raw materials tell a story: Material procurement at GF as a mirror of the company’s and the world’s history (1899-1932)).” Ferrum 92 (2022): 128-137.

Heymann, Matthias. “Investigating global resource chains: the case of the global Danish plant oil complex.” Ferrum 92 (2022): 58-65.

Linneweh-Kacmaz, Bastian. “Rohstoffe und die Herausforderung globaler Märkte: Konflikte um Kautschuk in der Zwischenkriegszeit (Raw materials, global markets: The conflict over caoutchouc in the interwar period).” Ferrum 92 (2022): 66-73.

Prodöhl, Ines. “Closing remarks: 42nd History of Technology Conference “Raw materials,” Schaffhausen, November 2021.” Ferrum 92 (2022): 124-127.

Reith, Reinhold. “Vom Umgang mit Rohstoffen in der Geschichte. Strategien der Ressourcennutzung (Approaches to raw materials throughout history: Strategies of resource use).” Ferrum 92 (2022): 6-17.

Sparenberg, Ole. “Was sind eigentlich Ressourcen?: Oder: die wechselvolle Geschichte der Manganknollen 1873-2021 (How do you define a resource? The colorful history of the manganese nodule, 1873-2021).” Ferrum 92 (2022): 112-123.

Zoller-Blundell, Christopher. “The stuff of literature: raw materials and the books of the Iron Library.” Ferrum 92 (2022): 138-149.

Historical Archaeology

Adán, Leonor, Simón Urbina, Doina Munita, et al. “Correction to: Valdivia: Intercultural Relations along the Southern Frontier of the Spanish Empire in America during the Colonial Period (1552–1820).” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 2 (2021): 187-187.

Adán, Leonor, Simón Urbina, Doina Munita, et al. “Valdivia: Intercultural Relations along the Southern Frontier of the Spanish Empire in America during the Colonial Period (1552–1820).” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 2 (2021): 158-186.

Allard, Amélie and Craig N. Cipolla. “Failure and Colonialism in the North American Fur Trade: The View from Riverine Assemblages.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 1 (2021): 110-126.

Amarasinghe, Kishān Chaleendra and Rashmila Vidulani Bandara. “Death and Grief in Ceylon in the Nineteenth Century: A Case Study on the British Garrison Cemetery in Kandy.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 2 (2022): 341-359.

Ammann, Felipe Gaitán. “Trading Tones: Exploring the Soundscape of Human Trafficking in Spanish Colonial Panama.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 2 (2022): 199-216.

Aragon, Enrique. “Connecting Sunken Actors: Social Network Analysis in Maritime Archaeology.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 209-219.

Ayers-Rigsby, Sara, Rachael Kangas, Michael Savarese, et al. “Act Local: Climate-Change Policy at the County Level in South Florida.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 619-633.

Baer, Alexander. “From Gods to God: Impacts of Historical Ecology in the Christian Co-Option of Hawaiian Sacred Spaces.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 4 (2021): 490-500.

Barnes, Jodi A. “The Archaeology of Prostitution and Clandestine Pursuits.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 1 (2022): 155-158.

Beaulieu, Sarah E. “The Materiality of Mental Health at the Morrissey World War I Internment Camp.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 482-503.

Beisaw, April M. and Glynnis E. Olin. “From Alcatraz to Standing Rock: Archaeology and Contemporary Native American Protests (1969–Today).” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 3 (2020): 537-555.

Bennett, Kurt. “Examining Nineteenth-Century British Colonial-Built Ships HMS Buffalo and Edwin Fox: Two Case Studies from New Zealand.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 74-94.

Bruwelheide, Karin S., Douglas W. Owsley, Kathryn G. Barca, et al. “Restoring Identity to People and Place: Reanalysis of Human Skeletal Remains from a Cemetery at Catoctin Furnace, Maryland.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 1 (2020): 110-137.

Cochran, Lindsey E., Sarah E. Miller, Heather Wholey, et al. “Building a Foundation to Unify the Language of Climate Change in Historical Archaeology.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 473-488.

Cools, Kyla. “Material Culture and Structural Violence: Reframing Evidence of the Social Gradient in Industrial Contexts.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 648-662.

Fennell, Christopher C. “Pulpits and Stones: African American Terrains of Action and Memory.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 4 (2021): 550-564.

Franklin, Maria. “Gender, Clothing Fasteners, and Dress Practices in Houston’s Freedmen’s Town, ca. 1880–1904.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 3 (2020): 556-580.

Gagnon, Celeste Marie and Sara K. Becker. “Native Lives in Colonial Times: Insights from the Skeletal Remains of Susquehannocks, A.D. 1575–1675.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 1 (2020): 262-285.

Gaillard, Meg. “While I Breathe, I Hope: The South Carolina Archaeological Archive Flood Recovery Project.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 504-516.

Gall, Michael J., Adam Heinrich, Ilene Grossman-Bailey, et al. “The Place beyond the Fence: Slavery and Cultural Invention on a Delaware Tenant Farm.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 2 (2020): 305-333.

Gardner, A. Dudley, Martin Lammers, and William R. M. Gardner. “Excavations at Stage Stations in Southwest Wyoming and the Stage Station at Fort Bridger.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 417-432.

Gruttadauria, Andrea, Silvia Barella, Carlo Mapelli, et al. “Iron Making in Fornovolasco (Italy) at the End of the Fifteenth Century, the Canecchio Furnace, and an Artifact Characterization.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 1 (2022): 91-103.

Harper, Ross K. “The ca. 1638 Waterman Site, Marshfield, Massachusetts: The Anatomy of a Pilgrim House.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 2 (2021): 188-218.

Hemminki, Noora. “Worker-on-Worker Violence in the Early Industrial Period.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 763-781.

Horning, Audrey. “Religion, Memory, and Materiality: Exploring the Origins and Legacies of Sectarianism in the North of Ireland.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 4 (2021): 444-462.

Hosek, Lauren, Alanna L. Warner-Smith, and Cristina C. Watson. “The Body Politic and the Citizen’s Mouth: Oral Health and Dental Care in Nineteenth-Century Manhattan.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 1 (2020): 138-159.

Hunter, James W., Kieran Hosty, Rick Bullers, et al. “Unearthing South Australia’s Oldest Known Shipwreck: The Bark South Australian (1837).” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 95-125.

Janowitz, Meta F. “Typologies, Databases, and Historic Ethnography.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 524-542.

Jones, Jennifer E., Edward Pollard, Kieran Craven, et al. “Understanding Pressures to Archaeological Heritage in the Face of Climate Change: An Integrated Approach to Coastal-Zone Assessments in Ireland.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 566-588.

Kallio-Seppä, Titta and Annemari Tranberg. “The Materiality of Odors: Experiencing Church Burials and the Urban Environment in Early Modern Northern Sweden.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 1 (2021): 65-81.

Kalos, Matthew A. “Exploring the Paoli Battlefield: The Cultural Landscape of Conflict.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 451-461.

Kersting, Thomas. “Nazi Camp-Site Archaeology in Brandenburg State, Germany.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 401-429.

Lans, Aja M. “Investigating Black Women’s Mental Health in Progressive Era New York City: A Bioarchaeological Study of Slow Violence and Landscapes of Impunity.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 663-680.

Larkin, Karin and Michelle Slaughter. “Chasing the Cure at Cragmor Sanatorium: The Archaeology of a Tuberculosis Sanatorium.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 743-763.

Lees, William B. “Commentary: The Balance Sheet Will Define Our Legacy.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 634-638.

Lemke, Ashley. ““Missing Cemeteries” and Structural Racism: Historical Maps and Endangered African/African American and Hispanic Mortuary Customs in Texas.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 3 (2020): 605-623.

Linn, Meredith B. “Neither Snake Oils nor Miracle Cures: Interpreting Nineteenth-Century Patent Medicines.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 681-702.

Lipkin, Sanna, Erika Ruhl, Krista Vajanto, et al. “Textiles: Decay and Preservation in Seventeenth- to Nineteenth-Century Burials in Finland.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 1 (2021): 49-64.

Lope, Carlos Peraza, Wilberth Cruz Alvarado, Marilyn A. Masson, et al. “Gradual Changes in Early Colonial-Period Maya Ceramics in Northern Yucatan.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 4 (2021): 565-596.

Luiz, Jade W. “Wares of Venus: The Sensoriality of Sex for Purchase at a Nineteenth-Century Brothel in Boston, Massachusetts.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 2 (2022): 244-261.

Lupu, Jennifer A. and Madeline Ryan. “Introduction: Health and Medicine in Historical Social Contexts.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 642-647.

Lupu, Jennifer A. ““Cures after Doctors Fail”: Marketing Pain Relief in 1900s Washington, D.C..” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 703-721.

Mangan, Patricia Hart. “Miss Lyon’s Choice: Gender and Ceramic Material Culture.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 252-285.

Martin-Apostolatos, Gwendolyn. “The High Cost of Living: Death and Social Identity of Missouri’s Historic Columbia Cemetery.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 543-562.

Martorano, Marilyn Armagast. “Struggle, Strength, and Survival: The Trujillo Homesteads National Historic Landmark and Hispanic American Settlement in the Mid-Nineteenth Century.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 511-523.

Maxwell, Ágústa Edwald and Gavin Lucas. “The Archaeology of Z: Household Economies in Nineteenth-Century Iceland.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 2 (2021): 238-249.

McCarthy, John and Wendy van Duivenvoorde. “A Virtual Reconstruction of the Batavia Shipwreck in Its Landscape.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 50-73.

McCarthy, John, David Steinberg, and Hiroshi Ishii. “An Immersive Digital Commemoration of the Japanese Submarine I-124 Sunk in 1942 outside Darwin Harbor, Australia.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 154-168.

Meniketti, Marco. “The Bush Hill Sugar Plantation: A West Indies Case Study in Developmental Capitalism.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 1 (2020): 212-239.

Metheny, Karen Bescherer. “Connecting Archaeological Practice with the Senses and Past Bodily Experience: Introduction to “Sensory Engagement in Historical Archaeology”.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 2 (2022): 172-183.

Metheny, Karen Bescherer. “Sensory Perspectives on Maize and Identity Formation in Colonial New England.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 2 (2022): 227-243.

Miller, Sarah E. and Jeneva P. Wright. “Introduction: Archaeology of the Anthropocene: Historical Archaeology’s Response to the Climate Crisis.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 448-472.

Mires, Calvin H., David S. Robinson, and Victor T. Mastone. “Rising Waters and Coastal Maritime Heritage at Risk in Massachusetts: A Warning from the Ada K. Damon Shipwreck Site.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 517-531.

Mollema, Ivor. “Book Review: Stories from the Wreckage: A Great Lakes Maritime History Inspired by Shipwrecks, by John Odin Jensen.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 4 (2020): 758-759.

Montón-Subías, Sandra and Almudena Hernando Gonzalo. “Modern Colonialism and Cultural Continuity Through Material Culture: An Example from Guam and Chamoru Plaiting.” Historical Archaeology 26, no. 3 (2022): 823-847.

Mora, Iosvany Hernández, Juan G. Martín, and Bethany Aram. “The First Cathedral on America’s Pacific Coast.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 2 (2021): 219-237.

Morel, Hana, Lara Band, Caroline Barrie-Smith, et al. “Water Heritage and the Importance of Local Knowledge in Climate Action.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 589-605.

Murray, Emily Jane. “Using 3-D Digital-Heritage Techniques to Document Heritage at Risk: A Case Study from Florida.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 606-618.

Mytum, Harold. “Ethics and Practice in the Excavation, Examination, Analysis, and Preservation of Historical Mummified Human Remains.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 1 (2021): 96-109.

Norton, Holly Kathryn. “The Accidental Archaeology of the Fariss Hotel (Site 5PE576).” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 433-450.

Parker, Katherine G., Jordan L. Schaefer, Brigid M. Ogden, et al. “Climate Change and the Consequences of Underrepresentation in the Archaeological Record.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 550-565.

Pearson, Natali. “Too Little, Too Late? Redefining the Legacy of HMAS Perth (I), an Australian Warship Sunk in Indonesian Waters.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 169-187.

Pertermann, Dana L. and Bradley J. Carr. “To Preserve the Struggle: Digitizing the Oregon Trail.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 407-416.

Pertermann, Dana L. “Historical Documents vs. the Archaeology: Lunette Blockades at Fort Bridger, Wyoming.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 504-510.

Pertermann, Dana L. “Introduction: Conflict-Event Theory––a Proposed Paradigm.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 404-406.

Poulain, Maxime. “Ocean-Liner Ceramics: A Red Star Line Assemblage in Antwerp, Belgium.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 2 (2022): 274-300.

Prouty, Michael J. and Sara A. Millward. “Conspicuous Consumption and Outward Opulence as Seen in Two Victorian-Period Colorado Midden Assemblages.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 3 (2022): 462-481.

Ryan, Madeline Kearin. “The Smell of the Insane: Disciplining the Olfactory Domain in the Nineteenth-Century Asylum.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 722-739.

Sánchez-Pinto, Iban. “Historical Mapping vs. Archaeology: Rethinking Fort Sancti Spiritus (1527–1529).” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 220-251.

Saunders, Jennifer. “Tonics, Whiskey Bottles, and Syringes: Clues to Care in a Midwife’s Washington, D.C., Household.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 740-754.

Scott, Amy B., Tracy K. Betsinger, Sarah MacInnes, et al. “A Colony without a Cough? A Bioarchaeological Exploration of Tuberculosis at the Eighteenth-Century Fortress of Louisbourg, Canada.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 315-335.

Selden, Robert Z. and Bradford M. Jones. “Reverse Engineering a Bronze Cannon from the La Belle Shipwreck.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 2 (2021): 290-299.

Thompson, Victor D., Amanda D. Roberts Thompson, William H. Marquardt, et al. “Discovering San Antón de Carlos: The Sixteenth-Century Spanish Buildings and Fortifications of Mound Key, Capital of the Calusa.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 2 (2020): 334-353.

Tourigny, Eric D. “Maintaining Traditions: Food and Identity among Early Immigrants to Upper Canada.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 2 (2020): 354-374.

Trepal, Dan, Don Lafreniere, and Jason Gilliland. “Historical Spatial-Data Infrastructures for Archaeology: Towards a Spatiotemporal Big-Data Approach to Studying the Postindustrial City.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 2 (2020): 424-452.

Velez, Alex D. ““The Wind Cries Mary”: The Effect of Soundscape on the Prairie-Madness Phenomenon.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 2 (2022): 262-273.

Venovcevs, Anatolijs. “Industrial Vestiges: Legacies of Ancillary Impacts of Resource Development.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 1 (2023): 336-362.

Volzone, Rolando, João Luís Inglês Fontes, and Aurora da Conceição Parreira Carapinha. “Toward the Reconstruction of Sacred Medieval Spatialities: Multiscale Analysis of the System of Eremitical Landscapes in Southern Portugal from Historical Records.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 764-787.

Wandruszka, Ray von and Mark S. Warner. “Recognizing and Analyzing Chinese Stone Drugs.” Historical Archaeology 55, no. 4 (2021): 597-605.

Watkins, Rachel J. “The Human Experience of Constructing Bodies and Persons: A Discussion.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 755-762.

Weaver, Brendan J. M., Miguel A. Fhon Bazán, and Lady Santana Quispe. “Heritage and the Archaeology of Afro-Peru: Community Engagement in the Valleys of Nasca.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 1 (2022): 131-152.

Wesp, Julie K. “Working in the City: An Historical Bioarchaeology of Activity in Urban New Spain.” Historical Archaeology 54, no. 1 (2020): 92-109.

Westmont, V. Camille. “Social Engineering at the Company Home Hearth: Coal Company Use of Architecture to Control Domestic Spaces in the Pennsylvania Anthracite Region, 1866–1889.” Historical Archaeology 56, no. 4 (2022): 782-803.

Wooten, Kimberly J. “The Shape of Things: Archaeology, Environmentalism, and Plastic.” Historical Archaeology 57, no. 2 (2023): 489-503.

Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences

Alam, Eram . “Citing the Unsaid.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 73-75.

Armstrong, Eleanor S. and Jordan Bimm. “The Trouble with Space Auctions.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 4 (2023): 425-433.

Baldwin, Melinda Clare and Brigid Vance. “Introduction: Pedagogy in the History of Science and Medicine.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 54, no. 1 (2024): 84-85.

Bayoumi, Soha. “What Place for Emotions in the History of Science and Medicine Classroom?.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 54, no. 1 (2024): 89-91.

Dent, Rosanna . “Stolen Masks.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 76-78.

DiMoia, John P. “Placing Computer Technology in Context.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 54, no. 1 (2024): 95-98.

Ericson, Kjell David. “The Puzzle of the Thinly Coated Pearl: Aquacultural Ecology and the Politics of Density in Ago Bay.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 3 (2023): 256-277.

Grote, Mathias. “Gaia’s Tissue.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 4 (2023): 434-443.

Hersch, Matthew Howard. ““Learning on Their Bellies”.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 54, no. 1 (2024): 109-111.

J., Amrah Salomón. “Drawing on the Difuentes.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 91-93.

Lans, Aja M. “Bioarchaeology of the Self.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 79-81.

Lowengard, Sarah. “On the Disappearance of the Animal Body: Animal Fat, Tallow, Candles, Soap, and Chemistry before 1830.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 3 (2023): 242-255.

Mitchell, Elise A. “On Slavery, Medicine, Speculation, and the Archive.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 82-85.

Moore, Taylor M., Henry M. Cowles, and Chitra Ramalingam. “Introduction.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 71-72.

Moore, Taylor M. “The Cool Air.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 86-90.

Potters, Jan. “Hazy Spots on Photographic Plates: On the Measurement of the Velocity-Dependency of the Electron’s Mass.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 1-34.

Samudzi, Zoé. “Haunted by Denial.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 94-96.

Semerdjian, Elyse. “Archival Wounds.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 97-101.

Shih, Ashanti . “Talking Story with the Archives.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 102-105.

Vaziri, Parisa. “Tracing Absence.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 53, no. 1 (2023): 106-108.

Wan, Shu. “TikTok Asian History of Science.” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 54, no. 1 (2024): 115-117.

International Journal of Historical Archaeology

Arias, M. Florencia, Mariana Mondini, and M. Alejandra Korstanje. “An Early Hispanic-Indigenous Contact Event at the Los Viscos Archaeological Site in the South-Central Andes: A Zooarchaeological Perspective.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 2 (2023): 296-315.

Barnes, Jodi A. “Tonics, Bitters, and Other Curatives: An Archaeology of Medicalization at Hollywood Plantation.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 1 (2023): 81-116.

Batchvarov, Kroum and Vladislav Todorov. “Seafaring along the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast in the Ottoman Period, Based on the Finds from the Late Eighteenth- Early Nineteenth-Century Kitten Shipwreck.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 4 (2022): 1072-1109.

Cherry, John F. and Miriam A. W. Rothenberg. “Costly Signaling and Windmill-Building: Inter-Island Technological Variability on Eighteenth-Century Sugar Estates in the Lesser Antilles.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 3 (2022): 760-788.

Cupere, Bea De, Lien Speleers, Piers D. Mitchell, et al. “A Multidisciplinary Analysis of Cesspits from Late Medieval and Post-Medieval Brussels, Belgium: Diet and Health in the Fourteenth to Seventeenth Centuries.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 3 (2022): 531-572.

Heinrich, Adam and Michael J. Gall. “Zooarchaeology and GIS: Enslaved and Free Black Diet at a Late Eighteenth- to Mid-Nineteenth-Century Delaware Farm, New Castle County, Delaware, United States.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 2 (2023): 424-457.

Howey, Meghan C. L. and Christine M. DeLucia. “Spectacles of Settler Colonial Memory: Archaeological Findings from an Early Twentieth-Century “First” Settlement Pageant and Other Commemorative Terrain in New England.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 4 (2022): 974-1007.

Ibarrola, Mary Elizabeth. “Negotiating Freedom in Florida: A Study of Ethnogenesis and Resistance at Three Nineteenth-Century Florida Sites.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 3 (2022): 647-714.

Kennedy, Jonathan Ryan and Eric J. Guiry. “Exploring Railroad Impacts on Meat Trade: An Isotopic Investigation of Meat Sourcing and Animal Husbandry at Chinese Diaspora Sites in the American West.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 2 (2023): 393-423.

Kobiałka, Dawid. “The Devil Burns Gold There: The Heritage of Nazi Germany Crimes in Death Valley, Chojnice, Poland.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 2 (2022): 359-378.

Komara, Zada. “Healer’s Choice: Gender, Self-Care, and Women’s Wellness Products in an Appalachian Coal Town.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 1 (2023): 158-182.

Kuglitsch, Linnea. “All the Aids that Nature Can Afford: Horticulture, Healing, and Moral Reform in a Gilded Age Hospital.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 1 (2023): 183-200.

Martín, Juan Guillermo, Juan Felipe Pérez Díaz, and William Gómez Pretel. “Underwater Archaeology in Colombia: Between Commercial Salvage and Science.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 2 (2022): 457-473.

Mathwich, Nicole M. and Evan Giomi. “Order on the Edge of Empire: Social Network Analysis of Colonial Mission Landscapes in Nuevo México and the Pimería Alta.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 2 (2022): 474-497.

Miller, Emily, Sally K. May, Joakim Goldhahn, et al. “Kaparlgoo Blue: On the Adoption of Laundry Blue Pigment into the Visual Culture of Western Arnhem Land, Australia.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 2 (2022): 316-337.

Moonkham, Piyawit and Andrew I. Duff. “The Social Logic of the Temple Space: A Preliminary Spatial Analysis of Historical Buddhist Temples in Chiang Saen, Northern Thailand.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 4 (2022): 849-884.

Morgan, Rachel. “Agricultural Extension Programs and Small Finds from Home Sites of Rural Black Leaders.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 4 (2022): 885-907.

Piekalski, Jerzy, Jakub Sawicki, and Paweł Duma. “Archaeology and Quality of Life in Central-European, Pre-Industrial Towns (Fourteenth to Eighteenth Centuries).” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 4 (2022): 1132-1158.

Pretel, William Gómez and Moon-Soo Jeong. “Shipwrecks on Roncador Cay, the Caribbean Sea and Their Relationship with Hurricanes, 1492-1920.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 2 (2022): 498-528.

Schofield, John. “Buildings in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 2 (2022): 401-433.

Scott, Alyssa Rose. “Archaeology, Disability, Healthcare, and the Weimar Joint Sanatorium for Tuberculosis.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 1 (2023): 201-219.

Shaw, Isabella, Martin J. Jones, James L. Flexner, et al. “Prefabrication, Patrilineality, and Intergenerational Reuse: The Ruined Third Church of Aniwa, Southern Vanuatu, and its Integration into Domestic Architecture.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 3 (2022): 573-598.

Siddiq, Abu B. “Common Animals for Elite Humans: the Late Ottoman Fauna from Mardin Fortress, Southeastern Anatolia (Turkey).” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 2 (2023): 316-347.

Surface-Evans, Sarah. “Exploring Well-Being at Three Great Lakes Lighthouses.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 1 (2023): 117-142.

Tomlinson, Lauren G. and Shane Burke. “The Archaeology of Resilience: A Case Study from Peel Town, Western Australia, 1829–30.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 2 (2022): 379-400.

Tourigny, Eric and Rebecca Gordon. “Zooarchaeology of the Modern Era: An Introduction.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 2 (2023): 267-273.

Veit, Richard F., Nicola Kelly, Sean McHugh, et al. ““Not Unmindful of the Unfortunate”: Finding the Forgotten through Archaeology at the Orange Valley Hospital for the Enslaved.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 1 (2023): 51-80.

Verstraete, Emma. “Soothing the Self: Medicine Advertisement and the Cult of Domesticity in Nineteenth-Century Springfield, Illinois.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 1 (2023): 143-157.

Welker, Martin H., Alison Foster, and Eric Tourigny. “Pioneering Poultry: A Morphometric Investigation of Seventeenth- to Early Twentieth-Century Domestic Chickens (Gallus gallus) in Eastern North America.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 2 (2023): 458-479.

Zapico, Miguel Busto and Alberto García Porras. “Ceramic Production and Social Change in the South east of the Iberian Peninsula between the Islamic and Christian Periods: The Case of Granada.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 26, no. 3 (2022): 715-739.

Journal for the History of Astronomy

Abdumannapovich, Ehgamberdiev Shuhrat, Yuldoshev Qudratillo Khabibullaevich, Turaev Sobir Jurakobilovich, et al. “Present status of UBAI plate archive.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 54, no. 4 (2023): 456-468.

Augusto, Pedro. “Madeira: 300 years of an astronomical site.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 55, no. 1 (2024): 47-75.

Brannon, James. “Plato and planetary order: Uncertainty in the positions of Mercury and Venus.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 54, no. 4 (2023): 404-424.

Carman, Christián Carlos. “A Ptolemaic lunar model of the 17th century: François Viète and his first lunar model.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 54, no. 4 (2023): 375-403.

Connors, Martin. “The discovery and naming of Trojan asteroids.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 55, no. 1 (2024): 76-104.

Gingerich, Owen, David H. DeVorkin, James Evans, et al. “Ad astra per aspera: From the Sewers of Kansas to Harvard College Observatory.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 55, no. 1 (2024): 3-30.

Kärnfelt, Johan. “‘Excellentissimo tubo Dollondiana’: The Stockholm Observatory’s 10-foot Dollond achromatic refractor.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 55, no. 1 (2024): 105-130.

Kremer, Richard L. and James Evans. “Owen Gingerich, 1930–2023.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 54, no. 3 (2023): 353-359.

Kutrovátz, Gábor. “Kepler’s struggle with the problem of force obstruction.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 54, no. 3 (2023): 316-332.

León, José Guillermo Sánchez and Pablo Recio Sánchez. “The bizarre history of the astrological vault “El Cielo de Salamanca”.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 55, no. 1 (2024): 31-46.

Ma, Lihua. “The solar eclipse of A.D. 1221 May 23 and the value of ΔT.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 54, no. 4 (2023): 425-435.

Malherbe, Jean-Marie. “130 years of spectroheliograms at Paris-Meudon observatories (1893–2023).” Journal for the History of Astronomy 54, no. 3 (2023): 274-315.

Morrison, Leslie V., Catherine Y. Hohenkerk, Marek Zawilski, et al. “Total solar eclipse of AD 1133 and ΔT.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 54, no. 4 (2023): 469-480.

Schaefer, Bradley E. “The recurrent nova T CrB had prior eruptions observed near December 1787 and October 1217 AD.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 54, no. 4 (2023): 436-455.

Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage

Almeida, Maria and Vitor Bonifácio. “Carlos Bettencourt Faria’s Dream: The Mulemba Astronomical Observatory at Luanda in Angola.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 4 (2023): 865-877.

Anderson, Peter and Wayne Orchiston. “Arthur Anthony Page: At the Forefront of Queensland Astronomy during the Second Half of the Twentieth Century.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 4 (2023): 833-864.

Gislén, Lars. “Analysis of the Tamil Parallax Procedures in Le Gentil’s Report of 1776.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 391-399.

Glass, I. S. “The First Photographs Made at the Cape of Good Hope.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 731-752.

Kapoor, R. C. “Comet 1p/Halley in 1910: Tales From India.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 411-440.

Kapoor, R. C. “Finding King Janaméjaya’s Eclipse.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 599-620.

Kapoor, R. C. “On the Zeiss Telescope Gifted by Adolf Hitler to the Rana of Nepal.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 683-700.

Koad, Peeravit, Sirirat Somchuea, Thatdao Rakmak, et al. “Geolocating Southeast Asian Early Historic Sites from Astronomical Observations in Ptolemy’s Geography, with Supporting Information from Indian Records.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 339-352.

Lockwood, G. Wesley and William Sheehan. “The Solar Variations Project at Lowell Observatory. II: A 63-Year Quest to Measure the Sun’s Variability, and What Was Discovered Instead.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 4 (2023): 769-815.

Mahesh, K.S., K. Rupa, Padmaja Venugopal, et al. “A Study of the Occultations of Rohiṇī (Aldebaran) in Classical Indian Astronomy.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 667-682.

Menon, Srikumar M. “A Unique Sun-Facing Rock-Cut Feature at Badami, Karnataka, India.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 373-390.

Mozaffari, S. Mohammad. “A Survey of Abu ʾl-Wafāʾ’s Solar and Stellar Observations.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 469-488.

Nakamura, Tsuko and Suzanne Débarbat. “Émile Lépissier, a French Astronomer of Misfortune Who Taught in China and Japan.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 4 (2023): 885-902.

Nardi, Luca. “A Review of Two Italian ‘Killer Meteorites’: Crema 1511 and Milan 1633–1664.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 4 (2023): 878-884.

Naze, Yael. “Reysa Bernson, the Unconventional Head of the First French Planetarium.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 4 (2023): 816-832.

Okazaki, Akira. “Cometary Records in The Vietnamese Official History Đại Nam Thực Lục [Chính Biên].” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 353-366.

Orchiston, Wayne and R. C. Kapoor. “Indian Initiatives to Establish ‘Western’ Astronomical Observatories Prior to Independence. 1: The Aristocrats.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 4 (2023): 923-952.

Riyaprao, Orapin, Korakamon Sriboonrueang, Siramas Komonjinda, et al. “The Astronomical Orientation of the Thai Phra That Doi Suthep Temple in Relation to the Acronychal Rising of Alpha Corona Borealis and Visakha Bucha Day.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 701-721.

Rupa, K., S. K. Uma, Padmaja Venugopal, et al. “References to ‘Parallel Phenomenon’ in Indian Astronomy and Inscriptions.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 400-404.

Sánchez-Giraldo, Daniela and Edwin A. Quintero-Salazar. “Astronomical Phenomena in the Cultural Practices of the Kumba-Quimbaya Indigenous Community of Colombia.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 621-636.

Shetye, Sai, Ganesh Halkare, and Aniket Sule. “Cultural Astronomy of The Bhil, Pawra and Kokna Ethnic Communities in Western India.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 441-468.

Shi, Yunli. “Introduction.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 281-281.

Shylaja, B. S. “The Treasure of Astronomical Records in Southeast Asian Stone Inscriptions.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 367-372.

Sôma, Mitsuru, Kiyotaka Tanikawa, and Yo-Ichiro Sato. “The Date of Christ’s Crucifixion and the Earth’s Rotation.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 489-498.

Steinicke, Wolfgang. “Visitors to the Herschels between 1777 and 1822.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 545-598.

Stevenson, Toner. “Melbourne Observatory’s Astrographic Women: Star Measurers and Computers.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 325-338.

Sule, Aniket and Shivam Joshi. “Constraining the Period of the Origin of the Indian Lunar Mansions.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 722-730.

Tenn, Joseph S. “The Astronomy Genealogy Project Is Ten Years Old: Here Are Ten Ways You Can Use It.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 499-508.

Usher, Peter D. and Enrico Massaro. “The Sixteenth-Century Empirical Disproof of Ptolemaic Geocentrism.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 659-666.

Vahia, Mayank and Mitsuru Sôma. “An Examination of ‘Atri’s Eclipse’ as Described in the Rig Veda.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 405-410.

Vanin, Gabriele. “The Dating of Dante’s Voyage in the Divine Comedy.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 4 (2023): 903-922.

Venugopal, Padmaja, K. Rupa, S. K. Uma, et al. “The Equation of the Conjunction (Śīghraphala) of the Planets in Classical Indian Astronomy.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 3 (2023): 637-658.

Walker, W.S.G. and E. Budding. “Highlights from the Golden Age of the Auckland Observatory’s Stellar Photometry Programme.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 303-324.

Yock, Philip. “Japan/NZ Collaborations on Cosmic Rays, Exoplanets and Dark Matter, and Hypothetical Queries by Isaac Newton.” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 26, no. 2 (2023): 282-302.

Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza

Berti, Renato. “A Contribution to Better Understand the Therapeutic Incubatory Rituals Within the Greek Antiquity.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 193-202.

Biehler-Gomez, Lucie, Valentina Lucchetti, Mirko Mattia, et al. “Disability and deformity in Early Medieval Milan: bioarchaeology and pathography of two cases from the Ad Martyres cemetery of the Basilica of Saint Ambrose.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 33-50.

Damiani, Ernesto. “Medical Conan Doyle-Leucocytes, Bacteria and Phagocytosis Before Metchnikoff.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 17-32.

Donne, Carlo Dele. “αἰδέονται φράζειν: Female Patients’ Figurative Language in the Corpus Hippocraticum.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 99-110.

Gómez Barbieri, Gustavo, Jatniel Delgado Valdivia, Oscar F. Araneda, et al. “Chile-Italy a Historicist View of Pandemics and Epidemics: What are the Lessons we Must Learn? A Scoping Review Article.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 67-98.

Leporiere, Lorenzo. “Lombrosian Creatures: Literary Devices for an Effective Popularisation of Science.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 5-16.

Morrone, Aldo and Flavio Stocco. “Patients and Health Personnel of San Gallicano Hospital in Rome in the XVIII Century.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 51-66.

Orsini, Davide, James A. Ostenson, Francesco Brigo, et al. “Pandemics and Mental Disorders: From the Thought of the 19th Century Psychiatrist Andrea Verga to long-term effects of COVID-19.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 229-242.

Scalabrino, Giuseppe. “Separating Humanist and Scientific Culture is an Oxymoron.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 131-142.

Simonetti, Omar, Marta Zatta, Jacopo Monticelli, et al. “Filmdemics: the History of Modern Pandemics Through the Lens of Cinema.” Medicina nei Secoli – Arte e Scienza 35, no. 3 (2023): 111-130.

Mensch, Wissenschaft, Magie

Acham, Karl. “Wissenschaft und Wissenschaftskritik 100 Jahre nach Max Weber (Science and science criticism 100 years after Max Weber).” Mensch, Wissenschaft, Magie 36-37 (2021): 1-20.

Angetter, Daniela. “Von der Pferdekutsche zum Notarzthubschrauber. Der Rettungsdienst im Wandel der Zeit (From the horse-drawn carriage to the emergency helicopter. The rescue service through the ages).” Mensch, Wissenschaft, Magie 36-37 (2021): 145-172.

Rus, Dorin-Ioan. “Technical Innovations in Salt Transportation and River Shipping in eighteenth-Century Transylvania.” Mensch, Wissenschaft, Magie 36-37 (2021): 119-144.

Stenico, Mauro. “Der Astronom Bruno Jakob Thüring (1905–1989) und die Polemik gegen den Einsteinismus (The astronomer Bruno Jakob Thüring (1905-1989) and the polemic against Einsteinism).” Mensch, Wissenschaft, Magie 36-37 (2021): 229-257.

Wagreich, Michael. “Das Anthropozän – eine interdisziplinäre Herausforderung (The Anthropocene – an interdisciplinary challenge).” Mensch, Wissenschaft, Magie 36-37 (2021): 259-266.

Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau

Fischer, Ernst Peter. “Sehr klein, sehr groß, sehr viel: Anmerkungen zum 100. Geburtstag von Philip W. Anderson (Very small, very big, very much: Notes on the 100th birthday of Philip W. Anderson).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 6 (2023): 312-315.

Kattmann, Ulrich. “Gene vs. Geografie: Die unterschiedlichen Weltbilder von Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt und Jared Diamond (Genes vs. geography: The different world views of Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt and Jared Diamond).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 4 (2023): 198-201.

Kattmann, Ulrich. “Mitlaufen vs. wissenschaftliche Distanz: Alfred Kühn, Adolf Remane und der (Un)Geist ihrer Zeit (Following along vs. scientific distance: Alfred Kühn, Adolf Remane and the (un)spirit of their time).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 2 (2023): 92-95.

Kattmann, Ulrich. “Vorurteil vs. Wissenschaft: Thomas Henry Huxley und Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (Prejudice vs. science: Thomas Henry Huxley and Johann Friedrich Blumenbach).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 1 (2023): 32-34.

Kattmann, Ulrich. “Werner Kunz und Konrad Senglaub: Unterteilung von Arten in Unterarten: Prinzip vs. Zweckmäßigkeit (Werner Kunz and Konrad Senglaub: Subdivision of species into subspecies: principle vs. expediency).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 3 (2023): 143-146.

Mielewczik, Michael, Johann Vollmann, Janine Moll-Mielewczik, et al. “Ein verkanntes Genie? Mendels Entdeckungen und ihre Bedeutung für Pflanzenzüchtung und die Grüne Revolution (A misunderstood genius? Mendel’s discoveries and their significance for plant breeding and the Green Revolution).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 7 (2023): 362-369.

Offermanns, Heribert. “Salz – das weiße Gold: Die Kulturgeschichte einer einfachen Verbindung (Salt – the white gold: the cultural history of a simple compound).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 9/10 (2023): 472-479.

Roloff, Eckart. “Strahlender Durchbruch für viele Welten: Warum Röntgen auf ein Patent zu seiner “neuen Art von Strahlen” verzichtete (Radiation breakthrough for many worlds: Why Röntgen renounced a patent for his “new kind of rays”).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 8 (2023): 420-423.

Schneider, Martin. “Anomalie und Zufall: Wilhelm Conrad Röntgens Entdeckung der “X-Strahlen” (Anomaly and coincidence: Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen’s discovery of “X-rays”).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 8 (2023): 408-419.

Schneider, Martin. “Der Mars zwischen Phantasie und Fakt: Vom antiken Gott über den feindlichen Nachbarn zum Objekt astronomischer Forschung (Mars between fantasy and fact: from ancient god to hostile neighbor to object of astronomical research).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 2 (2023): 80-91.

Schneider, Martin. “Hexenjagd in Ost und West: Zu den Wurzeln wissenschaftlicher Verfolgung im Kalten Krieg (Witch hunts in East and West: The roots of scientific persecution during the Cold War).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 11 (2023): 556-569.

Schneider, Martin. “Louis Pasteur und Robert Koch: Bakteriologie und Impfstoffentwicklung (Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch: bacteriology and vaccine development).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 6 (2023): 300-310.

Schneider, Martin. “Selektion, Spiritismus und Kosmologie: Alfred Russel Wallace und seine andere Evolutionstheorie (Selection, spiritualism and cosmology: Alfred Russel Wallace and his other theory of evolution).” Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 76, no. 7 (2023): 350-361.

NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin

Alkan, Aybike. “Technopolitical Construction of a River Basin: Turkey’s Encounters and Adventures with the “TVA Idea”.” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 2 (2023): 111-142.

Bigotti, Fabrizio. “Commenting on Aristotle with a Knife.” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 1 (2023): 1-25.

Epple, Moritz, Maria Framke, Eli Franco, et al. “Introduction: Indology and Aryanism: Knowledge of India in Nazi Germany—An Invitation for New Research.” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 3 (2023): 219-231.

Epple, Moritz, Maria Framke, Eli Franco, et al. “Where do we Stand in the Historiography of Small Disciplines in Nazi Germany? The Case of Indology.” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 3 (2023): 233-243.

Framke, Maria. “Manoeuvring Across Academia in National Socialist Germany: The Life and Work of Devendra Nath Bannerjea.” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 3 (2023): 307-332.

Frietsch, Ute. “Die materielle Kultur der Alchemie oder Wie sich wissenschaftsgeschichtliche Replikationen und buchwissenschaftliche Analysen ergänzen (The Material Culture of Alchemy or How Replications in the History of Science and Analyses in Book Science Complement Each Other).” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 1 (2023): 83-96.

Haars, Maximilian. “De Gustibus Non Est Disputandum On the Epistemological Status of Taste Perception in Galen’s Specific Pharmacology.” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 2 (2023): 143-169.

Kinzelbach, Annemarie and Florian Wieser. “A New Concept for Surgery in European Hospitals? Records of Practice in Germany, Italy, and Spain During the Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries.” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 1 (2023): 27-49.

Roy, Baijayanti. “Knowledge of India as an Instrument of Nazi Politics: Ludwig Alsdorf, German Indology and Indian Anti-Colonialism.” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 3 (2023): 275-306.

Schwaderer, Isabella. ““Exotic Sensation” or “Völkisch Art”? Press Reviews of the Indisches Ballett Menaka (Menaka Indian Ballet) on Tour Through Germany, 1936–1938.” NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 31, no. 3 (2023): 333-356.

Science as Culture

Aarden, Erik. “Ignorance and the paradoxes of evidence-based global health: the case of mortality statistics in India’s million death study.” Science as Culture 31, no. 4 (2022): 433-454.

Amelung, Nina and Vasilis Galis. “Border control technologies: Introduction.” Science as Culture 32, no. 3 (2023): 323-343.

Au, Larry. “Ethical choreography in China’s Human Gene Editing controversy.” Science as Culture 32, no. 4 (2023): 535-557.

Balzam, Guy and Noam Yuran. “Assetization and the Logic of Venture Capital, or Why Facebook Does not ‘Feel’ Like a Monopoly to Zuckerberg.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 107-120.

Birch, Kean and D. T. Cochrane. “Big Tech: Four Emerging Forms of Digital Rentiership.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 44-58.

Birch, Kean and Kelly Bronson. “Big Tech.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 1-14.

Bluea, Gwendolyn, Debra Davidson, and Kristy Myles. “Expectations of Genomic Selection for Forestry: Expert Narratives of Anticipation and Legitimation.” Science as Culture 31, no. 2 (2022): 256-275.

Boullier, Henri and Emmanuel Henry. “Toxic Ignorance: How Regulatory Procedures and Industrial Knowledge Jeopardise the Risk Assessment of Chemicals.” Science as Culture 31, no. 4 (2022): 480-503.

Bronson, Kelly and Phoebe Sengers. “Big Tech Meets Big Ag: Diversifying Epistemologies of Data and Power.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 15-28.

Brunet, Lucas. “Transposing emotions to conserve nature? The positive politics of the metrics of ecosystem services.” Science as Culture 33, no. 1 (2024): 16-40.

Dedieu, François. “Secrecies as Organized Ignorance: The Illusion of Knowledge in French Pesticide Regulation.” Science as Culture 31, no. 4 (2022): 455-479.

Demortain, David. “Mistrust of the black box: The public auditing of private models in the chemicals regulatory space.” Science as Culture 33, no. 1 (2024): 41-69.

Doezema, Tess. “The promise of ELSI: Coproducing the future of life on earth.” Science as Culture 32, no. 4 (2023): 461-485.

Domaradzki, Jan. “From evil demiurge to caring hero: images of geneticists in the movies.” Science as Culture 32, no. 2 (2023): 266-293.

Druglitrø, Tone. “Procedural Care: Licensing Practices in Animal Research.” Science as Culture 31, no. 2 (2022): 235-255.

Edwards, Sarah, Suzanne Vallance, and Roy Montgomery. “Interstitial Silences in Sociotechnical Change: The Case of Genetically Modified ‘Tearless’ Onions.” Science as Culture 31, no. 2 (2022): 212-234.

Erikainen, Sonja. “The Promissory Visions of DIYbio: Reimaging Science from the Fringe.” Science as Culture 31, no. 3 (2022): 287-310.

Fonseca, Paulo F. C., Barbara E. Ribeiro, and Leonardo F. Nascimento. “Demarcating Patriotic Science on Digital Platforms: Covid-19, Chloroquine and the Institutionalisation of Ignorance in Brazil.” Science as Culture 31, no. 4 (2022): 530-554.

Fuchs, Martina , Peter Dannenberg, and Cathrin Wiedemann. “Big Tech and Labour Resistance at Amazon.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 29-43.

Ghosh, Ritwick. “Data-driven governance and performances of accountability: critical reflections from US agri-environmental policy.” Science as Culture 33, no. 1 (2024): 70-96.

Graminius, Carin. “Research Communication on Climate Change through Open Letters: Uniting Cognition, Affect and Action by Affective Alignments.” Science as Culture 31, no. 3 (2022): 334-356.

Hellman, Jacob. “Big Tech’s ‘Voracious Appetite,’ or Entrepreneurs Who Dream of Acquisition? Regulation and the Interpenetration of Corporate Scales.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 149-161.

Hendrikse, Reijer, Ilke Adriaans, Tobias J. Klinge, et al. “The Big Techification of Everything.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 59-71.

Hesselbein, Chris. “Kickstarting science? Crowdfunded research, public engagement, and the participatory condition.” Science as Culture 32, no. 4 (2023): 583-608.

Kamenshchikova, Alena, Petra F. G. Wolffs, Christian J. P. A. Hoebe, et al. “Metaphors of foreign strangers: antimicrobial resistance in biomedical discourses.” Science as Culture 32, no. 2 (2023): 294-314.

Klausner, Martina, Jörg Niewöhner, and Tim Seitz. “Curating the Widerstandsaviso: three cases of ethnographic intravention in R&D consortia.” Science as Culture 32, no. 2 (2023): 190-213.

Klein, Sarah. “Between People and Paper: Inhabiting Experiment in a Journal Club.” Science as Culture 32, no. 1 (2023): 1-28.

Kreimer, Pablo. “Techno-Scientific Promises, Disciplinary Fields, and Social Issues in Peripheral Contexts.” Science as Culture 32, no. 1 (2023): 83-108.

Lambert, Laura. “Contested promises: Migrants’ material politics vis-à-vis the humanitarian border in Niger.” Science as Culture 32, no. 3 (2023): 363-386.

Lanzing, Marjolein, Elisa Lievevrouw, and Lotje Siffels. “It Takes Two to Techno-Tango: An Analysis of a Close Embrace Between Google/Apple and the EU in Fighting the Pandemic Through Contact Tracing Apps.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 136-148.

Lehtonen, Markku. “Brand New or More of the Same Nuclear? (De)Constructing the Economic Promise of the European Pressurised Reactor in France and the UK.” Science as Culture 32, no. 1 (2023): 29-57.

Lievevrouw, Elisa, Luca Marelli, and I. Van Hoyweghen. “The Role of US Policymaking in the Emergence of a Digital Health Assemblage.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 72-91.

Little, Hannah. “Stereotypes, gender, and humor in representations of coders in Silicon Valley. Review of TV series Silicon Valley (HBO 2014–2019).” Science as Culture 32, no. 2 (2023): 315-321.

Loconto, Allison, Scott Prudham, and Steven Wolf. “Environmental governance through metrics: Guest introduction.” Science as Culture 33, no. 1 (2024): 1-15.

López-Beltrán, Carlos, Abigail Nieves Delgado, Sandra P. González-Santos, et al. “The Heredity Matrix: Genetics and the Understanding of Mestizaje, Health, and Belonging in Mexico.” Science as Culture 31, no. 3 (2022): 357-381.

Makrygianni, Vasiliki and Vasilis Galis. “Practices of radical digital care: Towards autonomous queer migration.” Science as Culture 32, no. 3 (2023): 387-410.

Marelli, Luca . “The Italian debate on the digital COVID certificate: co-producing epistemic and normative rationalities.” Science as Culture 32, no. 4 (2023): 505-534.

Martins, Bruno Oliveira. “Security knowledges: Circulation, control, and responsible research and innovation in EU border management.” Science as Culture 32, no. 3 (2023): 435-459.

Mills, David and Natasha Robinson. “Democratising Monograph Publishing or Preying on Researchers? Scholarly Recognition and Global ‘Credibility Economies’.” Science as Culture 31, no. 2 (2022): 187-211.

Mobach, Kamiel and Ulrike Felt. “On the Entanglement of Science and Europe at CERN: The Temporal Dynamics of a Coproductive Relationship.” Science as Culture 31, no. 3 (2022): 382-407.

Mora-Gámez, Fredy. “The official record of victims as a bordering technology: Knowledge and (in)visibilities in post-conflict Colombia.” Science as Culture 32, no. 3 (2023): 344-362.

Nost, Eric. “‘The tool didn’t make decisions for us’: metrics and the performance of accountability in environmental governance.” Science as Culture 33, no. 1 (2024): 97-120.

Nott, John and Anna Harris. “Teaching the normal and the pathological: Educational technologies and the material reproduction of medicine.” Science as Culture 32, no. 2 (2023): 214-239.

Ottinger, Gwen. “Misunderstanding Citizen Science: Hermeneutic Ignorance in U.S. Environmental Regulation.” Science as Culture 31, no. 4 (2022): 504-529.

Paul, Katharina T., Samantha Vanderslott, and Matthias Gross. “Institutionalised ignorance in policy and regulation.” Science as Culture 31, no. 4 (2022): 419-432.

Phan, Thao, Jake Goldenfein, Monique Mann, et al. “Economies of Virtue: The Circulation of ‘Ethics’ in Big Tech.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 121-135.

Pinel, Clémence. “What Counts as the Environment in Epigenetics? Knowledge and Ignorance in the Entrepreneurial University.” Science as Culture 31, no. 3 (2022): 311-333.

Pollozek, Silvan and Jan-Hendrik Passoth. “Provisional by design: Frontex data infrastructures and the Europeanization of migration and border control.” Science as Culture 32, no. 3 (2023): 411-434.

Rees, Gethin and Deborah Elise White. “Judging Post-Controversy Expertise: Judicial Discretion and Scientific Marginalisation in the Courtroom.” Science as Culture 32, no. 1 (2023): 109-131.

Romijn, François C. “Negotiating Belgian identity in Wisconsin through ancestry genomics.” Science as Culture 32, no. 2 (2023): 240-265.

Selinger, Evan and Darrin Durant. “Amazon’s Ring: Surveillance as a Slippery Slope Service.” Science as Culture 31, no. 1 (2022): 92-106.

Science Communication

Gustafson, Abel and Ronald E. Rice. “Cumulative Advantage in Sustainability Communication: Unintended Implications of the Knowledge Deficit Model.” Science Communication 38, no. 6 (2016): 800-811.

Leenen, Melanie and Bart Penders. “Dissident Dietary Credibility: The Power of Discontent.” Science Communication 38, no. 5 (2016): 551-573.

Ruiz-Mallén, Isabel, Livio Riboli-Sasco, Claire Ribrault, et al. “Citizen Science: Toward Transformative Learning.” Science Communication 38, no. 4 (2016): 523-534.

Szymanski, Erika. “Enacting Multiple Audiences: Science Communication Texts and Research-Industry Relationships in the New Zealand Wine Industry.” Science Communication 38, no. 6 (2016): 724-745.

Weber, Ryan, Semih Dinc, and Matthew Williams. “Americans’ Support for NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope: Effects of Traditional Texts Compared to Interactive Media.” Science Communication 38, no. 5 (2016): 601-625.

Willoughby, Jessica Fitts and Hollie Smith. “Communication Strategies and New Media Platforms: Exploring the Synergistic Potential of Health and Environmental Communication.” Science Communication 38, no. 4 (2016): 535-545.

Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie

Ahner, Helen. “Zeigen, Sehenlassen, Fühlen. Die Funktionen des Licht- zeigers im Projektionsplanetarium der 1920er Jahre (Showing, Illuminating, Feeling. The Light-pointer’s Functions in the Projection Planetarium of the 1920s).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 90, no. 3 (2023): 203-224.

Ahner, Helen. “Zeigen, Sehenlassen, Fühlen. Die Funktionen des Licht- zeigers im Projektionsplanetarium der 1920er Jahre (Showing, Illuminating, Feeling. The Light-pointer’s Functions in the Projection Planetarium of the 1920s).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 90, no. 3 (2023): 203-224.

Bauer, Ludwig, Frank Dittmann, Sebastian Kasper, et al. “Energiewenden ausstellen. Zum Konzept des neuen Ausstellungsbereiches Energie – Strom im Deutschen Museum, München (Exhibiting energy transitions. The concept of the new Energy – Electricity exhibition at the Deutsches Museum, Munich).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 90, no. 1 (2023): 25-38.

Erdogan, Julia Gül. “Wie die Fertigung (zunächst) nicht in den Computer kam. Der schwierige Prozess der Umsetzung von CIM (How Manufacturing (Initially) Couldn‘t Be Computerized. The Long Process of Implementing CIM).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 90, no. 1 (2023): 3-24.

Fecker, Thomas and Stefan Höltgen. “Retro Fitting History. Computerreparatur als epistemologische Praxis (Retro Fitting History. Repairing Computers as Epistemic Praxis).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 90, no. 2 (2023): 147-176.

Gabriel, Peter. “„Bernzieh“ und Esperanto. Technische Terminologie im Nationalsozialismus zwischen Sprachpurismus und internationaler Normung (“Bernzieh” and Esperanto. Technical Terminology in the Third Reich between Linguistic Purism and International Standardisation).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 89, no. 4 (2023): 277-302.

Krebs, Stefan. “Zum vermeintlichen Verschwinden des Reparierens in Luxemburg, 1956–1987 (On the Supposed Disappearance of Repairing in Luxembourg, 1956–1987).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 90, no. 2 (2023): 93-110.

Kreis, Reinhild. “Ich sehe was, was du nicht siehst. Umnutzen, alltägliches Versorgungshandeln und Innovationsförderung in deutsch- deutscher Perspektive (Potential is in the Eye of the Beholder. Repurposing, Modes of Provision and the Promotion of Innovation in East and West Germany).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 90, no. 2 (2023): 129-146.

Voges, Jonathan. “„Es gibt immer etwas zu tun“. Das Haus als Objekt heimwerkenden Reparierens in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland seit 1945 („There is always something to do.“ The Home as an Object of Repairing in the Federal Republic of Germany Since 1945).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 90, no. 2 (2023): 111-128.

Weber, Heike. “Einleitung: Pflegen, Flicken, Re-Arrangieren. Praktiken des Erhaltens und Umarbeitens von Technik (Introduction: Caring, Mending, Re-Arranging. Practices of Maintaining and Repurposing Technology).” Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie 90, no. 2 (2023): 73-92.

Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte

Elbe, Martin. “Von Offizieren und Managern: Reproduktion und Transformation einer Elite (Of Officers and Managers: Reproduction and Transformation of an Elite).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 1 (2023): 93-111.

Flüggen, Markus. “Die Eigenkapitalrentabilität deutscher Industrieaktiengesellschaften 1925–1929 (The Return on Equity of German Industrial Stock Corporations 1925–1929).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 1 (2023): 1-36.

Fünderich, Maren-Sophie. “Perfektion in Technik und Form: Unternehmensstrategien in der Möbelfertigung zwischen 1750 und 1914 (Perfection in technology and form. Corporate strategies in furniture manufacturing between 1750 and 1914).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 1 (2023): 37-62.

Hesse, Jan-Otmar and Alexander Nützenadel. “«Seitenwechsel» – Unternehmer in der Politik und Politiker in der Wirtschaft. Eine Einleitung (“Revolving Doors” – Manager in Politics and Politicians in Business. An Introduction).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 2 (2023): 143-149.

Hesse, Jan-Otmar. “Vom Röhren-Manager zum Verteidigungs-Staatssekretär und zurück: Der mehrfache Seitenwechsel von Ernst Wolf Mommsen (Revolving Doors: Ernst Wolf Mommsen’s journey from a Tube Manager to Under-Secretary of State for Defence and back).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 2 (2023): 227-254.

Kindermann, Daniel. “Donald Trump, anti-establishment populism and the revolving door between business and politics in the United States.” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 2 (2023): 289-314.

Kluge, Arnd. “Genossenschaftliche Belletristik (Co-operative Fiction).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 1 (2023): 63-92.

Marx, Christian. “Seitenwechsler im Zentralbankwesen – Karrieren im Beziehungsdreieck von Finanzwelt, Wissenschaft und Politik (1948 bis 1970) (The Revolving Door in German Central Banking – Careers in the Triangle of Finance, Science and Politics (1948 to 1970)).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 2 (2023): 255-287.

Müller, Philipp. “Universalitätsansprüche – Verbandsvertreter in der deutsch-französischen Wirtschaftsdiplomatie der 20er und frühen 30er Jahre (Universality claims – Representatives of business associations in Franco-German economic diplomacy of the 20s and early 30s).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 2 (2023): 205-225.

Plumpe, Werner . “Januskopf der deutschen Geldwirtschaft: Karl Helfferich (1872 bis 1924) (Janus face of the German monetary economy: Karl Helfferich (1872 to 1924)).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 2 (2023): 185-204.

Sattler, Friederike. “Kaufleute als Konsuln – Zu den Anfängen deutscher Handelsdiplomatie in Ostasien im 19. Jahrhundert (Merchants as consuls – On the beginnings of German trade diplomacy in East Asia in the 19th century).” Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 68, no. 2 (2023): 151-183.

Other journals

Bujak, Stephanie and Klaus Hentschel. “Visualisierung deutschsprachiger Emigration nach 1933 anhand geotemporaler Karten (Visualization of German-speaking Emigration after 1933 by Means of Geo-temporal Maps).” Sudhoffs Archiv: Zeitschrift fuer Wissenschaftsgeschichte 106, no. 2 (2022): 182-221.

Choinski, Thomas. “Autopoiesis Illuminated through the Artwork of Turner, Pollock and Ilachinski.” Humanities and Technology Review 34, no. Fall 2015 (2016): 18-58.

d’Aragona, Antonio Piccolomini. “A Contribution to the Pasteur-Pouchet Controversy.” Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia 7, no. 2 (2023): 121-146.

Dobbelstein, Clara and Daniel Schäfer. “Die Beschreibung des Unbeschreiblichen: Erklärungsmodelle und Metaphern der Cholera in Briefen von 1830 bis 1832 (The Description of the Indescribable: Explanatory Models and Metaphors for Cholera in Letters from 1830 to 1832).” Sudhoffs Archiv: Zeitschrift fuer Wissenschaftsgeschichte 106, no. 2 (2022): 152-181.

Gamito-Marques, Daniel. “How to build a scientific discipline in the nineteenth century: In search of autonomy for zoology at the Lisbon Polytechnic School (1837–1862).” Science in Context 35, no. 2 (2022): 103-131.

Gandolfi, Giulia. “Social and Individual Features of Knowledge: The Non-Neutrality of Science in Personalized Medicine.” Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia 7, no. 2 (2023): 83-106.

Gaudenzi, Rocco. “Yoichiro Nambu and the Concept of Apparent Vacuum: A Stepping Stone to Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking.” Annalen der Physik 535, no. 2 (2023): 2200584.

Hennessey, John L. “George Montandon, the Ainu and the theory of hologenesis.” Science in Context 35, no. 2 (2022): 133-151.

Hösle, Vittorio. “Antieuklidisch oder nichteuklidisch? Tertium datur! Einige methodologische Reflexionen zur Wissenschaftshistorie anlässlich des Anachronismusvorwurfes gegen Imre Tόths Aristotelesdeutung (Anti-Euclidean or non-Euclidean? Tertium datur! Some Methodological Reflections on the History of Science on Occasion of the Accusation of Anachronism against Imre Tóth’s Interpretation of Aristotle).” Sudhoffs Archiv: Zeitschrift fuer Wissenschaftsgeschichte 106, no. 2 (2022): 222-250.

James, Frank A.J.L. “When Ben met Mary: The Letters of Benjamin Thompson, Reichsgraf von Rumford, to Mary Temple, Viscountess Palmerston, 1793–1804.” Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry 70, no. 3 (2023): 207-328.

Lee, Francis. “Detecting the unknown in a sea of knowns: Health surveillance, knowledge infrastructures, and the quest for classification egress.” Science in Context 35, no. 2 (2022): 153-172.

Lusito, Fabio. “The Impossible Neutrality of a Disaster in Seveso 1976.” Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia 7, no. 2 (2023): 107-120.

Luzzini, Francesco. “Chimico, giammai meccanico. L’opera di Martino Poli tra medicina, filosofia naturale e pratica alchemica.” Laboratorio dell’ISPF 20 (2023): 1-18.

Maronne, Sébastien. “Dettonville et les données.” Revue d’Histoire des Sciences 76, no. 2 (2023): 225-266.

Martins, Roberto de Andrade and Walmir Thomazi Cardoso. “Galileo’s “Trattato della Sfera ovvero Cosmografia” and its sources.” Philosophia Scientiæ 21, no. 1 (2017): 131-147.

Martins, Roberto de Andrade. “O estudo experimental sobre o magnetismo na Idade Média, com uma tradução da carta sobre o magneto de Petrus Peregrinus.” Revista Brasileira de Ensino de Física 39, no. 1 (2017): 1-30.

Moenius, Thomas and Jürgen Strein. “Die „Tessa“ – ein Begriff aus der „Geschöpfkunde“ von Johann Otto von Helbig (The “Tessa” – a Term from the “Geschöpfkunde” of Johann Otto von Helbig).” Sudhoffs Archiv: Zeitschrift fuer Wissenschaftsgeschichte 106, no. 2 (2022): 132-151.

Orphal, Johannes. “Rudolph Clausius (1822–1888) and His Concept of Mathematical Physics.” Annalen der Physik 535, no. 1 (2023): 2200065.

Raynauld, Dominique. “Medieval Optics, Scholasticism and Neutrality.” Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia 7, no. 2 (2023): 63-82.

Roelcke, Volker. “The animal model of human disease as a core concept of medical research: Historical cases, failures, and some epistemological considerations.” Science in Context 35, no. 2 (2022): 173-197.

Wiescher, Michael. “Arthur E. Haas, from the Atom to the Cosmos—Struggles for a Scientific Career in the Early 20th Century.” Annalen der Physik 535, no. 6 (2023): 2300124.


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