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The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 9

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 9

The Correspondence, February 1865—December 1866

Letters Revealing the Increasing Scope of Tyndall’s Activities

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 11

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 11

The Correspondence, January 1869-February 1871

Letters Detailing Highly Productive and Wide-Ranging Research

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 12

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 12

The Correspondence, March 1871-May 1872
Imagining the Darwinian Revolution

Imagining the Darwinian Revolution

Historical Narratives of Evolution from the Nineteenth Century to the Present
Edited By Ian Hesketh
Psychic Investigators

Psychic Investigators

Anthropology, Modern Spiritualism, and Credible Witnessing in the Late Victorian Age
The Atomic Archipelago

The Atomic Archipelago

US Nuclear Submarines and Technopolitics of Risk in Cold War Italy
Ladies of Honor and Merit

Ladies of Honor and Merit

Gender, Useful Knowledge, and Politics in Enlightened Spain
Beyond the Lab and the Field

Beyond the Lab and the Field

Infrastructures as Places of Knowledge Production Since the Late Nineteenth Century

A selection of case studies that examine Infrastructures as places and occasions of knowledge production.

Forgotten Clones

Forgotten Clones

The Birth of Cloning and the Biological Revolution

Illuminates the Importance of the Early History of Cloning for the Biosciences

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 10

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 10

The Correspondence, January 1867–December 1868
The tenth volume of The Correspondence of John Tyndall spans from January 1867 to December 1868. It begins with Tyndall publicly enmeshed in a controversy that revealed his views on race, politics, and justifiable violence. Further pressure is exerted on him personally by the death of his mother Sarah, and the numerous ...
Ingenuity in the Making

Ingenuity in the Making

Matter and Technique in Early Modern Europe

Explores How Early Modern Europeans Experienced Ingenuity as Innate Powers of Matter, Crafty Technique, or a Maker’s Character

The Voice of Science

The Voice of Science

British Scientists on the Lecture Circuit in Gilded Age America

How Five Celebrity Scientists Used the Art of Public Speech to Advocate for Science as a Powerful Agent for Cultural Change

Imperial Bodies in London

Imperial Bodies in London

Empire, Mobility, and the Making of British Medicine, 1880–1914

How the Circulation of Tropical Bodies Changed Victorian Understandings of Race, Gender, Disease, and Climate

The Gray Zones of Medicine

The Gray Zones of Medicine

Healers and History in Latin America

A Relatable, Complex Examination of the History of Health and Healing in Latin America across Five Centuries

The Trinity Circle

The Trinity Circle

Anxiety, Intelligence, and Knowledge Creation in Nineteenth-Century England

Sheds New Light on the Stakes in the Conflict between Religion and the Sciences in the Age of Revolution and Reform

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