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List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 68320

Chapter 68320 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.





Meat Intake and Bladder Cancer in a Prospective Study: A Role for Heterocyclic Aromatic Amines?
, Cancer Causes and Control 19(6): 649-658 (2008)

Systemic Folate Status and Risk of Colorectal Cancer
, Cancer Causes and Control 19(9): 1005-1007 (2008)

Issues Related to Implementing a Smoking Cessation Clinical Trial for Cancer Patients
, Cancer Causes and Control 20(1): 97-104 (2009)

Hepatocellular Carcinoma and Vinyl Chloride
, Cancer Causes and Control 20(4): 505-506 (2009)

Lifestyle Factors and Serum Androgens among 636 Middle Aged Men from Seven Countries in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (Epic)
, Cancer Causes and Control 20(6): 811-824 (2009)

Pleural and Peritoneal Mesotheliomas in Seer: Age Effects and Temporal Trends, 19732005
, Cancer Causes and Control 20(6): 935-944 (2009)

County-Level Poverty and Distant Stage Cancer in the United States
, Cancer Causes and Control 20(6): 989-1000 (2009)

Proportionate Cancer Incidence in the Laotian Population of California, 19882006
, Cancer Causes and Control 20(6): 1011-1016 (2009)

Der Ausbau des Calculus durch Leibniz und die Brder Bernoulliby Heinz-Jrgen Hess; Fritz Nagel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 23(4): 473-474 (1990)

The Ethics of Geometry. A Genealogy of Modernityby David Rapport Lachterman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 23(4): 475-477 (1990)

Walking the Dog: Exploration of the Contact Networks between Dogs in a Community
, Epidemiology and Infection 137(8): 1169-1178 (2009)

Patronage and Royal Science in Seventeenth-Century France. The Acadmie de Physique in Caenby David S. Lux
, The British Journal for the History of Science 23(4): 482-483 (1990)

Magic in the Middle Agesby R. Kieckhefer
, The British Journal for the History of Science 23(4): 484-485 (1990)

Brass & Glass. Scientific Instrument Making Workshops in Scotland as Illustrated by Instruments from the Arthur Frank Collection at the Royal Museum of Scotlandby T. N. Clarke; A. D. Morrison-Low; A. D. C. Simpson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 23(4): 485-486 (1990)

Particles and Ideas. Bishop Berkeley's Corpuscularian Philosophyby Gabriel Moked
, The British Journal for the History of Science 23(4): 490-491 (1990)

Chinese Mathematics. A Concise Historyby Li Yan; Du Shiran; John N. Crossley; Anthony W.-C. Lun;Histoire des Mathmatiques Chinoisesby Jean-Claude Martzloff
, The British Journal for the History of Science 23(4): 493-495 (1990)

British Women of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries Who Contributed to Research in the Chemical Sciences
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 275-305 (1991)

'Nature' in the Laboratory: Domestication and Discipline with the Microscope in Victorian Life Science
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 307-341 (1991)

A Scholarly Tradition Continued
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 343-351 (1991)

From Aldrovandi to Algarotti: The Contours of Science in Early Modern Italy
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 353-360 (1991)

Fat, Gorillas and Misogyny: Women's History in Science
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 361-367 (1991)

Higher Learning in Islam: The Classical Period A.D. 700-1300by Charles Michael Stanton
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 373-374 (1991)

I Guicciardini e le scienze occulte: L'oroscopo di Francesco Guicciardini, lettere di alchimia, astrologia e cabala a Luigi Guicciardiniby Raffaella Castagnola
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 374-375 (1991)

Bermannus (Le Mineur): Un Dialogue sur les minesby Georg Agricola; Robert Halleux; Albert Yans
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 375-376 (1991)

Planetary Astronomy from the Renaissance to the Rise of Astrophysics. Part A: Tycho Brahe to Newtonby R. Taton; C. Wilson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 377-379 (1991)

Nature, Experiment and the Sciences, Essays on Galileo and the History of Science in Honour of Stillman Drakeby Trevor H. Levere; William R. Shea
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 379-381 (1991)

Robert Hooke. New Studiesby Michael Hunter; Simon Schaffer
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 382-384 (1991)

Il positivismo tra scienza e religione: Studi sulla fortuna di Comte in Gran Bretagnaby Giorgio Lanaro
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 388-389 (1991)

Drifting Continents and Colliding Paradigms: Perspectives on the Geo-Science Revolutionby John A. Stewart
, The British Journal for the History of Science 24(3): 394-396 (1991)

Tropical Medicine in Nineteenth-Century India
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 299-318 (1992)

Planets, Potions and Parchments: Scientific Hebraica from the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Eighteenth Centuryby Barry B. Levy
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 356-357 (1992)

Methods and Problems in Greek Science: Selected Papersby G. E. R. Lloyd
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 357-358 (1992)

The Optics of Ibn al-Haytham. Books I, Ii, Iii: On Direct Visionby Ibn al-Haytham; A. I. Sabra
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 358-359 (1992)

Science, Optics and Music in Medieval and Early Modern Thoughtby A. C. Crombie
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 359-360 (1992)

First Person Authority || The Basis of Self-Knowledge
, Erkenntnis (1975-) 71(1): 3-18 (2009)

First Person Authority || Introspective Self-Knowledge of Experience and Evidence
, Erkenntnis (1975-) 71(1): 19-34 (2009)

First Person Authority || Self-Intimation and Second Order Belief
, Erkenntnis (1975-) 71(1): 35-51 (2009)

First Person Authority || First-Person Authority: Dualism, Constitutivism, and Neo-Expressivism
, Erkenntnis (1975-) 71(1): 53-71 (2009)

First Person Authority || Self-Knowledge and Rationality
, Erkenntnis (1975-) 71(1): 73-88 (2009)

First Person Authority || Introspective Self-Knowledge and Reasoning: An Externalist Guide
, Erkenntnis (1975-) 71(1): 89-105 (2009)

First Person Authority || Self-Knowledge and the Bounds of Authenticity
, Erkenntnis (1975-) 71(1): 107-121 (2009)

First Person Authority || Affective Ignorance
, Erkenntnis (1975-) 71(1): 123-139 (2009)

Atti del Iiie Convegno Nazionale di Storia e Fondamenti della Chimicaby F. Abbri; F. Crispini
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 372-373 (1992)

Physical Chemistry from Ostwald to Pauling. The Making of a Science in Americaby John W. Servos
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 373-374 (1992)

A History of the International Chemical Industryby Fred Aftalion; Otto T. Benfey
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 374-375 (1992)

Miracle Cure: The Story of Penicillin and the Golden Age of Antibioticsby Miltion Wainwright
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 376-377 (1992)

Fusion: The Search for Endless Energyby Robin Herman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 377-378 (1992)

Persuading Science: The Art of Scientific Rhetoricby Marcello Pera; William R. Shea
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 387-388 (1992)

The Literary Structure of Scientific Argument: Historical Studiesby Peter Dear
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(3): 388-389 (1992)

Radiological Weapons and Radioactive Waste in the United States: Insiders' and Outsiders' Views, 1941-55
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 207-227 (1992)

Geological Thrusting
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 241-246 (1992)

The Rad Lab and the World
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 247-251 (1992)

Eric John Aiton (1923-91)
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 253-254 (1992)

The Chain of Change: A Study of Aristotle's "Physics" Viiby Robert Wardy
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 260-263 (1992)

Le Principe de vie chez Descartesby Annie Bitbol-Hespris
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 265-266 (1992)

Cartesian Method and the Problem of Reductionby Emily R. Grosholz
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 266-267 (1992)

Henry More: Magic, Religion and Experimentby A. Rupert Hall
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 267-269 (1992)

Puritanism and the Rise of Modern Science: The Merton Thesisby I. Bernard Cohen; K. E. Duffin; Stuart Strickland
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 269-270 (1992)

Newton and the Concept of Mass-Energyby Peter Rowlands
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 270-271 (1992)

Italian Scientists in the Low Countries in the 17th and 18th Centuriesby C. S. Maffioli; L. C. Palm
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 271-272 (1992)

In Search of Truth: A Portrait of Don Craibby E. B. Adams
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 285-286 (1992)

Kapitza in Cambridge and Moscow: Life and Letters of a Russian Physicistby J. W. Boag; P. W. Rubinin; D. Shoenberg
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 286-287 (1992)

Crystals, Electrons, Transistors: From Scholar's Study to Industrial Researchby Michael Eckert; Helmut Schubert; Thomas Hughes
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 288-289 (1992)

Physicists Look Back: Studies in the History of Physicsby John Roche
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 290-291 (1992)

Solomon's House Revisited: The Organization and Institutionalization of Scienceby Tore Frngsmyr; Solomon
, The British Journal for the History of Science 25(2): 291-292 (1992)

Sidereus nuncius, le messager celesteby Galileo Galilei; Isabelle Pantin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 354-355 (1993)

Isaac Newton: Adventurer in Thoughtby A. Rupert Hall
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 358-360 (1993)

lments de la philosophie de Newtonby Franois-Marie Arouet de Voltaire; Robert L. Walters; W. H. Barber
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 360-361 (1993)

The Investigation of Difficult Things. Essays on Newton and the History of the Exact Sciences in Honour of D. T. Whitesideby P. M. Harman; Alan E. Shapiro
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 361-363 (1993)

Richard Owen Commemoration: Three Studiesby Jacob W. Gruber; John C. Thackray;The Hunterian Lectures in Comparative Anatomy, May and June 1837by Richard Owen; P. R. Sloan
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 365-366 (1993)

L'equilibrio e la guerra della natura. Dalla teologia naturale al darwinismoby Antonello La Vergata
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 366-368 (1993)

Lord Kelvin: His Influence on Electrical Measurements and Unitsby Paul Tunbridge
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 371-372 (1993)

Prisoner's Dilemma: John von Neumann, Game Theory, and the Puzzle of the Bombby William Poundstone
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 375-376 (1993)

Metres to Microwaves: British Development of Active Components for Radar Systems 1937 to 1944by E. B. Callick
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 376-377 (1993)

A Tapestry of Orbitsby Desmond King-Hele
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 377-378 (1993)

Clio's Stiefkindby E. J. Dijksterhuis; Klaus van Berkel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(3): 378-379 (1993)

Institutional Innovation in fin de sicle GermanyInstitutional Innovation in fin de sicle Germany
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 197-211 (1994)

James Hutton: The Founder of Modern Geology?
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 213-219 (1994)

The Fontana History of Environmental Sciencesby Peter J. Bowler
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 221-223 (1994)

The "Speculum astronomiae" and Its Enigmaby Paola Zambelli; C. S. F. Burnett; K. Lippincott; D. Pingree
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 224-225 (1994)

The Heritage of Giotto's Geometry: Art and Science on the Eve of the Scientific Revolutionby S. Y. Edgerton;The Mastery of Nature: Aspects of Art, Science, and Humanism in the Renaissanceby T. Da C. Kaufmann
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 225-226 (1994)

The Scientific Revolution in National Contextby Roy Porter; Mikul Teich
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 228-229 (1994)

A History of Hypnotismby Alan Gauld
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 234-235 (1994)

Eilhard Mitscherlich: Baumeister am Fundament der Chemieby Hans Werner Schtt
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 235-236 (1994)

Mathematics of the 19th Century: Mathematical Logic, Algebra, Number Theory, Probability Theoryby A. N. Kolmogorov; A. P. Yushkevich
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 236-237 (1994)

Emergent Evolution: Qualitative Novelty and the Levels of Realityby David Blitz
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 237-238 (1994)

Science Preserved: A Directory of Scientific Instruments in Collections in the United Kingdom and Eireby Mary Holbrook; R. G. W. Anderson; D. J. Bryden
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(2): 242-243 (1994)

The Big Picture || The Geographical Traditionby David N. Livingstone
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(4): 485-486 (1993)

The Big Picture || The Book of Natureby Olaf Pedersen
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(4): 486-487 (1993)

The Big Picture || Galileo's Logic of Discovery and Proof: The Background, Content and Use of His Appropriated Treatises on Aristotle's Posterior Analyticsby William A. Wallace
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(4): 489-491 (1993)

The Big Picture || The Janus Faces of Genius: The Role of Alchemy in Newton's Thoughtby Betty Jo Teeter Dobbs
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(4): 491-493 (1993)

The Big Picture || Darwinisme et socitby Patrick Tort
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(4): 494-495 (1993)

The Big Picture || Scenes from Deep Time: Early Pictorial Representations of the Prehistoric Worldby Martin J. S. Rudwick
, The British Journal for the History of Science 26(4): 495-496 (1993)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || The Rise of Early Modern Science: Islam, China and the Westby Toby E. Huff
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 101-102 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || The Rise and Decline of the Scholastic 'quaestio disputata', with Special Emphasis on Its Use in the Teaching of Medicine and Scienceby Brian Lawn
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 102-103 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Studies on Gersonides, a Fourteenth-Century Philosopher-Scientistby Gad Freudenthal
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 103-105 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Novelties in the Heavens: Rhetoric and Science in the Copernican Controversyby Jean Dietz Moss
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 105-106 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Galileo, Courtier: The Practice of Science in the Culture of Absolutismby M. Biagioli
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 106-108 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || The Enlightenment of Matter. The Definition of Chemistry from Agricola to Lavoisierby Marco Beretta
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 109-111 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Antoine Lavoisier: Science, Administration and Revolutionby Arthur Donovan
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 111-112 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Die innere Seite der Natur: Gustav Theodor Fechners wissenschaftlich-philosophische Weltauffassungby Michael Heidelberger
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 112-114 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Paradise Revealed: Natural History in Nineteenth-Century Australiaby Colin Finney
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 115-116 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Histoire du concept de rcapitulation: Ontogense et phylogense en biologie et sciences humainesby Paul Mengal
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 116-117 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Darwinism (Twayne's Studies in Intellectual History)by Peter J. Bowler
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 117-119 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Invention: The Care and Feeding of Ideasby Norbert Wiener
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 123-124 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || Making Instruments Count: Essays on Historical Scientific Instruments Presented to Gerard L'Estrange Turnerby R. G. W. Anderson; J. A. Bennett; W. F. Ryan
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 124-125 (1995)

Science Lecturing in the Eighteenth Century || We Have Never Been Modernby Bruno Latour; Catherine Porter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(1): 125-126 (1995)

Karl Pearson's Gresham Lectures: W. F. R. Weldon, Speciation and the Origins of Pearsonian Statistics
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 43-63 (1996)

Ancient Astrologyby Tamsyn Barton
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 90-91 (1996)

Dilogo sobre los dos mximos sistemas del mundo ptolemaico y copernicanoby Galileo Galilei; Antonio Beltrn Mar
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 92-93 (1996)

The Business of Alchemy: Science and Culture in the Holy Roman Empireby Pamela H. Smith;The Jewish Alchemists: A History and Sourcebookby Raphael Patai
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 93-94 (1996)

Robert Boyle: By Himself and His Friendsby Robert Boyle; Michael Hunter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 95-96 (1996)

Restaging Coulomb: Usages, controverses et rplications autour de la balance de torsionby Christine Blondel; Matthias Drries
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 99-101 (1996)

"Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation" and other Evolutionary Writingsby Robert Chambers; James A. Secord
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 104-105 (1996)

Hugh Miller's Memoir: From Stonemason to Geologistby Hugh Miller; Michael Shortland
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 105-106 (1996)

Huxley: The Devil's Discipleby Adrian Desmond
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 106-107 (1996)

Maxwell on Heat and Statistical Mechanics: On "Avoiding All Personal Enquiries of Molecules"by James Clerk Maxwell; Elizabeth Garber; Stephen G. Brush; C. W. F. Everitt
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(1): 107-109 (1996)

'Total' History
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 455-459 (1995)

Villard de Honnecourt: La pense technique au Xiiie sicle et sa communicationby Roland Bechmann
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 462-463 (1995)

On the Shoulders of Merchants: Exchange and the Mathematical Conception of Nature in Early Modern Europeby R. W. Hadden
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 463-464 (1995)

Alchemy and Chemistry in the 16th and 17th Centuriesby Piyo Rattansi; Antonio Clericuzio
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 468-469 (1995)

Robert Boyle Reconsideredby Michael Hunter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 470-471 (1995)

Joseph Banks and the Enlightenment: Useful Knowledge and Polite Cultureby John Gascoigne
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 472-473 (1995)

Richard Owen, Victorian Naturalistby Nicolaas A. Rupke
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 475-477 (1995)

Interpretationen und Fehlinterpretationen der speziellen und der allgemeinen Relativittstheorie durch Zeitgenossen Albert Einsteinsby Klaus Hentschel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 482-483 (1995)

Edinburgh's Contribution to Medical Microbiologyby Charles J. Smith; J. G. Collee
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 488-489 (1995)

The Immune Self: Theory or Metaphor?by Alfred I. Tauber
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(4): 489-490 (1995)

The Piltdown Man?
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(1): 103-104 (1994)

A History of Antarctic Scienceby G. E. Fogg
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(1): 118-120 (1994)

History of International Broadcastingby James Wood
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(1): 122-124 (1994)

Knowledge Is Power: Hugo de Vries on Science, Heredity and Social Progress
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 291-311 (1994)

Fleeming Jenkin and "The Origin of Species": A Reassessment
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 313-343 (1994)

Whose Scientific Internationalism?
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 345-349 (1994)

The Moving Forces of History
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 351-355 (1994)

Wanted: New Word
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 357-360 (1994)

Re-Presenting Faraday
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 361-364 (1994)

L'uvre de Torricelli: Science Galilenne et nouvelle gomtrieby F. De Gandt
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 365-366 (1994)

Sir Jonas Moore: Practical Mathematics and Restoration Scienceby Frances Willmoth
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 367-368 (1994)

Equivalence and Priority: Newton versus Leibniz. Including Leibniz's Unpublished Manuscripts on the "Principia"by Domenico Bertoloni Meli
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 369-371 (1994)

Defining Science: William Whewell, Natural Knowledge and Public Debate in Early Victorian Britainby Richard Yeo
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 374-375 (1994)

Alexander A. Friedmann: The Man Who Made the Universe Expandby E. A. Tropp; V. Ya. Frenkel; A. D. Chernin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 377-378 (1994)

Cold Fusion: The Scientific Fiasco of the Centuryby John R. Huizenga
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 378-379 (1994)

Reconstructing Scientific Revolutions: Thomas S. Kuhn's Philosophy of Scienceby Paul Hoyningen-Huene; Alexander T. Levin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(3): 379-380 (1994)

Corresponding Interests: Artisans and Gentlemen in Nineteenth-Century Natural History
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(4): 383-408 (1994)

Galton's 100: An Exploration of Francis Galton's Imagery Studies
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(4): 443-463 (1994)

The Data of Euclid: Translated from the Text of Mengeby Euclid; Menge; George L. McDowell; Merle A. Sokolik
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(4): 473-474 (1994)

La scala, la mappa, l'albero. Immagini e classificazioni della natura fra sei e ottocentoby Giulio Barsanti
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(4): 476-477 (1994)

Edwin Hubble, the Discoverer of the Big Bang Universeby Alexander S. Sharov; Igor D. Novikov; Vitaly Kisin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(4): 479-480 (1994)

Biologen unter Hitler: Vertreibung, Karrieren, Forschungsfrderungby Ute Deichmann
, The British Journal for the History of Science 27(4): 480-481 (1994)

Kepler Translated
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(3): 345-349 (1995)

The Jung Cult: Origins of a Charismatic Movementby Richard Noll
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(3): 357-358 (1995)

Science Has No National Borders: Harry C. Kelly and the Reconstruction of Science in Postwar Japanby Hideo Yoshikawa; Joanne Kauffman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(3): 368-369 (1995)

Does Technology Drive History? The Dilemma of Technological Determinismby Merrit Roe Smith; Leo Marx
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(3): 370-372 (1995)

Design Paradigms: Case Histories of Error and Judgement in Engineeringby Henry Petroski
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(3): 374-375 (1995)

Edgeworth on Chance, Economic Hazard, and Statisticsby Philip Mirowski
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(3): 375-376 (1995)

Natural Images in Economic Thought: 'Markets Read in Tooth and Claw'. Historical Perspectives on Modern Economicsby Philip Mirowski
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(3): 376-377 (1995)

Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Raceby Michael A. Cremo; Richard L. Thompson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(3): 377-379 (1995)

Companion Encyclopaedia of the History of Medicineby W. F. Bynum; Roy Porter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(3): 379-381 (1995)

J. B. S. Haldane's Darwinism in Its Religious Context
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(2): 227-231 (1995)

The Fontana History of Astronomy and Cosmologyby John North
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(2): 233-234 (1995)

The Fontana History of Technologyby Donald Cardwell
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(2): 234-235 (1995)

Linnaeus: The Man and His Workby Tore Frngsmyr
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(2): 237-238 (1995)

Verbindung und Affinitt. Die Grundlegung der neuzeitlichen Chemie an der Wende vom 17. zum 18. Jahrhundertby Ursula Klein
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(2): 238-239 (1995)

Lavoisier: Mmoires d'une rvolutionby Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(2): 239-240 (1995)

Research Schools: Historical Reappraisalsby Gerald L. Geison; Frederic L. Homes
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(2): 245-246 (1995)

Center on the Periphery: Historical Aspects of 20th-Century Swedish Physicsby Svante Lindqvist
, The British Journal for the History of Science 28(2): 246-247 (1995)

Constructing South Kensington: The Buildings and Politics of T. H. Huxley's Working Environments
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(4): 435-468 (1996)

The Starry Messenger and the Polar Star: Scientific Relations between Italy and Sweden from 1500 to 1800. Catalogue of an Exhibition Held at the Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholmby Marco Beretta
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(4): 479-480 (1996)

The Invisible World: Early Modern Philosophy and the Invention of the Microscope. Studies in Intellectual History and the History of Philosophyby Catherine Wilson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(4): 480-481 (1996)

Revue d'histoire des sciences, Volume 48, Parts 1 and 2: Dbats et chantiers actuels autour de Lavoisier et la rvolution chimique
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(4): 481-482 (1996)

The Immortal Fire within. The Life and Work of Edward Emerson Barnardby William Sheehan;Edwin Hubble. Mariner of the Nebulaeby Gale E. Christianson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(4): 486-488 (1996)

The Collected Works of P. A. M. Dirac, 1924-48by R. H. Dalitz; P. A. M. Dirac
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(4): 488-489 (1996)

Abraham Robinson: The Creation of Nonstandard Analysis, a Personal and Mathematical Odysseyby J. W. Dauben
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(4): 489-490 (1996)

S. M. Jrgensen and His Controversy with A. Werner: A Reconsideration
, The British Journal for the History of Science 30(2): 203-219 (1997)

Virtual Realities
, The British Journal for the History of Science 30(2): 227-232 (1997)

The Crisis of Causality: Voetius and Descartes on God, Nature and Changeby J. A. van Ruler
, The British Journal for the History of Science 30(2): 233-234 (1997)

Science and the Shape of Orthodoxy: Intellectual Change in Late Seventeenth-Century Britainby Michael Hunter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 30(2): 235-236 (1997)

From Dearth to Plenty: The Modern Revolution in Food Productionby Kenneth Blaxter; Noel Robertson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 30(2): 246-247 (1997)

Telling the Story of Science and Religion: A Nuanced Account
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(3): 357-359 (1996)

Preliminary Discourse to the Encyclopedia of Diderotby Jean Le Rond d'Alembert; Richard N. Schwab
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(3): 366-367 (1996)

The Enlightenment: New Approaches to European Historyby Dorinda Outram
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(3): 367-368 (1996)

Biology Takes Form: Animal Morphology and the German Universitiesby Lynn K. Nyhart
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(3): 373-374 (1996)

Les Savants et l'epistmologie vers la fin du Xixe siecleby Marco Panza; Jean-Claude Pont
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(3): 375-376 (1996)

Eddington's Search for a Fundamental Theory: A Key to the Universeby C. W. Kilmister
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(3): 377-378 (1996)

Rethinking Objectivityby Allan Megill
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(3): 378-380 (1996)

Science and the Visual || Uncertain Knowledge: An Image of Science for a Changing Worldby R. G. A. Dolby
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(2): 241-243 (1998)

Science and the Visual || Technological Change: Methods and Themes in the History of Technologyby Robert Fox
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(2): 243-245 (1998)

Science and the Visual || Euclid's "Phaenomena": A Translation and Study of a Hellenistic Treatise in Spherical Astronomyby Euclid; J. L. Berggren; R. S. D. Thomas
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(2): 245-246 (1998)

Science and the Visual || A Free Enquiry into the Vulgarly Received Notion of Natureby Robert Boyle; Edward B. Davis; Michael Hunter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(2): 246-247 (1998)

Science and the Visual || Force and Geometry in Newton's "Principia"by Francois de Gandt; Curtis Wilson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(2): 247-249 (1998)

Science and the Visual || Hugh Miller and the Controversies of Victorian Scienceby Michael Shortland
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(2): 249-250 (1998)

Who Was That Masked Man?
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 55-62 (1998)

A History of Clinical Psychiatry: The Origin and History of Psychiatric Disordersby German Berrios; Roy Porter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 65-67 (1998)

Encyclopedia of the History of Arabic Scienceby Roshdi Rashed; Rgis Morelon
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 72-73 (1998)

Science, Art and Nature in Medieval and Modern Thoughtby A. C. Crombie
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 73-74 (1998)

Four Treatises of Theophrastus Von Hohenheim Called Paracelsusby C. Lilian Temkin; George Rosen; Gregory Zilboorg; Henry E. Sigerist
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 74-75 (1998)

Wellsprings of Achievement: Cultural and Economic Dynamics in Early Modern England and Japanby Penelope Gouk
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 76-77 (1998)

Grounds of Natural Philosophyby Margaret Lucas Cavendish
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 79-80 (1998)

Machine Man and Other Writingsby Julien Offray de la Mettrie; Ann Thomson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 82-83 (1998)

Thinking about Matter: Studies in the History of Chemical Philosophyby John Hedley Brooke
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 83-84 (1998)

Fishes, Crayfishes, and Crabs: Louis Renard's Natural History of the Rarest Curiosities of the Seas of the Indiesby Theodore W. Pietsch
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 84-86 (1998)

Cultivating Women, Cultivating Science: Flora's Daughters and Botany in England 1760 to 1860by Ann B. Shteir
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 87-89 (1998)

Catholic Attitudes to Evolution in Nineteenth-Century Italian Literatureby Noor Giovanni Mazhar
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 89-91 (1998)

Freud and the Politics of Psychoanalysisby Jos Brunner
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 92-93 (1998)

Modern Algebra and the Rise of Mathematical Structuresby Leo Corry
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 98-100 (1998)

Ferran Sunyer i Balaguerby Antoni Malet
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 100-101 (1998)

Forced Migration and Scientific Change: Emigr German-Speaking Scientists and Scholars after 1933by Mitchell G. Ash; Alfons Sllner
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(1): 101-102 (1998)

Michel Serres, Passe-Partout
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(3): 335-353 (1998)

The Fontana History of the Human Sciencesby Roger Smith
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(3): 361-363 (1998)

The Scientific Revolution: A Historiographical Inquiryby H. Floris Cohen
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(3): 366-368 (1998)

The Life and Legacy of G. I. Taylorby G. Batchelor
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(3): 371-372 (1998)

Crafting Science: A Socio-History of the Quest for the Genetics of Cancerby Joan H. Fujimura
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(3): 373-375 (1998)

Bringing the World into the Laboratory, or the (Ir)resistible Rise of Drosophila melanogaster
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(2): 217-221 (1996)

History of Science on the World Wide Web
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(2): 223-227 (1996)

In Measure, Number, and Weight: Studies in Mathematics and Cultureby Jens Hyrup
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(2): 229-230 (1996)

Mathematik im Studienplan der Jesuiten: Die Vorlesung von Otto Cattenius an der Universitt Mainz (1610/11)by Albert Krayer
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(2): 232-233 (1996)

Species and Specificity: An Interpretation of the History of Immunologyby Pauline M. H. Mazumdar
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(2): 249-250 (1996)

The Western Medical Tradition 800 Bc to Ad 1800by Lawrence I. Conrad; Michael Neve; Vivian Nutton; Roy Porter; Andrew Wear
, The British Journal for the History of Science 29(2): 253-254 (1996)

Student Papers || Inoculating the Urban Poor in the Late Eighteenth Century
, The British Journal for the History of Science 30(3): 291-305 (1997)

Student Papers || Dugald Stewart on Intellectual Character
, The British Journal for the History of Science 30(3): 307-320 (1997)

Student Papers || Recreating Herschel's Actinometry: An Essay in the Historiography of Experimental Practice
, The British Journal for the History of Science 30(3): 337-355 (1997)

Student Papers || Ambiguity: Aspects of the Wave-Particle Duality
, The British Journal for the History of Science 30(3): 375-385 (1997)

Evolution and the Eucharist: Bishop E. W. Barnes on Science and Religion in the 1920s and 1930s
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(4): 453-467 (1998)

L'Europe mathmatique: Histoires, mythes, identits/Mathematical Europe: History, Myth, Identityby Catherine Goldstein; Jeremy Gray; Jim Ritter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(4): 469-470 (1998)

The Bible, Protestantism and the Rise of Natural Scienceby Peter Harrison
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(4): 470-473 (1998)

Tradition and Innovation: Newton's Metaphysics of Natureby J. E. McGuire
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(4): 476-478 (1998)

Health and Healing in Eighteenth-Century Germanyby Mary Lindemann
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(4): 478-479 (1998)

Principles of Geologyby Charles Lyell; James A. Secord
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(4): 480-481 (1998)

Arrhenius. From Ionic Theory to the Greenhouse Effectby Elisabeth Crawford
, The British Journal for the History of Science 31(4): 483-484 (1998)

Dijksterhuis: een biografieby Klaas van Berkel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 33(2): 231-233 (2000)

Science and Cultural Exchange in Modern History: Japan and the Westby Masao Watanabe
, The British Journal for the History of Science 33(2): 233-234 (2000)

Philosophical Studies, c. 1611-c. 1619by Francis Bacon; Graham Rees
, The British Journal for the History of Science 33(2): 235-237 (2000)

Van der Waals and Molecular Scienceby Aleksandr Yakovlevich Kipnis; Boris Efimovich Yavelov; John Shipley Rowlinson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 33(2): 239-242 (2000)

Yakov Ilich Frenkel. His Work, Life and Lettersby V. Y. Frenkel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 33(2): 243-245 (2000)

Books of the Body: Anatomical Ritual and Renaissance Learningby Andrea Carlino; John Tedeschi; Anne C. Tedeschi
, The British Journal for the History of Science 33(2): 252-253 (2000)

Proximate Industrial Activity and Psychological Distress
, Population and Environment 30(1-2): 3-25 (2008)

The Sanitation Environment in Urban Slums: Implications for Child Health
, Population and Environment 30(1-2): 26-47 (2008)

Women, Non-Governmental Organizations, and Deforestation: A Cross-National Study
, Population and Environment 30(1-2): 48-72 (2008)

Revisiting the Hierarchy of Urban Areas in the Brazilian Amazon: A Multilevel Approach
, Population and Environment 30(4-5): 159-192 (2009)

El debate cosmolgico en 1588. Bruno, Brahe, Rothmann, Ursus, Rslinby Miguel Angel Granada
, The British Journal for the History of Science 33(3): 371-373 (2000)

Temptations of Theory, Strategies of Evidence: P. M. S. Blackett and the Earth's Magnetism, 1947-52
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(1): 69-92 (1999)

Re-Enchanted Science. Holism in German Culture from Wilhelm Ii to Hitlerby Anne Harrington
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(1): 121-122 (1999)

What Have We Learned about Science and Technology from the Russian Experience?by Loren Graham
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(1): 123-124 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || Probing Historiographical Boundaries: Analysing Contexts Employing Specific Narratives
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 345-358 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || Preparation for Adult Life?
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 359-361 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || The Diaries of John Deeby Edward Fenton; John Dee
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 365-366 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || Robert Boyle: A Study in Science and Christian Beliefby Reijer Hooykaas; Harry Van Dyke
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 366-368 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || Visions of Empire: Voyages, Botany, and Representations of Natureby David Philip Miller; Peter Hanns Reill
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 368-369 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || Cosmos: A Sketch of the Physical Description of the Universeby Alexander von Humboldt; Elise C. Ott
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 369-370 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || Victorian Science in Contextby Bernard Lightman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 372-374 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || The Natural Philosophy of James Clerk Maxwellby P. M. Harman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 374-375 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || Accounting and Science: Natural Inquiry and Commercial Reasonby Michael Power
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 375-377 (1999)

Psychoanalysing Robert Boyle || The Cambridge Companion to Jungby Polly Young-Eisendrath; Terence Dawson;Cult Fictions: C. G. Jung and the Founding of Analytical Psychologyby Sonu Shamdasani
, The British Journal for the History of Science 32(3): 377-378 (1999)

Pappus of Alexandria and the Mathematics of Late Antiquityby Serafina Cuomo
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(2): 240-242 (2001)

Restoring Baird's Imageby Donald F. McLean
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(2): 247-248 (2001)

On Time: History, Science and Commemoration || Isaac Newton Lived Here: Sites of Memory and Scientific Heritage
, The British Journal for the History of Science 33(4): 407-426 (2000)

On Time: History, Science and Commemoration || Engineering Time: Inventing the Electronic Wristwatch
, The British Journal for the History of Science 33(4): 477-497 (2000)

Tracks to a New World: Railway Excavation and the Extension of Geological Knowledge in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Britain
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(1): 51-65 (2001)

Tying the Knot: Skill, Judgement and Authority in the 1870s Leipzig Spiritistic Experiments
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(1): 67-79 (2001)

Thomas Kuhn and the Science Wars. Postmodern Encountersby Ziauddin Sardar
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(1): 99-101 (2001)

The New Organonby Francis Bacon; Lisa Jardine; Michael Silverthorne
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(1): 104-105 (2001)

The Dinosaur Hunters: A True Story of Scientific Rivalry and the Discovery of the Prehistoric Worldby Deborah Cadbury
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(1): 109-111 (2001)

Charles Darwin's Zoology Notes and Specimen Lists from Hms Beagleby Charles Darwin; Richard Keynes
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(1): 112-113 (2001)

Mystic, Geometer, and Intuitionist: The Life of L. E. J. Brouwer. Volume 1: The Dawning Revolutionby D. van Dalen
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(1): 117-119 (2001)

La Carte du ciel: Correspondance indite conserve dans les Archives de l'Observatoire de Parisby Ileana Chinnici
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(1): 119-120 (2001)

The Wandering Astronomerby Patrick Moore
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(1): 122-124 (2001)

Popular Science and the Arts: Challenges to Cultural Authority in France under the Second Empire
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(3): 301-322 (2001)

Instrument-Experiment: Historische Studienby Christoph Meinel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(3): 347-349 (2001)

Elizabethan Instrument Makers: The Origins of the London Trade in Precision Instrument Makingby Gerard L'E. Turner
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(3): 353-354 (2001)

Malthus, Medicine, & Morality: 'Malthusianism' after 1798by Brian Dolan
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(3): 357-359 (2001)

Einblicke in eine sterbende ra: Das Ende des Mythos der guten alten Zeitenby Peter Zigman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(3): 364-366 (2001)

Physique et humanits scientifiques: autour de la rforme de l'enseignement de 1902. Etudes et documentsby Nicole Hulin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(3): 369-370 (2001)

How the Web Was Bornby James Gillies; Robert Cailliau
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(3): 370-373 (2001)

The Meaning of Ceraunia: Archaeology, Natural History and the Interpretation of Prehistoric Stone Artefacts in the Eighteenth Century
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 255-269 (2002)

Huxley and Scientific Agnosticism: The Strange History of a Failed Rhetorical Strategy
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 271-289 (2002)

Imagining Iceland: Narratives of Nature and History in the North Atlantic
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 313-334 (2002)

Boyle in the Bag!
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 335-340 (2002)

Apollonius of Perga's "Conica": Text, Context, Subtextby Michael N. Fried; Sabetai Unguru
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 348-349 (2002)

Scientific Method in Ptolemy's "Harmonics"by Andrew Barker
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 349-350 (2002)

Observations and Predictions of Eclipse Times by Early Astronomersby John M. Steele
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 350-351 (2002)

The Role of Visual Representations in Astronomy: History and Research Practiceby P. Klaus Hentschei; Axel D. Wittmann
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 351-353 (2002)

Experimental Essays: Versuch zum Experimentby Michael Heidelberger; Friedrich Steinle
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 353-354 (2002)

A Dictionary of Alchemical Imageryby Lyndy Abraham;Auf der Suche nach dem Stein der Weisen: Die Geschichte der Alchemieby Hans-Werner Schtt
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 354-356 (2002)

Victorian Sensation: The Extraordinary Publication, Reception, and Secret Authorship of "Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation"by James A. Secord
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 360-362 (2002)

Evolutionsbiologie von Darwin bis heuteby Rainer Brmer; Uwe Hossfeld; Nicolaas A. Rupke
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 368-370 (2002)

Imperial Medicine: Patrick Manson and the Conquest of Tropical Diseaseby Douglas M. Haynes
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 370-371 (2002)

Railways and Culture in Britain: The Epitome of Modernityby Ian Carter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 371-372 (2002)

History of Telegraphy: Its Technology and Applicationby Ken Beauchamp
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 372-373 (2002)

Atmospheric Flight in the Twentieth Centuryby Peter Galison; Alex Roland
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 374-375 (2002)

War and Nature: Fighting Humans and Insects with Chemicals from World War I to "Silent Spring"by Edmund Russell
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 375-376 (2002)

Hitler's Gift: Scientists Who Fled Nazi Germanyby Jean Medawar; David Pyke
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(3): 378-379 (2002)

M. du Bois-Reymond Goes to Paris
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 261-300 (2003)

Encyclopaedic Visions: Scientific Discoveries and Enlightenment Cultureby Richard Yeo
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 365-366 (2003)

Brunel: The Life and Times of Isambard Kingdom Brunelby R. Angus Buchanan
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 370-371 (2003)

Embryos in Wax: Models from the Ziegler Studio. With a Reprint of "Embryological Wax Models" by Friedrich Zieglerby Nick Hopwood; Friedrich Ziegler
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 372-373 (2003)

Les Femmes et l'enseignement scientifiqueby Nicole Hulin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 373-374 (2003)

Putting Psychology in Its Place: A Critical Historical Overviewby Graham Richards
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 374-375 (2003)

Psychology in Britain: Historical Essays and Personal Reflectionsby G. C. Bunn; A. D. Lovie; G. D. Richards
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 375-377 (2003)

In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer: The Security Clearance Hearingby Richard Polenberg
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 378-379 (2003)

Invisible Rays: The History of Radioactivityby G. I. Brown
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 379-380 (2003)

Science Bought and Sold: Essays in the Economics of Scienceby Philip Mirowski; Esther-Mirjam Sent
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 381-383 (2003)

Brains/Practices/Relativism: Social Theory after Cognitive Scienceby Stephen P. Turner
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(3): 383-384 (2003)

Transforming Matter: A History of Chemistry from Alchemy to the Buckyballby Trevor H. Levere
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 216-217 (2002)

Instruments and Experimentation in the History of Chemistryby Frederic L. Holmes; Trevor H. Levere
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 217-219 (2002)

Astronomy in the Iberian Peninsula: Abraham Zacut and the Transition from Manuscript to Printby Jos Chabs; Bernard R. Goldstein
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 219-220 (2002)

Optics. "Paralipomena to Witelo" & "Optical Part of Astronomy"by Johannes Kepler; William H. Donahue
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 222-224 (2002)

The Ecstatic Journey: Athanasius Kircher in Baroque Romeby Ingrid D. Rowland
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 224-225 (2002)

Rhetoric and Natural History: Buffon in Polemical and Literary Contextby Jeff Loveland
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 226-227 (2002)

Cultures and Institutions of Natural History. Essays in the History and Philosophy of Scienceby Michael T. Ghiselin; Alan E. Leviton
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 229-230 (2002)

Nature's Government: Science, Imperial Britain, and the 'Improvement' of the Worldby Richard Drayton
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 230-231 (2002)

John Logie Baird, Television Pioneerby Russell Burns
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 237-238 (2002)

The Century of the Geneby Evelyn Fox Keller
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 240-243 (2002)

Philosophy and Geometry: Theoretical and Historical Issuesby Lorenzo Magnani
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 246-247 (2002)

The Making of Intelligence. Maps of the Mindby Ken Richardson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 247-248 (2002)

The Concept of the Gene in Development and Evolution: Historical and Epistemological Perspectivesby Peter J. Beurton; Raphael Falk; Hans-Jrg Rheinberger
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(2): 248-249 (2002)

'Newton dpossd!' The British Response to the Pascal Forgeries of 1867
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(4): 437-453 (2003)

Edgar Zilsel: The Social Origins of Modern Scienceby Diderick Raven; Wolfgang Krohn; Robert S. Cohen
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(4): 477-478 (2003)

Fossil Woods and Other Geological Specimensby Andrew C. Scott; David Freedberg
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(4): 478-480 (2003)

Systems, Experts, and Computers: The Systems Approach in Management and Engineering, World War Ii and Afterby Agatha C. Hughes; Thomas P. Hughes
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(4): 485-487 (2003)

Plate Tectonics: An Insider's History of the Modern Theory of the Earthby Naomi Oreskes; Homer Le Grand
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(4): 487-488 (2003)

Interdisciplinary Atomism? Exploring Twentieth-Century Culture through Einstein
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 221-230 (2003)

Spirits and Clocks: Machine and Organism in Descartesby Dennis Des Chene
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 233-235 (2003)

Stuffed Animals & Pickled Heads: The Culture and Evolution of Natural History Museumsby Stephen T. Asma
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 236-237 (2003)

The Man Who Would Be Caliph: A Sixteenth-Century Sultan's Bid for an African Empire
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 179-200 (2009)

"Kill Me Quick": A History of Nubian Gin in Kibera
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 201-220 (2009)

The Archaeology of African History
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 241-255 (2009)

The Enigma of Raymond Dart
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 257-282 (2009)

Between Rites and Rights: Excision in Women's Experiential Texts and Human Contextsby Chantal Zabus
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 283-284 (2009)

Mary Somerville: Science, Illumination, and the Female Mindby Kathryn A. Neeley
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 237-238 (2003)

Johann Ludwig Krapf: Ein schwbischer pionier in Ostafrikaby Jochen Eber
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 290-291 (2009)

Deep Roots: Rice Farmers in West Africa and the African Diasporaby Edda Fields-Black
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 291-292 (2009)

African Military Historyby John Lamphear
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 293-294 (2009)

Gender and Genocide in Burundi: The Search for Spaces of Peace in the Great Lakes Regionby Patricia O. Daley
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 296-297 (2009)

Claim to the Country: The Archive of Lucy Lloyd and Wilhelm Bleekby Pippa Skotnes
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 298-299 (2009)

India in Africa, Africa in India: Indian Ocean Cosmopolitanismsby John C. Hawley
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 299-302 (2009)

Einstein's Wake: Relativity, Metaphor, and Modernist Literatureby Michael H. Whitworth
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 238-239 (2003)

In Township Tonight! South Africa's Black City Music and Theaterby David Coplan
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 304-306 (2009)

Indirect Rule in South Africa: Tradition, Modernity, and the Costuming of Political Powerby J. C. Myers
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 307-308 (2009)

Unimagined Communities: Sex, Networks, and Aids in Uganda and South Africaby Robert J. Thornton
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 308-310 (2009)

Landmarked: Land Claims and Land Restitution in South Africaby Cherryl Walker
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 310-311 (2009)

It's Our Turn to Eat: The Story of a Kenyan Whistle-Blowerby Michela Wrong
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 312-314 (2009)

Renewers of the Age: Holy Men and Social Discourse in Colonial Benaadirby Scott Reese
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 314-315 (2009)

The Emergence of Libya: Selected Historical Essaysby John Wright
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 317-318 (2009)

Genetic Prehistory in Selective Breeding: A Prelude to Mendelby Roger J. Wood; Vitezslav Orel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 239-241 (2003)

Saviors and Survivors: Darfur, Politics, and the War on Terrorby Mahmood Mamdani
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 318-319 (2009)

Beyond the Border War: New Perspectives on Southern Africa's Late Cold War Conflictsby Gary Baines; Peter Vale
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 319-321 (2009)

United States Relations with South Africa: A Critical Overview from the Colonial Period to the Presentby Y. G-M. Lulat
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 322-323 (2009)

The Water Goddess in Igbo Cosmology: Ogbuide of Oguta Lakeby Sabine Jell-Bahlsen
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 323-324 (2009)

Heterosexual Africa? The History of an Idea from the Age of Exploration to the Age of Aidsby Marc Epprecht
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 325-326 (2009)

The Essential Art of African Textiles: Design without Endby Alissa LaGamma; Christine Giuntini;The Poetics of Cloth: African Textiles/Recent Artby Lynn Gumpert
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 330-331 (2009)

Globalization and Restructuring of African Commodity Flowsby Niels Fold; Marianne Nylandsted Larsen
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 333-334 (2009)

Sparks of Life: Darwinism and the Victorian Debates over Spontaneous Generationby James E. Strick;Evolution and the Spontaneous Generation Debateby James E. Strick
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 241-244 (2003)

New Perspectives on Islam in Senegal; Conversion, Migration, Wealth, Power and Femininityby Mamadou Diouf; Mara Leichtman
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 334-336 (2009)

African Identity in Asia: Cultural Effects of Forced Migrationby Shihan de Silva Jayasuriya
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(2): 341-342 (2009)

The Invisible Plague: The Rise of Mental Illness from 1750 to the Presentby E. Fuller Torrey; Judy Miller
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 244-246 (2003)

Igbo Women and Political Participation in Nigeria, 1800s-2005
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 81-103 (2009)

Routes of Remembrance: Refashioning the Slave Trade in Ghanaby Bayo Holsey
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 118-120 (2009)

Asen, Ancestors, and Vodun: Tracing Change in African Artby Edna Bay
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 120-121 (2009)

Art and Revolution: The Life and Death of Thami Mnyele, South African Artistby Diana Wylie
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 122-123 (2009)

Reclaiming Heritage: Alternative Imaginaries of Memory in West Africaby Ferdinand de Jong; Michael Rowlands
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 123-125 (2009)

Saa Waxay Tiri: Maansadii Iyo Waayihii Xaawa Jibriil. (And Then She Said: The Poetry and Times of Hawa Jibril)by Faduma Ahmed Alim
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 125-128 (2009)

Mineworkers in Zambia: Labor and Political Change in Post-Colonial Africaby Miles Larmer
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 129-131 (2009)

Raila Odinga: An Enigma in Kenyan Politicsby Babafemi A. Badejo
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 134-136 (2009)

Slavery in the Great Lakes Region of East Africaby Henri Mdard; Shane Doyle
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 136-138 (2009)

The Roots of African Conflicts: The Causes and Costsby Alfred Nhema; Paul Tiyambe Zeleza
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 139-140 (2009)

The Resolution of African Conflicts. The Management of Conflict Resolution and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: South Africa, Namibia, Mozambique, Somalia, Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, Mauritiusby Alfred Nhema; Paul Tiyambe Zeleza
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 140-141 (2009)

Some Aspects of Islam in Africaby Uthman Sayyid Ahmad Ismail al-Bili
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 42(1): 144-146 (2009)

View from the Village: Changing Settlement Patterns in Sisalaland, Northern Ghana
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 1-27 (2008)

Living with a Tyrant: Ndau Memories and Identities in the Shadow of Ngungunyana
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 29-53 (2008)

Kongo Slavery Remembered by Themselves: Texts from 1915
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 55-76 (2008)

The Organization of the Atlantic Slave Trade in Yorubaland, ca.1777 to ca.1856
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 77-100 (2008)

Samuel Hodges, Jr., and the Symbiosis of Slave and "Legitimate" Trades, 1810s-1820s
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 101-116 (2008)

An Africanist's Apostasy: On Luise White's "Speaking with Vampires"
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 117-121 (2008)

Changing Settlement Patterns in the Aksum-Yeha Region of Ethiopia: 700 Bc-Ad 850by Joseph W. Michels
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 123-126 (2008)

Telling Stories, Making Histories: Women, Words, and Islam in Nineteenth-Century Hausaland and the Sokoto Caliphateby Mary Wren Bivins
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 128-129 (2008)

Islam, histoire, et modernit en Cte d'Ivoireby Marie Miran
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 135-137 (2008)

Butterflies and Barbarians: Swiss Missionaries and Systems of Knowledge in South-East Africaby Patrick Harries
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 137-139 (2008)

Many Middle Passages: Forced Migration and the Making of the Modern Worldby Emma Christopher; Cassandra Pybus; Markus Rediker
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 139-141 (2008)

Memoirs: A Twentieth-Century Journey in Science and Politicsby Edward Teller; Judith Shoolery
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 250-251 (2003)

Natural Resources and Conflict in Africa: The Tragedy of Endowmentby Abiodun Alao
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 142-144 (2008)

Domesticating the World: African Consumerism and the Genealogies of Globalizationby Jeremy Prestholdt
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 149-150 (2008)

Transitions in Namibia: Which Changes and for Whom?by Henning Melber
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 152-153 (2008)

Postcolonial African Cinema: From Political Engagement to Postmodernismby Kenneth W. Harrow
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 159-160 (2008)

Race and the Construction of the Dispensable Otherby Bernard M. Magubane
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(1): 160-162 (2008)

Autochthony and Ethnic Cleansing in the Post-Colony: The 1966 Tombel Disturbances in Cameroon
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 203-222 (2008)

Disease as History and Ecology: Malaria
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 315-318 (2008)

African Geopoliticsby Philippe Hugon; Steven Rendall
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 323-325 (2008)

Lost People: Magic and the Legacy of Slavery in Madagascarby David Graeber
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 325-326 (2008)

Liverpool and Transatlantic Slaveryby David Richardson; Suzanne Schwarz; Anthony Tibbies
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 326-327 (2008)

States of Violence: Politics, Youth, and Memory in Contemporary Africaby Edna G. Bay; Donald L. Donham
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 327-329 (2008)

A History of the International Chemical Industry: From the 'Early Days' to 2000by Fred Aftalion; Otto Theodor Benfey
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(2): 253-254 (2003)

Living with Bad Surroundings: War, History, and Everyday Moments in Northern Ugandaby Sverker Finnstrm
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 336-337 (2008)

Rethinking Mau Mau in Colonial Kenyaby S. M. Shamsul Alam
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 337-339 (2008)

Lela in Bali, History through Ceremonyby Richard Fardon
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 339-340 (2008)

Kenya: The Struggle for Democracyby Godwin R. Murung'a; Shadrack W. Nasong'o
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 344-346 (2008)

The Archaeology of Ancient Eritreaby Peter R. Schmidt; Matthew C. Curtis; Zelalem Teka
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 346-348 (2008)

Imagining Serengeti: A History of Landscape Memory in Tanzania from Earliest Times to the Presentby Jan Bender Shetler
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 352-353 (2008)

Becoming Somalilandby Mark Bradbury
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 356-359 (2008)

Fiddling in West Africa: Touching the Spirit in Fulbe, Hausa, and Dagbamba Culturesby Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje
, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(2): 362-365 (2008)

Fallible or Inerrant? A Belated Review of the 'Constructivist's Bible'
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(1): 93-98 (2004)

Behind the Scenes at the Science Museumby Sharon Macdonald
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(1): 99-100 (2004)

Irish Innovators in Science and Technologyby Charles Mollan; William Davis; Brendan Finucane
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(1): 100-101 (2004)

Elements, Principles and Corpuscles: A Study of Atomism and Chemistry in the Seventeenth Centuryby Antonio Clericuzio
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(1): 103-104 (2004)

Tortured Subjects: Pain, Truth, and the Body in Early Modern Franceby Lisa Silverman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(1): 105-106 (2004)

The Fate of the Mammoth: Fossils, Myth, and Historyby Claudine Cohen; William Rodarmor
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(1): 107-108 (2004)

The Honors Class: Hilbert's Problems and Their Solversby Benjamin H. Yandell
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(1): 112-113 (2004)

Scottish Chemistry, Classification and the Early Mineralogical Career of the 'Ingenious' Rev. Dr. John Walker (1746 to 1779)
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(4): 411-438 (2002)

What the Tortoise Said to Achilles
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(4): 469-474 (2002)

Medical Geography in Historical Perspectiveby Nicolaas A. Rupke
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(4): 478-479 (2002)

An Odd Kind of Fame: Stories of Phineas Gageby Malcolm Macmillan
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(4): 479-481 (2002)

New Zealand Is Different: Chemical Milestones in New Zealand Historyby Denis Hogan; Bryce Williamson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(4): 481-482 (2002)

Turing and the Universal Machine: The Making of the Modern Computerby Jon Agar
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(4): 482-483 (2002)

Victorian Naturalists in China: Science and Informal Empire
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 1-26 (2003)

Science, Space and Hermeneuticsby David N. Livingstone
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 89-90 (2003)

Astronomy across Cultures: The History of Non-Western Astronomyby Helaine Selin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 91-92 (2003)

Imaging a Career in Science: The Iconography of Antoine Laurent Lavoisierby Marco Beretta
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 96-97 (2003)

Michael Faraday: Physics and Faithby Colin A. Russell;Michael Faradayby Ann Fullick
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 98-100 (2003)

Observing God: Thomas Dick, Evangelicalism, and Popular Science in Victorian Britain and Americaby William J. Astore
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 100-101 (2003)

Infinite Tropics: An Alfred Russel Wallace Anthologyby Andrew Berry;The Alfred Russel Wallace Reader: A Selection of Writings from the Fieldby Jane R. Camerini
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 102-104 (2003)

The Beautiful and the Damned: The Creation of Identity in Nineteenth-Century Photographyby Peter Hamilton; Roger Hargreaves
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 106-107 (2003)

Mapping the Spectrum: Techniques of Visual Representation in Research and Teachingby Klaus Hentschel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 108-110 (2003)

Technologies of Power. Essays in Honor of Thomas Parke Hughes and Agatha Chipley Hughesby Michael Thad Allen; Gabrielle Hecht
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 110-111 (2003)

Tools and Modes of Representation in the Laboratory Sciencesby Ursula Klein
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 111-112 (2003)

Fine Wines and Fish Oils: The Life of Hugh Macdonald Sinclairby Jeannette Ewin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 115-116 (2003)

Solly Zuckerman: A Scientist out of the Ordinaryby John Peyton
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 117-118 (2003)

Ritual, Scriptural Authority and African Christianity
, Journal of Southern African Studies 34(3): 729-730 (2008)

The Story of Taxol: Nature and Politics in the Pursuit of an Anti-Cancer Drugby Jordan Goodman; Vivien Walsh
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 120-121 (2003)

The Power of Water: Landscape, Water and the State in Southern and Eastern Africa || Landscapes of Power: Ownership and Identity on the Middle Kavango River, Namibia
, Journal of Southern African Studies 34(4): 785-802 (2008)

The Power of Water: Landscape, Water and the State in Southern and Eastern Africa || Slimes and Death-Dealing Dambos: Water, Industry and the Garden City on Zambia's Copperbelt
, Journal of Southern African Studies 34(4): 823-840 (2008)

The Power of Water: Landscape, Water and the State in Southern and Eastern Africa || Patrolling Kariba's Waters: State Authority, Fishing and the Border Economy
, Journal of Southern African Studies 34(4): 861-879 (2008)

The Power of Water: Landscape, Water and the State in Southern and Eastern Africa || Citizenship Prepaid: Water, Calculability, and Techno-Politics in South Africa
, Journal of Southern African Studies 34(4): 899-917 (2008)

The Power of Water: Landscape, Water and the State in Southern and Eastern Africa || Epilogue: The Cultural Politics of Water A Comparative Perspective
, Journal of Southern African Studies 34(4): 939-948 (2008)

The Power of Water: Landscape, Water and the State in Southern and Eastern Africa || On the Ambiguities of Narrative and of History: Writing (About) the Past in Recent South African Literary Criticism
, Journal of Southern African Studies 34(4): 949-961 (2008)

Doing Science + Culture: How Cultural and Interdisciplinary Studies Are Changing the Way We Look at Science and Medicineby Roddey Reid; Sharon Traweek
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 121-122 (2003)

Music, Science, Philosophy: Models in the Universe of Thoughtby Jamie C. Kassler
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 122-124 (2003)

Science on Stage: Expert Advice as Public Dramaby Stephen Hilgartner
, The British Journal for the History of Science 36(1): 124-125 (2003)

Ptolemy's "Geography": An Annotated Translation of the Theoretical Chaptersby Ptolemy; J. Lennart Berggren; Alexander Jones
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 194-196 (2004)

'The Earth Is Our Book': Geographical Knowledge in the Latin West ca. 400-1000by Natalia Lozovsky
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 196-197 (2004)

Reinventing Hippocratesby David Cantor
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 197-199 (2004)

Logic and the Art of Memory: The Quest for a Universal Languageby Paolo Rossi
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 200-201 (2004)

The World in a Box: The Story of an Eighteenth-Century Picture Encyclopediaby Anke te Heesen; Ann M. Hentschel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 208-209 (2004)

William Stukeley: Science, Religion and Archaeology in Eighteenth-Century Englandby David Boyd Haycock
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 209-210 (2004)

Colouring Textiles: A History of Natural Dyestuffs in Industrial Europeby Agust Nieto-Galan
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 214-215 (2004)

Un pubblico per la scienza: La divulgazione scientifica nell'Italia in formazioneby Paola Govoni
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 216-217 (2004)

Models of Nature: Ecology, Conservation and Cultural Revolution in Soviet Russia. With a New Afterwordby Douglas R. Weiner
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 219-220 (2004)

John Logie Baird: A Lifeby Antony Kamm; Malcolm Baird
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 221-222 (2004)

I Have Landed: Splashes and Reflections in Natural Historyby Stephen Jay Gould
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 223-224 (2004)

Things Come to Life: Spontaneous Generation Revisitedby Henry Harris
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 224-225 (2004)

Science in the Third Reichby Margit Szllsi-Janze
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 227-229 (2004)

Pushing Gravity: New Perspectives on Le Sage's Theory of Gravitationby Matthew R. Edwards
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 234-235 (2004)

Prematurity in Scientific Discovery: On Resistance and Neglectby Ernest B. Hook
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 235-236 (2004)

Fabulous Science: Fact and Fiction in the History of Scientific Discoveryby John Waller
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 236-237 (2004)

Retooling: A Historian Confronts Technological Changeby Rosalind Williams
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(2): 237-238 (2004)

Commemorative Practices in Science: Historical Perspectives on the Politics of Collective Memoryby Pnina G. Abir-Am; Clark A. Elliott
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(4): 454-455 (2001)

Perspectives on Industrial Archaeologyby Neil Cossons
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(4): 456-457 (2001)

Science, Explanation, and Rationality: Aspects of the Philosophy of Carl G. Hempelby James H. Fetzer
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(4): 458-459 (2001)

Experimental Researches in Electricityby Michael Faraday
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(4): 474-475 (2001)

Nationalizing Science: Adolphe Wurtz and the Battle for French Chemistryby Alan J. Rocke
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(4): 476-478 (2001)

Exposing Electronicsby B. Finn; Robert Bud; Helmuth Trischler
, The British Journal for the History of Science 34(4): 480-481 (2001)

Analysis and the Hierarchy of Nature in Eighteenth-Century Chemistry
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 1-16 (2002)

The Authority of Human Nature: The "Schdellehre" of Franz Joseph Gall
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 17-42 (2002)

Inflammation a Possible Link between Economical Stress and Coronary Heart Disease
, European Journal of Epidemiology 23(2): 95-103 (2008)

Alfred Russel Wallace, Robert Owen and the Theory of Natural Selection
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 73-96 (2002)

The Social Construction of What?by Ian Hacking
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 97-99 (2002)

Science or Pseudoscience: Magnetic Healing, Psychic Phenomena, and Other Heterodoxiesby Henry H. Bauer;The Borderlands of Science: Where Science Meets Nonsenseby Michael Shermer
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 101-103 (2002)

A Dictionary of Epidemiologyby M. Porta; S. Greenland; J. M. Last
, European Journal of Epidemiology 23(12): 813-817 (2008)

Francis Bacon and the Transformation of Early-Modern Philosophyby Stephen Gaukroger
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 107-108 (2002)

The Cult of Statistical Significance. How the Standard Error Costs Us Jobs, Justice, and Livesby S. T. Ziliak; D. N. McCloskey
, European Journal of Epidemiology 24(2): 111-114 (2009)

The "Instauratio Magna": Last Writingsby Francis Bacon; Graham Rees
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 108-110 (2002)

Cardiovascular Diseases, Risk Factors and Short-Term Heart Rate Variability in an Elderly General Population: The Carla Study 20022006
, European Journal of Epidemiology 24(3): 123-142 (2009)

The Sciences in Enlightened Europeby W. Clark; J. Golinski; S. Schaffer
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 111-113 (2002)

Evangelicals and Science in Historical Perspectiveby David N. Livingstone; D. G. Hart; Mark A. Noll
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 113-114 (2002)

A Graphical Study of Tuberculosis Incidence and Trends in the Who's European Region (19802006)
, European Journal of Epidemiology 24(7): 381-387 (2009)

Instrumental Traditions and Theories of Light: The Uses of Instruments in the Optical Revolutionby Xiang Chen
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 116-117 (2002)

Rose's Strategy of Preventive Medicine
, European Journal of Epidemiology 24(8): 481-482 (2009)

The Hilbert Challengeby Jeremy J. Gray
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 118-119 (2002)

Die Medizinische Fakultt der Universitt Jena whrend der Zeit des Nationalsozialismusby Susanne Zimmermann
, The British Journal for the History of Science 35(1): 119-120 (2002)

Political Ethics and International Order || Is There a Right to Have Rights? The Case of the Right of Asylum
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 11(1): 3-13 (2008)

Political Ethics and International Order || Consumer Rights to Informed Choice on the Food Market
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 11(1): 61-72 (2008)

Political Ethics and International Order || Paul Gomberg, How to Make Opportunity Equal: Race and Contributive Justice
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 11(1): 113-116 (2008)

Political Ethics and International Order || Epistemic Injustice Power and the Ethics of Knowingby Miranda Flicker
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 11(1): 117-119 (2008)

Another Cosmopolitanism, Seyla Benhabibby Robert Post
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 11(2): 225-226 (2008)

The Nature of Normativityby Ralph Wedgwood
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 11(2): 227-228 (2008)

Bioethics and Women, across the Life Spanby Mary Briody Mahowald
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 11(2): 229-230 (2008)

Die Objektivitt der Moralby Gerhard Ernst
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(3): 317-319 (2009)

Brian Leiter and Neil Sinhababuby Nietzsche; Morality
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(3): 321-322 (2009)

Facets of Socialityby Nikos Psarros; Katinka Schulte Ostermann
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(3): 323-324 (2009)

Normativitt. Eine ontologische Untersuchung Walter de Gruyter, 2008by Peter Stemmer
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(3): 325-326 (2009)

The Emergence of the Telescope: Janssen, Lipperhey, and the Unknown Manby M. Barlow Pepin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 347-348 (2004)

Value Theory || Goodness, Values, Reasons
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(4): 329-343 (2009)

Value Theory || Correct Responses and the Priority of the Normative
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(4): 345-364 (2009)

Value Theory || Fitting Attitude Analyses of Value and the Partiality Challenge
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(4): 365-378 (2009)

Value Theory || Abandoning the Buck Passing Analysis of Final Value
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(4): 379-395 (2009)

Value Theory || Understanding What's Good for Us
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(4): 429-439 (2009)

Value Theory || Secularism or Democracy? Associational Governance of Religious Diversityby Veit Bader
, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(4): 441-444 (2009)

Das Alchemiehandbuch des Appenzeller Wundarztes Ulrich Ruoschby Rudolph Gamper; Thomas Hofmeier
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 348-349 (2004)

Footprints of the Lion: Isaac Newton at Workby Scott Mandelbrote
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 349-350 (2004)

Caroline Herschel's Autobiographiesby Caroline Herschel; Michael Hoskin;The Herschel Partnership as Viewed by Carolineby Michael Hoskin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 350-351 (2004)

The Cogwheel Brain: Charles Babbage and the Quest to Build the First Computerby Doron Swade
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 351-352 (2004)

Annie's Box: Charles Darwin, His Daughter and Human Evolutionby Randal Keynes
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 353-354 (2004)

The Shape of the Great Pyramidby Roger Herz-Fischler
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 355-356 (2004)

Cohesion: A Scientific History of Intermolecular Forcesby J. S. Rowlinson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 358-359 (2004)

Cold Wars: The Fight against the Common Coldby David Tyrrell; Michael Fielder
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 362-363 (2004 )

Heart to Heart: The Twentieth-Century Battle against Cardiac Diseaseby Allen B. Weisse
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 363-364 (2004)

Narrating the Arctic: A Cultural History of Nordic Scientific Practicesby Michael Bravo; Sverker Srlin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 364-365 (2004)

Gaston Bachelard: Critic of Science and the Imaginationby Cristina Chimisso
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(3): 366-367 (2004)

The Electronic Harvest
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 463-467 (2005)

When Science and Christianity Meetby David C. Lindberg; Ronald L. Numbers
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 469-471 (2005)

Electric Bodies: Episodes in the History of Medical Electricityby Paola Bertucci; Giuliano Pancaldi
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 474-475 (2005)

In the Grip of Disease: Studies in the Greek Imaginationby G. E. R. Lloyd
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 476-477 (2005)

The Shaping of Africa: Cosmographic Discourse and Cartographic Science in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europeby Francesc Relao
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 477-478 (2005)

Newton on Mathematics and Spiritual Purityby Ayval Leshem
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 479-480 (2005)

Henry Maudslay and the Pioneers of the Machine Ageby John Cantrell; Gillian Cookson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 483-484 (2005)

Frankenstein's Children: Electricity, Exhibition, and Experiment in Early-Nineteenth-Century Londonby Iwan Rhys Morus
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 484-485 (2005)

Companion to Medicine in the Twentieth Centuryby Roger Cooter; John Pickstone
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 490-491 (2005)

A Computer Called Leo: Lyons Teashops and the World's First Office Computerby Georgina Ferry
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 491-492 (2005)

How the Cows Turned Madby Maxime Schwartz; Edward Schneider
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 492-494 (2005)

From Genesis to Genetics: The Case of Evolution and Creationismby John A. Moore
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(4): 494-495 (2005)

From the Organism of a Body to the Body of an Organism: Occurrence and Meaning of the Word 'Organism' from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Centuries
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 319-339 (2006)

Mobile Objects: The Space of Shells in Eighteenth-Century France
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 363-382 (2006)

Things That Talk: Object Lessons from Art and Scienceby Lorraine Daston
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 436-437 (2006)

Patents in Historyby Anna Guagnini; Ian Inkster
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 438-439 (2006)

A History of Light and Colour Measurement: Science in the Shadowsby Sean F. Johnston
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 442-444 (2006)

Observation and Image-Making in Gothic Artby Jean A. Givens
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 444-445 (2006)

Antiquaries: The Discovery of the Past in Eighteenth-Century Britainby Rosemary Sweet
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 448-449 (2006)

Science and Polity in France: The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Yearsby Charles Coulston Gillispie
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 451-452 (2006)

Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientistsby Bernard Lightman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 454-456 (2006)

Science and Salvation: Evangelical Popular Science Publishing in Victorian Britainby Aileen Fyfe
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 458-459 (2006)

The Heretic in Darwin's Court: The Life of Alfred Russel Wallaceby Ross A. Slotten;An Elusive Victorian: The Evolution of Alfred Russel Wallaceby Martin Fichman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 461-462 (2006)

Love and Eugenics in the Late Nineteenth Century: Rational Reproduction and the New Womanby Angelique Richardson
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 464-466 (2006)

The Essential Turing: The Ideas That Gave Birth to the Computer Ageby B. Jack Copeland
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(3): 470-471 (2006)

Inhibition of Ultraviolet Radiation Mediated Extracellular Matrix Remodeling in Fibroblasts by Transforming Growth Factor-
, Bios 80(1): 20-24 (2009)

Plants and Empire: Colonial Bioprospecting in the Atlantic Worldby Londa Schiebinger;Atlantic History: Concepts and Contoursby Bernard Bailyn
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 588-590 (2006)

The Moral Authority of Natureby Lorraine Daston; Fernando Vital
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 595-596 (2006)

Suffering and Powerlessness: The Significance of Promoting Participation in Rights-Based Approaches to Health
, Health and Human Rights 11(1): 5-22 (2009)

Hiv/Aids in Cuba: A Rights-Based Analysis
, Health and Human Rights 11(1): 93-104 (2009)

Thing Knowledge: A Philosophy of Scientific Instrumentsby Davis Baird;Selectivity and Discord: Two Problems of Experimentby Allan Franklin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 598-599 (2006)

Inventing Temperature: Measurement and Scientific Progressby Hasok Chang
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 599-600 (2006)

Weights and Measures in Scotland: A European Perspectiveby R. D. Connor; A. D. Simpson; A. D. Morrison-Low
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 601-602 (2006)

The Body of the Artisan: Art and Experience in the Scientific Revolutionby Pamela H. Smith
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 607-609 (2006)

Flesh in the Age of Reason: How the Enlightenment Transformed the Way We See Our Bodies and Soulsby Roy Porter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 609-610 (2006)

When Physics Became Kingby Iwan Rhys Morus
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 610-611 (2006)

The Victorian Scientist: The Growth of a Professionby Jack Meadows
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 613-614 (2006)

Romantic Rocks, Aesthetic Geologyby Noah Heringman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 614-615 (2006)

The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sexby Charles Darwin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 615-617 (2006)

Herbert Spencer: The Intellectual Legacyby Greta Jones; Robert A. Peel;Darwinian Heresiesby Abigail Lustig; Robert J. Richards; Michael Ruse
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 617-619 (2006)

Karl Pearson: The Scientific Life in a Statistical Ageby Theodore M. Porter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 619-620 (2006)

The Morals of Measurement: Accuracy, Irony, and Trust in Late Victorian Electrical Practicesby Graeme J. N. Gooday
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(4): 621-622 (2006)

Examples and Experience: On the Uncertainty of Medicine
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 1-28 (2006)

The Cambridge History of Science. Volume 5: The Modern Physical and Mathematical Sciencesby Mary Jo Nye
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 123-125 (2006)

The Tests of Time: Readings in the Development of Physical Theoryby Lisa M. Dolling; Arthur F. Gianelli; Glenn N. Statile
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 125-126 (2006)

A History of Analysisby Hans Niels Jahnke
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 126-127 (2006)

Musa Musaei: Studies on Scientific Instruments and Collections in Honour of Mara Miniatiby Marco Beretta; Paolo Galluzzi; Carlo Triarco
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 127-128 (2006)

Sundials at Greenwich: A Catalogue of the Sundials, Horary Quadrants and Nocturnals in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwichby Hester Higton
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 129-130 (2006)

Midwiving Subjects in Shakespeare's Englandby Caroline Bicks
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 130-131 (2006)

The Cambridge Companion to Pascalby Nicholas Hammond
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 131-133 (2006)

ffentliche Wissenschaft. Elektrizitt in der deutschen Aufklrungby Oliver Hochadel
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 133-134 (2006)

Empire and the Sun: Victorian Solar Eclipse Expeditionsby Alex Soojung-Kim Pang
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 134-135 (2006)

Experiments, Models, Paper Tools: Cultures of Organic Chemistry in the Nineteenth Centuryby Ursula Klein
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 135-136 (2006)

From Passions to Emotions: The Creation of a Secular Psychological Categoryby Thomas Dixon
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 137-138 (2006)

Thomas Huxley: Making the 'Man of Science'by Paul White
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 138-140 (2006)

Eugenics in Australia: Striving for National Fitnessby Diana Wyndham
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 141-142 (2006)

A History of Cocaine: The Mystery of Coca Java and the Kew Plantby Steven B. Karch
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 143-144 (2006)

Reconsidering a Century of Flightby Roger D. Launius; Janet R. Daley Bednarek
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 145-146 (2006)

Science, Seeds and Cyborgs: Biotechnology and the Appropriation of Lifeby Finn Bowring
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 150-151 (2006)

Blood Evidence: How Dna Is Revolutionizing the Way We Solve Crimesby Henry C. Lee; Frank Tirnady
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(1): 152-153 (2006)

Historical Geographies of Science || Mathematics across Cultures: The History of Non-Western Mathematicsby Helaine Selin; Ubiratan d'Ambrosio
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 102-103 (2005)

Historical Geographies of Science || Science and Civilisation in China. Volume 6: Biology and Biological Technology. Part V: Fermentations and Food Scienceby H. T. Huang
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 103-104 (2005)

Historical Geographies of Science || An Annotated Census of Copernicus' "De revolutionibus" (Nuremberg, 1543 and Basel, 1566)by Owen Gingerich
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 104-105 (2005)

Historical Geographies of Science || Imagining the Unimaginable: The Poetics of Early Modern Astronomyby Ladina Bezzola Lambert
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 105-106 (2005)

Historical Geographies of Science || Geometrical Landscapes: The Voyages of Discovery and the Transformation of Mathematical Practiceby Amir R. Alexander
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 108-109 (2005)

Historical Geographies of Science || Calvet's Web: Enlightenment and the Republic of Letters in Eighteenth-Century Franceby L. W. B. Brockliss
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 109-110 (2005)

Historical Geographies of Science || The Natural History Museum: Nature's Treasurehouseby John Thackray; Bob Press
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 114-115 (2005)

Historical Geographies of Science || Histories of the Electron: The Birth of Micro-Physicsby Jed Z. Buchwald; Andrew Warwick
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 117-118 (2005)

Historical Geographies of Science || Madness: A Brief Historyby Roy Porter
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 120-121 (2005)

Historical Geographies of Science || Thomas Kuhn: A Philosophical History for Our Timesby Steve Fuller
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(1): 121-122 (2005)

Geological Movements
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 273-279 (2006)

Disease and the Modern World: 1500 to the Present Dayby Mark Harrison;The Cambridge Historical Dictionary of Diseaseby Kenneth F. Kiple
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 282-283 (2006)

Wissenspopularisierung. Konzepte der Wissensverbreitung im Wandelby Carsten Kretschmann
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 284-285 (2006)

Instruments of Translationby Catherine Eagleton; Jennifer Downes; Katherine Harloe; Boris Jardine; Nick Jardine; Adam Mosley;Instruments of Mysteryby Patrick Boner; Catherine Eagleton
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 286-287 (2006)

Science, Technology and Learning in the Ottoman Empire: Western Influence, Local Institutions and the Transfer of Knowledgeby Ekmeleddin Ihsanolu
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 287-288 (2006)

Bibliographie der alchemistischen Literatur. Band 1: Die alchemistischen Druckwerke von der Erfindung der Buchdruckerkunst bis zum Jahr 1690by Volker Fritz Brning
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 289-290 (2006)

The Instauratio Magna Part Ii: Novum Organum and Associated Textsby Francis Bacon; Graham Rees; Maria Wakely
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 290-291 (2006)

Lightning Man: The Accursed Life of Samuel F. B. Morseby Kenneth Silverman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 295-296 (2006)

Mary Somerville and the World of Scienceby Allan Chapman
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 297-298 (2006)

John Herschel's Cape Voyage: Private Science, Public Imagination and the Ambitions of Empireby Steven Ruskin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 298-299 (2006)

Imperial Hygiene: A Critical History of Colonialism, Nationalism and Public Healthby Alison Bashford
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 306-307 (2006)

Companion to Science in the Twentieth Centuryby John Krige; Dominique Pestre
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 307-308 (2006)

Tackling Transportby Helmuth Trischler; Stefan Zeilinger
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 308-309 (2006)

Bitter Sweet: Diabetes, Insulin, and the Transformation of Illnessby Chris Feudtner
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 309-310 (2006)

Jung and the Making of Modern Psychology: The Dream of a Scienceby Sonu Shamdasani
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 310-312 (2006)

Jerry Wiesner: Scientist, Statesman, Humanist: Memories and Memoirsby Walter A. Rosenblith
, The British Journal for the History of Science 39(2): 312-313 (2006)

Deconstructing the Bomb: Recent Perspectives on Nuclear History
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 455-464 (2004)

Cambridge Scientific Mindsby Peter Harman; Simon Mitton;The Cambridge Dictionary of Scientistsby David Millar; Ian Millar; John Millar; Margaret Millar
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 466-467 (2004)

The Science of Man in Ancient Greeceby Maria Michela Sassi; Paul Tucker
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 467-468 (2004)

Johannes de Tinemue's Redaction of Euclid's "Elements," the So-Called Adelard Iii Versionby H. L. L. Busard
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 468-469 (2004)

The Firework Book: Gunpowder in Medieval Germanyby Gerhard W. Kramer
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 469-470 (2004)

Religion, Reason and Nature in Early Modern Europeby Robert Crocker
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 470-471 (2004)

What Was Mechanical about Mechanics: The Concept of Force between Metaphysics and Mechanics from Newton to Lagrangeby J. Christiaan Boudri
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 473-474 (2004)

The Measure of All Things: The Seven-Year Odyssey That Transformed the Worldby Ken Alder
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 474-475 (2004)

The Great Exhibition of 1851: New Interdisciplinary Essaysby Louise Purbrick
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 478-479 (2004)

The Crystal Palace and the Great Exhibition: Art, Science and Productive Industry. A History of the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851by Hermione Hobhouse
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 479-480 (2004)

'Captain of All These Men of Death': The History of Tuberculosis in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Irelandby Greta Jones
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 481-482 (2004)

Victorian Relativity: Radical Thought and Scientific Discoveryby Christopher Herbert
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 482-483 (2004)

Singular Selves: Historical Issues and Contemporary Debates in Immunology/Dialogues entre soi: Questions historiques et dbats contemporains en immunologieby A. M. Moulin; A. Cambrosio
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 486-487 (2004)

Remarkable Mathematicians: From Euler to von Neumannby Ioan James
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 487-488 (2004)

Writing the History of Mathematics: Its Historical Developmentby Joseph W. Dauben; Christoph J. Scriba
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 488-489 (2004)

Earth, Air, Fire, Water: Humanistic Studies of the Environmentby Jill Ker Conway; Kenneth Keniston; Leo Marx
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 490-491 (2004)

Facing up: Science and Its Cultural Adversariesby Steven Weinberg
, The British Journal for the History of Science 37(4): 491-492 (2004)

Ways of Knowing: A New History of Science, Technology and Medicineby John V. Pickstone
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(3): 350-351 (2005)

The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Scienceby John L. Heilbron
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(3): 351-353 (2005)

The Animal/Human Boundary: Historical Perspectivesby Angela N. H. Creager; William Chester Jordan
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(3): 353-355 (2005)

History of Philosophy of Science: New Trends and Perspectivesby Michael Heidelberger; Friedrich Stadler
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(3): 355-356 (2005)

Episodes from the Early History of Astronomyby Asger Aaboe
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(3): 356-358 (2005)

Essays on Early Medieval Mathematics: The Latin Traditionby Menso Folkerts
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(3): 358-359 (2005)

The Ciphers of the Monks: A Forgotten Number-Notation of the Middle Agesby David A. King
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(3): 359-360 (2005)

De historia stirpium commentarii insignesby Leonhart Fuchs;De revolutionibus orbium coelestium libri Viby Nicolaus Copernicus;Siderius Nunciusby Galileo Galilei;Micrographiaby Robert Hooke;Experiments and Observations on Electricityby Benjamin Franklin
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(3): 361-362 (2005)

Newton's "Principia" for the Common Readerby S. Chandrasekhar
, The British Journal for the History of Science 38(3): 366-368 (2005)





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