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Transactions of the IsisCB: How Concepts are Born

Issue 1.7

This issue shares citations added to the database in April. If you are someone who is interested in environmental history (broadly conceived) or the communication of science, read on! There is lots here for you.

I can say this because I have scanned the concepts used by the CB staff to tag citations. The concepts are the terms that appear in the little blue bubbles underneath the publication information for each title in the CB. The 2024 book by Maria Rita Fadda, Lingua e Scienza nel secolo delle cose, for instance, was tagged with Women, Popularization, Cosmology, Science and gender, Italian language, Newtonianism, and Physics (see the image below). Fadda’s book came to my attention because “Women” ended up being one of the top six concepts applied to books in April.

Some of the concept tags in the CB’s thesaurus come from older standardized vocabularies, which were carried over into IsisCB Explore. At their weekly meetings, CB staff debate whether to add new tags or revise old ones.

To give you one example, a 2023 article on “The Work of Donald Ewen Cameron: From Psychic Driving to MK Ultra” came up for discussion at a recent meeting of the bibliographic team. The question was whether the concept “psychic driving” was properly captured with the existing tag “Brainwashing.” Should we create another term that better represents different aspects of mind control? Ultimately, the concept structure was left alone, reflecting a conservative bias: desires to change must always be balanced against the need for discoverability and institutional memory. That said, staff will be monitoring ongoing trends and may add specificity in this area in the future.

As I hope this example shows, the CB conceptual taxonomy is structured by the judgments of practitioners in the field. As new sub-literatures are identified and brought into the CB, its conceptual structure has the flexibility to grow and change. The system will become stronger as contributing editors with increasingly diverse interests and expertise join up.

—Judy Kaplan, Editor

Featured Books

These books are all about the senses—tactile, olfactory, and sundry. They cut across the main topics identified in the citations below (environmental and agricultural history, communication and media studies) and all are linked to reviews in the CB database.

Featured Articles

I was surprised to find multiple titles on poetry and medical epistemology among the journal articles in this batch. Here are two examples from different journals that appeared in 2023. I really enjoyed reading these contributions to the literature on scientific communication, which was the top concept indexed in April.

Citations

Monographs and Edited Volumes

There is an interesting emphasis on interactions between humans and the natural world in the titles below–environmental history, agriculture, animals, and food were among the top concepts applied to titles on this list. Under this umbrella, I note that several authors have devoted their books to a single material, substance, or species: glyphosate, chestnut, ethanol, phosphorus, copper, Matsutake, cotton, sugar, tea, pigs, cigarettes, wheat, palm oil, cows, soy, pit bulls, and the like. These far outweigh histories of particular ideas, people, or places, which are also represented on the list.

Adams, Vincanne. Glyphosate and the swirl : an agroindustrial chemical on the move. Duke University Press, 2023. ISBN:9781478016755.

Adelman, Juliana. Civilised by Beasts: Animals and Urban Change in Nineteenth-Century Dublin. Manchester University Press, 2020. ISBN:9781526146052.

Ault, Julia E. Saving Nature Under Socialism: Transnational Environmentalism in East Germany, 1968 – 1990. Cambridge University Press, 2021. ISBN:9781316519141.

Baptiste, Bala J. and Brian Ward. Race and Radio: pioneering black broadcasters in New Orleans. University Press of Mississippi, 2019. ISBN:9781496822062.

Beaudry, Mary C. (ed.), Kevin R. Fogle (ed.), and James A. Nyman (ed.). The Historical Archaeology of Shadow and Intimate Economies. University Press of Florida, 2019. ISBN:9780813056326.

Belcher, John. The Foldcourse and East Anglian Agriculture and Landscape, 1100-1900. Boydell Press, 2020. ISBN:9781783275670.

Berth, Christiane . Food and Revolution: Fighting Hunger in Nicaragua, 1960-1993. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021. ISBN:9780822946045.

Bessire, Lucas. Running Out: In Search of Water on the High Plains. Princeton University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780691212647.

Bloom, Nicholas Dagen. The great American transit disaster : A century of austerity, auto-centric planning, and white flight. The University of Chicago Press, 2023. ISBN:9780226824406.

Bonin, Hubert . Saint-Gobain et ses banquiers, 1914-2000: enjeux et méthodes du financement d’une grande entreprise, [Saint-Gobain and its bankers, 1914–2000: Issues and methods of financing a large company]. Droz, 2020. ISBN:9782600060110.

Bowker, Geoffrey C., Maria Roszkowska, Benjamin Bratton, et al. A Bestiary of the Anthropocene: Hybrid Plants, Animals, Minerals, Fungi, and Other Specimens. Set Margins’ publications, 2023. ISBN:9789083318844.

Boxall, Peter. The Prosthetic Imagination: A History of the Novel as Artificial Life. Cambridge University Press, 2020. ISBN:9781108836487.

Boyce, James. Imperial Mud: The Fight for the Fens. Icon Books, 2020. ISBN:9781785786501.

Brassley, Paul, Michael Winter, Matt Lobley, et al. The Real Agricultural Revolution: The Transformation of English Farming, 1939-1985. Boydell Press, 2021. ISBN:9781783276356.

Callapez, Maria Elvira (ed.), Sara Marques da Cruz (ed.), and Vânia Carvalho (ed.). Plasticidade—uma História dos Plásticos em Portugal (Plasticity—A History of Plastics in Portugal). Museu de Leiria, 2022.

Camphora, Ana Lucia and Miriam Adelman. Animals and Society in Brazil, from the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries. White Horse Press, 2021. ISBN:9781912186174.

Canfield, Matthew C. Translating Food Sovereignty: Cultivating Justice in an Age of Transnational Governance. Stanford University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781503613447.

Carleton, William R. Fruit, Fiber, and Fire: A History of Modern Agriculture in New Mexico. University of Nebraska Press, 2021. ISBN:9781496216168.

Carroll, Katherine L. Building schools making doctors : architecture and the modern American physician. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2022. ISBN:9780822947059.

Century, Michael. Northern sparks : Innovation, technology policy, and the arts in Canada from Expo 67 to the Internet age. The MIT Press, 2022. ISBN:9780262045001.

Cincinnati, Patrizia. Note sulla storia della pediatria in Italia dall’unità al secondo dopoguerra. Società Editrice Universo, 2023. ISBN:9788865152140.

Coleman, Jon T. Nature Shock: Getting Lost in America. Yale University Press, 2020. ISBN:9780300227147.

Córdoba de la Llave, Ricardo (ed.) and Javier López Rider (ed.). Technical Knowledge in Europe, 1200-1500 AD. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2022. ISBN:9781527587045.

Costello, Eugene. Transhumance and the Making of Ireland’s Uplands, 1550-1900. Boydell Press, 2020. ISBN:9781783275311.

Cruz-Fernández, Paula de la. Gendered capitalism : Sewing machines and multinational business in Spain and Mexico, 1850-1940. Routledge, 2021. ISBN:9780367435127.

Csikszentmihalyi, Mark (ed.) and Michael Nylan (ed.). Technical arts in the Han histories : Tables and treatises in the Shiji and Hanshu. SUNY Press, 2021. ISBN:9781438485430.

Davis, Donald E. The American Chestnut: An Environmental History. University of Georgia Press, 2021. ISBN:9780820360454.

Decker, Corrie R. and Elisabeth McMahon. The Idea of Development in Africa: A History. Cambridge University Press, 2020. ISBN:9781107103696.

Degani, Michael. The city electric: infrastructure and ingenuity in postsocialist Tanzania. Duke University Press, 2023. ISBN:9781478016502.

Delleaux, Fulgence. Inquiétude dans les champs: Essai sur la gestion des exploitations agricoles dans l’espace francophone. Presses Universitaires de Louvain, 2022. ISBN:9782390612773.

Demidowicz, George. The Soho Manufactory, Mint and Foundry, West Midlands: where Boulton, Watt and Murdoch made history. Historic England, 2022. ISBN:9781800349285.

Dolan, Kathryn Cornell. Cattle Country: Livestock in the Cultural Imagination. University of Nebraska Press, 2021. ISBN:9781496218643.

Douet, James. The architecture of steam : Waterworks and the Victorian sanitary crisis. Historic England, 2023. ISBN:9781802077537.

Eaglin, Jennifer. Sweet Fuel: A Political and Environmental History of Brazilian Ethanol. Oxford University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780197510681.

Earle, Thomas Blake (ed.) and D. Andrew Johnson (ed.). Atlantic Environments and the American South. University of Georgia Press, 2020. ISBN:9780820356488.

Elmore, Bartow J. Seed Money: Monsanto’s Past and Our Food Future. W. W. Norton & Co., 2021. ISBN:9781324002048.

Elser, Jim and Phil Haygarth. Phosphorus: Past and Future. Oxford University Press, 2020. ISBN:9780199862498.

Evans, Chris and Louise Miskell. Swansea copper : A global history. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020. ISBN:9781421439112.

Fadda, Maria Rita. Lingua e scienza nel secolo delle cose: Il Newtonianismo per le dame di Francesco Algarotti. Aracne, 2024. ISBN:9791221812152.

Farrier, David. Anthropocene Poetics: Deep Time, Sacrifice Zones, and Extinction. University of Minnesota Press, 2019. ISBN:9781517906252.

Farzin, Sina (ed.), Susan M. Gaines (ed.), and Roslynn Doris Haynes (ed.). Under the Literary Microscope: Science and Society in the Contemporary Novel. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2021.

Fisher, James D. The Enclosure of Knowledge: Books, Power and Agrarian Capitalism in Britain, 1660–1800. Cambridge University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781316517987.

Flachs, Andrew. Cultivating Knowledge: Biotechnology, Sustainability, and the Human Cost of Cotton Capitalism in India. University of Arizona Press, 2019. ISBN:9780816540259.

Fleming, Robin S. The material fall of Roman Britain, 300-525 CE. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021. ISBN:9780812252446.

Fornari, Franco and Antonio Piotti (ed.). Il sogno di Irma e il destino della psicoanalisi. Mimesis, 2024. ISBN:9791222307381.

Foscati, Alessandra. Le meraviglie del parto. Donare la vita tra Medioevo ed Età moderna. Einaudi, 2023. ISBN:9788806256708.

Freeberg, Ernest F. A Traitor to His Species: Henry Bergh and the Birth of the Animal Rights Movement. Basic Books, 2020. ISBN:9780465093861.

Fritz, Gayle J. Feeding Cahokia: Early Agriculture in the North American Heartland. University of Alabama Press, 2019. ISBN:9780817320058.

Gaines, Susan M. Accidentals. Torrey House Press, 2020. ISBN:9781948814164.

Galadini, Fabrizio. Tracce ondulanti di terremoto. Rappresentazioni letterarie dei territori sismici d’Italia. Edizioni Kirke, 2020. ISBN:9788897393603.

Geoghegan, Bernard Dionysius. Code: from information theory to French theory. Duke University Press, 2023. ISBN:9781478016366.

Gifford, John. Pecan America: Exploring a Cultural Icon. University Press of Kansas, 2019. ISBN:9780700628353.

Greca, Fernando La. Il mistero delle mappe aragonesi: Cartografie del Mezzogiorno medievale. Licosia, 2023. ISBN:9791280116307.

Gudmundson, Lowell. Costa Rica After Coffee: The Co-op Era in History and Memory. Louisiana State University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780807176252.

Gust, John Robert and Jennifer P. Mathews. Sugarcane and Rum: The Bittersweet History of Labor and Life on the Yucatán Peninsula. University of Arizona Press, 2020. ISBN:9780816538881.

Gwyn, David. The Coming of the Railway: A new global history, 1750-1850. Yale University Press, 2023. ISBN:9780300267891.

Haeckel, Ernst and Valeria Maggiore (ed.). Storia della creazione naturale. Conferenze scientifico-popolari sulla teoria dell’evoluzione in generale e su quella di Darwin, Goethe e Lamarck in particolare. Mimesis, 2024. ISBN:9791222301839.

Hathaway, Michael J. What a Mushroom Lives For: Matsutake and the Worlds They Make. Princeton University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780691225883.

Headrick, Daniel R. Humans versus Nature: A Global Environmental History. Oxford University Press, 2020. ISBN:9780190864712.

Heidenblad, David Larsson and Arabella Childs. The environmental turn in postwar Sweden: a new history of knowledge. Lund University Press, 2021. ISBN:9789198557732.

Hellyer, Robert. Green with Milk and Sugar: When Japan Filled America’s Tea Cups. Columbia University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780231199100.

Hetherington, Kregg. The Government of Beans: Regulating Life in the Age of Monocrops. Duke University Press, 2020. ISBN:9781478006060.

Hoyle, Richard (ed.). Histories of People and Landscape: Essays on the Sheffield Region in Memory of David Hey. University Of Hertfordshire Press, 2021. ISBN:9781912260393.

Irby, Georgia L. (Georgia Lynette). Using and conquering the watery world in Greco-Roman antiquity. Bloomsbury Academic, 2021. ISBN:9781350155848.

Jefferson, Brian Jordan. Digitize and Punish: racial criminalization in the digital age. University of Minnesota Press, 2020. ISBN:9781517909222.

Jentzsch, Hanno. Harvesting State Support: Institutional Change and Local Agency in Japanese Agriculture. University of Toronto Press, 2021. ISBN:9781487508548.

Johns-Putra, Adeline (ed.). Climate and Literature. Cambridge University Press, 2019. ISBN:9781108422529.

Johnston, Katherine. The Nature of Slavery: Environment and Plantation Labor in the Anglo-Atlantic World. Oxford University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780197514603.

Jones, Gareth Michael. The development of nuclear propulsion in the Royal Navy, 1946-1975. Palgrave Macmillan, published by Springer Nature, 2022. ISBN:9783031051289.

Jones, Mike (Michael Alastair). Artefacts, archives, and documentation in the relational museum. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2022. ISBN:9780367551056.

Jones-Rogers, Stephanie E. They were her property : White women as slave owners in the American South. Yale University Press, 2019. ISBN:9780300218664.

Jue, Melody. Wild Blue Media: Thinking through Seawater. Duke University Press, 2020. ISBN:9781478006121.

Kelly, Matthew (ed.). Nature and the Environment in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Liverpool University Press, 2019. ISBN:9781789620320.

Klein, Shana. The Fruits of Empire: Art, Food, and the Politics of Race in the Age of American Expansion. University of California Press, 2020. ISBN:9780520296398.

Kramnick, Jonathan. Paper Minds: Literature and the Ecology of Consciousness. University of Chicago Press, 2018. ISBN:9780226573151.

Kreiner, Jamie. Legions of Pigs in the Early Medieval West. Yale University Press, 2020. ISBN:9780300246292.

Lander, Brian. The King’s Harvest: A Political Ecology of China from the First Farmers to the First Empire. Yale University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780300255089.

Laspia, Patrizia. Logos e Physis. Il libro A della Physica di Aristotele. Palermo University Press, 2023. ISBN:9788855095280.

Lauck, Jon K. (ed.). Heartland River: A Cultural and Environmental History of the Big Sioux River Valley. The Center for Western Studies, Augustana University, 2022. ISBN:9780931170966.

Laudisa, Federico. Dalla fisica alla filosofia naturale : Niels Bohr e la cultura scientifica del Novecento. Bollati Boringhieri, 2023. ISBN:9788833940601.

Lehmann, Philipp Nicolas. Desert Edens: Colonial Climate Engineering in the Age of Anxiety. Princeton University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780691168869.

Lente, Dick van (ed.). Prophets of computing: visions of society transformed by computing. Association for Computing Machinery, 2022. ISBN:978-1-4503-9817-6.

Levy, Arnon (ed.) and Peter Godfrey-Smith (ed.). The Scientific Imagination: Philosophical & Psychological Perspectives. Oxford University Press, 2019. ISBN:9780190212308.

Li, Tania Murray and Pujo Semedi. Plantation Life: Corporate Occupation in Indonesia’s Oil Palm Zone. Duke University Press, 2021. ISBN:9781478013990.

Loewen, Royden. Mennonite Farmers: A Global History of Place and Sustainability. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021. ISBN:9781421442037.

Martin, Laura J. Wild by Design: The Rise of Ecological Restoration. Harvard University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780674979420.

McDivitt, Anne Ladyem. Hot tubs and Pac-Man: gender and the early video game industry in the United States (1950s-1980s). De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2020. ISBN:9783110664461.

Mendel, Gregor Johann and Alessandro Volpone (ed.). Le opere biologiche di Gregor Mendel per il lettore moderno. Codice Edizioni, 2024. ISBN:9791254501047.

Mihesuah, Devon A. (ed.) and Elizabeth Hoover (ed.). Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the United States: Restoring Cultural Knowledge, Protecting Environments, and Regaining Health. University of Oklahoma Press, 2019. ISBN:9780806163215.

Milov, Sarah. The Cigarette: A Political History. Harvard University Press, 2019. ISBN:9780674241213.

Moon, David. The American Steppes: The Unexpected Russian Roots of Great Plains Agriculture, 1870s–1930s. Cambridge University Press, 2020. ISBN:9781107103603.

Moore, Abigail Harrison (ed.) and R. W. Sandwell (ed.). In a New Light: Histories of Women and Energy. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780228006183.

Muthukumaran, Sureshkumar. The Tropical Turn: Agricultural Innovation in the Ancient Middle East and the Mediterranean. University of California Press, 2023. ISBN:9780520390836.

Myers, Justin Sean. Growing Gardens, Building Power: Food Justice and Urban Agriculture in Brooklyn. Rutgers University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780813589015.

Nabhan-Warren, Kristy. Meatpacking America: How Migration, Work, and Faith Unite and Divide the Heartland. University of North Carolina Press, 2021. ISBN:9781469663487.

Nelson, Scott Reynolds. Oceans of Grain: How American Wheat Remade the World. Basic Books, 2022. ISBN:9781541646469.

Nestle, Marion. Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics. University of California Press, 2022. ISBN:9780520384156.

Niewöhner, Philipp. The Archaeology of Byzantine Anatolia: From the End of Late Antiquity Until the Coming of the Turks. Oxford University Press, 2017. ISBN:9780190610487.

Nurse, Jodey. Cultivating Community: Women and Agricultural Fairs in Ontario. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780228009146.

Oliveira, Vanessa S. Slave trade and abolition : Gender, commerce, and economic transition in Luanda. The University of Wisconsin Press, 2021. ISBN:9780299325800.

Olmi, Giuseppe. Arte e scienza lungo la via Emilia: Storia naturale, illustrazioni e collezioni nell’età moderna. Edifir, 2022. ISBN:9788892801042.

Orsini, Davide. La lente distorta della società. Malattia, violazione dell’ordine sociale e stigma tra XIX e XXI secolo. Licosia, 2023. ISBN:9791280116260.

Packer, Jeremy, Kathleen Oswald, Kate Maddalena, et al. The Prison House of the circuit: Politics of control from analog to digital. University of Minnesota Press, 2023. ISBN:9781517914172.

Palladius, Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus and Valentina Nieri (ed.). Opus agriculturae: Volgarizzamento fiorentino trecentesco (II). Edizioni ETS, 2022. ISBN:9788846764409.

Parta, R. Eugene. Under the radar” tracking western radio listeners in the soviet union.. Central European University Press, 2022. ISBN:9789633864555.

Patota, Giuseppe. Parole di Galileo. Accademia della Crusca, 2023. ISBN:9788833880136.

Pompeian, Edward P. Sustaining empire : Venezuela’s trade with the United States during the Age of Revolutions, 1797-1828. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781421443386.

Purini, Franco. La sezione aurea. Il Mulino, 2024. ISBN:9788815388797.

Rath, Thomas. The Dread Plague and the Cow Killers: The Politics of Animal Disease in Mexico and the World. Cambridge University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781108844482.

Rees, Jonathan. Food Adulteration and Food Fraud. Reaktion Books, 2020. ISBN:9781789141948.

Retzlaff, Rebecca (ed.), Ryan Reft (ed.), and Amanda K. Phillips de Lucas (ed.). Justice and the Interstates : The racist truth about urban highways. Island Press, 2023. ISBN:9781642832617.

Rice, Stian. Famine in the Remaking: Food System Change and Mass Starvation in Hawaii, Madagascar, and Cambodia. University of West Virginia Press, 2020. ISBN:9781949199338.

Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela. When a Dream Dies: Agriculture, Iowa, and the Farm Crisis of the 1980s. University Press of Kansas, 2022. ISBN:9780700633555.

Robins, Jonathan E. Oil Palm: A Global History. The University of North Carolina Press, 2021. ISBN:9781469662886.

Rogers, Thomas D. Agriculture’s Energy: The Trouble with Ethanol in Brazil’s Green Revolution. The University of North Carolina Press, 2022.

Romagnani, Sergio. Storia dell’immunologia e dell’allergologia in Italia. Aracne, 2024. ISBN:9791221812060.

Roy, Sumana. How I Became a Tree. Yale University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780274760244.

Rutland, Professor Catrin. The Cow: A Natural and Cultural History. Princeton University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780691198705.

Saha, Jonathan. Colonizing Animals: Interspecies Empire in Myanmar. Cambridge University Press, 2021. ISBN:9781108839402.

Sandy, Laura R. The overseers of early American slavery : Supervisors, enslaved labourers, and the plantation enterprise. Routledge, 2020. ISBN:9780367419646.

Saxton, Dvera I. The Devil’s Fruit: Farmworkers, Health, and Environmental Justice. Rutgers University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780813598628.

Schmidgen, Henning. Horn, or the counterside of media. Duke University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781478015109.

Silva, Claiton Marcio da (ed.) and Claudio de Majo (ed.). The age of the soybean : An environmental history of soy during the Great Acceleration. The White Horse Press, 2022. ISBN:9781912186648.

Simon, Andrew (Andrew G. ). Media of the Masses: Cassette culture in modern Egypt. Stanford University Press, 2022. ISBN:9781503629431.

Skidmore, Colleen. Rare Merit: women in photography in Canada, 1840-1940. UBC Press, 2022. ISBN:9780774867054.

Squillace, Giuseppe. Nella bottega del profumiere. Tecniche e segreti di un’arte antica attraverso Teofrasto, Apollonio Mys e Plinio il Vecchio. Le Monnier, 2023. ISBN:9788800862004.

Starbuck, David R., Bethany A Morrison, David Gerald Orr, et al. Historical Archaeology of the Revolutionary War Encampments of Washington’s Army. University Press of Florida, 2019. ISBN:9780813056401.

Striphas, Theodore G. Algorithmic culture before the internet. Columbia University Press, 2023. ISBN:9780231206686.

Suisman, David and Regina Lee Blaszczyk. Capitalism and the Senses. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023.

Tassoni, Mario. Mariano Daniello di Jacopo detto Taccola o Archimede da Siena. Betti Editrice, 2022. ISBN:9788875767914.

Tilly, Richard and Michael Kopsidis. From Old Regime to Industrial State: A History of German Industrialization from the Eighteenth Century to World War I. University of Chicago Press, 2020. ISBN:9780226725437.

Tkaczyk, Viktoria. Thinking with sound : A new program in the sciences and humanities around 1900. The University of Chicago Press, 2023. ISBN:9780226823287.

Tomasi, Lucia Tongiorgio. Animali in un “serraglio” pisano tra Cinque e Seicento. Edizioni ETS, 2024. ISBN:9788846768476.

Torrini, Maurizio. Da Della Porta a Vico. Studi napoletani. Agorà & Co., 2023. ISBN:9791280508539.

Toscano, Aaron Antonio. Video Games and American Culture: How Ideology Influences Virtual Worlds. Lexington Books, 2019. ISBN:9781793601308.

Tresch, John. The Reason for the Darkness of the Night: Edgar Allan Poe and the Forging of American Science. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2021. ISBN:9780374247850.

Truxes, Thomas M. The overseas trade of British America : A narrative history. Yale University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780300159882.

Turner, Sarah (ed.), Annuska Derks (ed.), and Jean-François Rousseau (ed.). Fragrant Frontier: Global Spice Entanglements from the Sino-Vietnamese Uplands. NIAS Press, 2022. ISBN:9788776943141.

Twagira, Laura Ann. Embodied Engineering: Gendered Labor, Food Security, and Taste in Twentieth-Century Mali. Ohio University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780821424414.

Tyler, Tom. Game: Animals, Video Games, and Humanity. University of Minnesota Press, 2022. ISBN:9781517910181.

Vanhaelen, Angela. The moving statues of seventeenth-century Amsterdam: automata, waxworks, fountains, labyrinths. The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2022. ISBN:9780271091402.

Vannoni, Giulia. Il canto della scienza. Come il teatro musicale interpreta Galileo, Einstein e gli altri. Bulzoni Editore, 2023. ISBN:9788868972776.

Versiero, Marco. Leonardo da Vinci: Le macchine da guerra. Giunti, 2023. ISBN:9788809932166.

Virgilio, Giulia. Parole al microscopio: i composti neoclassici nell’italiano delle scienze tra Settecento e primo Ottocento. Franco Cesati Editore, 2023. ISBN:9791254960479.

Watkins, Case. Palm Oil Diaspora: Afro-Brazilian Landscapes and Economies on Bahia’s Dendê Coast. Cambridge University Press, 2021. ISBN:9781108478823.

Weaver, Harlan, Banu Subramaniam, and Rebecca M. Herzig. Bad Dog: Pit Bull Politics and Multispecies Justice. University of Washington Press, 2021. ISBN:9780295748023.

Weeks, Michael. Cattle Beet Capital: Making Industrial Agriculture in Northern Colorado. University of Nebraska Press, 2022. ISBN:9781496208415.

Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew (ed.). The Monster Theory Reader. University of Minnesota Press, 2020. ISBN:9781517905255.

Wengle, Susanne A. Black Earth, White Bread: A Technopolitical History of Russian Agriculture and Food. University of Wisconsin Press, 2022. ISBN:9780299335403.

Wershler, Darren, Lori Emerson, and Jussi Parikka. The Lab Book: Situated Practices in Media Studies. University of Minnesota Press, 2022. ISBN:9781517902179.

Wetherington, Mark V. American Agriculture: From Farm Families to Agribusiness. Rowman & Littlefield, 2021. ISBN:9781442269279.

Wientzen, Timothy. Automatic: Literary Modernism and the Politics of Reflex. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021. ISBN:9781421440873.

Williams, Roger L. Frederick Watts and the Founding of Penn State. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2021. ISBN:9780271089898.

Williamson, Tom and Gerry Barnes. The Orchards of Eastern England: History, Ecology and Place. University Of Hertfordshire Press, 2021. ISBN:9781912260423.

Zabinski, Catherine. Amber Waves: The Extraordinary Biography of Wheat, from Wild Grass to World Megacrop. University of Chicago Press, 2020. ISBN:9780226553719.

Book Chapters

This list seems to cluster around two poles: expensive stuff, on the one hand, discoverable through the tools of business history; and the experiences of people who would have lived without expensive stuff (including books), knowable through the tools of historical archaeology. While these might seem quite different, each offers ways of getting at experiences or dynamics that go beyond what people have had to say explicitly about themselves. Note that the top concepts and places identified below point to a handful of edited volumes. The eight citations linked to Fort St. Joseph, for instance, all come from a single volume.

Concepts
(56) Historical archaeology
(40) Business history
(24) Luxury goods industry
(23) Technology and society
(15) Dwellings
(15) Technological innovation
Places
(21) United States
(11) China
(8) Fort St. Joseph
(8) Europe
(6) Mesoamerica
(4) Netherlands

Adam, Renaud. “‘Men and Books under Watch’: the Brussels’ Book Market in the Mid-Sixteenth Century through the Inquisitorial Archives.” In Buying and selling : The business of books in early modern Europe, edited by Shanti Graheli (2019), 303-321.

Ahlman, Todd M. “An Examination of Housing for Enslaved and Free Blacks on Sugar and Cotton Plantations on the Southeast Peninsula of St. Kitts.” In Archaeology of domestic landscapes of the enslaved in the Caribbean, edited by Delle, James A. (2019), 19-41.

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Álvarez, Héctor Hernández. “Technological Change of Henequen Decorticating Machines during Yucatán’s Gilded Age.” In Technology and tradition in Mesoamerica after the Spanish invasion: archaeological perspectives, edited by Alexander, Rani T. (2019)

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Roberts, Joanne. “Economic Inequality and Luxury: A Critical Luxury Studies Approach.” In The Oxford handbook of luxury business, edited by Donzé, Pierre-Yves (2020), 503-524.

Roberts, Joanne. “Luxury, Craft, Creativity, and Innovation.” In The Oxford handbook of luxury business, edited by Donzé, Pierre-Yves (2020), 151-172.

Rodriguez, Joseph and Ruben L. Anthony Jr.. “Milwaukee’s Freeway Fights: Lessons from Building and Rebuilding.” In Justice and the Interstates : The racist truth about urban highways, edited by Rebecca Retzlaff (2023)

Romero, Juan Varela. “Technological Advancement in Hydraulic Architecture: Turbine Watermills in the Sixteenth Century.” In Technical Knowledge in Europe, 1200-1500 AD, edited by Córdoba de la Llave, Ricardo (2022), 211-230.

Rose, Chelsea and Jonathan Ryan Kennedy. “Charting a New Course for Chinese Diaspora Archaeology in North America.” (2020)

Rose, Chelsea. “Burned: The Archaeology of House and Home in Jacksonville, Oregon’s, Chinese Quarter.” In Chinese diaspora archaeology in North America, edited by Chelsea Rose (2020)

Ross, Douglass E. “Reframing Overseas Chinese Archaeology as Archaeology of the Chinese Diaspora.” (2020)

Ruphy, Stéphanie. “Public Participation in the Setting of Research and Innovation Agenda: Virtues and Challenges from a Philosophical Perspective.” In Innovation beyond technology : Science for society and interdisciplinary approaches, edited by Sébastien Lechevalier (2019), 243-263.

Sampeck, Kathryn E. “An Archaeology of Indigo: Changes in Labor and Technology in the Izalcos Region of Western El Salvador.” In Technology and tradition in Mesoamerica after the Spanish invasion: archaeological perspectives, edited by Alexander, Rani T. (2019)

Scaramelli, Franz and Kay Scaramelli. “The Sword and the Stone: History, Identity, and Territoriality among the Mapoyo People of the Venezuelan Orinoco Region.” In Indigenous persistence in the colonized Americas: material and documentary perspectives on entanglement, edited by Heather Law Pezzarossi (2019)

Schmitt, Martin. “Banking the Future of Banking: Savings Banks and the Digital Age in East and West Germany.” In Prophets of computing: visions of society transformed by computing, edited by Lente, Dick van (2022), 87-116.

Schmudde, David. “Microcomputers for the Masses. Jack Tramiel and Commodore.” In Prophets of computing: visions of society transformed by computing, edited by Lente, Dick van (2022), 65-84.

Sengoku, Shintaro. “Consortium-Based Open Innovation: Exploring a Unique and Optimal Model for Regional Biotechnology Industry.” In Innovation beyond technology : Science for society and interdisciplinary approaches, edited by Sébastien Lechevalier (2019), 141-171.

Shelton, Kyle . “Right in the Way: Generations of Highway Impacts in Houston.” In Justice and the Interstates : The racist truth about urban highways, edited by Rebecca Retzlaff (2023)

Sheptak, Russell N. “Moving Masca: Persistent Indigenous Communities in Spanish Colonial Honduras.” In Indigenous persistence in the colonized Americas: material and documentary perspectives on entanglement, edited by Heather Law Pezzarossi (2019)

Sibbald, John A. “Book Bitch to the Rich—the Strife and Times of the Revd. Dr. Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1776–1847).” In Buying and selling : The business of books in early modern Europe, edited by Shanti Graheli (2019), 489-521.

Silva, Sandro Dutra e, Kárita de Jesus Boaventura, and Cassiano de Brito Rocha. “The Impact of Soybean Farming in Brazil’s Last Commodity Frontier: Scientific Food Production and Landscape Transformations in MATOPIBA.” In The age of the soybean : An environmental history of soy during the Great Acceleration, edited by Silva, Claiton Marcio da (2022)

Steere, Benjamin A. “New insights from the anthropological archaeology of Native-built log cabins in the Southeast.” In Native American log cabins in the Southeast, edited by Gregory A. Waselkov (2019)

Stegemann, Nicole. “Luxury Brand Extensions and Perceived Luxury: Insights from the Australian Market.” In The Oxford handbook of luxury business, edited by Donzé, Pierre-Yves (2020), 249-272.

Suisman, David. “Sky’s the Limit: Capitalism, the Senses, and the Failure of Commercial Supersonic Aviation in the United States.” (2023)

Sumner, James. “The United Kingdom: Going it Alone?.” In Prophets of computing: visions of society transformed by computing, edited by Lente, Dick van (2022), 119-168.

Sunseri, Charlotte K. “Meat Economies of the Chinese American West.” In Chinese diaspora archaeology in North America, edited by Chelsea Rose (2020)

Takazakura, Yoshinobu and Hirofumi Utsumi. “Dreams of the Vanquished: Narratives of Postwar Japan.” In Prophets of computing: visions of society transformed by computing, edited by Lente, Dick van (2022), 363-397.

Tatarchenko, Ksenia. “Man–Machine Dialogues: Computer Representations and Appropriations in the Soviet Union and the United States.” In Prophets of computing: visions of society transformed by computing, edited by Lente, Dick van (2022), 33-64.

Thierry, Benjamin G. and Valérie Schafer. “French National Paths Within a Global Computing Market.” In Prophets of computing: visions of society transformed by computing, edited by Lente, Dick van (2022), 169-200.

Thomas, Drew B. “Cashing in on Counterfeits: Fraud in the Reformation Print Industry.” In Buying and selling : The business of books in early modern Europe, edited by Shanti Graheli (2019), 276-300.

Toland, Janet. “Big Brother in New Zealand: Anticipating the Computer.” In Prophets of computing: visions of society transformed by computing, edited by Lente, Dick van (2022), 421-457.

Trindade, Rhuan Targino Zaleski. “The Polish-Brazilian Soy Connection: Ceslau Biezanko and the introduction of Soy Utilities in Rio Grande do Sul During the 1930s.” In The age of the soybean : An environmental history of soy during the Great Acceleration, edited by Silva, Claiton Marcio da (2022)

Tromans, Philip. “The Business of Browsing in Early Modern English Bookshops.” In Buying and selling : The business of books in early modern Europe, edited by Shanti Graheli (2019), 111-135.

Vacalebre, Natale. “‘Beautiful Intellects Should Not Hide’: the Bookshop of Luciano Pasini, Bookseller and Publisher between Perugia and Venice in the Late Sixteenth Century.” In Buying and selling : The business of books in early modern Europe, edited by Shanti Graheli (2019), 322-352.

Vega, Teresa María Criado. “Technical Recipes at the Library of the Royal Palace of Madrid: Manuscript II/1393(6).” In Technical Knowledge in Europe, 1200-1500 AD, edited by Córdoba de la Llave, Ricardo (2022), 37-54.

Vitorino, Tatiana, Maria João Melo, and Paula Nabais. “The Production of Colour in Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts.” In Technical Knowledge in Europe, 1200-1500 AD, edited by Córdoba de la Llave, Ricardo (2022), 1-22.

Wang, Qing. “Luxury in China.” In The Oxford handbook of luxury business, edited by Donzé, Pierre-Yves (2020), 461-482.

Webb, Paul. “Cherokee cabins at Hickory Log.” In Native American log cabins in the Southeast, edited by Gregory A. Waselkov (2019)

Weduwen, Arthur der. “Booksellers, Newspaper Advertisements and a National Market for Print in the Seventeenth-Century Dutch Republic.” In Buying and selling : The business of books in early modern Europe, edited by Shanti Graheli (2019), 420-447.

Wiedmann, Klaus-Peter. “Consumers’ Perceptions and Evaluations of Luxury and Luxury Brands.” (2020), 287-308.

Williams, Nina and Rani T. Alexander. “Norias, Cenotes, and Rejolladas: Changes in Yucatán’s Hydrogeologic Landscape after the Spanish Invasion.” In Technology and tradition in Mesoamerica after the Spanish invasion: archaeological perspectives, edited by Alexander, Rani T. (2019)

Yifan, Zheng and Mark Csikszentmihalyi. “Narratives of Decline and Fragmentation, and the Hanshu Bibliographic Taxonomies of Technical Arts.” In Technical arts in the Han histories : Tables and treatises in the Shiji and Hanshu, edited by Csikszentmihalyi, Mark (2021)

Zanzot, Jocelyn and Rebecca Retzlaff. “The Interstates, Racism, and the Need for Truth and Reconciliation: The Case of Highway Routing in Alabama.” In Justice and the Interstates : The racist truth about urban highways, edited by Rebecca Retzlaff (2023)

Zeide, Anna. “Soy and Meat: A Postwar North American History.” In The age of the soybean : An environmental history of soy during the Great Acceleration, edited by Silva, Claiton Marcio da (2022)

Journal Articles

Agricultural History

Ahlberg, Kristin L. ““Food for Peace is a Moral Program”: The Intersection of Agricultural and Human Rights Policy during the Carter Administration.” Agricultural History 95, no. 1 (2021): 132-171.

Atsushi, Ito. “Japanese Market Development Programs under PL 480 in the late 1950s: Focus on Wheat and Rice.” Agricultural History 95, no. 2 (2021): 245-275.

Auderset, Juri and Peter Moser. “Exploring Agriculture in the Age of Industrial Capitalism: Swiss Farmers and Agronomists in North America and the Transnational Entanglements of Agricultural Knowledge, 1870s to 1950s.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 91-127.

Baker, Andrew C. “On the Matter of Enchantment.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 262-266.

Barnes, Bryant K. “Fresh Fruit and Rotten Railroads: Fruit Growers, Populism, and the Future of the New South.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 54-90.

Bottiger, Patrick. “Fertile Grounds: Knowledge, Ceremony, and the Intensification of Maize.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 513-546.

Braden, Peter. “Crafting Rice Assignments.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 628-632.

Bremer, Jeff. “An Engaging and Popular Primary Source: Little Heathens: Hard Times and High Spirits on an Iowa Farm during the Great Depression.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 633-637.

Chu, Leo. “With and against the Grain: The Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center and Modest Narratives of Green Revolution in Taiwan, 1963–2002.” Agricultural History 97, no. 3 (2023): 448-477.

Colby, Ashley. “Don’t Just Learn the Lesson, Live the Lesson: Study Abroad Trips for Teaching Community-Based Sustainable Agriculture.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 638-642.

Cook, Margaret. “Australia’s Entanglement in Global Cotton.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 29-53.

Cornes, Saskia C. C. “Soil as the Archive.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 643-648.

Curry, Helen Anne. “Diversifying Description: Sweet Potato Science and International Agricultural Research after the Green Revolution.” Agricultural History 97, no. 3 (2023): 414-447.

Danbom, David B. “In Memoriam: Hiram Drache, August 18, 1924–October 17, 2020.” Agricultural History 95, no. 1 (2021): 172-173.

Derry, Margaret Elsinor. “North American Beef Breeding and the Modernization of the International Cattle Breeding Industries, 1950–2000.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 187-221.

Derry, Margaret Elsinor. “Purity: Its Role in Livestock Breeding and Eugenics, 1880–1920.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 580-609.

Dimas, Carlos S. “In Service and Observation of the State: The Argentine Meteorological Service and the Culture of Weather Observation in Argentina, 1872–1915.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 128-163.

Effland, Anne B. W. “Introduction: Forum: Ideology of the Small Family Farm and Its Influence on US Public Policy.” Agricultural History 95, no. 2 (2021): 311-312.

Effland, Anne B. W. “Small Farms/Family Farms: Tracing a History of Definitions and Meaning.” Agricultural History 95, no. 2 (2021): 313-330.

Fedorova, Maria. “Bread or Iron? Competing Visions of American Aid to Soviet Russia, 1921–1923.” Agricultural History 97, no. 2 (2023): 245-272.

Fraunholtz, Peter. “Russian Grain Procurement in a Revolutionary State: Grain Registration in Penza Province, 1917–1919.” Agricultural History 98, no. 1 (2024): 71-102.

Frens-String, Joshua. “Natural Partners: Chilean Nitrates and the Rise of Intensive Agriculture in the US South, 1900–1945.” Agricultural History 97, no. 1 (2023): 48-83.

Garnett, John R. “Winds of Change: Plant Pathology, Transnational Wheat Rust, and the Environmental Origins of the Green Revolution, 1904–1953.” Agricultural History 97, no. 2 (2023): 273-310.

Gilbert, Jess Carr. “Comment: Family Farms, Agricultural Policy, and Small-Farm Essentialism.” Agricultural History 95, no. 2 (2021): 971-978.

Hamilton, David E. “Revisiting Rural Poverty and Farm Policy in the Age of Roosevelt.” Agricultural History 95, no. 2 (2021): 362-370.

Hamilton, Shane. “Managing the Farm: Bullshit in Theory and Practice.” Agricultural History 98, no. 1 (2024): 1-22.

Hamilton, Shane. “New Materialism and the History of Agribusiness.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 253-258.

Hersey, Mark D. “Material Stories, Old and New.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 237-242.

Holmes, Matthew. “Hybrid Teaching: A Classroom Case Study on the History of Mendelian Genetics.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 622-627.

Holt, Marilyn Irvin. “On the Farm Front with the Victory Farm Volunteers.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 164-186.

Johnson, Tai Elizabeth. “The Shifting Nature of Subsistence on the Hopi Indian Reservation.” Agricultural History 97, no. 2 (2023): 215-244.

Kaplan, Rebecca. “Teaching US History through Land-Grant Universities and Agriculture Education.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 616-621.

Kopp, Peter A. . “Bring Us in Good Ale: England’s Century-Long Hop Breeding Experiment.” Agricultural History 97, no. 1 (2023): 121-145.

Lecain, Timothy James. “Deep Culture: A Very Brief Brief of the New Materialism.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 225-230.

Márquez-Osuna, Angélica. “Beekeeping from the South: The Yucatán Peninsula’s “Industrious Bee” and the Rise of Modern Apiculture.” Agricultural History 98, no. 1 (2024): 23-49.

Matsuda, Matt K. “Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa.” Agricultural History 97, no. 1 (2023): 161-163.

Miller, Cody. “Soils as Archives: Cultivating an Integrative Pedagogy for Soil History and Place-Based Education in Appalachia.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 649-655.

Morris, Craig and David Bolingbroke. “From Bread to Cake: A Global History of Pacific Northwest Wheat during the Cold War.” Agricultural History 96, no. 3 (2022): 417-443.

Osterud, Grey. “In Memoriam: Mats Morell.” Agricultural History 97, no. 2 (2023): 311-318.

Pakiam, Geoffrey K. ““Not the Oil of the Country”: Smallholders and British Malaya’s Oil Palm Industry, 1929–1941.” Agricultural History 95, no. 1 (2021): 69-103.

Pál, Viktor . “The Second Hungarian Conquest of the Carpathian Basin: High Modernism and the Ecological Crisis in the Eastern Half of the Habsburg Empire during the Nineteenth Century.” Agricultural History 98, no. 1 (2024): 50-70.

Petty, Adrienne. “The Honey Pond and the Flapjack Tree: The USDA at Two World Fairs, 1933–1940.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 1-28.

Raby, Megan. “Beyond Bananas: The United Fruit Company and Agricultural “Diversification”.” Agricultural History 97, no. 3 (2023): 383-413.

Regan, Joe. “Irish Canallers and the Second Slavery in the Lower Mississippi Valley.” Agricultural History 96, no. 3 (2022): 317-341.

Reid, Debra A. “Come Along! Exploring Agricultural History and the Public History of Biotechnology.” Agricultural History 95, no. 1 (2021): 5-35.

Reid, Debra A. “Field Trip!: Museums Teaching through Agriculture.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 677-684.

Smith-Howard, Kendra. “An Invitation to Dance.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 231-236.

Sollai, Michele. “How to Feed an Empire?: Agrarian Science, Indigenous Farming, and Wheat Autarky in Italian-Occupied Ethiopia, 1937–1941.” Agricultural History 96, no. 3 (2022): 379-416.

Soluri, John. “New Materialisms, Familiar Challenges.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 248-252.

Sørensen, Esben Bøgh. “From Thrift to Improvement: Reimagining Agrarian Management in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 547-579.

Specht, Joshua. “The Uses and Limits of Materialist Approaches.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 259-261.

Suits, Robert. “Hoboes, Wheat, and Climate Precarity, 1870–1922.” Agricultural History 97, no. 1 (2023): 1-47.

Summers, Mary. “A Dog with a Bone: A Critique of Paul Taylor’s Small-Farm Essentialism.” Agricultural History 95, no. 2 (2021): 331-361.

Swanson, Drew A. “Growing Wild: Visions of Wildlife Management as Agricultural Science in American Forests and Fields.” Agricultural History 97, no. 2 (2023): 177-214.

Tally, Rebecca. ““How to Not Win Friends”: Mundane Matters, Constant Critique, and the Rockefeller Foundation’s Defense of Wheat Production in Colombia, 1950–1965.” Agricultural History 97, no. 1 (2023): 84-120.

Timmerman, Nicholas A. and Abigail J. Carpenter. “Study USA: Agriculture and History of the Mississippi Delta.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 656-661.

Uekötter, Frank. “Introduction: Roundtable – Should Agricultural Historians Care about the New Materialism.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 223-224.

Uekötter, Frank. “Let’s Talk about Momentum.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 267-270.

Urban, Andrew. “Agricultural Public History, Reimagined: Seabrook Farms as a Case Study.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 685-690.

Vail, David D. “False Gospels of Efficiency: Contested Knowledge, Determined Experts, and Unfaithful Lands in Rural Utah.” Agricultural History 96, no. 3 (2022): 342-378.

Vause, Erika. “State of Nature: Risk, Responsibility, and the Moral Economies of Agricultural Insurance in Nineteenth-Century France.” Agricultural History 97, no. 3 (2023): 351-382.

Welk-Joerger, Nicole and David D. Vail. “Introduction: “You Probably Teach Agricultural History, Even If You Don’t Know It”.” Agricultural History 97, no. 4 (2023): 610-615.

Welk-Joerger, Nicole . “Reimagining Agricultural Embodiment with Feminist Foundations.” Agricultural History 96, no. 1-2 (2022): 243-247.

Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology

Ağın, Başak and Z. Gizem Yılmaz. “Hearing the Living Metaphors: A Response to Serpil Oppermann’s “Storied Seas”.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 4 (2023): 331-342.

Caracciolo, Marco and Gry Ulstein. “The Weird and the Meta in Jeff VanderMeer’s Dead Astronauts.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 30, no. 1 (2022): 1-23.

Chu, Leo. “Industries of Purity: Horses, Idols, and Affective Economy in Uma Musume Pretty Derby.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 2 (2023): 133-158.

Craddock, Paul T. “Fabric Bodies: The Craft of Vascular Anastomosis.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 30, no. 2 (2022): 141-169.

DeFalco, Amelia. “What Do Sex Robots Want? Representation, Materiality, and Queer Use.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 3 (2023): 257-284.

Estok, Simon C. “Cli-fi and the Future of the Novel: Building on Helena Feder’s “Ecocriticism and Biology” Special Issue.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 4 (2023): 317-329.

Gruber, David R. “Material Foundations of Scientific Metaphors: A New Materialist Metaphor Studies.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 1 (2023): 1-34.

Henrickson, Leah and Albert Meroño-Peñuela. “The Hermeneutics of Computer-Generated Texts.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 30, no. 2 (2022): 115-139.

Houe, Ulf. “The Protoplasmic Imagination: Ernst Haeckel and H. P. Lovecraft.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 30, no. 1 (2022): 47-76.

Kistler, Jordan. “I Cannot Tell You All the Story: Narrative, Historical Knowledge, and the Museum in H. G. Wells’s The Time Machine.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 30, no. 3 (2022): 257-283.

Leong, Diana. “A Hundred Tiny Hands: Slavery, Nanotechnology, and the Anthropocene in Midnight Robber.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 30, no. 2 (2022): 171-201.

Lüttge, Felix. “Seas of Data; or, The Oceanographer in the Archive.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 3 (2023): 197-227.

Lynes, Krista. “How Like a Leaf: Vital Energy in Greenhouse Infrastructures.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 2 (2023): 159-184.

Matthews, Graham. “Science, Scientists, and Prehistories of SSK in Mid-Twentieth-Century British Literature.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 2 (2023): 101-131.

Mitchell, Lauren A. “Erotic Surgery: J. G. Ballard’s Crash, Octavia Butler’s “Bloodchild,” and the Visual Legacy of the Medical Museum.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 30, no. 3 (2022): 285-312.

Monnin, Victor. “Reading Omens in the Escape of Genetically Engineered Dinosaurs, 1970s–1990s.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 1 (2023): 35-59.

Otis, Laura. “Creative Writing: Embracing Unfamiliar Knowledge.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 4 (2023): 343-350.

Pearl, Zach. “Feminist Digital Ecology: Mimesis, Fictocriticism and Altering Technological Space.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 3 (2023): 229-255.

Peh, Li Qi. “Dispassionate Dissections and Their Emotional Rewards: Reading William Harvey and Richard Blackmore.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 30, no. 1 (2022): 25-46.

Smith, Deirdre Madeleine. “The Origins of Animal Art.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 31, no. 1 (2023): 61-90.

York, Emily. “Interspecies Ethics and the Limits of Epistemic Authority in Karen Joy Fowler’s We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 30, no. 1 (2022): 77-104.

Economic History Review

Aidt, Toke S., Romola J. Davenport, and Felix Gray. “New perspectives on the contribution of sanitary investments to mortality decline in English cities, 1845–1909.” Economic History Review 76, no. 2 (2023): 624-660.

Bertazzini, Mattia C. “The effect of settler farming on indigenous agriculture: Evidence from Italian Libya.” Economic History Review 76, no. 1 (2023): 31-59.

Bovenkerk, Henning and Christine Fertig. “Consumer revolution in north-western Germany: Material culture, global goods, and proto-industry in rural households in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries.” Economic History Review 76, no. 2 (2023): 551-574.

Brunt, Liam and Edmund Cannon. “English farmers’ wheat storage and sales in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.” Economic History Review 75, no. 3 (2022): 932-959.

Federico, Giovanni. “Introduction to the symposium on demographic shocks.” Economic History Review 75, no. 4 (2022): 995-996.

Field, Alexander J. “The decline of US manufacturing productivity between 1941 and 1948.” Economic History Review 76, no. 4 (2023): 1163-1190.

Flandreau, Marc and Geoffroy Legentilhomme. “Cyberpunk Victoria: The credibility of computers and the first digital revolution, 1848–83.” Economic History Review 75, no. 4 (2022): 1083-1119.

Franke, Richard. “Poverty, pollution, and mortality: The 1918 influenza pandemic in a developing German economy.” Economic History Review 75, no. 4 (2022): 1026-1053.

Frankema, Ewout and Marlous van Waijenburg. “What about the race between education and technology in the Global South? Comparing skill premiums in colonial Africa and Asia.” Economic History Review 76, no. 3 (2023): 941-978.

Gómez-i-Aznar, Èric. “Ad maiorem Dei gloriam: Numeracy levels in the Guarani Jesuit missions.” Economic History Review 76, no. 1 (2023): 87-117.

Guimbeau, Amanda, Nidhiya Menon, and Aldo Musacchio. “Short- and medium-run health and literacy impacts of the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic in Brazil.” Economic History Review 75, no. 4 (2022): 997-1025.

Hannah, Leslie and Robert Bennett. “Large-scale Victorian manufacturers: Reconstructing the lost 1881 UK employer census.” Economic History Review 75, no. 3 (2022): 830-856.

Hao, Yu, Yuanzhe Li, and John V. C. Nye. “Wiring China: The impact of telegraph construction on grain market integration in late imperial China, 1870–1911.” Economic History Review 75, no. 3 (2022): 857-880.

Ivanov, Martin and Michael Kopsidis. “Industrialisation in a small grain economy during the First Globalisation: Bulgaria c. 1870–1910.” Economic History Review 76, no. 1 (2023): 169-198.

Kenny, Seán, Jason Lennard, and Kevin Hjortshøj O’Rourke. “An annual index of Irish industrial production, 1800–1913.” Economic History Review 76, no. 1 (2023): 283-304.

Maw, Peter, Peter M. Solar, Aidan Kane, et al. “After the great inventions: technological change in UK cotton spinning, 1780–1835.” Economic History Review 75, no. 1 (2022): 22-55.

Natkhov, Timur and Natalia Vasilenok. “Ethnic-specific infant care practices and infant mortality in late Imperial Russia.” Economic History Review 76, no. 3 (2023): 783-806.

Nicholas, Tom. “Status and mortality: Is there a Whitehall effect in the United States?.” Economic History Review 76, no. 4 (2023): 1191-1230.

Ogasawara, Kota. “Persistence of natural disasters on children’s health: Evidence from the Great Kantō Earthquake of 1923.” Economic History Review 75, no. 4 (2022): 1054-1082.

Okazaki, Tetsuji. “Designing wartime economic controls: Productivity and firm dynamics in the Japanese cotton spinning industry, 1937–9.” Economic History Review 76, no. 4 (2023): 999-1022.

Otojanov, Ravshonbek, Roger Fouquet, and Brigitte Granville. “Factor prices and induced technical change in the industrial revolution.” Economic History Review 76, no. 2 (2023): 599-623.

Raftakis, Michail. “Urban mortality in Greece: Hermoupolis (1859–1940).” Economic History Review 76, no. 3 (2023): 728-758.

Ryckbosch, Wouter and Wout Saelens. “Fuelling the urban economy: A comparative study of energy in the Low Countries, 1600–1850.” Economic History Review 76, no. 1 (2023): 221-256.

Slack, Paul. “Perceptions of plague in eighteenth‐century Europe.” Economic History Review 75, no. 1 (2022): 138-156.

Travieso, Emiliano. “Soils, scale, or elites? Biological innovation in Uruguayan cattle farming, 1880–1913.” Economic History Review 76, no. 2 (2023): 498-524.

Udale, Charles. “Evaluating early modern lockdowns: Household quarantine in Bristol, 1565–1604.” Economic History Review 76, no. 1 (2023): 118-144.

HOPOS

Agiriano, Arantza Etxeberria. “Jacob’s Understanding of Reproduction: Challenges from an Organismic Collaborative Framework.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 535-553.

Cozzoli, Daniele. “The Logic of Life, the Creation of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, and the Relation between Molecular Biology and Physics.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 463-482.

Duerr, Patrick M. “Popper: Critical Rationalist, Conventionalist, and Virtue Epistemologist.” HOPOS 13, no. 1 (2023): 54-90.

Henne, Céline. “John Dewey: Was the Inventor of Instrumentalism Himself an Instrumentalist?.” HOPOS 13, no. 1 (2023): 120-150.

Holder, Justin P. “Poincaré’s Radical Ontology.” HOPOS 13, no. 1 (2023): 151-179.

Hopwood, Nick. “A Sexless Universe: How Microbial Genetics Shaped the First History of Reproduction, François Jacob’s The Logic of Life.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 511-534.

Marren, Marina and Kevin Marren. “Philosophical Method of Dioscorides’s De Materia Medica.” HOPOS 13, no. 1 (2023): 180-198.

Méthot, Pierre-Olivier and Florence Vienne. “Special Section Introduction.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 454-462.

Méthot, Pierre-Olivier. “Jacob versus Monod on the Natural Selection of Ideas.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 492-510.

Mihaljević, Katarina. “Breaking into British Academic Life in Second World War Britain: The Story of Rose Rand.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 297-316.

Nguyen, Jen. “Contextualizing Newton and Clarke’s “Argument from Quantity”.” HOPOS 13, no. 1 (2023): 1-23.

Patton, Lydia . “Editor’s Note.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 453-453.

Potters, Jan and Massimiliano Simons. “We Have Never Been “New Experimentalists”: On the Rise and Fall of the Turn to Experimentation in the 1980s.” HOPOS 13, no. 1 (2023): 91-119.

Rheinberger, Hans-Jörg. “Remarks on François Jacob’s Concept of Integron.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 483-491.

Schickore, Jutta. ““Dare Explanations” (Wagerklärungen): Hypothetical Thinking in Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century German Philosophy of Science.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 387-412.

Ward, Zina B. “William Whewell, Cluster Theorist of Kinds.” HOPOS 13, no. 2 (2023): 362-386.

Wells, Aaron. “Science and the Principle of Sufficient Reason: Du Châtelet contra Wolff.” HOPOS 13, no. 1 (2023): 24-53.

HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology

Akallah, Jethron Ayumbah. “Wells and Boreholes: Resilient Water Provision in Nairobi.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 1 (2022): 48-72.

Anta, Javier. “Under Shannon’s Bandwagon. Rethinking the Reception of Information Theory in Thermal Physics, 1948-1957.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 17, no. 1 (2023): 17-38.

Araújo, Fernanda Simões Braga. “Landulfo Alves’ Trajectory as an Agronomist and Federal Intervener in Bahia: State Investments in Agriculture and Education (1938-1942).” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 17, no. 2 (2023): 36-60.

Barreto, Maria Renilda Nery and Olival Freire Júnior. “Introduction: Social History of Science and Historiography: Where are We in Brazil?.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 17, no. 2 (2023): 1-5.

Benchimol, Jaime Larry. “The History of New World Leishmaniases From a Brazilian Perspective.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 17, no. 2 (2023): 6-35.

Chakrabarty, Dipesh. “Preface: Prometheus in the Garden of Eden. Essays on the Anthropocene.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 2 (2022): 1-2.

Clarke, Sabine and Richard J. E. Brown. “Pyrethrum and the Second World War: Recontextualising DDT in the Narrative of Wartime Insect Control.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 2 (2022): 89-112.

Dickinson, Hannah and Elizabeth Johnson. “Digesting Planetary Harms: Ocean Life, Biomaterial Innovation, and Uncanny Ingestions of the Anthropocene.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 2 (2022): 48-73.

Diogo, Maria Paula, José Luís Câmara Leme, and Davide Scarso. “Introduction: Prometheus in the Garden of Eden. Essays on the Anthropocene.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 2 (2022): 3-15.

Edward, Frank. “Planned Vulnerabilities? Street Flooding and Drainage Infrastructure in Colonial Dar es Salaam.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 1 (2022): 29-47.

Gómez, Esteban Moreno and Carolina Martín Albaladejo. “Abbe’s Theory and its Introduction in Spain: The Use of Instruments for Scientific Demonstrations.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 2 (2022): 113-135.

Hård, Mikael. “Introduction: The History of East Africa’s Critical Infrastructure.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 1 (2022): 1-6.

Jayawardana, Chandana. “Colonial Impacts on Water Supplies: An Historical Review of Sluice Technologies in Ancient Sri Lankan Irrigation.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 1 (2022): 99-120.

Knowles, Scott Gabriel. “Death, Life, and Longing in the Pandemicene.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 2 (2022): 30-47.

Marcovich, Anne and Terry Shinn. “The Transformation of a Science by a “Technology”: The Case of Astrophysics and the Introduction of Machine Learning.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 17, no. 2 (2023): 81-99.

Mchome, Emanuel Lukio. “Resilience from Below: Technicians, Repair and Maintenance Works in Post-socialist Dar es Salaam, 1985-2020.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 1 (2022): 73-98.

Monnin, Victor. “The Dinosaur Renaissance 1960s-80s: A Foundational Episode for the Historiography of Paleoart.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 17, no. 1 (2023): 4-16.

Natálio, Rita. “The Anthropocene or the Perennial Mining of Otherness—Inquiry on Artistic and Ethnographical Practice for Climate Emergency.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 2 (2022): 74-88.

Nielsen, May-Brith Ohman. “Circulating Silence. The Reaction to Rachel Carson’s Book (1962) in Scandinavian Gardening Magazines.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 17, no. 2 (2023): 100-123.

Pereira, Hugo Silveira . “Colonial Railways of Mozambique: Critical and Vulnerable Infrastructure, 1880s-1930s.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 1 (2022): 7-28.

Silva, Wladimir Barbosa da and Maria Renilda Nery Barreto. “André Rebouças Beyond the Atlantic: The Racism and Sociability Network of a Black Nineteenth-Century Engineer.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 17, no. 2 (2023): 61-80.

Williams, James C. “Has Humankind Overwhelmed Nature’s Agency?.” HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology 16, no. 2 (2022): 16-29.

Journal of Historical Geography

Banos, Vincent, Bruno Bouet, and Philippe Deuffic. “From edenic island to endemic park: A historical political ecology of environmental degradation narratives on Réunion (West Indian Ocean).” Journal of Historical Geography 82 (2023): 144-155.

Dargın, Cevat. “Anticipatory historical geographies of violence: Imagining, mapping, and integrating Dersim into the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish state, 1866–1939.” Journal of Historical Geography 81 (2023): 162-178.

Ferriday, Lena. “‘An indispensable aid’: Urban mobility, networks and the guidebook in Bristol, 1900–1930.” Journal of Historical Geography 79 (2023): 99-110.

Gibson, Chris and Andrew Warren. “Animating historical resource geographies: Encountering the guitar’s North American material traces.” Journal of Historical Geography 81 (2023): 110-122.

Gough, Milo. “Representing Freetown: Photographs, maps and postcards in the urban cartography of colonial Sierra Leone.” Journal of Historical Geography 81 (2023): 3-15.

Hansen, Christian Pilegaard. “To reserve or not to reserve: the battle over forest conservation in the Gold Coast, 1889–1927.” Journal of Historical Geography 79 (2023): 65-75.

Jakubowski, Melchior. “Spatial dimensions of religious practice in multi-confessional Eastern Europe, circa 1760–1820.” Journal of Historical Geography 81 (2023): 32-42.

Karsvall, Olof, Kristofer Jupiter, and Anders Wästfelt. “Fenced open-fields in mixed-farming systems: spatial organisation and cooperation in southern Sweden during the seventeenth century.” Journal of Historical Geography 80 (2023): 18-31.

Kirby, Philip. “Codifying clumsiness: Tracing the origins of dyspraxia through a transatlantic constellation of mobility (1866–1948).” Journal of Historical Geography 82 (2023): 134-143.

Lightfoot, Dale R., Allen Finchum, Jacqueline M. Vadjunec, et al. “Traditional environmental knowledge and transport efficiency of a communal canal network, Tafilalt oasis, Morocco: A historical GIS analytics perspective.” Journal of Historical Geography 80 (2023): 79-93.

Limor-Sagiv, Galia and Nurit Lissovsky. “Place and displacement: Historical geographies of Israel’s largest landfill.” Journal of Historical Geography 80 (2023): 32-43.

Łopatecki, Karol. “Cartographic reinterpretation of Central and Eastern Europe in the 16th century.” Journal of Historical Geography 81 (2023): 132-145.

Lowrie, Claire. “Chinese elites, hill stations and contested racial discrimination in interwar colonial Malaya and the Philippines.” Journal of Historical Geography 79 (2023): 52-64.

Mamontova, Nadezhda. “The Nuclear Anthropocene of the Soviet north: Cold War vernacular collecting and mining uranium, and its legacies.” Journal of Historical Geography 82 (2023): 38-48.

Offen, Karl. “The lifeworld of Elizabeth Symons: family biography and Atlantic geographies in the eighteenth century.” Journal of Historical Geography 79 (2023): 87-98.

Pai, Pi-Ling. “Where military and fluvial geographies disastrously conjoined: The Huayuankou flood of 1938–1947 during the Sino-Japanese war.” Journal of Historical Geography 81 (2023): 146-161.

Roberts, John Michael. “Traffic logic, state strategies and free speech in an urban park: The Park Lane Road Improvement Scheme, London, 1955–1962.” Journal of Historical Geography 81 (2023): 179-189.

Rogers, Pat. “The making of Atlas Maritimus (1728): A shift towards commercial geography.” Journal of Historical Geography 80 (2023): 69-78.

Simpson, Thomas and Mike Hulme. “Climate, cartography, and the life and death of the ‘natural region’ in British geography.” Journal of Historical Geography 80 (2023): 44-57.

Sveding, Anton. “Timber, money, and shelter: The promotion of private tree planting in New Zealand during the 1920s.” Journal of Historical Geography 81 (2023): 123-131.

Vadas, András and László Ferenczi. “Small urban waters and environmental pressure before industrialization: The case of Hungary.” Journal of Historical Geography 82 (2023): 98-109.

Wrigley, Charlotte. “An explosive landscape: Arranging the barnacle goose on the Solway Firth.” Journal of Historical Geography 82 (2023): 110-121.

Zaneri, Taylor. “The spatial logic of health: Managing waste, water and infrastructure in later medieval Bologna.” Journal of Historical Geography 81 (2023): 97-109.

Science Communication

Anderson, Ashley A. and Amy B. Becker. “Not Just Funny After All: Sarcasm as a Catalyst for Public Engagement With Climate Change.” Science Communication 40, no. 4 (2018): 524-540.

Anderson, Ashley A. and Heidi E. Huntington. “Social Media, Science, and Attack Discourse: How Twitter Discussions of Climate Change Use Sarcasm and Incivility.” Science Communication 39, no. 5 (2017): 598-620.

Armon, Rony. “Radio Sensors and Electric Storms: Scientific Metaphors in Media Talks.” Science Communication 39, no. 4 (2017): 443-465.

Aurbach, Elyse L., Katherine E. Prater, Brandon Patterson, et al. “Half-Life Your Message: A Quick, Flexible Tool for Message Discovery.” Science Communication 40, no. 5 (2018): 669-677.

Besley, John C., Anthony Dudo, Shupei Yuan, et al. “Understanding Scientists’ Willingness to Engage.” Science Communication 40, no. 5 (2018): 559-590.

Bilandzic, Helena, Anja Kalch, and Jens Soentgen. “Effects of Goal Framing and Emotions on Perceived Threat and Willingness to Sacrifice for Climate Change.” Science Communication 39, no. 4 (2017): 466-491.

Bjørkdahl, Kristian and Benedicte Carlsen. “Fear of the Fear of the Flu: Assumptions About Media Effects in the 2009 Pandemic.” Science Communication 39, no. 3 (2017): 358-381.

Brookfield, Katherine, Sara Tilley, and Máire Cox. “Informal Science Learning for Older Adults.” Science Communication 38, no. 5 (2016): 655-665.

Campos, Rita and Magnólia Araújo. “Traditional Artistic Expressions in Science Communication in a Globalized World: Contributions From an Exploratory Project Developed in Northeast Brazil.” Science Communication 39, no. 6 (2017): 798-809.

Carr, Anna E., Ann Grand, and Miriam Sullivan. “Knowing Me, Knowing You.” Science Communication 39, no. 6 (2017): 771-781.

Cooper, Kathryn E. and Erik C. Nisbet. “Green Narratives: How Affective Responses to Media Messages Influence Risk Perceptions and Policy Preferences About Environmental Hazards.” Science Communication 38, no. 5 (2016): 626-654.

Dahlstrom, Michael Field and Sonny Rosenthal. “Third-Person Perception of Science Narratives: The Case of Climate Change Denial.” Science Communication 40, no. 3 (2018): 340-365.

Davies, Sarah R. and Noriko Harada. “Public Science in a Wired World: How Online Media Are Shaping Science Communication.” Science Communication 39, no. 5 (2017): 563-568.

Detenber, Benjamin H., Shirley S. Ho, Adeline H. Ong, et al. “Complementary Versus Competitive Framing Effects in the Context of Pro-Environmental Attitudes and Behaviors.” Science Communication 40, no. 2 (2018): 173-198.

Dixon, Graham and Austin Hubner. “Neutralizing the Effect of Political Worldviews by Communicating Scientific Agreement: A Thought-Listing Study.” Science Communication 40, no. 3 (2018): 393-415.

Dixon, Graham, Jay Hmielowski, and Yanni Ma. “Improving Climate Change Acceptance Among U.S. Conservatives Through Value-Based Message Targeting.” Science Communication 39, no. 4 (2017): 520-534.

Driedger, S. Michelle, Ebenezer Dassah, and Ruth Ann Marrie. “Contesting Medical Miracles: A Collective Action Framing Analysis of CCSVI and Venous Angioplasty (“Liberation Therapy”) for People With Multiple Sclerosis in News and Social Media.” Science Communication 40, no. 4 (2018): 469-498.

Dumas-Mallet, Estelle, Andy Smith, Thomas Boraud, et al. “Scientific Uncertainty in the Press: How Newspapers Describe Initial Biomedical Findings.” Science Communication 40, no. 1 (2018): 124-141.

Dunwoody, Sharon L. and Patrice A. Kohl. “Using Weight-of-Experts Messaging to Communicate Accurately About Contested Science.” Science Communication 39, no. 3 (2017): 338-357.

Fähnrich, Birte and Corinna Lüthje. “Roles of Social Scientists in Crisis Media Reporting: The Case of the German Populist Radical Right Movement PEGIDA.” Science Communication 39, no. 4 (2017): 415-442.

Flemming, Danny, Ulrike Cress, and Joachim Kimmerle. “Processing the Scientific Tentativeness of Medical Research: An Experimental Study on the Effects of Research News and User Comments in Online Media.” Science Communication 39, no. 6 (2017): 745-770.

Fogg-Rogers, Laura, Ana Margarida Sardo, and Corra Boushel. ““Robots Vs Animals”: Establishing a Culture of Public Engagement and Female Role Modeling in Engineering Higher Education.” Science Communication 39, no. 2 (2017): 195-220.

Fradkin, Chris. “Scientific Publication for Nonnative English Speakers: A Retrospective of a Workshop in Brazil.” Science Communication 39, no. 3 (2017): 395-403.

Fung, Timothy K. F., Robert J. Griffin, and Sharon L. Dunwoody. “Testing Links Among Uncertainty, Affect, and Attitude Toward a Health Behavior.” Science Communication 40, no. 1 (2018): 33-62.

Gardiner, Anna, Miriam Sullivan, and Ann Grand. “Who Are You Writing for? Differences in Response to Blog Design Between Scientists and Nonscientists.” Science Communication 40, no. 1 (2018): 109-123.

Geiger, Nathaniel, Janet K. Swim, John Fraser, et al. “Catalyzing Public Engagement With Climate Change Through Informal Science Learning Centers.” Science Communication 39, no. 2 (2017): 221-249.

Goldfarb, Jillian L. and Douglas L. Kriner. “Building Public Support for Science Spending: Misinformation, Motivated Reasoning, and the Power of Corrections.” Science Communication 39, no. 1 (2017): 77-100.

González, David, Anna Mateu, Empar Pons, et al. “Women Scientists as Decor: The Image of Scientists in Spanish Press Pictures.” Science Communication 39, no. 4 (2017): 535-547.

González-Santos, Sandra P., Neil Stephens, and Rebecca Dimond. “Narrating the First “Three-Parent Baby”: The Initial Press Reactions From the United Kingdom, the United States, and Mexico.” Science Communication 40, no. 4 (2018): 419-441.

Groulx, Mark, Marie Claire Brisbois, Christopher J. Lemieux, et al. “A Role for Nature-Based Citizen Science in Promoting Individual and Collective Climate Change Action? A Systematic Review of Learning Outcomes.” Science Communication 39, no. 1 (2017): 45-76.

Gustafsson, Karin M. “Narrating the Monarch Butterfly: Managing Knowledge Complexity and Uncertainty in Coproduction of a Collective Narrative and Public Discourse.” Science Communication 39, no. 4 (2017): 492-519.

Hilgard, Joseph and Kathleen Hall Jamieson. “Does a Scientific Breakthrough Increase Confidence in Science? News of a Zika Vaccine and Trust in Science.” Science Communication 39, no. 4 (2017): 548-560.

Hobbs, Laura Kate and Kerry Ollerenshaw. “Engaging Young Carers With Science Through Textile-Based Crafts.” Science Communication 40, no. 2 (2018): 275-286.

Hwang, Yoori and Se-Hoon Jeong. “Information Insufficiency and Information Seeking: An Experiment.” Science Communication 38, no. 6 (2016): 679-698.

Jahng, Mi Rosie and Namyeon Lee. “When Scientists Tweet for Social Changes: Dialogic Communication and Collective Mobilization Strategies by Flint Water Study Scientists on Twitter.” Science Communication 40, no. 1 (2018): 89-108.

Jia, Hepeng, Dapeng Wang, Weishan Miao, et al. “Encountered but Not Engaged: Examining the Use of Social Media for Science Communication by Chinese Scientists.” Science Communication 39, no. 5 (2017): 646-672.

Kobayashi, Keiichi. “The Impact of Perceived Scientific and Social Consensus on Scientific Beliefs.” Science Communication 40, no. 1 (2018): 63-88.

Koh, Eun Jeong, Sharon L. Dunwoody, Dominique Brossard, et al. “Mapping Neuroscientists’ Perceptions of the Nature and Effects of Public Visibility.” Science Communication 38, no. 2 (2016): 170-196.

Lee, Soobum and Sei-Hill Kim. “Scientific Knowledge and Attitudes Toward Science in South Korea: Does Knowledge Lead to Favorable Attitudes?.” Science Communication 40, no. 2 (2018): 147-172.

Liao, Youqing, Shirley S. Ho, and Xiaodong Yang. “Motivators of Pro-Environmental Behavior: Examining the Underlying Processes in the Influence of Presumed Media Influence Model.” Science Communication 38, no. 1 (2016): 51-73.

Martin, Victoria Y. “Citizen Science as a Means for Increasing Public Engagement in Science: Presumption or Possibility?.” Science Communication 39, no. 2 (2017): 142-168.

McGillion, Chris. “Animation as a Science Communication Tool in Timor-Leste.” Science Communication 39, no. 2 (2017): 278-285.

McKinnon, Merryn and Chris Bryant. “Thirty Years of a Science Communication Course in Australia: Genesis and Evolution of a Degree.” Science Communication 39, no. 2 (2017): 169-194.

Meij, Marjoleine G. van der, Jacqueline E. W. Broerse, and Frank Kupper. “Supporting Citizens in Reflection on Synthetic Biology by Means of Video-Narratives.” Science Communication 39, no. 6 (2017): 713-744.

Mendel, Jonathan and Hauke Riescha. “Gadflies Biting Science Communication: Engagement, Tricksters, and Ambivalence Online.” Science Communication 39, no. 5 (2017): 673-684.

Merkley, Eric and Dominik A. Stecula. “Party Elites or Manufactured Doubt? The Informational Context of Climate Change Polarization.” Science Communication 40, no. 2 (2018): 258-274.

Merson, Martha. “Four Principles to Guide Interactions: Assisting Communities Confronting Environmental Contamination.” Science Communication 39, no. 1 (2017): 125-136.

Metag, Julia, Mike S. Schäfer, Tobias Füchslin, et al. “Perceptions of Climate Change Imagery: Evoked Salience and Self-Efficacy in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.” Science Communication 38, no. 2 (2016): 197-227.

Mondragon, Nahia Idoiaga, Lorena Gil de Montes, and Jose Valencia. “Ebola in the Public Sphere: A Comparison Between Mass Media and Social Networks.” Science Communication 39, no. 1 (2017): 101-124.

Nabi, Robin L., Abel Gustafson, and Risa Jensen. “Framing Climate Change: Exploring the Role of Emotion in Generating Advocacy Behavior.” Science Communication 40, no. 4 (2018): 442-468.

Newman, Eryn J. and Norbert Schwarz. “Good Sound, Good Research: How Audio Quality Influences Perceptions of the Research and Researcher.” Science Communication 40, no. 2 (2018): 246-257.

Ouariachi, Tania, María Dolores Olvera-Lobo, and José Gutiérrez-Pérez. “Analyzing Climate Change Communication Through Online Games: Development and Application of Validated Criteria.” Science Communication 39, no. 1 (2017): 10-44.

Parks, Perry and Bruno Takahashi. “From Apes to Whistleblowers: How Scientists Inform, Defend, and Excite in Newspaper Op-Eds.” Science Communication 38, no. 3 (2016): 275-302.

Pechar, Emily, Thomas Bernauer, and Frederick Mayer. “Beyond Political Ideology: The Impact of Attitudes Towards Government and Corporations on Trust in Science.” Science Communication 40, no. 3 (2018): 291-313.

Pepermans, Yves and Pieter Maeseele. “Manufacturing Consent: Rereading News on Four Climate Summits (2000-2012).” Science Communication 40, no. 5 (2018): 621-649.

Peterman, Karen, Jane Robertson Evia, Emily Cloyd, et al. “Assessing Public Engagement Outcomes by the Use of an Outcome Expectations Scale for Scientists.” Science Communication 39, no. 6 (2017): 782-797.

Previs, Kathy K. “Gender and Race Representations of Scientists in Highlights for Children: A Content Analysis.” Science Communication 38, no. 3 (2016): 303-327.

Priest, Susanna Hornig. “Editor’s Note: Another Solid Year for Science Communication.” Science Communication 39, no. 1 (2017): 3-9.

Putsche, Laura, Leontina Hormel, John A. Mihelich, et al. ““You End Up Feeling Like the Rest of the World Is Kind of Picking on You”: Perceptions of Regulatory Science’s Threats to Economic Livelihoods and Idahoans’ Collective Identity.” Science Communication 39, no. 6 (2017): 687-712.

Rock, Jenny, Mark McGuire, and Alexandra Rogers. “Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Co-creation.” Science Communication 40, no. 4 (2018): 541-552.

Rodgers, Shelly, Ze Wang, Melissa A. Maras, et al. “Decoding Science: Development and Evaluation of a Science Communication Training Program Using a Triangulated Framework.” Science Communication 40, no. 1 (2018): 3-32.

Rose, Kathleen M. , Kaine Korzekwa, Dominique Brossard, et al. “Engaging the Public at a Science Festival: Findings From a Panel on Human Gene Editing.” Science Communication 39, no. 2 (2017): 250-277.

Ross, Ashley D., Rhonda Struminger, Jeffrey Winking, et al. “Science as a Public Good: Findings From a Survey of March for Science Participants.” Science Communication 40, no. 2 (2018): 228-245.

Sanden, Maarten C. A. van der, William Evans, and Susanna Hornig Priest. “Issue Introduction: Broader Societal Impacts of Science Communication.” Science Communication 39, no. 2 (2017): 139-141.

Scheu, Andreas M. and Arko Olesk. “National Contextual Influences on Mediatization: The Comparison of Science Decision Makers in Estonia and Germany.” Science Communication 40, no. 3 (2018): 366-392.

Schultz, Tracy, Kelly Fielding, and Fiona Newton. “Images That Engage People With Sustainable Urban Water Management.” Science Communication 40, no. 2 (2018): 199-227.

Simis-Wilkinson, Molly, Haley Madden, David Lassen, et al. “Scientists Joking on Social Media: An Empirical Analysis of #overlyhonestmethods.” Science Communication 40, no. 3 (2018): 314-339.

Smith, David Roy. “One Scientist’s Struggle to Be a Better Writer, and a Plea for Undergraduate Science-Writing Engagement.” Science Communication 38, no. 5 (2016): 666-674.

Song, Hwanseok, Katherine A. McComas, and Krysten L. Schuler. “Source Effects on Psychological Reactance to Regulatory Policies: The Role of Trust and Similarity.” Science Communication 40, no. 5 (2018): 591-620.

Su, Leona Yi-Fan, Dietram A. Scheufele, Larry Bell, et al. “Information-Sharing and Community-Building: Exploring the Use of Twitter in Science Public Relations.” Science Communication 39, no. 5 (2017): 569-597.

Suldovsky, Brianne, Bridie McGreavy, and Laura Lindenfeld. “Evaluating Epistemic Commitments and Science Communication Practice in Transdisciplinary Research.” Science Communication 40, no. 4 (2018): 499-523.

Thomas, Tracey L., Kristie Kannaley, Daniela B. Friedman, et al. “Media Coverage of the 2014 West Virginia Elk River Chemical Spill: A Mixed-Methods Study Examining News Coverage of a Public Health Disaster.” Science Communication 38, no. 5 (2016): 574-600.

Uzelgun, Mehmet ali, Marcin Lewiński, and Paula Castro. “Favorite Battlegrounds of Climate Action: Arguing About Scientific Consensus, Representing Science-Society Relations.” Science Communication 38, no. 6 (2016): 699-723.

Vraga, Emily K. and Leticia Bode. “Using Expert Sources to Correct Health Misinformation in Social Media.” Science Communication 39, no. 5 (2017): 621-645.

Walter, Nathan, Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach, Yu Xu, et al. “Communication Ecologies: Analyzing Adoption of False Beliefs in an Information-Rich Environment.” Science Communication 40, no. 5 (2018): 650-668.

Wang, Guoyan and Junfei Du. “One Hundred Thousand Whys: A Classic in Chinese Book History.” Science Communication 40, no. 5 (2018): 678-688.

Wang, Xiao. “Understanding Climate Change Risk Perceptions in China: Media Use, Personal Experience, and Cultural Worldviews.” Science Communication 39, no. 3 (2017): 291-312.

Warira, Diana, Eunice Mueni, Elizabeth Gay, et al. “Achieving and Sustaining Evidence-Informed Policy Making: Effective Communication and Collaboration Can Go a Long Way.” Science Communication 39, no. 3 (2017): 382-394.

You, Myoungsoon, Jungmin Joo, Esuri Park, et al. “Emerging Infectious Disease Content in Newspaper Editorials: Public Health Concern or Leadership Issue?.” Science Communication 39, no. 3 (2017): 313-337.

AbiGhannam, Niveen. “Madam Science Communicator: A Typology of Women’s Experiences in Online Science Communication.” Science Communication 38, no. 4 (2016): 468-494.

Technology and Culture

Arnold, David. “The Camera and the Cattle: Bovine Photography and Technologies of “Improvement” in Colonial South India.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1045-1070.

Beech, Lucy and Tamar Novick. “Sex Panic and the Productive Infertility of the Freemartin.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1071-1092.

Hill, Rachel. “Introducing the Act of Looking at Technology-in-Operation.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1227-1233.

Hisano, Ai. “Eye Appeal Is Buy Appeal.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1235-1247.

Kaarlenkaski, Taija. “Cows and Humans as Technology Users: Multispecies Agency and Gender in Automated Milking Systems in Finland.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1093-1119.

Kannan, Thamarai Selvan. “Skin and Sound: Caring for and Crafting Bovine Hide in South India.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1121-1139.

Kirwan, Adrian James. “Shaping Communications: The Development of the National Telegraph Network in Ireland, 1850–70.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1185-1209.

Koerner, Emily Rees. “Why Don’t We Look at Television?.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1249-1259.

Novick, Tamar. “Introducing Bovine Regimes: When Animals Become Technologies.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1027-1043.

Novick, Tamar. “On the Cover: Speculations with Vaginal Specula.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1019-1026.

Russell, Edmund P. and Lauren Winkler. “Animating History: Digitally Mapping the United States Telegraph System.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1211-1225.

Welk-Joerger, Nicole . “Maintaining Bovine.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1141-1158.

Williams, Nicola H. “Do Microscopes Have Politics? Gendering the Electron Microscope in Laboratory Biological Research.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1159-1183.

Zeller, Thomas. “Imaging Landscapes, Roads, Race, and Power.” Technology and Culture 64, no. 4 (2023): 1261-1273.

Other journals

Alpher, Victor S. and Simon A. Mitton. “George Gamow and Ralph Alpher: a review of their cosmological collaboration as mentor and protégé 1942–1955.” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 9.

Asmussen, Tina. “Arm, nützlich, giftig und verheissungsvoll: eine Ressourcengeschichte von Blei in der Frühen Neuzeit (Poor, useful, poisonous, or promising? Lead in the early modern era).” Ferrum 92 (2022): 18-28.

Berardi, Laura. “Alla ricerca del teatro perduto. Il “teatro anatomico” di Vercelli (secoli XVIII-XX).” Nuova Rivista di Storia della Medicina 5, no. 1 (2024): 1-43.

Birkeland, Lene, Rolf Nossum, and Reinhard Siegmund-Schultze. “The sine anecdote in Kovalevskaya’s memoirs.” British Journal for the History of Mathematics 38, no. 1 (2023): 24-40.

Blackwood, Ashleigh and Helen Williams. “Writing Doctors and Writing Health in the Long Eighteenth Century.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 46, no. 1 (2023): 3-20.

Blackwood, Ashleigh. “‘Make the Medick Art my Whole Concern’: Poetry as Women’s Literary Medical Practice.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 46, no. 1 (2023): 21-40.

Bolissian, Amie. “Masculine Old Women or Feminine Old Men? Rethinking Gender and the Ageing Body in Early Modern English Medicine.” Gender and History 35, no. 2 (2023): 408-428.

Bosschaert, Mariska Thalitha and Vincent Blok. “The ‘Empirical’ in the Empirical Turn: A Critical Analysis.” Foundations of Science 28, no. 2 (2023): 783-804.

Bracke, Maud Anne. “Contesting ‘Global Sisterhood’: The Global Women’s Health Movement, the United Nations and the Different Meanings of Reproductive Rights (1970s–80s).” Gender and History 35, no. 3 (2023): 811-829.

Broomhall, Susan. “Writing Doctors, Body Work, and Body Texts in the French Revolution.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 46, no. 1 (2023): 93-112.

Brown, Thomas. “Lavoisier’s Traité élémentaire de chimie: At the Intersection of Chemistry and French.” Substantia: An International Journal of the History of Chemistry 8, no. 1 (2024): 51-55.

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Castelnovi, Michele. “Senza rete. L’assenza di coordinate nella cartografia dei romanzi: una geografia odologica da Stevenson (1883) a Tolkien (1937-1955).” Geostorie, Bolletino e Notiziario del Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici 31, no. 1 (2023): 5-33.

Chappel, James. “Wrinkles in Time: Old Age, Gender and Temporality in Nineteenth-Century Germany.” Gender and History 35, no. 3 (2023): 935-953.

Ciaglia, Filiberto and Bruno Petriccione. “Sulle orme di Michele Tenore (1780-1861). Dalle prime esplorazioni botaniche dell’Ottocento all’intitolazione di un sentiero nella Riserva naturale “Monte Velino”.” Geostorie, Bolletino e Notiziario del Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici 31, no. 1 (2023): 35-51.

Cincinnati, Patrizia. “Ludovico Settala, il protomedico de I promessi sposi. Una nota di storia della medicina.” Nuova Rivista di Storia della Medicina 5, no. 1 (2024): 1-13.

Conis, Elena. “Of Mumps and Men: Masculinity and the Severity of a Vaccine Preventable Disease in Western Medicine, 1760s–1960s.” Gender and History 35, no. 2 (2023): 472-490.

Cuypers, Vincent and Thomas A. C. Reydon. “An oak is an oak, or not? Understanding and dealing with confusion and disagreement in biological classification.” Biology and Philosophy 38, no. 5 (2023): 39.

D’Ascenzo, Annalisa. “Virus in viaggio, tra scoperte, reazioni, acquisizioni e rimozioni.” Geostorie, Bolletino e Notiziario del Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici 31, no. 2 (2023): 127-160.

D’Ascenzo, Fabiana. “L’emigrazione italiana dal 1876 al primo dopoguerra, fra Storia sociale e Geografia del potere.” Geostorie, Bolletino e Notiziario del Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici 30, no. 1-2 (2022): 5-21.

Darrigol, Olivier. “A history of the relation between fluctuation and dissipation.” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 10.

Davey, Frances. “‘My Blood Was All Turning to Water’: Testimonial Advertisements and the Creation of a Menstrual Network in the U.S., 1870s–1910s.” Gender and History 35, no. 2 (2023): 623-641.

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Faubert, Michelle. “‘The Doctor and Devil’: The Literary Writing of Slave-Ship Surgeons.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 46, no. 1 (2023): 135-151.

Fraser, Doreen Lynn and Maria Papageorgiou. “Note on episodes in the history of modeling measurements in local spacetime regions using QFT.” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 14.

Frenza, Lucia De. “L’arrivo degli antibiotici in Italia tra cura, ricerca e informazione.” Atti e Memorie, Rivista di Storia della Farmacia 41, no. 1 (2024): 29-39.

Fróes, Maira M. and Agamenon R. E. Oliveira. “Entangling and Rupture of Body and Mind for Building of the Modern Science: Lessons from da Vinci and Descartes.” Foundations of Science 28, no. 3 (2023): 859-884.

Gabellieri, Nicola and Arturo Gallia. “Patrimonializzazione di vigneti “storici” ed “eroici”. Riflessioni di Geografia storica a margine di un decreto ministeriale.” Geostorie, Bolletino e Notiziario del Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici 30, no. 1-2 (2022): 23-44.

Gabovich, Alexander M. and Vladimir I. Kuznetsov. “Anatoly Vlasov heritage: 60-year-old controversy.” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 5.

Gattinoni, Andrés. “Against Melancholy: Robert Blakeway and the Anglican Definition of an Orthodox Sorrow in Early Eighteenth-Century England.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 46, no. 4 (2023): 437-455.

Giovannetti-Singh, Gianamar. “Astronomical Chronology, the Jesuit China Mission, and Enlightenment History.” Journal of the History of Ideas 84, no. 3 (2023): 487-510.

Giusti, Enrico. “Documenti per una biografia di Pietro Mengoli (1627-1686).” Bollettino di Storia delle Scienze Matematiche 43, no. 2 (2024): 161-201.

González Bueno, Antonio and Carlos Castillo del Rodríguez. “Francisco Lorenzo Avilés De Aldana (FL. 1630-1631), protomedico dell’esercito del. Ducato di Milano, vino elaborato con fiori di malva e Pedro Gutiérrez de Arévalo.” Atti e Memorie, Rivista di Storia della Farmacia 41, no. 1 (2024): 7-12.

Guilhot, Nicolas. “”A Primitive Kind of Superstition”: The Idea of the Paranoid Style in Art, Psychiatry, and Politics.” Journal of the History of Ideas 84, no. 2 (2023): 365-390.

Heilbron, John L. and Carlo Rovelli. “Matrix mechanics mis-prized: Max Born’s belated nobelization.” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 11.

Heru, Alison M. “2020: what COVID taught us about women in medicine.” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 66, no. 3 (2023): 461-467.

Hinojos-Ramos, Jesús Eduardo, Diana del Carmen Torres-Corrales, and Alberto Camacho-Ríos. “The construction of the integral for the arc length of a curve based on van Heuraet and Fermat’s works.” British Journal for the History of Mathematics 38, no. 1 (2023): 41-54.

Hochman, Adam. “Has social constructionism about race outlived its usefulness? Perspectives from a race skeptic.” Biology and Philosophy 37, no. 6 (2022): 48.

Huebner, Stefan. “Asia’s oceanic Anthropocene: How political elites and global offshore oil development moved Asian marine spaces into the new epoch.” Journal of Global History 18, no. 1 (2023): 25-46.

Hughes, Alicia. “Authorship, Image-Making, and Excess: William Hunter’s Anatomia uteri humani gravidi tabulis illustrata (1774).” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 46, no. 2 (2023): 213-237.

Johnston, Iain, Darrell Lewis, Wendy van Duivenvoorde, et al. “Moluccan Fighting Craft on Australian Shores: Contact Rock Art from Awunbarna, Arnhem Land.” Historical Archaeology 51, no. 1 (2023): 14-31.

Jones, Sarah L. “Science, Sexual Difference and the Making of Modern Marriage in American Sex Advice, 1920–40.” Gender and History 35, no. 1 (2023): 249-266.

Joos, Lena. “‘Only One Earth’: Environmental Perceptions and Policies before the Stockholm Conference, 1968–1972.” Journal of Global History 18, no. 2 (2023): 281-303.

Kranke, Nina. “Two kinds of historical explanation in Evolutionary Biology.” Biology and Philosophy 37, no. 3 (2022): 17.

Krohs, Ulrich. “Darwin’s empirical claim and the janiform character of fitness proxies.” Biology and Philosophy 37, no. 2 (2022): 15.

Lamichhane, Basanta Raj and Bal Chandra Luitel. “A critical rendition to the development of mathematics education in Nepal: an anticolonial proposal.” British Journal for the History of Mathematics 38, no. 1 (2023): 3-23.

Lanius, Melinda. “Through the looking glass, and what algebra found there: historically informed conceptual metaphors of algebraic substitution and Gaussian elimination.” British Journal for the History of Mathematics 38, no. 2 (2023): 141-157.

Lomagno, Pierangelo. “In verbis historia.” Atti e Memorie, Rivista di Storia della Farmacia 41, no. 1 (2024): 3-21.

Lugaresi, Maria Giulia. “La biblioteca di Fabio Conforto.” Bollettino di Storia delle Scienze Matematiche 43, no. 2 (2024): 243-286.

Macchio, Marina. “I rimedi universali e la dottrina generale discorsiva delle mummie di Francesco Lana Terzi.” Atti e Memorie, Rivista di Storia della Farmacia 41, no. 1 (2024): 41-52.

Mansfield, Daniel F. “Mesopotamian square root approximation by a sequence of rectangles.” British Journal for the History of Mathematics 38, no. 3 (2023): 175-188.

Marcus, Hannah. “Knowing Old Age in the Renaissance: Medicine, Poetry, and Spirituality in Ulisse Aldrovandi’s Encyclopedia of Old Age.” Journal of the History of Ideas 84, no. 1 (2023): 51-75.

Martínez-Verdú, Domingo, María Rosa Massa Esteve, and Antonio Linero-Bas. “Infinite analytical procedures for the computation of logarithms in works by Benito Bails (1731–1797).” British Journal for the History of Mathematics 38, no. 2 (2023): 107-140.

Mocellin, Ronei Clécio and Martín Labarca. “For a Dialogue Between the Teaching of Chemistry and the History and Philosophy of Chemistry: the Case of the Concept of ‘Chemical Element’.” Substantia: An International Journal of the History of Chemistry 8, no. 1 (2024): 81-89.

Monfort-Urkizu, Beñat and Jaume Navarro. “What’s in a name?.” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 3.

Müller, Andreas. “Naturliche Ressourcen: ein historiche Blick auf ein aktuelles Thema (Natural Resources: A Historical look at a contempotary issue).” Ferrum 92 (2022): 4-5.

Muller, F. A. “The Influence of Quantum Physics on Philosophy.” Foundations of Science 28, no. 1 (2023): 477-488.

Murthy, Pashmina. “Making the Private Public: Witnessing Female Infanticide in Nineteenth-Century Kathiawar.” Gender and History 35, no. 1 (2023): 124-140.

Nordin, Jonas Monié. “Spaces of Resilience and Resistance: Sámi Habitation in Southern and Central Sweden During the Late Medieval and the Early Modern Period.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 2 (2023): 480-505.

Oldofredi, Andrea. “Orthodox or dissident? The evolution of Bohm’s ontological reflections in the 1950s.” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 12.

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Peliti, Luca and Paolo Muratore-Ginanneschi. “R. Fürth’s 1933 paper “On certain relations between classical statistics and quantum mechanics” [“Über einige Beziehungen zwischen klassischer Statistik und Quantenmechanik”, Zeitschrift für Physik, 81 143–162].” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 4.

Pezzoli, Carlo. “L’opera di Luigi Casotti, ufficiale medico della Croce Rossa Italiana, durante la I Guerra mondiale.” Nuova Rivista di Storia della Medicina 5, no. 1 (2024): 1-19.

Pisati, Arrigo and Riccardo Rosso. “Back to a Real World: the Genesis of Casorati’s Last Paper.” Bollettino di Storia delle Scienze Matematiche 43, no. 2 (2024): 287-318.

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Rocci, Alessio. “On the gravitational effects of light.” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 7.

Rodrigues Almeida, Carla and Maxime J. Jacquet. “Analogue gravity and the Hawking effect: historical perspective and literature review.” European Physical Journal H 48, no. 1 (2023): 15.

Rossinelli, Fabio. “Migrazioni, imprenditorialità e strategie d’investimento nelle montagne giurassiane del XIX secolo. Due traiettorie divergenti.” Geostorie, Bolletino e Notiziario del Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici 31, no. 2 (2023): 105-125.

Rovelli, Giulia. “John Pechey (1654–1718) and the Popularization of Learned Medicine.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 46, no. 1 (2023): 59-73.

Ruberg, Willemijn. “Hysteria as a Shape-Shifting Forensic Psychiatric Diagnosis in the Netherlands c. 1885–1960.” Gender and History 35, no. 2 (2023): 565-581.

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Santos, Pedro Cristovão dos. “Historians and Programmers in the 1970s: Formal Languages, the Writing of History, and Ideas of Science.” Journal of the History of Ideas 84, no. 1 (2023): 157-177.

Schwab, Maren Elisabeth. “Rome as “Part of the Heavens”? Leon Battista Alberti’s Descriptio urbis Romae (ca. 1450) and Ptolemy’s Almagest.” Journal of the History of Ideas 84, no. 1 (2023): 1-27.

Scott, Alyssa Rose, Zada Komara, Sarah Surface-Evans, et al. “Reflections on Writing about Health and Well-Being during the COVID-19 Pandemic.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 1 (2023): 234-240.

Shulman, Kaiulani S. and Joseph J. Fins. “Daniel Callahan’s Decade of Doubt.” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 66, no. 2 (2023): 249-266.

Siderer, Yona. “Professor Shin Sato, a Physical Chemist and Teacher for 50 Years.” Substantia: An International Journal of the History of Chemistry 8, no. 1 (2024): 57-80.

Silva, Jorge Nuno and Pedro Jorge Freitas. “The Loterias Lisbonenses of Francisco Giraldes Barba.” British Journal for the History of Mathematics 38, no. 3 (2023): 194-207.

Silva, Raissa Martins Idalgo e, José Otavio Baldinato, and Paulo Alves Porto. “The Wonderful and the Useful: the Experiments in Samuel Parkes’ Chemical Catechism.” Substantia: An International Journal of the History of Chemistry 8, no. 1 (2024): 39-50.

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Smith, Maria. “The Paths They Wore: Shoes on Feet at the Syracuse State School.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 27, no. 1 (2023): 220-233.

Thagard, Paul. “Darwin and the golden rule: how to distinguish differences of degree from differences of kind using mechanisms.” Biology and Philosophy 37, no. 6 (2022): 58.

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