Isis 115 (2024), 1

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Isis 115 (2024), 1




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Fossils and Sovereignty: Science Diplomacy and the Politics of Deep Time in the Sino-American Fossil Dispute of the 1920s
Hsiao-pei Yen
pp. 1-22.

Humanists Hate Math: Certainty, Dubitability, and Tradition in Descartes’s Rules
Abram Kaplan
pp. 23-45.

Logical Positivism: The History of a “Caricature”
Sander Verhaegh
pp. 46-64.

Technical Chronology and Computus Naturalis in Twelfth-Century Lotharingia: A New Source
C. Philipp E. Nothaft
pp. 65-83.

Experts of Identity: Race, Ethnicity, and Science in India, 1910s–1940s
Sayori Ghoshal
pp. 84-104.

Profession of Revulsion: Subjective Science and the Mobilization of Emotions in Late Nineteenth-Century Russian Public Medicine
Maria Pirogovskaya
pp. 105-125.

Introduction: Expanded Perspectives on Tiny Animals as Epistemic Agents
Lisa Onaga and Dominik Huenniger
pp. 126-130.

White Ants: Biotic Borders to Biocultural Frontiers
Jeannie N. Shinozuka and Rohan Deb Roy
pp. 131-135.

Placing Insects in Histories of Science
Diogo de Carvalho Cabral and Frederico Freitas
pp. 136-140.

Zvipukanana: “Tiny Animals with No Bones”
Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga
pp. 141-146.

Ways of Knowing a Former Insect
Leah Lui-Chivizhe and Jude Philp
pp. 147-151.

“Ambivalent Insects” as Tools and Targets
Lisa Onaga and Luísa Reis-Castro
pp. 152-156.

A Collection Ecologies Forum: Reevaluating Insects as Archives
Dominik Huenniger, Karina Lucas Silva-Brandão, Christian Reiß, and Xiaoya Zhan
pp. 157-163.

Kristie I. Macrakis (1958–2022)
Mario Bianchini
pp. 164-165.

Michael Hoskin (1930–2021)
Robert W. Smith
pp. 166-169.

Ian Macdougall Hacking (1936–2023)
Lorraine Daston
pp. 170-174.

Ruth Rogaski. Knowing Manchuria: Environments, the Senses, and Natural Knowledge on an Asian Borderland.
Yuting Dong
pp. 175-176.

John Lardas Modern. Neuromatic; or, A Particular History of Religion and the Brain.
Steve Fuller
pp. 176-177.

Roger S. Bagnall; Alexander Jones, eds. Mathematics, Metrology, and Model Contracts: A Codex from Late Antique Business Education.
Serafina Cuomo
pp. 178-179.

Elena Serrano. Ladies of Honor and Merit: Gender, Useful Knowledge, and Politics in Enlightened Spain.
Darina Martykánová
pp. 179-180.

John Robert Christianson. Tycho Brahe and the Measure of the Heavens.
Emma Perkins
pp. 181-182.

John Lewis Heilbron. The Incomparable Monsignor: Francesco Bianchini’s World of Science, History, and Court Intrigue.
Elena Taddei
pp. 182-183.

Kathleen L. Housley. Stone Breaker: The Poet James Gates Percival and the Beginning of Geology in New England.
Lily Santoro
pp. 183-184.

Alexander Statman. A Global Enlightenment: Western Progress and Chinese Science.
Emily Baum
pp. 185-186.

Lina Zeldovich. The Other Dark Matter: The Science and Business of Turning Waste into Wealth and Health.
Nicole Elizabeth Barnes
pp. 186-187.

Efram Sera-Shriar. Psychic Investigators: Anthropology, Modern Spiritualism, and Credible Witnessing in the Late Victorian Age.
Roger Luckhurst
pp. 187-188.

Jonathan R. Topham. Reading the Book of Nature: How Eight Best Sellers Reconnected Christianity and the Sciences on the Eve of the Victorian Age.
Elizabeth Yale
pp. 189-190.

Eleanor Dobson. Victorian Alchemy: Science, Magic, and Ancient Egypt.
Kathleen Sheppard
pp. 190-191.

Takaaki Inuzuka; Haruko Laurie. Alexander Williamson: A Victorian Chemist and the Making of Modern Japan.
Akihito Suzuki
pp. 191-192.

Samiparna Samanta. Meat, Mercy, and Morality: Animals and Humanitarianism in Colonial Bengal, 1850–1920.
Shira Shmuely
pp. 193-194.

Aya Homei. Science for Governing Japan’s Population.
Sujin Lee
pp. 194-195.

Alma Steingart. Axiomatics: Mathematical Thought and High Modernism.
Amir Alexander
pp. 195-197.

Maria Rentetzi. Seduced by Radium: How Industry Transformed Science in the American Marketplace.
Maika Nakao
pp. 197-198.

Ana Simões; Ana Matilde Sousa. Einstein, Eddington, and the Eclipse: Travel Impressions.
Tiffany Nichols
pp. 198-199.

Michael Guida. Listening to British Nature: Wartime, Radio, and Modern Life, 1914–1945.
Helen Piel
pp. 199-201.

Raf De Bont. Nature’s Diplomats: Science, Internationalism, and Preservation, 1920–1960.
Andrea Duffy
pp. 201-202.

Projit Bihari Mukharji. Brown Skins, White Coats: Race Science in India, 1920–66.
Pratik Chakrabarti
pp. 202-203.

Karl S. Matlin. Crossing the Boundaries of Life: Günter Blobel and the Origins of Molecular Cell Biology.
Caterina Schürch
pp. 204-205.

Nikhil Menon. Planning Democracy: Modern India’s Quest for Development.
Kena Wani
pp. 205-206.

Dominique A. Tobbell. Dr. Nurse: Science, Politics, and the Transformation of American Nursing.
Cynthia Connolly
pp. 207-208.

Liz P. Y. Chee. Mao’s Bestiary: Medicinal Animals and Modern China.
Yan Liu
pp. 208-209.

Nadine Weidman. Killer Instinct: The Popular Science of Human Nature in Twentieth-Century America.
Rachel E. Walker
pp. 209-211.

David J. Drewry. The Land Beneath the Ice: The Pioneering Years of Radar Exploration in Antarctica.
Nanna Katrine Lüders Kaalund
pp. 211-212.

Darren Wershler; Lori Emerson; Jussi Parikka. The Lab Book: Situated Practices in Media Studies.
Sjang ten Hagen
pp. 212-213.

Hans-Jörg Rheinberger. Split and Splice: A Phenomenology of Experimentation.
Elizabeth Cavicchi
pp. 213-214.

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