Isis 114 (2023), 3

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Isis 114 (2023), 3




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Monstrosity in Medical Science: Race-Making and Teratology in the Nineteenth-Century United States
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Science in the Church: The Sacred Spaces of Sonorous Experiment and the Formation of Modern Acoustics
Edward J. Gillin and Fanny Gribenski
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Ernst Mach’s Popular Science
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Climate Conscious: Caribbean Commodities and Holdridge Life Zones, 1940s–1960s
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Early Modern Resources: An Introduction
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Eco-Prospecting in Early Modern Wetlands
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“To Embrace and Protect”: Managing Wind, Water, and Trees in the Ryukyu Kingdom
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Negotiating Pearls in the Early Jesuit Missions of California
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Managing Mineral Growth in Early Modern Mining
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A Plague of Meat: Food, Politics, and Warfare in Early Modern Italy
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Mining Mercury for the Common Good: Debating the Public Good and Wealth in Huancavelica
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Neil Tarrant. Defining Nature’s Limits: The Roman Inquisition and the Boundaries of Science
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Jennifer Nelson. Disharmony of the Spheres: The Europe of Holbein’s “Ambassadors.”
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Marisa Anne Bass; Anne Goldgar; Hanneke Grootenboer; Claudia Swan. Conchophilia: Shells, Art, and Curiosity in Early Modern Europe
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pp.: 658–660

Justin K. Stearns. Revealed Sciences: The Natural Sciences in Islam in Seventeenth-Century Morocco
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Montserrat Cabré; María Cruz de Carlos, eds. Maria Sibylla Merian y Alida Withoos: Mujeres, Arte y Ciencia en la Edad Moderna
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Phil Dodds. The Geographies of Enlightenment Edinburgh
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Alexander Pavuk. Respectably Catholic and Scientific: Evolution and Birth Control between the World Wars
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Matthew C. Hunter. Painting with Fire: Sir Joshua Reynolds, Photography, and the Temporally Evolving Chemical Object
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E. Claire Cage. The Science of Proof: Forensic Medicine in Modern France
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pp.: 666–668

Moritz von Brescius. German Science in the Age of Empire: Enterprise, Opportunity and the Schlagintweit Brothers
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Roland Jackson; Nicola Jackson; Daniel Brown, eds. The Poetry of John Tyndall
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Matthew Wale. Making Entomologists: How Periodicals Shaped Scientific Communities in Nineteenth-Century Britain
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pp.: 670–671

Samuël Coghe. Population Politics in the Tropics: Demography, Health, and Transimperialism in Colonial Angola
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Victor Seow. Carbon Technocracy: Energy Regimes in Modern East Asia
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Karen Hunger Parshall. The New Era in American Mathematics, 1920–1950
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Marci R. Baranski. The Globalization of Wheat: A Critical History of the Green Revolution
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pp.: 677–679

Noortje Jacobs. Ethics by Committee: A History of Reasoning Together about Medicine, Science, Society, and the State
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Renny Thomas. Science and Religion in India: Beyond Disenchantment
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Samantha Muka. Oceans under Glass: Tank Craft and the Sciences of the Sea
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