Isis 114 (2023), 1

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Isis 114 (2023), 1




United States
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Moritz Pallasch, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


Editors’ Note

Alexandra Hui and Matthew Lavine
pp.: 1


African Indigo in the French Atlantic: Michel Adanson’s Encounter with Senegal
Mary Terrall
pp.: 2–24

Biometry against Fascism: Geoffrey Morant, Race, and Anti-Racism in Twentieth-Century Physical Anthropology
Iris Clever
pp.: 25–49

Inventing the Scientific Revolution
James A. Secord
pp.: 50–76

Tug-of-War: Bones and Stones as Scientific Objects in Postcolonial Indonesia
Paige Madison
pp.: 77–98

Administration of Perception: Observing and Transcribing Dead Bodies in the Forensic Methodology of Qing China (1644–1912)
Xin-zhe Xie
pp.: 99–122

From the Radio Shack to the Cosmos: Listening to Sputnik during the International Geophysical Year (1957–1958)
Veronica della Dora
pp.: 123–149

The Myth of the “One-Sex” Body
Katharine Park
pp.: 150–175

Eloge: Paul Farber (1944–2021)
Keith R. Bengtsson and Kristin Johnson
pp.: 176–181

Eloge: Nathan Sivin (1931–2022)
Marta Hanson, Michael Nylan, and Hilary A. Smith
pp.: 182–186

Letter to the Editors
Leonardo Ambasciano
pp.: 187–188

The Prenatal Gaze
Susanne Schmidt
pp.: 189–192

Liba Taub, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek and Roman Science.
Philippa Lang
pp.: 193–194

Lisa Devriese, ed. The Body as a Mirror of the Soul: Physiognomy from Antiquity to the Renaissance.
Sharrona Pearl
pp.: 194–195

Sarah Neville. Early Modern Herbals and the Book Trade: English Stationers and the Commodification of Botany.
Elizabeth Yale
pp.: 195–196

Martin Mulsow, ed. Urban Gottfried Bucher (1679–1724).
Simone De Angelis
pp.: 197–198

Lynn Festa. Fiction without Humanity: Person, Animal, Thing in Early Enlightenment Literature and Culture.
Ian Duncan
pp.: 198–199

Wei Yu Wayne Tan. Blind in Early Modern Japan: Disability, Medicine, and Identity.
Akihito Suzuki
pp.: 199–200

Paul A. Elliot. Erasmus Darwin’s Gardens: Medicine, Agriculture and the Enlightenment Sciences.
Minakshi Menon
pp.: 201–202

Susan H. Brandt. Women Healers: Gender, Authority, and Medicine in Early Philadelphia.
Sarah Naramore
pp.: 202–203

Christina Ramos. Bedlam in the New World: A Mexican Madhouse in the Age of Enlightenment.
Paul Ramírez
pp.: 203–204

Kristin D. Hussey. Imperial Bodies in London: Empire, Mobility, and the Making of British Medicine, 1880–1914.
Philippa Levine
pp.: 205–206

Lachlan Fleetwood. Science on the Roof of the World: Empire and the Remaking of the Himalaya.
Thomas Simpson
pp.: 206–207

Andrei Pop. A Forest of Symbols: Art, Science, and Truth in the Long Nineteenth Century.
Brittany Myburgh
pp.: 207–208

Kat Jungnickel. Bikes and Bloomers: Victorian Women Inventors and Their Extraordinary Cycle Wear.
Amy Sue Bix
pp.: 209–210

Jennifer Koshatka Seman. Borderlands Curanderos: The Worlds of Santa Teresa Urrea and Don Pedrito Jaramillo.
Laura M. Shelton
pp.: 210–211

Jeannie N. Shinozuka. Biotic Borders: Transpacific Plant and Insect Migration and the Rise of Anti-Asian Racism in America, 1890–1950.
Urmi Engineer Willoughby
pp.: 211–213

Carmen J. Giunta; Vera V. Mainz; Gregory S. Girolami, eds. 150 Years of the Periodic Table: A Commemorative Symposium.
Howard G. Barth
pp.: 213–214

Alexander Klose; Benjamin Steininger. Erdöl: Ein Atlas der Petromoderne.
Jens Soentgen
pp.: 214–215

Caitlin Donahue Wylie. Preparing Dinosaurs: The Work behind the Scenes.
Irina Podgorny
pp.: 215–216

Frank W. Stahnisch; Erna Kurbegović, eds. Psychiatry and the Legacies of Eugenics: Historical Studies of Alberta and Beyond.
Elizabeth Koester
pp.: 217–218

E. Paul Durrenberger. The Dawn of Industrial Agriculture in Iowa: Anthropology, Literature, and History.
Michelle Mart
pp.: 218–219

Thomas Haigh; Paul E. Ceruzzi. A New History of Modern Computing.
Victor Petrov
pp.: 219–220

Douglas M. O’Reagan. Taking Nazi Technology: Allied Exploitation of German Science after the Second World War.
Corinna Schlombs
pp.: 220–222

Elise K. Burton. Genetic Crossroads: The Middle East and the Science of Human Heredity.
Edna Suárez-Díaz
pp.: 222–223

Randy Allen Harris. The Linguistics Wars: Chomsky, Lakoff, and the Battle over Deep Structure.
Judith Kaplan
pp.: 223–224

Steven Epstein. The Quest for Sexual Health: How an Elusive Ideal Has Transformed Science, Politics, and Everyday Life.
Arnav Bhattacharya
pp.: 225–226

Hugh R. Slotten. Beyond Sputnik and the Space Race: The Origins of Global Satellite Communications.
Haris A. Durrani
pp.: 226–227

Christine Keiner. Deep Cut: Science, Power, and the Unbuilt Interoceanic Canal.
Paul S. Sutter
pp.: 227–228

Jan Nisbet. Pain and Shock in America: Politics, Advocacy, and the Controversial Treatment of People with Disabilities.
Emily Lim Rogers
pp.: 229–230

Roy Plotnick. Explorers of Deep Time: Paleontologists and the History of Life.
Melissa Charenko
pp.: 230–231

Emma Bedor Hiland. Therapy Tech: The Digital Transformation of Mental Healthcare.
Ariane Hanemaayer
pp.: 231–232

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