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Isis Current Bibliography

OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND ITS CULTURAL INFLUENCES

2008
EDITOR
STEPHEN P. WELDON

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SAMUEL A. SPENCE SYLWESTER RATOWT
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MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS
CHU PINGYI, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
DUAN YAOYONG, Chinese People's Armed Police Force Academy, PRC
JONATHON ERLEN, University of Pittsburgh, USA
MOON JOONG-YANG, Academy of Korean Studies, South Korea

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Jon Bergstrom Michael & Michelle John Gould Irving Kelter Sheila Counce Nicklas Andrea Rusnock Michael Wade
Alan Beyerchen Cunningham Monica Green Daniel & Lynn K. Nyhart & Paul Lucier Jessica Wang
Nikhil Bhattacharya Joseph W. Dauben Elizabeth Green Bettyann Kevles Brian W. Ogilvie H. Darrel Rutkin Joan Warnow-Blewett
Amy Bix Derek Davenport Musselman Peggy Kidwell Marilyn Ogilvie Ken Saito Ruth Wattenberg
John Blackmore John Dawson James Griesemer William Kimler Robert Olby Todd Savitt Eleanor Webster
Ann Blair Antonio De Andrade Anita Guerrini & Vernon N. Kisling Allan Olley Morton L. Schagrin Marjorie K. Webster
Patrick Boner Peter R. Dear Michael Osborne~ Martin Klein Ynez O’Neill Stefan Scherer Charles Weiner+
James J. Bono Luke Demaitre Stanley Guralnick David Kohn Naomi Oreskes Judith Johns Schloegel Stephen Weininger
Kennard B. Bork Michael Dennis Martin Gutzwiller Shigehisa Kuriyama Takushi Otani Robert & Mary-Peale Robert Weinstock
Michael Borut Dennis Des Chene Elizabeth Hachten Sachiko Kusukawa Laura Christine Otis Schofield Stephen Weldon
Daniel Bouk o David Devorkin Beth HaGath Marcel LaFollette Dorinda Outram Joop Schopman Kentwood Wells
Mary Ellen Bowden Ronald Doel Roger Hahn David Larrabee Brian Page Christoph Scriba Robert Westman
William Brice Arthur Donovan Ernst Hamm Shoshi Lavinghouse Leonello Paoloni Robert W. Seidel Karin E. Wetmore
David Brock Michael Dow Orit Halpern Jack Lesch Giuliano Pancaldi Jole R. Shackelford Matthew White
William Brock Richard Duschl Thomas Hankins Bruce V. Lewenstein Katherine Pandora Alan E. Shapiro Maurice Whitten
Thomas H. Broman William Eamon Caroline Hannaway Albert C. Lewis John Parascandola April Shelford Keren Wick
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Eve E. Buckley John H. Eddy Katherine David Lindberg* Reno Parker Ann Shteir L. Pearce &
Joshua Buhs M. Eddy Haramundanis Joshua Lipton Karen Parshall Robert Silliman Sylvia I. Williams
Juliet Burba T. Edis Jon M. Harkness Richard Littman Diane B. Paul Ruth Lewin Sime Thomas Word
Joe D. Burchfield Paul Edison & Jean Storlie Steven Livesey Philip J. Pauly Rivers Singleton Eri Yagi
Frederick Burkhardt Guy Emery Joseph E. Harmon Pamela Long Sharrona Pearl Patrick Slaney Toshihiro Yamada
Qiong Zhang
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Contents

Introduction v 136 Neurosciences . . . . . . . . . 39


137 Psychology; comparative psychology . . 39
Appendix: Specialized Journals in the History
of Science and Related Fields ix 140 Social sciences in general . . . . . . 40
141 Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Journal List xii 142 Cultural anthropology . . . . . . . 41
143 Economics . . . . . . . . . . 41
A. Tools for Historians of Science 1 145 Archaeology . . . . . . . . . . 41
1 General histories of science . . . . . 1 146 History as a discipline . . . . . . . 41
2 National contexts . . . . . . . . 4
3 Sources of information . . . . . . 4 150 Medical sciences in general . . . . . 42
4 Reference works . . . . . . . . 5 151 Psychiatry; medical psychology . . . . 45
5 Historiography; historical methods . . . 5 152 Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 46
6 The profession of history of science . . 6 153 Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . . 46
7 Historians of science . . . . . . . 7
160 Technology in general . . . . . . . 47
B. Theoretical Approaches to Understanding 161 Computer & information technologies . . 50
Science 9 163 Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 50
10 Philosophy of science . . . . . . . 9 164 Air & space technologies . . . . . . 50
11 Sociology & psychology of science . . 10
12 Linguistic & visual aspects of science . . 12 F. Classification by Geographical Area and
Cultural Influence 51
C. Thematic Approaches to the Study of Sci-
ence 14 200 Cultural & cross-cultural contexts . . 51
20 Science & society, general . . . . . 14 1. General histories of science . . . . . 51
21 Science & ethics . . . . . . . . 15 20. Science & society, general . . . . . 52
22 Science & politics, law, economics . . . 15 121. Geography; cartography; exploration . . 52
23 Science & the arts; science & literature . 17 123. Environmental sciences . . . . . . 52
27 Science & gender . . . . . . . . 18 150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 52
28 Science & religion . . . . . . . . 18 152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 52
29 Science & war . . . . . . . . . 20 153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 53
D. Aspects of Scientific Practice and Organiza- 210 Arabic-Islamic contexts . . . . . . 53
tion 21 41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 53
40 Scientific institutions . . . . . . . 21 42. Science education; educational institutions 53
41 Scientific instruments; measurement . . 21 102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 53
42 Science education; educational institutions 22 103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 53
43 Professional activities of scientists . . . 22
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 53
E. Disciplinary Classification 24 111. Astrology . . . . . . . . . . 54
112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 54
101 Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 24 114. Alchemy . . . . . . . . . . 54
102 Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . . 24 120. Earth & atmospheric sciences . . . . 54
103 Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . 24 131. Botany . . . . . . . . . . . 54
137. Psychology; comparative psychology . 54
110 Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 26 150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 54
111 Astrology . . . . . . . . . . . 27 153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 55
112 Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 27 160. Technology in general . . . . . . 55
113 Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . 28
114 Alchemy . . . . . . . . . . . 29 220 Byzantine contexts . . . . . . . 55
41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 55
120 Earth & atmospheric sciences . . . . 30 101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 55
121 Geography; cartography; exploration . . 31 110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 55
122 Natural history . . . . . . . . . 31 160. Technology in general . . . . . . 55
123 Environmental sciences . . . . . . 32
124 Paleontology . . . . . . . . . . 33 230 East Asian contexts . . . . . . . 55
1. General histories of science . . . . . 55
130 Biological sciences . . . . . . . . 34 5. Historiography; historical methods . . 56
131 Botany . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 20. Science & society, general . . . . . 56
132 Zoology; anatomy; physiology . . . . 35 23. Science & the arts; science & literature . 57
133 Heredity; genetics; evolution . . . . . 36 26. Science & race and ethnicity . . . . 57
134 Microbiology; molecular biology . . . 37 28. Science & religion . . . . . . . 57
135 Physical anthropology . . . . . . . 37 29. Science & war . . . . . . . . . 57
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41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 57 312 Ancient Greek & Roman contexts . . 67
42. Science education; educational institutions 57 1. General histories of science . . . . . 67
102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 57 12. Linguistic & visual aspects of science . 67
103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 57 23. Science & the arts; science & literature . 68
104. Music . . . . . . . . . . . 58 28. Science & religion . . . . . . . 68
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 58 41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 68
111. Astrology . . . . . . . . . . 59 101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 68
121. Geography; cartography; exploration . . 59 102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 68
122. Natural history . . . . . . . . . 59 103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 69
123. Environmental sciences . . . . . . 59 104. Music . . . . . . . . . . . 69
130. Biological sciences . . . . . . . 59 110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 69
131. Botany . . . . . . . . . . . 59 111. Astrology . . . . . . . . . . 70
150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 59 112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 70
151. Psychiatry; medical psychology . . . 60 113. Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . 71
152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 60 114. Alchemy . . . . . . . . . . 71
153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 60 120. Earth & atmospheric sciences . . . . 71
160. Technology in general . . . . . . 60 121. Geography; cartography; exploration . . 71
163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 61 130. Biological sciences . . . . . . . 71
133. Heredity; genetics; evolution . . . . 71
240 Indian contexts . . . . . . . . . 61 137. Psychology; comparative psychology . 71
1. General histories of science . . . . . 61 144. Linguistics . . . . . . . . . . 71
29. Science & war . . . . . . . . . 61 150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 71
103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 61 152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 72
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 61 153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 72
112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 62 160. Technology in general . . . . . . 72
113. Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . 62 163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 73
122. Natural history . . . . . . . . . 62
150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 62 320 Medieval Western European contexts . 73
152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 62 1. General histories of science . . . . . 73
153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 62 3. Sources of information . . . . . . 74
160. Technology in general . . . . . . 62 22. Science & politics, law, economics . . 74
26. Science & race and ethnicity . . . . 74
250 Jewish contexts . . . . . . . . . 63 28. Science & religion . . . . . . . 74
1. General histories of science . . . . . 63 29. Science & war . . . . . . . . . 75
101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 63 41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 75
102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 63 42. Science education; educational institutions 75
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 63 101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 75
111. Astrology . . . . . . . . . . 64 102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 75
112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 64 103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 79
133. Heredity; genetics; evolution . . . . 64 104. Music . . . . . . . . . . . 79
150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 64 110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 79
153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 64 111. Astrology . . . . . . . . . . 80
112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 80
260 Native American contexts . . . . . 64 114. Alchemy . . . . . . . . . . 81
101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 64 121. Geography; cartography; exploration . . 81
123. Environmental sciences . . . . . . 64 122. Natural history . . . . . . . . . 81
131. Botany . . . . . . . . . . . 81
270 African contexts . . . . . . . . 64 132. Zoology; anatomy; physiology . . . . 82
1. General histories of science . . . . . 64 135. Physical anthropology . . . . . . 82
22. Science & politics, law, economics . . 65 137. Psychology; comparative psychology . 82
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 65 144. Linguistics . . . . . . . . . . 82
150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 65 146. History as a discipline . . . . . . 82
151. Psychiatry; medical psychology . . . 65 150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 82
163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 65 151. Psychiatry; medical psychology . . . 83
152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 83
G. Chronological Classification 66 153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 84
160. Technology in general . . . . . . 84
300 Prehistory & early human societies . . 66
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 66 330 Renaissance Western European contexts 85
160. Technology in general . . . . . . 66 1. General histories of science . . . . . 85
2. National contexts . . . . . . . . 85
311 Ancient Near Eastern contexts . . . 66 3. Sources of information . . . . . . 86
103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 66 5. Historiography; historical methods . . 86
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 66 12. Linguistic & visual aspects of science . 86
111. Astrology . . . . . . . . . . 67 20. Science & society, general . . . . . 86
150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 67 22. Science & politics, law, economics . . 86
160. Technology in general . . . . . . 67 23. Science & the arts; science & literature . 86
163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 67 27. Science & gender . . . . . . . . 87
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28. Science & religion . . . . . . . 87 146. History as a discipline . . . . . . 110


41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 88 150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 110
42. Science education; educational institutions 88 153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 111
101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 88 160. Technology in general . . . . . . 112
102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 89 163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 112
103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 89
104. Music . . . . . . . . . . . 90 350 Eighteenth century . . . . . . . 112
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 90 1. General histories of science . . . . . 112
111. Astrology . . . . . . . . . . 90 2. National contexts . . . . . . . . 114
112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 91 12. Linguistic & visual aspects of science . 115
113. Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . 91 20. Science & society, general . . . . . 115
114. Alchemy . . . . . . . . . . 91 22. Science & politics, law, economics . . 115
120. Earth & atmospheric sciences . . . . 92 23. Science & the arts; science & literature . 115
121. Geography; cartography; exploration . . 92 27. Science & gender . . . . . . . . 116
122. Natural history . . . . . . . . . 92 28. Science & religion . . . . . . . 116
130. Biological sciences . . . . . . . 93 40. Scientific institutions . . . . . . . 116
131. Botany . . . . . . . . . . . 93 41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 117
132. Zoology; anatomy; physiology . . . . 93 42. Science education; educational institutions 117
135. Physical anthropology . . . . . . 94 43. Professional activities of scientists . . 117
136. Neurosciences . . . . . . . . . 94 101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 117
137. Psychology; comparative psychology . 94 102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 117
142. Cultural anthropology . . . . . . 94 103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 118
145. Archaeology . . . . . . . . . 94 110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 119
150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 94 112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 119
152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 96 113. Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . 120
153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 96 114. Alchemy . . . . . . . . . . 120
160. Technology in general . . . . . . 96 120. Earth & atmospheric sciences . . . . 121
161. Computer & information technologies . 97 121. Geography; cartography; exploration . . 121
163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 97 122. Natural history . . . . . . . . . 122
164. Air & space technologies . . . . . 97 123. Environmental sciences . . . . . . 122
124. Paleontology . . . . . . . . . 122
340 Seventeenth century . . . . . . . 97 130. Biological sciences . . . . . . . 122
1. General histories of science . . . . . 97 131. Botany . . . . . . . . . . . 123
3. Sources of information . . . . . . 98 132. Zoology; anatomy; physiology . . . . 124
11. Sociology & psychology of science . . 99 133. Heredity; genetics; evolution . . . . 124
12. Linguistic & visual aspects of science . 99 134. Microbiology; molecular biology . . . 124
20. Science & society, general . . . . . 99 135. Physical anthropology . . . . . . 124
22. Science & politics, law, economics . . 99 137. Psychology; comparative psychology . 124
23. Science & the arts; science & literature . 99 140. Social sciences in general . . . . . 124
27. Science & gender . . . . . . . . 100 141. Sociology . . . . . . . . . . 124
28. Science & religion . . . . . . . 100 142. Cultural anthropology . . . . . . 125
29. Science & war . . . . . . . . . 100 143. Economics . . . . . . . . . . 125
40. Scientific institutions . . . . . . . 100 146. History as a discipline . . . . . . 125
41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 101 150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 125
42. Science education; educational institutions 101 151. Psychiatry; medical psychology . . . 126
43. Professional activities of scientists . . 101 152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 127
101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 102 153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 127
102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 102 160. Technology in general . . . . . . 127
103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 104 161. Computer & information technologies . 128
104. Music . . . . . . . . . . . 105 163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 128
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 105
111. Astrology . . . . . . . . . . 106 360 Nineteenth century . . . . . . . 128
112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 106 1. General histories of science . . . . . 128
113. Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . 107 2. National contexts . . . . . . . . 130
114. Alchemy . . . . . . . . . . 107 3. Sources of information . . . . . . 130
120. Earth & atmospheric sciences . . . . 108 6. The profession of history of science . . 130
121. Geography; cartography; exploration . . 108 20. Science & society, general . . . . . 130
122. Natural history . . . . . . . . . 108 21. Science & ethics . . . . . . . . 131
123. Environmental sciences . . . . . . 108 22. Science & politics, law, economics . . 131
124. Paleontology . . . . . . . . . 109 23. Science & the arts; science & literature . 132
130. Biological sciences . . . . . . . 109 27. Science & gender . . . . . . . . 133
131. Botany . . . . . . . . . . . 109 28. Science & religion . . . . . . . 133
132. Zoology; anatomy; physiology . . . . 109 40. Scientific institutions . . . . . . . 134
135. Physical anthropology . . . . . . 109 41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 134
136. Neurosciences . . . . . . . . . 109 42. Science education; educational institutions 134
137. Psychology; comparative psychology . 109 43. Professional activities of scientists . . 135
140. Social sciences in general . . . . . 110 101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 135
143. Economics . . . . . . . . . . 110 102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 136
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103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 136 141. Sociology . . . . . . . . . . 194


104. Music . . . . . . . . . . . 139 142. Cultural anthropology . . . . . . 195
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 139 143. Economics . . . . . . . . . . 195
112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 140 144. Linguistics . . . . . . . . . . 195
113. Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . 141 145. Archaeology . . . . . . . . . 195
114. Alchemy . . . . . . . . . . 142 150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 195
120. Earth & atmospheric sciences . . . . 142 151. Psychiatry; medical psychology . . . 199
121. Geography; cartography; exploration . . 144 152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 201
122. Natural history . . . . . . . . . 144 153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 204
123. Environmental sciences . . . . . . 145 160. Technology in general . . . . . . 204
124. Paleontology . . . . . . . . . 146 161. Computer & information technologies . 208
130. Biological sciences . . . . . . . 146 163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 208
131. Botany . . . . . . . . . . . 147 164. Air & space technologies . . . . . 209
132. Zoology; anatomy; physiology . . . . 148
133. Heredity; genetics; evolution . . . . 149 375 Twentieth century after 1950 . . . . 210
134. Microbiology; molecular biology . . . 150 1. General histories of science . . . . . 210
135. Physical anthropology . . . . . . 151 2. National contexts . . . . . . . . 210
136. Neurosciences . . . . . . . . . 151 5. Historiography; historical methods . . 211
137. Psychology; comparative psychology . 152 12. Linguistic & visual aspects of science . 211
140. Social sciences in general . . . . . 153 20. Science & society, general . . . . . 211
141. Sociology . . . . . . . . . . 154 21. Science & ethics . . . . . . . . 211
142. Cultural anthropology . . . . . . 154 22. Science & politics, law, economics . . 211
144. Linguistics . . . . . . . . . . 155 23. Science & the arts; science & literature . 213
145. Archaeology . . . . . . . . . 155 26. Science & race and ethnicity . . . . 214
146. History as a discipline . . . . . . 156 27. Science & gender . . . . . . . . 214
150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 156 28. Science & religion . . . . . . . 214
151. Psychiatry; medical psychology . . . 161 29. Science & war . . . . . . . . . 214
152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 162 40. Scientific institutions . . . . . . . 214
153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 165 41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 215
160. Technology in general . . . . . . 165 42. Science education; educational institutions 215
161. Computer & information technologies . 168 101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 215
163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 169 102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 215
164. Air & space technologies . . . . . 169 103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 215
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 216
370 Twentieth century . . . . . . . . 169 112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 216
1. General histories of science . . . . . 169 113. Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . 217
2. National contexts . . . . . . . . 170 120. Earth & atmospheric sciences . . . . 217
20. Science & society, general . . . . . 171 122. Natural history . . . . . . . . . 218
21. Science & ethics . . . . . . . . 171 123. Environmental sciences . . . . . . 218
22. Science & politics, law, economics . . 171 130. Biological sciences . . . . . . . 219
23. Science & the arts; science & literature . 172 132. Zoology; anatomy; physiology . . . . 219
26. Science & race and ethnicity . . . . 172 133. Heredity; genetics; evolution . . . . 219
28. Science & religion . . . . . . . 172 134. Microbiology; molecular biology . . . 220
29. Science & war . . . . . . . . . 173 135. Physical anthropology . . . . . . 221
40. Scientific institutions . . . . . . . 173 136. Neurosciences . . . . . . . . . 221
41. Scientific instruments; measurement . . 174 137. Psychology; comparative psychology . 221
42. Science education; educational institutions 175 140. Social sciences in general . . . . . 222
43. Professional activities of scientists . . 175 141. Sociology . . . . . . . . . . 222
101. Occult sciences; magic . . . . . . 175 142. Cultural anthropology . . . . . . 222
102. Philosophy; history of ideas . . . . 176 143. Economics . . . . . . . . . . 222
103. Mathematics . . . . . . . . . 176 150. Medical sciences in general . . . . . 222
110. Astronomy; cosmology . . . . . . 177 151. Psychiatry; medical psychology . . . 224
112. Physics; exact sciences in general . . . 178 152. Health; nutrition; public health . . . . 225
113. Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . 182 153. Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . 226
120. Earth & atmospheric sciences . . . . 183 160. Technology in general . . . . . . 226
121. Geography; cartography; exploration . . 183 161. Computer & information technologies . 228
122. Natural history . . . . . . . . . 184 163. Agricultural sciences . . . . . . . 230
123. Environmental sciences . . . . . . 184 164. Air & space technologies . . . . . 231
124. Paleontology . . . . . . . . . 185
130. Biological sciences . . . . . . . 185 Book Reviews 233
131. Botany . . . . . . . . . . . 186
Author Index 267
132. Zoology; anatomy; physiology . . . . 186
133. Heredity; genetics; evolution . . . . 187 Subject Index 295
134. Microbiology; molecular biology . . . 188
135. Physical anthropology . . . . . . 189
136. Neurosciences . . . . . . . . . 191
137. Psychology; comparative psychology . 191
140. Social sciences in general . . . . . 193
Introduction

The Isis Current Bibliography of the History In terms of actual numbers, I find that nearly
of Science was begun in 1913 by the historian of seventy-five percent of the classified content
science George Sarton as part of his new journal this year comes from works published within
Isis. It seeks to provide, each year, a compre- the last three years, and a full forty percent
hensive survey of the most recent work done in comes from works published in 2007. Only
the history of science and allied fields. It covers nine percent comes from sources older than five
all time periods and all disciplines and strives to years.
be truly international in scope. Below, readers Some readers have asked me how I go
will find information on the use and structure of about finding the material for the bibliogra-
the bibliography as well as directions for access phy. The two types of literature—books and
to the HSTM database, which includes this bib- journals—present somewhat distinct prob-
liography, and to other bibliographic sources in lems. My main sources for book citation are
the history of science and related fields. the Books Received lists of Isis, the book re-
As with all such projects, there are limita- view sections of journals that I scan, and the
tions, and certain fields of study are not fully publishers catalogs (both print and online ver-
covered. In addition, the many journals that are sions) of those companies that consistently pub-
peripheral to our field cannot be surveyed each lish in our field (primarily university presses
year. There is sometimes a longer lag time for and other academic publishers). In addition,
works published in those forums, as well as for people send me notices of their own work,
works published by presses outside of North via email or the Isis CB website submission
America because access is often more difficult. page (http://www.ou.edu/cas/hsci/isis/
Individual contributions are always welcome. website/isis_cb/submissions.html). The
most difficult kind of citation to find is the
New in 2008 chapter in a book that does not have an ex-
plicitly history of science focus. If you have
Some of my correspondence in recent years published or read an article in a book of this
has made it clear that I should explain how I sort that should be listed, please contact me.
find new material and determine what goes in As for the journals, I have identified a list of
the bibliography each year. Doing so should 120 journals that are primarily devoted to the
give readers a better sense of what is indexed study of history of science broadly construed
within, and—I hope—nudge you to send me (which includes some journals in the history
items that belong here. of technology and medicine and related fields
The Isis “CB” covers recent work in our such as philosophy of science and science stud-
field, but how recent? As you go through this ies). The list is an impressive testament to the
year’s bibliography, you will find citations to vibrancy of our field, and I have appended this
some works that were published as far back as list to the end of this introduction for interested
2000. There are two reasons for this. First, readers. If you find journals missing from this
for several years after I began in 2002, I was list, please let me know. Some of these journals
actively working to fill in gaps that had arisen only publish irregularly and others are hard for
during the transition. Even this past year, my me to get access to, so I have not been able
assistants and I were scanning back issues of to keep up to date with each of these journals;
some key journals that had been neglected. nevertheless, nearly half of them are complete
Second, there will always be old, yet signif- through the end of 2007, many on into 2008.
icant, items that I belatedly discover; and in In addition to this list of specialized journals, I
those cases, since this bibliography seeks to be scan many other journals for historical articles.
a cumulative record of literature in our field, I If you have published an article in a journal
include them. As for the other end of the time that is not among the specialized journals listed
spectrum, the most recently published items, in the appendix, then please notify me of the
the current year’s bibliography usually contains publication. This year citations include items
material published only up through the first half from about 185 journals.
of the year that it comes out. New journals arise each year, and some-
vi Introduction

times, it takes a few years for me to find Book reviews. In the book review section,
them. This year I have entries for the first reviews are listed alphabetically by author or
time for four relatively new journals in our editor of the book. In the author index, they are
field: East Asian Science, Technology, and listed under the author of the review, but not
Society published in English by the National author of the book.
Science Council, Taiwan (see their website Dissertations. Dissertations cited from Dis-
http://sts.nthu.edu.tw/easts/); Circum- sertation Abstracts International have been en-
scribire: International Journal for the History tered from the information in the electronic
of Science, an entirely online journal published database UMI ProQuest Dissertation and The-
by the Center Simão Mathias for Studies in ses, which is a subscription database accessi-
the History of Science with articles in English, ble through Proquest at the following website:
Spanish, Portuguese, and French (see http:// http://wwwlib.umi.com/dissertations/
revistas.pucsp.br/index.php/circumhc/ gateway.
index); Azogue: Revista Electrónica dedicada Source notes. In book records, some descrip-
al Estudio Histórico-Crı́tico de la Alquimia, tions or contents lists are marked as “from
another e-journal published since 1999 in Span- WorldCat.” This means that the informa-
ish (see http://www.revistaazogue.com/); tion came directly from the OCLC World-
and Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity, Cat database (see http://www.oclc.org/
now in its third year, published by Brill (see worldcat/) and not from the book itself.
http://www.brill.nl/asme). In addition to Where a description states “from the publisher,”
these, several more have come to my attention this means that it was taken from the publisher’s
just in the last few weeks. I’ve included those website or from its printed catalog.
that I know of in the appendix. All in all, I Electronic publication conventions. Where
count over fifteen journals in our field that have there are both electronic and print forms of a
started up within the last 10 years. journal record, the entry does not indicate which
version was used to check the citation. Where
Usage Notes only an electronic form exists, electronic access
information is given for the article. In some
Naming conventions. Family names are in cases, the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) num-
small caps throughout the bibliography. Ar- ber of an the item is listed. DOI numbers are
ticles such as von, de, and della are usually unique for all digitally published works. Works
not considered to be part of the last name, but with a DOI can be located through the internet
this varies by person, country, and language. at the following url: http://www.doi.org/.
Asian names in Asian publications are often Readers should note that access to e-published
given in reverse Western order. Alphabetization articles often requires a subscription or a fee.
is by last name of the individual with primary Many libraries will have such subscriptions but
responsibility for the text. this varies widely.
Cross-referencing. Cross-references are
indicated with [ref.] throughout. Cross- General Note on Classification
references to book reviews are identified by an
R before the number, and refer to items in the The current Isis classification system for
book review section that follows the classified works in the history of science is a two-level
listing. hierarchy. It emphasizes time period and dis-
Indexing of author names. In some instances cipline, and the bulk of the bibliography is
an item will appear twice, once alone and once found in section G. Section F deals with ge-
as part of an encompassing work (such as a ographically based cultural traditions. It is
chapter in an edited volume). In those instances, designed for subjects that are either not part
the author index lists only the the independent of the Western scientific tradition or, as in the
citation. case of Islamic science, often studied apart
Subject index. The terminology used in the from the Western historical tradition. Section E
subject index corresponds as closely as possi- holds items classified by discipline that do not
ble to terminology already in use either in the fit into the narrower chronological or cultural
old Isis classification system or in one of the sections. Sections A through D accommodate
companion bibliographies in the History of Sci- works either that are very general, that focus on
ence, Technology, and Medicine database (see non-disciplinary topics, or that have a specific
below). New subject index terms are drawn analytical framework.
from the Library of Congress where possible. Items whose subjects are confined to a partic-
Entirely new terminology is added at the dis- ular chronological period in the Western scien-
cretion of the bibliographer. tific tradition will be found in that time period.
Introduction vii

Where a subject stretches between two periods, to help them with their searches; in addition
the item will be in the earlier period. Where they should try variations of terms and alter-
a subject encompasses more than two chrono- natives. Information about classification and
logical periods, the item will be placed in the indexing can be accessed and downloaded on-
topical or disciplinary category in the first part line as well through the Isis CB website http:
of the bibliography. //www.ou.edu/cas/hsci/isis/website/.
Where an item covers two disciplinary fields,
it will probably be classified in one of the two Other Bibliographic Sources
fields. Items covering three or more widely
disparate fields will usually be classified in a There exist numerous specialized bibliogra-
non-disciplinary category. phies dealing with the history of science. To
All items are entered only once. Because find them, search this and previous issues of
most works could easily be classified in more the Isis Current Bibliography. In addition to
than one subject area, it is impossible for each these singly published bibliographies, there are
classification division to contain a comprehen- annual publications in various fields that read-
sive list of all works relevant to that subject. ers should consult, many of which are available
Users should consult the subject index for a through the internet. Below is a short and in-
thorough coverage of topics. complete list.
For a more detailed description of this sys- A recent free internet site that might be
tem, see the introduction to this bibliography in of use for general searches is WorldCat.org,
volume 93 (2002): pp. vii–viii. hosted by OCLC, which provides citations for
books held in libraries worldwide. Accessible
HistSciTechMed Database at http://www.worldcat.org/.
The Bibliografia Italiana di Storia della
Online access to the Isis Current Bibli- Scienza is annually updated and has special
ography data is through the History of Sci- strengths in Italian language sources. Their
ence, Technology, and Medicine database web site gives access to a searchable ver-
(HistSciTechMed, formerly HSTM). It is sion of their database in either Italian or En-
hosted by OCLC and available through its First- glish, and has links to other useful resources.
Search platform. HistSciTechMed contains all (See http://galileo.imss.firenze.it/
of the data from the Isis bibliographies from biblio/ebiss.html.)
1974 to the present. In addition, it contains There is a periodically updated list of
data from three other bibliographies: the Cur- current works on Islamic science in the Is-
rent Bibliography in the History of Technology, lamic Science Newsletter available online at
containing entries from 1987 to the present; http://islamsci.mcgill.ca/. The Sci-
the Bibliografia Italiana di Storia della Scienza entific Instrument Commission has an online
(BISS) from 1982 to the present; and data from bibliography of over 3,000 works at http://
the Wellcome Bibliography for the History of www.sic.iuhps.org/in_bibrm.htm. There
Medicine from 1991 to 2004, supplemented are also two serially published bibliographies
regularly with monograph citations supplied of note: The “Abstracts” section in each issue of
by the Wellcome Library for the History and Historia Mathematica by Glen Van Brummelen
Understanding of Medicine. is an excellent annotated bibliography for the
HistSciTechMed can be accessed through history of mathematics.
libraries or institutions with a subscription to Also, the “Bibliography of the History of
the service or by individuals who are mem- Australian Science” compiled by J. Horacek
bers of the History of Science Society. For in each volume of Historical Records of Aus-
individual member access, go to the HSS web tralian Science provides important references
site http://www.hssonline.org/teaching/ to Australian scientific history. In addition,
teaching_database.html, click on the link, readers should be aware of the Bright Sparcs
and login using the member username and pass- website (http://www.asap.unimelb.edu.
word printed in the most current History of au/bsparcs/), which includes biographical
Science Society Newsletter. information as well as references to archival
Searching the HistSciTechMed database. Be- and bibliographical materials for Australians
cause HistSciTechMed contains data compiled involved in the development of the sciences,
by several independent bibliographers, no rigid technology, and medicine. An especially large
terminological standard for indexing exists— bibliography on American science can be down-
only a loose set of conventions. Researchers loaded from http://home.earthlink.net/
using the HistSciTechMed database might find ˜claelliott/ which is maintained by Clark
it useful to use the subject index in this volume Elliott.
viii Introduction

Finally, there is an important list of inter- much appreciate Stella Stuart’s periodic help on
net links to resources in the history of science small projects and cleaning up odds and ends as
worldwide from the World History of Science needed.
Online website (see http://www.dhst-whso. This bibliography would not be possible
org/. This site is supported by the Interna- without the twin support of the History of Sci-
tional Union of History and Philosophy of ence Society and the University of Oklahoma.
Science/Division of History of Science and Especially important to mention are the many
Technology (IUHPS/DHST). people who have given generously to financially
The Isis Bibliography website (http: support this project, and their contributions are
//www.ou.edu/cas/hsci/isis/website/) recognized in the HSS Bibliographer’s Fund
has links to these online resources and provides announcement at the front of this volume.
general information about the bibliography, its Finally, this fall I was given a sabbatical
purpose, history, and ways of contributing to leave from my regular duties at the Univer-
the project. The bibliographer welcomes com- sity of Oklahoma and have spent the last few
ments and suggestions as well as notice of new months in Tsubata, Japan, where I have super-
publications for inclusion in future issues. vised the production of the bibliography from
a distance. Even a decade ago, it would have
Acknowledgements been unthinkable to try to edit the bibliography
for four months, including the six weeks of pro-
I want to thank those individuals who have duction, while living in Japan and supervising
corresponded with me over the past year. If you staff in Oklahoma. Today, the full resources
don’t see all of the citations that you sent to me, of the internet alongside relatively inexpensive
it may be that we have not yet had a chance communication technologies have made such a
to fully proofread the entries. In most cases, thing possible. I appreciate the extra arrange-
these entries will appear next year. Emanuela ments that various people made in order for this
Appetiti, Lawrence S. Larsen, Ingo Schlupp, to work. In addition to my two regular gradu-
and Rienk Vermij helped with foreign language ate assistants, I must also recognize the help of
proofing. Steven Livesey has annually provided Kate Sheppard who has provided experienced
help with locating hard-to-find medieval cita- leadership during my absence and Sandy Jenk-
tions. I am fortunate to have an active panel ins who graciously volunteered his services
of contributors and an extremely helpful ad- before I left Norman. Weekly conference calls
visory board. The graduate students in the kept me in close touch with everyone. Finally,
History of Science Department at the Univer- I was given an office and access to the friendly
sity of Oklahoma provide the daily support for and helpful staff at the Kanazawa Institute of
this project. One of the most enjoyable parts Technology; Jun Fudano deserves my sincerest
of my job as bibliographer is my weekly in- thanks for making this possible. The whole
teraction with these new historians of science experience, though it took extra work, proved
who bring a fresh perspective and great enthu- to be quite successful.
siasm to the field. This year my assistants have
been Sam Spence, Kim Rudolph, Sylwester Stephen P. Weldon
Ratowt, Lisa Torres, and Jackie Brazeal. I also Tsubata, Japan

Information for Contributors

Scholars publishing or knowing of articles pertinent to the scope of the CB should notify the Isis
Current Bibliography office: Send all contributions to Stephen P. Weldon, Department of History of
Science, 601 Elm St., Room 618, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma 73019–3106; email:
isiscb@ou.edu; web page: http://www.ou.edu/cas/hsci/isis/website/. For those wishing
to contribute an entry or entries, please send as much information about the items as possible. Use
the entries in this bibliography to guide you. Descriptive remarks are encouraged but should be kept
to about fifty words.
Appendix: Specialized Journals in the History of Science and Related
Fields

This list focuses on currently published journals in the history of science, but it also includes journals
in related fields, such as the history of technology and medicine as well as the philosophy and
social studies of science, technology, and medicine. These journals represent major peer-reviewed
publications of record in this field. Readers should note that a number of journals on this list have
not been scanned recently, but that it is the intention to do so in the near future.
Readers wishing to find out whether articles from journals on this list have been cited in this
bibliography should turn to the longer jourals list following this appendix, where an asterisk indicates
at least one citation appears from the journal this year.

Acta Historiae Rerum Naturalium necnon Technicarum


Aestimatio
Aleph: Historical Studies in Science and Judaism
Ambix
Analecta: Studia i Materialy z Dziejów Nauki
IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
Annals of Science
Apeiron
Arabic Sciences and Philosophy
Archive for History of Exact Sciences
Archives Internationales d’histoire des Sciences
Archives of Natural History
Archaeoastronomy: The Journal of Astronomy in Culture
Asclepio
Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity
Azogue
Beiträge zur Geschichte der Geophysik und Kosmischen Physik
Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Bollettino di Storia delle Scienze Matematiche
British Journal for the History of Science
British Society for the History of Mathematics Bulletin
Bulletin of the History of Archaeology
Bulletin for the History of Chemistry
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society
Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadien d’Historie de la Medecine
Centaurus
Chemical Heritage
Chinese Journal for the History of Science and Technology
Circumscribere: International Journal for the History of Science
Configurations
Cronos
Culture and Cosmos
Dynamis
Early Science and Medicine
Earth Sciences History
East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal
East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine
Endeavour
Environmental History
Foundations of Chemistry
Gesnerus
x Appendix: History of Science Journals

Gewina
History and Technology
History of the Human Sciences
Historia Mathematica
History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences
History of Psychiatry
History of Psychology
Historical Records of Australian Science
History of Science
Histoire des Sciences Médicales
Historia Scientiarum
Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences
Imago Mundi
Indian Journal of History of Science
Isis
Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage
Journal for the History of Astronomy
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences
Journal of the History of Biology
Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
Journal of the History of the Neurosciences
Kagakushi Kenkyu (History of Chemistry)
Kagakusi Kenkyu (History of Science)
Korot
Kwartalnik Historii Nauki i Techniki
Llull
Lychnos
História, Ciências, Saúde—Manguinhos
Medizin, Gesellschaft, und Geschichte
Medical History
Medizinhistorisches Journal
Metascience
MHNH (Revista Internacional de Investigación sobre Magia y Astrologı́a Antiguas)
Micrologus
Mitteilungen
Monografie z Dziejow Nauki i Techniki
Neusis
Noesis
Notes and Records of the Royal Society
NTM
Nuncius
Organon
Osiris
Perspectives on Science
Pharmacy in History
Philosophia Naturalis
Physics in Perspective
Physis
Polhem
Public Understanding of Science
Quaderns d’Història de l’Enginyeria
Revue d’histoire des mathématiques
Revue d’Histoire de la Pharmacie
Revue d’Histoire des Sciences
Revue des Questions Scientifiques
Rittenhouse
Saber y Tiempo
Scientia Canadensis
Science in Context
Science as Culture
Science, Technology and Human Values
Appendix: History of Science Journals xi

Sciamvs
Social History of Medicine
Social Studies of Science
Studies in History of Medicine and Science
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and
Biomedical Sciences
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics
Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science
Sudhoffs Archiv
Suhayl
Technology and Culture
Technikgeschichte
Transactions of the Newcomen Society
Voprosy istorii estestvoznaniia i tekhniki
Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Arabisch-Islamischen Wissenschaften
Zhongguo Keji Shiliao (China Historical Materials of Science and Technology)
Ziran Kexueshi Yanjiu (Studies in the History of Natural Sciences)
Journal List

The list of journal abbreviations below is a cumulative list that includes journals cited in past
volumes of this bibliography. The asterisks indicate that a journal is cited this year.

Abaco Abaco (0213-6252) Amer. Sch. American Scholar


Achad. Leonardi Vinci Achademia Leonardi Vinci Amer. Scient. American Scientist (0003-0996)
Acta Bot. Neerlandica Acta Botanica Neerlaudica Amer. Sociol. American Sociologist
Acta Comeniana Acta Comeniana: Archiv pro Amer. Sociol. Rev. American Sociological Review
Bádáni o Zivote dı́le Jana Amose Komenského *Amer. Stud. American Studies
Acta Geod. Geophys. Hung. Acta Geodaetica et Amer. Stud. Internat. American Studies International
Geophysica Hungarica (1217-8977) Americas Americas (0003-1615)
Acta Hist. Astron. Acta Historica Astronomiae Analecta Analecta: Studia i Materialy z Dziejów
(1422-8521) Nauki (1230-1159)
Acta Hist. Rerum Nat. Tech. Acta Historiae Rerum Ancient Phil. Ancient Philosophy (0740-2007)
Naturalium necnon Technicarum (1211-958X) Ancient World Ancient World
Acta Musei Morav. Supp. Acta Musei Moraviae. Angewan. Chem. Angewandte Chemie (0044-8249)
Supplementum: Folai Mendeliana (0085-0748) Angewan. Chem. Int. Ed. Angewandte Chemie
International Edition (0721-4227)
Acta Phil. Acta Philosophica (1121-2179)
Anglo-Saxon Engl. Anglo-Saxon England
*Aestimatio Aestimatio (1549-4497)
Ann. Amer. Acad. Polit. Soc. Sci. Annals of the
Agr. Hist. Agricultural History (0002-1482) American Academy of Political and Social
Air Power Hist. Air Power History (1044-016X) Science (0002-7162)
al-Qant.ara al-Qant.ara (0211-3589) Ann. Assoc. Amer. Geogr. Annals of the Association
Alabama Rev. Alabama Review of American Geographers
Albion Albion (0095-1390) Ann. Bourgogne Annales de Bourgogne
*Aleph Aleph: Historical Studies in Science and Ann. Carnegie Mus. Annals of Carnegie Museum
Judaism (1565-1525) (0097-4463)
Allg. Z. Phil. Allgemeine Zeitschrift für Philosophie Ann. Démogr. Hist. Annales de Démographie
*Ambix Ambix (0002-6980) Historique
Amer. Anthropol. American Anthropologist *Ann. Hist. Comput. IEEE Annals of the History of
Computing (1058-6180)
Amer. Antiq. American Antiquity (0002-7316)
Ann. Hist. Revol. Fran. Annales historiques de la
Amer. Behav. Sci. American Behavioral Scientist Révolution française (0003-4436)
Amer. Cath. Phil. Quart. American Catholic Ann. Iowa Annals of Iowa
Philosophical Quarterly (1051-3558) Ann. Ist. Ital. Stud. Stor. Annali dell’Istituto Italiano
*Amer. Hist. Rev. American Historical Review per gli Studi Storici
(0002-8762) Ann. Midi Annales du Midi (0003-4398)
Amer. Imago American Imago (0065-860X) Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. Annals of the New York
Amer. Ind. Cult. Res. J. American Indian Culture and Academy of Sciences (0077-8923)
Research Journal (0161-6463) Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien Annalen des
Amer. Ind. Quart. American Indian Quarterly Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien
Amer. J. Archaeol. American Journal of Archaeology Ann. Physik Annalen der Physik (0003-3804)
Amer. J. Philol. American Journal of Philology Ann. Psychol. Année Psychologique (0003-5033)
(0002-9475) *Ann. Sci. Annals of Science (0003-3790)
Amer. J. Phys. American Journal of Physics Ann. Sociol. L’Année Sociologique
(0002-9505) *Ann. Stor. Univ. Ital. Annali di storia delle
Amer. J. Psychol. American Journal of Psychology università italiane (1127-8250)
Amer. J. Sociol. American Journal of Sociology *Ann. Univ. Ferrara Fil. Annali dell’Università di
(0002-9602) Ferrara. Sezione 3, Filosofia. Discussion papers
Amer. Jewish Hist. American Jewish History Annales Annales. Histoire, sciences sociales
(0164-0178) (0395-2649)
Annales historiques de l’électricité
Amer. Lit. Hist. American Literary History
(0896-7148) Annu. Rev. Anthropol. Annual Review of
Anthropology
Amer. Math. Mon. American Mathematical Monthly
Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. Annual Review of
Amer. Neptune American Neptune (0003-0155) Phytopathology
Amer. Paleon. American Paleontologist (1066-8772) Annu. Rev. Sociol. Annual Review of Sociology
Amer. Phil. Quart. American Philosophical Quarterly Anthropos Anthropos: Revista de Documentación
Amer. Psychol. American Psychologist Cientifica de la Culturade
Amer. Quart. American Quarterly Anthropozoologica Anthropozoologica (0761-3032)
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Antike Naturwiss. Rezept. Antike Naturwissenschaft Astron. Nachricht. Astronomische Nachrichten


und Ihre Rezeption (0942-0398) (0004-6337)
Antiq. Horology Antiquarian Horology and the Astrophy. & Space Sci. Astrophysics and Space
Proceedings of the Antiquarian Horological Science (0004-640X)
Society (0003-5785) Atene Roma Atene e Roma: Rassegna Trimestrale
Antiquité Cl. Antiquité Classique dell’Associazione ltaliana di Cultura Classica
Antiquity Antiquity (0003-598X) *ATQ ATQ (1078-3377)
ANZ J. Surg. ANZ Journal of Surgery Atti Accad. Rover. Agiati Contr. Cl. Sci. Mat. Fis.
Apeiron Apeiron (0003-6390) Nat. Atti della Accademia Roveretana degli
Agiati, Contributi della Classe di Scienze
Appl. Spectro. Applied Spectroscopy (0003-7028)
Matematiche, Fisiche e Naturali
APS News APS News (1058-8132) Atti Accad. Rover. Agiati Fasc. A Accademia
*Arab. Sci. Phil. Arabic Sciences and Philosophy Roveretana degli Agiati. Atti. Fasc. A: Classe di
(0957-4239) Scienze Umane, Lettere ed Arti (1122-6064)
Arbor Arbor: Ciencia, Pensamiento y Cultura Atti Accad. Sci. Torino Cl. Sci. Mor. Stor. Filol. Atti
Arch. Begriffsgesch. Archiv für Begriffsgeschichte della Accademia delle Scienza di Torino, Classe di
Arch. Eur. Sociol. Archives Européennes de Scienze Morali, Storiche e Filologiche
Sociologie Atti Ist. Veneto Sci. Lett. Arti Cl. Sci. Fis. Mat. Nat.
*Arch. Franciscanum Hist. Archivum Franciscanum Atti dell’ Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed
Historicum (0004-0665) Atti, Classe di Scienze Fische, Matematiche e
Arch. Gesch. Phil. Archiv für Geschichte der Naturali
Philosophie (0003-9101) Atti Mem. Accad. Naz. Sci. Lett. Arti Modena Atti e
*Arch. Hist. Doct. Litt. Moyen Age Archives Memorie, Accademia Nazionale di Scienze,
d’Histoire Doctrinale et Littéraire du Moyen Âge Lettere e Atti Modena
(0373-5478) Atti Mem. Accad. Patavina Sci. Lett. Arti Cl. Sci.
Mat. Natur. Atti e Memorie dell’Accademia
*Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. Archive for History of Exact
Patavina di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, Classe di
Sciences (0003-9519)
Scienze Matematiche e Naturali
Arch. Hist. Filozof. Myśli Społechnej Archiwum Aurora Aurora: Jahrbuch der
Historii Filozofii i Myśli Społechnej (0066-6874) Eichendorff-Gesellschaft
*Arch. Int. Hist. Sci. Archives Internationales Aust. J. Pol. Hist. Australian Journal of Politics and
d’histoire des Sciences (0003-9810) History (0004-9522)
Arch. Kulturgesch. Archiv für Kulturgeschichte Austral. Hist. Stud. Australian Historical Studies
*Arch. Natur. Hist. Archives of Natural History (1031-461X)
(0260-9541) Austral. J. Bot. Australian Journal of Botany
Arch. Phil. (Paris) Archives de Philosophie (0067-1924)
Arch. Reformationsgesch. Archiv für Australas. J. Australasian Journal of Philosophy
Reformationsgeschichte Auto/Biogr. Studies Auto/Biography Studies
Arch. Sci. Comp. Rendu Seances Soc. Phys. Hist. *Azogue Azogue (1575-8184)
Nat. Geneve Archives des Sciences et Compte Behavior. Behaviorology (1047-8663)
Rendu des Seances de la Societe de Physique et Beit. Gesch. Geophy. Kos. Phys. Beiträge zur
d’Histoire Naturelle de Geneve (0252-9289) Geschichte der Geophysik und Kosmischen Physik
Arch. Sci. Soc. Relig. Archives de Sciences Sociales (1615-2628)
des Religions *Ber. Wissenschaftsgesch. Berichte zur
Arch. Stor. Province Napoletane Archivio Storico per Wissenschaftsgeschichte (0170-6233)
le Province Napoletane (0392-0267) Berkeley Papers Hist. Sci. Berkeley Papers in History
Arch. Trentino Archivio Trentino of Science (0145-0379)
Archaeoastronomy Archeoastronomy (Supplement to Bibl. École Chartes Bibliothèque de l’École des
Journal for the History of Astronomy) (0142-7253) Chartes (0373-6237)
Archaeoastronomy J. Astro. Cult. *Bibl. Hum. Renaiss. Bibliothèque d’humanisme et
Archaeoastronomy: The Journal of Astronomy in renaissance. Travaux et documents (0006-1999)
Culture (0190-9940) Bibliofilla La Bibliofilla: Rivista di Storia del Libro e
Archaeometry Archaeometry (0003-813X) di Bibliografia
Architect. Hist. Architectural History (0066-622X) Biogr. Mem. Fellows Royal Soc. Biographical
*Archiwum Hist. Filozofii Med. Archiwum Historii i Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society
Filozofii Medycyny (0080-4606)
Arctos Arctos: Acta Philologica Fennica Biogr. Mem. Nat. Acad. Sci. Biographical Memoirs
of the National Academy of Sciences
Arkansas Hist. Quart. Arkansas Historical Quarterly
*Biol. & Phil. Biology and Philosophy (0169-3867)
Arms Arm. Soc. J. Arms and Armour Society Journal
Biol. Rev. Publ. Cambridge Phil. Sci. Biological
(0004-2439)
Reviews Published for the Cambridge
Art Bull. Art Bulletin Philosophical Society
Arte Medievale Arte Medievale (0393-7267) Biometrika Biometrika
*Asclepio Asclepio (0210-4466) BKI Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land-, en Volkenkunde
*Asian Med. Asian Medicine: Tradition and Boll. Soc. Stud. Fiorentini Bollettino della Società di
Modernity (1573-420X) Studi Fiorentini
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Boll. Stor. Sci. Mat. Bollettino di Storia delle Scienze Bull. Soc. Etud. Sci. Archeol. Draguignan Du Var
Matematiche (0392-4432) Bulletin de la Société d’Etudes Scientifiques et
Book Hist. Book History (1098-7371) Archeologiques de Draguignan et Du Var
Boston Stud. Phil. Sci. Boston Studies in the Bus. Econ. Hist. Business and Economic History
Philosophy of Science Bus. Hist. Business History
Bot. Rev. Botanical Review Bus. Hist. Rev. Business History Review
Brentano Stud. Brentano Studien (0935-7009) Byzantinische Z. Byzantinische Zeitschrift
Brit. J. 18th-Cent. Stud. British Journal for Cadernos Pagu Cadernos Pagu (0104-8333)
Eighteenth-Century Studies Caduceus Caduceus (0882-6447)
*Brit. J. Hist. Phil. British Journal for the History of Cah. Civilisation Médiévale Cahiers de Civilisation
Philosophy (0960-8788) Médiévale
*Brit. J. Hist. Sci. British Journal for the History of Cah. Hist. Tech. Cahier d’Histoire des techniques
Science (0007-0874) (1158-8403)
Brit. J. Mid. East Stud. British Journal of Middle *Cah. Monde Russe Cahiers du monde russe
Eastern Studies (1252-6576)
*Brit. J. Phil. Sci. British Journal for the Philosophy Cah. Sci. Vie Les Cahiers de Science et Vie
of Science (0007-0882) Cahiers Hist. Phil. Sci. Cahiers d’Histoire et de
Brit. J. Sociol British Journal of Sociology Philosophie des Sciences. Nouvelle Serie
*Brit. Soc. Hist. Math. Bull. British Society for the (0221-3664)
History of Mathematics Bulletin (1749-8430) Can. Bull. Med. Hist. Canadian Bulletin of Medical
Britannia Britannia: Journal of Romano-British and History/Bulletin Canadien d’Historie de la
Kindred Studies Medecine (0823-2105)
Bruniana Campanelliana Bruniana & Can. Hist. Rev. Canadian Historical Review
Campanelliana: Ricerche Filosofiche e Materiali Can. J. Hist. Canadian Journal of History
Storico-testuali (0008-4107)
Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. Bulletin of the American Can. J. Phil. Canadian Journal of Philosophy
Mathematical Society Can.-Amer. Slav. Stud. Canadian-American Slavic
Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. Bulletin of the American Studies (0090-8290)
Meteorological Society (0003-0007) Carib. Stud. Caribbean Studies
Bull. Ass. Guillaume Budé Bulletin de l’Association Cartographica Cartographica
Guillaume Budé Cath. Hist. Rev. The Catholic Historical Review
Bull. Atom. Sci. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (0008-8080)
Cauda Pavonis Cauda Pavonis: The Hermetic Text
Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. Bulletin of the Ecological
Society Newsletter
Society of America (0012-9623)
Cent. Eur. Hist. Central European History
Bull. École Franç. Extrême-Orient Bulletin de (0008-9389)
l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient *Centaurus Centaurus (0008-8994)
Bull. Hist. Archaeol. Bulletin of the History of Centennial Rev. Centennial Review
Archaeology *Chem. Heritage Chemical Heritage (0736-4555)
*Bull. Hist. Chem. Bulletin for the History of China Quart. China Quarterly
Chemistry (1053-4385) *Chinese J. Hist. Sci. Tech. The Chinese Journal for
Bull. Hist. Electr. Bulletin d’Histoire de l’Électricité the History of Science and Technology
*Bull. Hist. Med. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (1673-1441)
(0007-5140) Chron. Okla. Chronicles of Oklahoma (0009-6024)
Bull. Hist. Polit. Bulletin d’Histoire Politique Chrysopoeia Chrysopoeia (0984-7340)
Bull. Latin Amer. Res. Bulletin of Latin American Church Hist. Church History (0009-6407)
Research Churchill Rev. Churchill Review
Bull. Mém. Soc. Anthropol. Paris Bulletins et Cien. Hoje Ciência Hoje (0101-8515)
Mémoires de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris *Circumscribere Circumscribere: International
Bull. Menninger Clin. Bulletin of the Menninger Journal for the History of Science (1980-7651)
Clinic Cl. J. Classical Journal
Bull. Phil. Médiév. Bulletin de Philosophie Cl. Philol. Classical Philology
Médiévale (0068-4023) Cl. Quart. Classical Quarterly
Bull. Philol. Hist. Bulletin Philologique et Historique Cl. Rev. Classical Review
du Comité des Travaux Historiques et Cl. World Classical World
Scientifiques Clin. Chem. Clinical Chemistry (0009-9147)
Bull. Sch. Orient. Afr. Stud. Bulletin of the School of Clio Clio: Interdisciplinary Journal of Literature,
Oriental and African Studies [London University] History, and the Philosophy of History
*Bull. Sci. Instr. Soc. Bulletin of the Scientific Col. Latin Amer. Rev. Colonial Latin American
Instrument Society (0956-8271) Review
*Bull. Sci. Tech. Soc. Bulletin of Science, College Math. J. College Mathematics Journal
Technology & Society (0270-4676) (0746-8342)
Bull. Soc. Amis Biblio. École Polytech. Bulletin de la Comm. ACM Communications of the Association for
Société des Amis de la Bibliothèque de l’École Computing Machinery (ACM)
Polytechnique Common Knowl. Common Knowledge (0961-754X)
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Comp. Stud. Soc. Hist. Comparative Studies in *Dianoia Dianoia: Annali di storia della filosofia
Society and History (1125-1514)
Compendium Compendium Diderot Stud. Diderot Studies
Compt. Rend. Acad. Inscriptions Belles Lett. Differences Differences: A Journal of Feminist
Comptes Rendus de l’Académie des Inscriptions Cultural Studies
et Belles-Lettres Dilthey-Jahrb. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophic und
Comptes Rend. Congr. Nat. Soc. Savant. Sect. Sci. Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften
Comptes Rendus du Congrès National des DIO DIO
Sociétés Savantes, Section des Sciences Diogenes Diogenes (0392-1921)
Conf. Soc. Philomath. Paris Les Conférences de la Diplomatic Hist. Diplomatic History
Sociétés Philomathique de Paris Discurso Discurso (0188-1825)
*Configurations Configurations (1063-1801) *Diss. Abstr. Int. A Dissertation Abstracts
Construc. Hist. Construction History International. A (0419-4209)
Cont. Europ. Hist. Contemporary European History *Diss. Abstr. Int. B Dissertation Abstracts
(0960-7773) International. B (0419-4217)
Contention Contention *Diss. Abstr. Int. C Dissertation Abstracts
International. C (1042-7279)
Contin. & Change Continuity and Change
(0268-4160) Dix-huit. Siècle Dix-huitième siècle (0070-6760)
*Docum. Stud. Trad. Fil. Mediev. Documenti e Studi
*Coord. Online J. Map Geog. Round Table
Sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale
Coordinates: Online Journal of the Map and
Geography Round Table, American Library Dong Bang Hak Chi Dong Bang Hak Chi (The
Association. (1553-3247) Journal of Korean Studies)
Dubrovnik Ann. Dubrovnik Annals (1331-3878)
Corpus Corpus: Revue de Philosophie
Dumbarton Oaks Pap. Dumbarton Oaks Papers
Crit. Inq. Critical Inquiry (0093-1896) (0070-7546)
Cromohs Cromohs (1123-7023) Durham Univ. J. Durham University Journal
Cronos Cronos (1139-711X) (0012-7280)
Cryptologia Cryptologia Durkheim. Stud. Durkheimian Studies (1362-024X)
Cuad. Hist. Med. Españ. Cuadernos de História de la *Dynamis Dynamis (0211-9536)
Medicina Española *E.I.A.L. Estudios Interdisciplinarios de America
Cuadern. Hist. Contemp. Cuadernos de Historia Latina y el Caribe (07927061)
Contemporánea (0214-400X) Early Amer. Stud. Early American Studies
*Cult. & Cosmos Culture and Cosmos (1368-6534) Early Mediev. Eur. Early Medieval Europe
Cult. Anthropol. Cultural Anthropology (0963-9462)
Cult. Critique Cultural Critique *Early Sci. & Med. Early Science and Medicine
Cult. Dynam. Cultural Dynamics (0921-3740) (1383-7427)
Cult. Med. Psychiat. Culture, Medicine and *Earth Sci. Hist. Earth Sciences History
Psychiatry (0736-623X)
Cult. Scu. Cultura e Scuola *East Asian STS East Asian Science, Technology and
Society: An International Journal
Cultura (Rome) Cultura: Rivista Trimestriale
East Eur. Quart. East European Quarterly
Curr. Anthropol. Current Anthropology *EASTM East Asian Science, Technology, and
Curr. Work Hist. Med. Current Work in the History Medicine (1562-918X)
of Medicine (0011-3999) Ecology Ecology (0012-9658)
Czech Hist. Rev. Ceský casopis historický Econ. & Soc. Economy and Society
(0862-6111) Econ. Bot. Economic Botany
Dae-Dong-Mun-Hwa-Yongu Econ. Hist. Rev. Economic History Review
Dae-Dong-Mun-Hwa-Yongu (The Journal of Ecosystems Ecosystems (1432-9840)
Eastern Studies) Eighteenth Cent. Theory Interpr. Eighteenth Century:
Dædalus Dædalus (0011-5266) Theory and Interpretation
Dahlemer Archivgespr. Dahlemer Archivgespräche Eighteenth-Cent. Life Eighteenth-Century Life
(1431-6641) Eighteenth-Cent. Stud. Eighteenth-Century Studies
Dalhousie Rev. Dalhousie Review (0013-2586)
Danish Yearbk. Phil. Danish Yearbook of Philosophy ELH ELH: English Literary History (0013-8304)
Daphnis Daphnis: Zeitschrift für Mittlerc Deutsche *Endeavour Endeavour (0160-9327)
Literatur Éndoxa Éndoxa (1133-5351)
Deut. Arch. Erforschung Mittel. Deutsches Archiv Engl. Hist. Rev. English Historical Review
für Erforschung des Mittelalters (0012-1223) Engl. Lang. Notes English Language Notes
Deut. Vierteljahrsschr. Literaturwiss. Geistesgesch. Engl. Stud. English Studies
Deutsch Vierteljahrsschrift für Enlight. & Dissent Enlightenment and Dissent
Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte (0262-7612)
Deut. Z. Phil. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie Environ. & Hist. Environment and History
Dialectica Dialectica: International Review of *Environ. Hist. Environmental History (1084-5453)
Philosophy of Knowledge Eos Eos: Transactions, American Geophysical Union
Dialogue Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review (0096-3941)
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Episteme Episteme: Filosofia e História da Ciência Gend. & Hist. Gender and History (0953-5233)
em Revista (1413 - 5736) Genders Genders
Epistemologia Epistemologia (0392-9760) Genèses Genèses: Sciences Sociales et Histoire
Eranos Eranos: Acta Philologica Suecana Genet. Resourc. Crop Evol. Genetic Resources and
Erkenntnis Erkenntnis: International Journal of Crop Evolution (0925-9864)
Analytic Philosophy Geof. Internat. Geofı́sica Internacional (0016-7169)
*Eso Esoterica (1523-1224) Geogr. J. Geographical Journal
Essays Arts Sci. Essays in Arts and Sciences Geogr. Rev. Geographical Review
Essays Med. Stud. Essays in Medieval Studies Geogr. Z. Geographische Zeitschrift (0016-7479)
(1043-2213) *Geohist. Bl. Geohistorische Blätter (1436-3135)
Estud. Hist. Ciencias Téc. Estudios de Historia das Geologische Bundesanstalt. Abhandlungen
Ciencias e das Técnicas Geologische Bundesanstalt. Abhandlungen
Ethics Sci. Med. Ethics in Science and Medicine (0378-0864)
(0306-4581) Georgia Hist. Quart. Georgia Historical Quarterly
Ethnic Racial Stud. Ethnic and Racial Studies Georgia J. Sci. Georgia Journal of Science
Ethnohist. Ethnohistory: Journal of the American Germ. Hist. German History (0266-3554)
Society for Ethnohistory Germ. Hist. Instit. Bull. German Historical Institute
Étud. Phil. Études Philosophiques (0014-2166) Bulletin (1048-9134)
Étud. Renan. Études Renaniennes Germ. Rev. The Germanic Review
Étud. XVIII Siècle Études sur le XVIIIe Siècle Germ. Stud. Rev. German Studies Review
Euphrosyne Euphrosyne: Revista de Filologia Gesch. Gesell. Geschichte und Gesellschaft
Classica (0340-613X)
Eur. Astron. Soc. News. European Astronomical *Gesnerus Gesnerus (0016-9161)
Society Newsletter *Gewina Gewina (0928-303X)
Eur. Hist. Quart. European History Quarterly Glotta Glotta: Zeitschrift griechische und lateinische
Eur. J. Phys. European Journal of Physics Sprache
Eur. Legacy European Legacy (1084-8770) Goethe Jahrb. Goethe Jahrbuch
Eur. Rev. European Review Grad. Fac. Phil. J. Graduate Faculty Philosophy
Eur. Romantic Rev. European Romantic Review Journal (0093-4240)
Eur.-Asia Stud. Europe-Asia Studies (0966-8136) Gradhiva Gradhiva (Département Archives et
d’Ethnographie du Musée de l’Homme, Paris)
Eurasian Soil Sci. Eurasian Soil Science (1064-2293)
Great Ideas Today Great Ideas Today
Europhys. News Europhysics News (0531-7479)
Greece & Rome Greece and Rome
Exemplaria Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in
Greek Roman Byzantine Stud. Greek, Roman, and
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Byzantine Studies
Explor. Econ. Hist. Explorations in Economic
*Guangxi Minzu Xueyuan Xuebao Guangxi Minzu
History
Xueyuan Xuebao
FASEB J. The FASEB Journal
Gutenberg Jahrb. Gutenberg Jahrbuch (0072-9094)
Feminist Stud. Feminist Studies
Han’guk Kwahak-sa Hakhoe-ji Han’guk Kwahak-sa
*Filozofski Vest. Filozofski Vestnik (0353-4510) Hakhoe-ji (Journal of the Korean History of
Folia Mendel. Folia Mendeliana Musei Moravia Science Society) (1229-7895)
Fortschr. Neurol. Psychiat. Fortschritte der *Han’guk Munhwa Han’guk Munhwa (Korean
Neurologie, Psychiatrie Culture)
*Found. Chem. Foundations of Chemistry *Han-gook-sa Yeon-goo Han-gook-sa Yeon-goo
(1386-4238) (Journal of Korean History)
Found. Phys. Foundations of Physics (0015-9018) *Han-kuk-sasangsahak Han-kuk-sasangsahak (The
*Found. Sci. Foundations of Science (1233-1821) Study of Korean History of Thoughts)
Franciscan Stud. Franciscan Studies (0080-5459) Hanxue yanjiu Hanxue yanjiu (Chinese Studies)
Freiburger Z. Phil. Theol. Freiburger Zeitschrift für (02544466)
Philosophie und Theologie (0016-0725) Harvard J. Asia. Stud. Harvard Journal of Asiatic
French Col. Hist. French Colonial History Studies
(1539-3402) Harvard Libr. Bull. Harvard Library Bulletin
French Forum French Forum (0098-9355) (0017-8136)
French Hist. French History (0269-1191) Hegel Jahrb. Hegel Jahrbuch
*French Hist. Stud. French Historical Studies Helv. Chim. Acta Helvetica Chimica Acta
(0016-1071) (0018-019X (print), 1522-2675 (online))
Frühmittelalt. Stud. Frühmittelalterliche Studien Hermes Hermes: Zeitschrift für Klassische
(0071-9706) Philologic
Futuribles Futuribles Heroic Age The Heroic Age: A Journal of Early
Galilæana: Journal of Galilean Studies Medieval Northwestern Europe (1526-1867)
Garden Hist. Garden History *Himal. Res. Bull. Himalayan Research Bulletin
Gaz. Arch. La Gazette des Archives Hispanic Amer. Hist. Rev. Hispanic American
*Gen. Mole. Bio. Genetics and Molecular Biology Historical Review
(1415-4757) Hispanic Rev. Hispanic Review
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Hist. & Anthro. History and Anthropology Hist. Z. Historische Zeitschrift (0018-2613)
(0275-7206) Histoire & Mesure
Hist. & Mem. History and Memory: Studies in Histoire Educ. Histoire de l’Education (0221-6280)
Representation of the Past (0935-560X) *Historia Historia (0018-2311)
*Hist. & Tech. History and Technology (0734-1512) Historian Historian: Journal of History
Hist. & Theory History and Theory (0018-2656) History History (0018-2648)
Hist. Africa History in Africa (0361-5413) Homme Homme: Revue Française d’Anthropologie
Hist. Anthropol. Newslett. History of Anthropology Homme Société Homme et la Société
Newsletter (0362-9074) HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology
Hist. Childhood Quart. History of Childhood Hsin-shih-hsueh Hsin-shih-hsueh (New History)
Quarterly (1023-2249)
Hugoye
Hist. Écon. Soc. Histoire, Économie et Société
Hum. Tech. Rev. Humanities and Technology Review
Hist. Educ. History of Education (0046-760X) Humboldt Humboldt (Internationales Nationes)
*Hist. Educ. Quart. History of Education Quarterly Humor & Health J. Humor and Health Journal
(0018-2680) Huntia Huntia (0073-4071)
Hist. Educ. Rev. History of Education Review Huntington Libr. Quart. Huntington Library
(0819-8691) Quarterly
Hist. et Nature Histoire et Nature (0396-9681) Hyeondae Bukhan Yeonku Hyeondae Bukhan
*Hist. Europ. Ideas History of European Ideas Yeonku (North Korean Studies Review)
(0191-6599) Hygiea Internationalis
Hist. High. Educ. Ann. History of Higher Education HYLE Hyle (1433-5158)
Annual (0737-2698) I Tatti Stud. I Tatti Studies: Essays in the
*Hist. Hum. Sci. History of the Human Sciences Renaissance
(0952-6951) Icon Icon: Journal of the International Committee for
Hist. J. Historical Journal (0018-246X) the History of Technology
*Hist. Math. Historia Mathematica (0315-0860) Ideal. Stud. Idealistic Studies
Hist. Mesure Histoire et Mesure (0982-1783) *Imago Mundi Imago Mundi (0308-5694)
Hist. Mex. Historia Mexicana Impact Sci. Soc. Impact of Science on Society
*Hist. Phil. Life Sci. History and Philosophy of the (0019-2872)
Life Sciences (0391-9714) *Indian J. Hist. Sci. Indian Journal of History of
Hist. Phil. Logic History and Philosophy of Logic Science (0019-5235)
(0144-5340) Indiana Mag. Hist. Indiana Magazine of History
Hist. Phil. Quart. History of Philosophy Quarterly Indust. Archaeol. Industrial Archaeology
(0740-0675) (0019-7971)
Indust. Corp. Change Industrial and Corporate
Hist. Phys. History of Physics Newsletter
Change
(1048-1338)
*Int. J. Impact Eng. International Journal of Impact
Hist. Pol. Thought History of Political Thought Engineering (0734-743X)
(0143-781X) Int. J. Mid. East Stud. International Journal of
*Hist. Psychiat. History of Psychiatry (0957-154X) Middle East Studies
*Hist. Psychol. History of Psychology (1093-4510) Int. J. Phil. Stud. International Journal of
*Hist. Rec. Aust. Sci. Historical Records of Philosophical Studies
Australian Science (0727-3061) Int. J. Psychiat. International Journal of Psychiatry
Hist. Reflect. Historical Reflections/Réflexions Int. J. Psychoanal. International Journal of
Historiques Psychoanalysis
Hist. Relig. History of Religions (0018-2710) Int. Phil. Quart. International Philosophical
Hist. Res. Historical Research: The Bulletin of the Quarterly
Institute of Historical Research (0950-3471) Int. Rev. Soc. Hist. International Review of Social
Hist. Rev. New Bks. History: Reviews of New Books History
(0361-2759) Int. Stud Phil Sci. International Studies in the
*Hist. Sci. History of Science (0073-2753) Philosophy of Science (0269-8595)
Hist. Sci. Médicales Histoire des Sciences Médicales Int. Z. Phil. Intemationale Zeitschrift für Philosophie
(0440-8888) Interdiscipl. Sci. Rev. Interdisciplinary Science
*Hist. Scientiarum Historia Scientiarum (0285-4821) Reviews (0308-0188)
Hist. Stud. Nat. Sci. Historical Studies in the Natural *Internat. J. Devel. Biol. International Journal of
Sciences (1939-1811) Developmental Biology (0214-6282)
Internat. Soc. Sci. J. International Social Science
*Hist. Stud. Phys. Biol. Sci. Historical Studies in the Journal (0020-8701)
Physical and Biological Sciences (0890-9997)
Interpretation Interpretation: A Journal of Political
Hist. Teach. History Teacher (0018-2745) Philosophy
Hist. Tech. History of Technology (0307-5451) Intersezioni Intersezioni: Rivista di Storia delle ldee
Hist. Today History Today Intertexts lntertexts
*Hist. Univ. History of Universities (0144-5138) Invest. Cienc. Investigación y Ciencia (0210-136X)
Hist. Workshop J. History Workshop Journal Iran. Stud. Iranian Studies
(1363-3554) Irish Astron. J. The Irish Astronomical Journal
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*Irish Hist. Stud. Irish Historical Studies: Joint J. Guild. Age Prog. Era Journal of the Guilded Age
Journal of the Irish Historical Society and the and Progressive Era
Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies J. Hellen. Stud. Journal of Hellenic Studies
(0021-1214) J. Hist. Arabic Sci. Journal for the History of Arabic
*Isis Isis (0021-1753) Science (0379-2927)
Islam. Sci. Newslett. Islamic Science Newsletter *J. Hist. Astron. Journal for the History of
Israel Stud. Israel Studies (1084-9513) Astronomy (0021-8286)
Issues Sci. Tech. Issues in Science and Technology *J. Hist. Behav. Sci. Journal of the History of the
(0748-5492) Behavioral Sciences (0022-5061)
Issues Writing Issues in Writing *J. Hist. Biol. Journal of the History of Biology
(0022-5010)
*Ist. Ark. Istoricheskii arkhiv (0869-6322)
J. Hist. Collect. Journal of the History of Collections
Istor. Astron Issled. Istoriko-Astronomicheskie (0954-6650)
Issledovaniia J. Hist. Dent. Journal of the History of Dentistry
Istor. Metodol. Estestv. Nauk Istoriia i Metodologiia (1089-6287)
Estestvennykh Nauk J. Hist. Econ. Thought Journal of the History of
Iz. Ist. Biol. lz lstorii Biologii Economic Thought
J. Aesthet. Art Crit. Journal of Aesthetics and Art J. Hist. Geogr. Journal of Historical Geography
Criticism *J. Hist. Ideas Journal of the History of Ideas
*J. Amer. Acad. Relig. Journal of the American (0022-5037)
Academy of Religion (0002-7189) *J. Hist. Med. Allied Sci. Journal of the History of
J. Amer. Cult. Journal of American Culture Medicine and Allied Sciences (0022-5045)
J. Amer. Hist. Journal of American History J. Hist. Metall. Soc. Journal of the Historical
(0021-8723) Metallurgy Society
J. Amer. Orient. Soc. Journal of the American *J. Hist. Neurosci. Journal of the History of the
Oriental Society Neurosciences (0964-704X)
J. Amer. Res. Cent. Egypt Journal of the American J. Hist. Phil. Journal of the History of Philosophy
Research Center in Egypt (0022-5053)
J. Anthropol. Soc. Oxford Journal of the J. Hist. Sexual. Journal of the History of Sexuality
Anthropological Society of Oxford J. Hist. Sociol. Journal of Historical Sociology
J. Arch. Org. Journal of Archival Organization J. Illinois Hist. Journal of Illinois History
(1533-2748) J. Indo-Euro. Stud. Journal of Indo-European Studies
J. Asia. Journal Asiatique (0092-2323)
J. Indo-Judaic Stud. Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies
J. Asian Stud. Journal of Asian Studies (0021-9118)
(1206-9930)
*J. Astron. Hist. Herit. Journal of Astronomical J. Indust. Hist Journal of Industrial History
History and Heritage (1440-2507) (1463-6174)
J. Atmos. Sol.-Terr. Phys. Journal of Atmospheric J. Inst. Romance Stud. Journal of the Institute of
and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (1364-6826) Romance Studies
J. Balt. Stud. Journal of Baltic Studies (0162-9778) J. Interdis. Hist. Journal of Interdisciplinary History
J. Black Stud. Journal of Black Studies (0022-1953)
*J. Brit. Stud. Journal of British Studies J. Japan. Stud. Journal of Japanese Studies
J. Can. Stud. Journal of Canadian Studies J. Latin Amer. Stud. Journal of Latin American
J. Chem Educ. Journal of Chemical Education Studies
(0021-9584) J. Med. & Phil. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy
J. Classic. Soc. Journal of Classical Sociology (0360-5310)
*J. Cold War Stud. Journal of Cold War Studies *J. Med. Biogr. Journal of Medical Biography
(1520-3972) (0967-7720)
J. Colonialism Col. Hist. Journal of Colonialism and J. Med. Latin Journal of Medieval Latin (0778-9750)
Colonial History (1532-5768) J. Med. Primat. Journal of Medical Primatology
J. Medieval Early Mod. Stud. Journal of Medieval
J. Contemp. Hist. Journal of Contemporary History
and Early Modern Studies (1082-9636)
(0022-0094)
J. Medieval Hist. Journal of Medieval History
*J. Dial. Natur. Journal of Dialectics of Nature (0304-4181)
J. Early Mod. Hist. Journal of Early Modem History J. Mil. Hist. Journal of Military History
J. Early Repub. Journal of the Early Republic J. Miss. Hist. Journal of Mississippi History
J. Econ. Hist. Journal of Economic History (0022-2771)
J. Egypt. Archaeol. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology J. Mod. Hist. Journal of Modern History (0022-2801)
J. Eur. Econ. Hist. Journal of European Economic J. Music Theory Journal of Music Theory
History J. Near East. Stud. Journal of Near Eastern Studies
J. Eur. Stud. Journal of European Studies J. Pac. Hist. Journal of Pacific History (0022-3344)
(0047-2441) J. Phil. Journal of Philosophy
J. Gen. Phil. Sci. Journal for General Philosophy of J. Phil. Res. Journal of Philosophical Research
Science (0925-4560) J. Policy Hist. Journal of Policy History
J. Geoph. Res. Journal of Geophysical Research J. Psychohist. Journal of Psychohistory
(0148-0227) J. Relig. Journal of Religion
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J. Roman Archaeol. Journal of Roman Archaeology Jewish Hist. Jewish History


J. Roman Stud. Journal of Roman Studies Jewish Quart. Rev. The Jewish Quarterly Review
J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Can. Journal of the Royal Jewish Soc. Stud. Jewish Social Studies: History,
Astronomical Society of Canada Culture, and Society
J. Roy. Austral. Hist. Soc. Journal of the Royal Jindaishi yanjiuso jikan Jindaishi yanjiuso jikan
Australian Historical Society (Bulletin of the Institute of Modern History,
J. Roy. Coll. Gen. Pract. Journal of the Royal Academia Sinica) (1029-4740)
College of General Practitioners Journal l’electronique d’histoire des probabilités et
J. Roy. Coll. Phys. London Journal of the Royal de la statistique
College of Physicians of London Journal x Journal x: A Journal in Culture and
J. Roy. Soc. Antiquar. Ireland Journal of the Royal Criticism
Society of Antiquaries of Ireland Kagakugijutsushi Kagakugijutsushi (The Japanese
J. Savants Journal des Savants Journal for the History of Science and Technology)
J. Siam Soc. Journal of the Siam Society *Kagakushi Ken. (Chem.) Kagakushi Kenkyu
J. Soc. Architect. Hist. Journal of the Society of (History of Chemistry) (0386-9512)
Architectural Historians *Kagakusi Ken. (Hist. Sci.) Kagakusi Kenkyu
J. Soc. Hist. Journal of Social History (History of Science) (0022-7692)
Kairós Revista Kairós (1516-2567)
J. South. African Stud. Journal of Southern African
Studies Kansas Hist. Kansas History: A Journal of the
Central Plains
J. South. Hist. Journal of Southern History
Kant Stud. Kant-Studien
J. Southeast Asian Stud. Journal of Southeast Asian
Studies Keji yiliao yu shihui Keji yiliao yu shihui (Taiwanese
Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and
J. Stat. Phys. Journal of Statistical Physics Medicine)
J. Transdisc. Res. South. Africa The Journal for *Kexue Jishu yu Bianzhengfa Kexue Jishu yu
Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa Bianzhengfa (Science, Technology, and Dialectics)
(1817-4434) (1003-5680)
J. Transp. Hist. Journal of Transport History Kiva Kiva: The Journal of Southwestern
J. Urban Hist. Journal of Urban History Anthropology and History
J. Victorian Cult. Journal of Victorian Culture KLIO Klio (0075-6334)
*J. Warburg Courtauld Inst. Journal of the Warburg Knowl. & Soc. Knowledge and Society: The
and Courtauld Institutes (0075-4390) Anthropology of Science and Technology
*J. Washington Acad. Sci. Journal of the Washington Knowl. Tech. Policy Knowledge, Technology, and
Academy of Sciences (0043-0439) Policy (0897-1986)
J. Women’s Hist. Journal of Women’s History Knowledge Knowledge: Creation, Diffusion,
J. World Hist. Journal of World History (1045-6007) Utilization
Jaarb. Vooraziat.-Egypt. Genootsch. Jaarbericht van Korea J. Korea Journal
het Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschaap “Ex Korea Obser. Korea Observer
Oriente Lux” *Korot Korot (0023-4109)
*Jahr. österreichischen Byzant. Jahrbuch der Kritika Kritika: Explorations in Russian and
österreichischen Byzantinistik (0378-8660) Eurasian History
Jahrb. Eur. Wissenschaftskult. Jahrbuch für Kult. Tech. Kultur & Technik: Zeitschrift des
Europäische Wissenschaftskultur (1860-7837) Deutschen Museums
Jahrb. Freien Deut. Hochstifts Jahrbuch des Freien Kwart. Hist. Nauk. Tech. Kwartalnik Historii Nauki i
Deutschen Hochstifts Techniki (0023-589X)
Jahrb. Gesch. Mittel- Ostdeut. Jahrbuch für die Latin Amer. Res. Rev. Latin American Research
Geschichte Mittel- und Ostdeutchlands Review
*Jahrb. Gesch. Osteur. Jahrbücher für Geschichte *Latomus Latomus: Revue d’Études Latines
Osteuropas (0021-4019) Laval Théol. Phil. Laval Théologique et
Jahrb. Gesch. Theor. Biol. Jahrbuch für Geschichte Philosophique
und Theorie der Biologie (0944-3266) *Le Moy. Age Le Moyen âge (0027-2841)
Jahrb. Soziologiegesch. Jahrbuch für *Leonardo Leonardo (0024-094X)
Soziologiegeschichte Lessing Yearbk. Lessing Yearbook
Jahrb. Universitatsgesch. Jahrbuch für Lett. Ital. Lettere Italiane
Universitätsgeschichte (1435-1358) Leviathan Leviathan: Zeitschrift für
Jahrb. Wiener Goethe Ver. Jahrbuch des Wiener Sozialwissenschaft
Goethe-Verein Lex. Phil. Lexicon Philosophicurn: Quaderni di
Jahresber. Deut. Math. Ver. Jahresberichte der Terminologia Filosofica e Storia delle ldee
Deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung Lias Lias: Sources and Documents Relating to the
JAMA JAMA (0098-7484) Early Modern History of Ideas
Janus Janus (0021-4264) *Library Library: Transactions of the
Jap. Stud. Hist. Sci. Japanese Studies in the History Bibliographical Society, London
of Science (0090-0176) Lichtenberg-Jahrb. Lichtenberg-Jahrbuch
JASIST Journal of the American Society for Linnean The Linnean: Newsletter and Proceedings of
Information Science and Technology (0002-8231) the Linnean Society of London
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Lishi yuyan yanjiuso jikan Lishi yuyan yanjiuso jikan Meteor. Planet. Sci. Meteoritics and Planetary
(Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Science
Academia Sinica) (1012-4195) Mex. Stud. Mexican Studies
*Llull Llull (0210-8615) *MHNH MHNH (Revista Internacional de
Local Hist. The Local Historian Investigación sobre Magia y Astrologı́a Antiguas)
Locke Newslett. The Locke Newsletter (1578-4517)
Logos Logos (0868-7692) Mich. Acad. Michigan Academician: Papers of the
Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters
London J. London Journal
(0026-2005)
Louisiana Hist. Louisiana History *Micrologus Micrologus (1123-2560)
Ludus Vitalis Ludus Vitalis: Revista de Filosofı́a de Mid. East Stud. Middle Eastern Studies
las Ciencias de la Vida Mid. East Stud. Assoc. Bull. Middle East Studies
*Lychnos Lychnos (0076-1648) Association Bulletin (0026-3184)
Majallat Kulliyat al-Adab wa-al-’Ulum al-Insaniyah *Minerva Minerva (0026-4695)
Majallat Kulliyat al-Adab wa-al-’Ulum Ming Stud. Ming Studies
al-Insaniyah (0258-1132) Mining Hist. J. Mining History Journal
Manchester Reg. Hist. Rev. Manchester Region Misc. Marciana Miscellanea Marciana
History Review (0952-4320) Missouri Hist. Rev. Missouri Historical Review
*Manguinhos História, Ciências, Mitt. Berliner Gesell. Anthro. Ethn. Urgesch.
Saúde—Manguinhos (0104-5970) Mitteilungen der Berliner Gesellschaft für
Mankind Quart. Mankind Quarterly Anthropologie Ethnologie und Urgeschichte
Manuscripta Manuscripta (0178-7896)
Manuscripta Orient. Manuscripta Orientalia Mitt. Deutsch. Math.-Vereinig. Mitteilungen der
(1238-5018) Deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung
Mariner’s Mirror Mariner’s Mirror Mitt. Forschungsbeitr. Cusanus Ges. Mitteilungen
Maryland Hist. Maryland Historian und Forschungsbeiträge der Cusanus- Gesellschaft
Maryland Hist. Mag. Maryland Historical Magazine Mitt. Gauss Ges. Mitteilungen, Gauss- Gesellschaft
E.V. Göttingen (0435-1452)
Mat. Disc. Anal. Testi Class. Materiali e Discussioni
per l’Analisi dei Testi Classici Mitt. Ges. Deut. Chem. Fachgr. Gesch. Chem.
Mitteilungen (0934-8506)
Math. Semesterber. Mathematische Semesterberichte
Mitt. Naturforsclt Ges. Bern Mitteilungen der
Math. Teach. Mathematics Teacher Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Bern
Mathesis Mathesis: Filosofı́a e Historia de las Mittellatein. Jahrb. Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch:
Matemáticas Internationale Zeitschrift für Mediavistik
Meas. Sci Tech. Measurement Science and MLN Modern Language Notes
Technology (0957-0233) Mnemosyne Mnemosyne: Bibliotheca Philologica
Med. Gesell. Gesch. Medizin, Gesellschaft, und Classica Batava
Geschichte (0939-351X) Mod. Philol. Modern Philology (0026-8232)
*Med. Hist. Medical History (0025-7273) Mod. Schoolman Modern Schoolman
Mediaeval Stud. Mediaeval Studies Mod. Theol. Modern Theology (0266-7177)
Mediaevalia Mediaevalia: A Journal of Mediaeval Modernism/Modernity Modernism/Modernity
Studies (1080-6601; 1071-6068)
Mediaevalia Phil. Polonorum Mediaevalia *Mon. Nipp. Monumenta Nipponica
Philosophica Polonorum Monatsber. Deut. Akad. Wiss. Berlin Monatsberichte
Medieval Phil. & Theol. Medieval Philosophy and der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu
Theology (1057-0608) Berlin
Medieval Prosopogr. Medieval Prosopography Monatshefte Monatshefte
Medievalia Hum. Medievalia et Humanistica: Monist Monist: An International Quarterly Journal of
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture General Philosophical Inquiry
Medioevo Medioevo: Saggi e Ressegne Monograf. Dziejow Nauki Tech. Monografie z
Dziejow Nauki i Techniki (0077-054X)
*Medizinhist. J. Medizinhistorisches Journal
(0025-8431) Mosaic Mosaic: Journal for the Comparative Study
of Literature and Ideas
Melbourne Hist. J. Melbourne Historical Journal
N. Y. Hist. New York History (0146-437X)
Mém. Acad. Sci. Arts Belles-Lett. Dijon Mémoires de N. Y. Rev. Bks. New York Review of Books
l’Académie des Sciences, Arts et Belles-Lettres de (0028-7504)
Dijon
Nagoya Kogyo Daigaku gakuho Nagoya Kogyo
Mem. Accad. Sci Torino Cl. Sci. Fis. Mat. Natur. Daigaku gakuho (0369-3171)
Memorie della Accademia delle Scienze di Torino, Natur. Soc. Thought Nature, Society, and Thought: A
Classe di Scienze Fisiche Matematiche e Naturali Journal of Dialectical and Historical Materialism
Mem. Roy. Astron. Soc. Lond. Memoirs of the Royal Nature Nature (0028-0836)
Astronomical Society of London *Naturwiss. Rundsch. Naturwissenschaftliche
Memorandum Memorandum (1676-1669) Rundschau (0028-1050)
Mendel Newslett. Mendel Newsletter (0025-9241) Naukov. Naukovedenie
Mercury Mercury (0047-6773) Near East. Archaeol. Near Eastern Archaeology
*Metascience Metascience (0815-0796) (1094-2076)
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*Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Partisan Rev. Partisan Review
Ban) Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Past & Present Past and Present (0031-2746)
Kexue Ban) Pecia Pecia: Ressources en Médiévistique
Neuphilolog. Mitteil. Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Penn. Hist. Pennsylvania History: A Journal of
Neuroscientist The Neuroscientist Mid-Atlantic Studies (0031-4528)
Neusis Neusis Penn. Mag. Hist. Biogr. Pennsylvania Magazine of
*New Engl. Quart. New England Quarterly History and Biography (0031-4578)
*New Hibernia Rev. New Hibernia Review Pensée (Paris) Pensée: Recherches Marxistes,
(1092-3977) Sciences, Société, Philosophic
New Ideas Psychol. New Ideas in Psychology Peritia Peritia: Journal of the Medieval Academy of
Ireland
New Phil. New Philosophy (0028-6443)
Perspect. Biol. Med. Perspectives in Biology and
New Scientist New Scientist (0262-4079) Medicine (0031-5982)
New Vico Stud. New Vico Studies *Perspect. Sci. Perspectives on Science (1063-6145)
News HOPOS Newsletter of HOPOS (1544-9912 Perspect. Sci. Christ. Faith Perspectives on Science
(formerly 1527-9332)) and Christian Faith
Nineteenth-Cent. Prose Nineteenth-Century Prose Pesquisa Pesquisa
Nineteenth-Cent. Stud. Nineteenth-Century Studies *Pharm. Hist. Pharmacy in History (0031-7047)
(0893-7931) Phil Soc. Sci. Philosophy of the Social Sciences
*Noesis Noesis (1223-4249) (0048-3931)
Nord. Mat. Tidsskr. Nordisk Matematisk Tidsskrift Phil. & Geog. Philosophy and Geography
North Carolina Hist. Rev. North Carolina Historical (1090-3771)
Review (0029-2494) Phil. Forum Philosophical Forum
North. Hist. Northern History (0078-172X) Phil. Hist. Sci. Philosophy and the History of
*Notes Rec. Roy. Soc. Lond. Notes and Records of Science: A Taiwanese Journal
the Royal Society (0035-9149) Phil. J. Philosophical Journal: Transactions of the
Notre Dame Phil. Rev. Notre Dame Philosophical Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow
Reviews (1538-1617) Phil. Jahrb. Philosophisches Jahrbuch
Nous Nous *Phil. Natur. Philosophia Naturalis (0031-8027)
Nouv. Républ. Lett. Nouvelles de la République des Phil. Psychiat. Psychol. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and
Lettres Psychology
Nova Acta Paracelsica Nova Acta Paracelsica: Phil. Psychol. Philosophical Psychology
Jahrbuch der Schweizerischen Phil. Quart. Philosophical Quarterly
Paracelsus-Gesellschaft Phil. Rev. Philosophical Review
Novaia Noveish. Ist. Novaia i noveishaia istoriia Phil. Sci. Philosophy of Science (0031-8248)
Phil. Soc. Crit. Philosophy and Social Criticism
*NTM NTM (0036-6978)
Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. London Royal Society of
*Nuncius Nuncius (0394-7394) London. Philosophical Transactions.
Ohio Val. Hist. Ohio Valley History Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
Oil-Indust. Hist. Oil-Industry History (1364-503X)
Ontario Hist. Ontario History (0030-2953) Philol. Quart. Philological Quarterly
Oregon Hist. Quart. Oregon Historical Quarterly Philologus Philologus: Zeitschrift für das Klassische
*Organon Organon (0078-6500) Altertum
Orientalia Orientalia (Pontificum Institutum Philosophy Philosophy: Journal of the British
Biblicum) Institute of Philosophy
*Osiris Osiris (0369-7827) Phronesis Phronesis: A Journal of Ancient
Osmanli Bilimi Arastirmalari: Studies in Ottoman Philosophy
Science Phys. Bl. Physikalische Blätter
Österreich. Z. Geschichtswiss. Österreichische *Phys. Persp. Physics in Perspective (1422-6944)
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaften Phys. Teacher Physics Teacher
Osteuropa Osteuropa (0030-6428) Phys. Today Physics Today (0031-9228)
*Otechest. Ist. Otechestvennaia istoriia Phys. Unserer Zeit Physik in Unserer Zeit
(0031-9252)
Oumei Yenjiu Oumei Yenjiu (Euro-American
Studies) Phys. World Physics World (0953-8585)
*Physis Physis (0031-9414)
Oxford Stud. Ancient Phil. Oxford Studies in Ancient
Planet. Space Sci. Planetary and Space Science
Philosophy
Platinum Metals Rev. Platinum Metals Review
Pacific Hist. Rev. Pacific Historical Review
Poetica Poetica: Zeitschrift für Sprach- und
Pacific Northwest Quart. Pacific Northwest Literaturwissenschaft
Quarterly (0030-8803) Poetics Today Poetics Today: International Journal
Pacific Sci. Pacific Science for Theory and Analysis of Literature and
Pacific. Phil. Quart. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly Communication
Pagine Stor. Med. Pagine di Storia della Medicina *Polhem Polhem (0281-2142)
Pales. Explor. Quart. Palestine Exploration Quarterly Polit. Life Sci. Politics and the Life Sciences
Pap. Brit. School Rome Papers of the British School Polity Polity: The Journal of the Northeastern
at Rome Political Science Association
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baštine (0350-2791) l’ Encyclopédie
Probl. Post Comm. Problems of Post Communism Rech. Théol. Phil. Médiév. Recherches deThéologie
Proc. Amer Cath. Phil. Assoc. Proceedings of the et Philosophie Médiévales (1370-7493)
American Catholic Philosophical Association Reinardus Reinardus: Yearbook of the International
*Proc. Amer. Antiq. Soc. Proceedings of the Reynard Society (0925-4757)
American Antiquarian Society *Rel. Amer. Cult. Jour. Inter. Religion and American
Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proceedings of the American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation (1052-1151)
Philosophical Society (0003-049X) Renaiss. & Reform. Renaissance and Reformation
Proc. Brit. Acad. Proceedings of the British *Renaiss. Quart. Renaissance Quarterly (0034-4338)
Academy Renaiss. Stud. Renaissance Studies (0269-1213)
Proc. Cumberland Geol. Soc. Proceedings of the Rend. Circ. Matemat. Palermo Rendiconti del
Cumberland Geological Society Circolo Matematico di Palermo (0009-725X)
Proc. Roy. Inst. Proceedings of the Royal Institution Rep. Nat. Cent. Sci. Ed. Reports of the National
of Great Britain Center for Science Education (NO)
Proc. Roy. Microsc. Soc. Proceedings of the Royal Rep. Trans. Devonshire Assoc. Report and
Microscopical Society Transactions; Devonshire Association for the
Proc. Roy. Soc. Med. Proceedings of the Royal Advancement of Science, Literature, and Art
Society of Medicine Representations Representations
Prog. Quantum Elec. Progress in Quantum Res Res: Anthropology and Aesthetics (0277-1322)
Electronics (0079-6727) Res. Phil. Tech. Research in Philosophy and
*Prog. Surf. Sci. Progress in Surface Science Technology (0161-7249)
(0079-6816) Res. Policy Research Policy (0048-7333)
Prometheus Prometheus: Rivista Quadrimentrale di Res. Socio. Knowl. Sci. Art Research in Sociology of
Studi Classici Knowledge, Sciences, and Art
Prospects Prospects: An Annual of American Rethink. Hist. Rethinking History
Cultural Studies (0361-2333) Rev Étud. Juives Revue des Études Juives
Protist Protist (1434-4610) (0484-8616)
PSA PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of *Rev. Amer. Hist. Reviews in American History
the Philosophy of Science Association (0048-7511)
Psychoanal. & Contemp. Thought Psychoanalysis Rev. Anthro. Reviews in Anthropology (0093-8157)
and Contemporary Thought Rev. Belge Philol. Hist. Revue Belge de Philologie et
Psychoanal. & Hist. Psychoanalysis and History d’Histoire
(1460-8235) Rev. Cien. Mat. Revista Ciencias Matematicas
Psychoanal. Quart. Psychoanalytic Quarterly Rev. Engl. Stud. Review of English Studies
Psychoanal. Rev. Psychoanalytic Review *Rev. Españ. Fil. Mediev. Revista española de
Psychol. Gesch. Psychologie und Geschichte filosofı́a medieval
Rev. Étud. Grec. Revue des Études Grecques
Psychol. Med. Psychological Medicine
Psychol. Rec. Psychological Record Rev. Étud. Latines Revue des Études Latines
Public Hist. Public Historian Rev. Eur. Est. Latin Amer. Carib. Revista Europea de
Estudios Latino Americanos y del Caribe
*Public Underst. Sci. Public Understanding of
Science (0963-6625) Rev. Eur. Sci. Soc . Revue Européenne des Sciences
Sociales
*Quad. Hist. Engin. Quaderns d’Història de
l’Enginyeria (1135-934X) Rev. Fernand Braudel Center Review Fernand
Braudel Center (0147-9032)
Quad. Stor. Quaderni Storici
Rev. Fr. Hist. Livre Revue Française d’Histoire du
Quad. Stor. Univ. Padova Quaderni per la Storia Livre
dell’Università di Padova Rev. Fr. Sociol. Revue Française de Sociologie
Quad. Stud. Arab. Quaderni di Studi Arabi Rev. Hist. Revue Historique
(1121-2306)
*Rev. Hist. Math. Revue d’histoire des
Quart. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Quarterly Journal of the mathématiques (1262-022X)
Royal Astronomical Society
Rev. Hist. Méd. Hébraique Revue d’Histoire de la
Quart. Rev. Biol. Quarterly Review of Biology Medecine Hebraique (0035-2330)
(0033-5770) *Rev. Hist. Mod. Contemp. Revue d’Histoire
Quekett J. Microsc. Quekett Journal of Microscopy Modeme et Contemporaine
(0969-3823) Rev. Hist. Pharm. Revue d’Histoire de la Pharmacie
Quim. Nova Quimica Nova (0100-4042) *Rev. Hist. Phil. Relig. Revue d’histoire et de
Quipu Quipu (0185-5093) philosophie religieuses
*Radic. Hist. Rev. Radical History Review Rev. Hist. Relig. Revue d’Histoire des Religions
(0163-6545) *Rev. Hist. Sci. Revue d’Histoire des Sciences
Radic. Sci. Radical Science Journal (0151-4105)
Raec. Vinciana Raecolta Vinciana Rev. Hist. Sci. Hum. Revue d’Histoire des Sciences
Raison Présente Raison Présente Humaines (1622-468X)
Raritan Raritan Rev. Hist. Textes Revue d’Histoire des Textes
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*Rev. in Hist. Reviews in History (1749-8155) Scandanavian J. Immun. Scandanavian Journal of


Rev. Indias Revista de Indias Immunology
Rev. Int. Phil. Revue International de Philosophie Schede Mediev. Schede Medievali
Rev. Maison Franç. Oxford Revue de la Maison Schede Umanistiche Schede Umanistiche
Française d’Oxford (1477-3082) (1122-6323)
Rev. Metaphys. Review of Metaphysics Schweiz. Z. Gesch. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für
Geschichte
Rev. Métaphys. Morale Revue de Métaphysique et de
Morale Sci. & Educ. Science and Education (0926-7220)
Sci. & Soc. Science and Society (0036-8237)
Rev. Mod. Phys. Reviews of Modem Physics
Sci. Amer. Scientific American
Rev. Palais Découv. Revue du Palais de la *Sci. Canadensis Scientia Canadensis (0829-2507)
Découverte
Sci. Commun. Science Communication (1075-5470)
Rev. Phil. Fr. Étrang. Revue Philosophique de la *Sci. Context Science in Context (0269-8897)
France et de l’ Étranger *Sci. Cult. Science as Culture (0950-5431)
Rev. Phil. Louvain Revue Philosophique de Louvain Sci. Hist. Scientiarum Historia
Rev. Philol. Lit. Hist. Ancien. Revue de Philologie, Sci. Poetica Scientia Poetica: Jahrbuch für
de Littérature et d’Histoire Anciennes Geschichte der Literatur und der Wissenschaften
*Rev. Quest. Sci. Revue des Questions Scientifiques Sci. Pub. Pol. Science and Public Policy (0302-3427)
(0035-2160) Sci. Stor. Scienze e Storia: Bollettino del Centro
Rev. Sci. et Tech. Déf. Revue Scientifique et Internazionale di Storia dello Spazio e del Tempo
Technique de la Défense (0994-155X) Sci. Stud. Science Studies (0786-3012)
Rev. Sci. Phil. Théol. Revue des Sciences Sci. Tech. & Soc. Science Technology and Society
Philosophiques el Théologiques (0971-7218)
Rev. Soc. Brasil. Hist. Ciên. Revista da Sociedade *Sci. Tech. Hum. Val. Science, Technology and
Brasileira de Historia de Ciência (0103-7188) Human Values (0162-2439)
Rev. Syn. Revue de Synthèse (0035-1776) Sci. Tech. Persp. Sciences et Techniques en
Rev. Univ. Coimbra Revista da Universidade de Perspective
Coimbra *Sciamvs Sciamvs (1345-4617)
Rheinisch-Westfäl. Z. Volkskunde Rheinisch- *Science Science (0036-8075)
Westfälische Zeitschrift für Volkskunde Scientomet. Scientometrics (0138-9130)
Rheinisches Mus. Philol. Rheinisches Museum für Scot. Geogr. Mag. Scottish Geographical Magazine
Philologie Scriptorium Scriptorium: Revue International des
Ric. Folklor. Ricerca Folklorica Études Relative aux Manuscrits (0036-9772)
*Rinascimento Rinascimento: Rivista dell’Istituto Selbstorganisation Selbstorganisation: Jahrbuch für
Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento (0080-3073) Komplexität in den Natur-, Sozial- und
Geisteswissenschaften
Rittenhouse Rittenhouse
Seventeenth Cent. Seventeenth Century
Riv. Fil. Rivista di Filosofia Signs Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and
Riv. Stor. Fil. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Society
Riv. Stor. Ital. Rivista storica italiana (0035-7073) Signum Signum: revista da ABREM (1516-6295)
Riv. Stor. Sci. Rivista di Storia della Scienza SIHSPAI SIHSPAI (1026-3977)
Romanticism Romanticism Singapore J. Trop. Geogr. Singapore Journal of
Romantisme Romantisme: Revue du 19e Siècle Tropical Geography (0129-7619)
Ross. Istor. Zh. Rossiiskii Istoricheskii Zhurnal Sino-Jap. Stud. Sino-Japanese Studies (1041-8830)
Royal Hist. Soc. Trans. Royal Historical Society. Sitzungsber. Bayer. Akad. Wiss. Math. Naturwiss. Kl.
Transactions (0080-4401) Sitzungsberichte der Bayerische Akademie der
Rural Hist. Rural History Wissenschaften,
Russ. Hist. Russian History (0094-288X) Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Klasse
Sitzungsber. Ges. Naturforsch. Freunde Berlin
Russ. Rev. Russian Review (0036-0341)
Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft
Russ. Stud. Hist. Russian Studies in History Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin
(1061-1983) Sixteenth Cent. J. Sixteenth Century Journal
Russell Russell: The Journal of the Bertrand Russell (0361-0160)
Archives Skep. Inq. Skeptical Inquirer (0194-6730)
Rutherford Journal the New Zealand Journal for the Skeptic Skeptic (1063-9330)
History and Philosophy of Science and Sky & Telescope Sky and Telescope (0037-6604)
Technology. Slagmark Slagmark (0108-8084)
S. Atl. Quart. South Atlantic Quarterly Slav. East Europ. Rev. Slavonic and East European
Saber Tiempo Saber y Tiempo (0328-6584) Review
Saeculum Saeculum: Jahrbuch für Slav. Rev. Slavic Review (0037-6779)
Universalgeschichte Soc. Epistem. Social Epistemology (0269-1728)
Sao Paulo Perspec. São Paulo em Perspectiva Soc. Hist. Social History (0307-1022)
(0102-8839) Soc. Hist. Alcohol Drugs The Social History of
Sapientia Sapientia: Organo de la Facultad de Alcohol and Drugs (1930-8418)
Filosofia (Univ. Catholica Argentina) *Soc. Hist. Med. Social History of Medicine
Sartoniana Sartoniana (0951-631X)
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Soc. Politics Social Politics Stud. Renaiss. Studies in the Renaissance


*Soc. Res. Social Research (0037-783X) Stud. Romant. Studies in Romanticism
Soc. Sci. & Med. Social Science and Medicine Stud. Sci. Educ. Studies in Science Education
(0277-9536) Stud. Secent. Studi Secenteschi
Soc. Sci. Hist. Social Science History Stud. Settecent. Studi Settecenteschi
Soc. Sci. Inform. Social Science Information Stud. Stor. Studi Storici: Rivista Trimestrale
Soc. Sci. Yearbk. Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook dell’Istituto Gramsci (0039-3037)
(0167-2320) Stud. Voltaire 18th Cent. Studies on Voltaire and the
Soc. Stor. Società e Storia Eighteenth Century
Stud. Wien. Gesch. Studien zur Wiener Geschichte:
*Soc. Stud. Sci. Social Studies of Science
Jahrbuch des Vereins für Geschichte der Stadt
(0306-3127)
Wien
Sociol. Quart. Sociological Quarterly *Sudhoffs Arch. Sudhoffs Archiv (0039-4564)
Sociol. Theory Sociological Theory Suhayl Suhayl (1576-9372)
Sociology Sociology (0038-0385) Svenska Linnésällsk. Årssk. Svenska
South African J. Sci. South African Journal of Linnésällskapets Årsskrift
Science Synthese Synthese (0039-7857)
South Asia Res. South Asia Research Ta-lu ts’a-chih Ta-lu ts’a-chih
South Carolina Hist. Mag. South Carolina Historical Taiwan shehui yanjiu jikan Taiwan shehui yanjiu
Magazine jikan (Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social
Southern Hist. Southern History: A Review of the Studies)
History of Southern England Taiwan Wenxue Yanjiu Jikan Taiwan Wenxue Yanjiu
Southwest. Hist. Quart. Southwestern Historical Jikan
Quarterly (0038-478X) Taiwan. J. Stud. Sci. Tech. Med. Taiwanese Journal
Soviet Phys. Soviet Physics: Uspeki for Studies of Science, Technology, and Medicine
Spectro. acta Spectrochimica acta (1022-4874)
Speculum Speculum: Journal of Mediaeval Studies Taiwanese J. Phil. Hist. Sci. Taiwanese Journal for
the Philosophy and History of Science
St. John’s Rev. St. John’s Review (0277-4720) Taiwanshi yenjiu Taiwanshi yenjiu (Taiwan
Sterne Weltraum Sterne und Weltraum (0039-1263) Historical Research)
Stor. Storiogr. Storia della Storiografia Tasanhak Tasanhak (Journal of Tasan Studies)
STS Net. Jap. Yearbk. STS Network Japan Yearbook (1598-8856(45))
STTH Science, Technology, and the Humanities Taxon Taxon (0040-0262)
Stud. 18th-Cent. Cult. Studies in Eighteenth-Century *Tech. & Cult. Technology and Culture (0040-165X)
Culture Tech. Soc. Technology in Society (0160-791X)
Stud. Achtzehn. Jahrh. Studien zum Achtzehnten *Technikgeschichte Technikgeschichte (0040-117X)
Jahrhundert Tel Aviv Jahrb. Deut. Gesch. Tel Aviv Jahrbuch für
Stud. Copernicana Studia Copernicana (0081-6701) Deutsche Geschichte
*Stud. Dial. Natur. Studies in Dialectics of Nature Tenn. Med. Tennessee Medicine (1088-6222)
*Stud. Hist. Med. Sci. Studies in History of Medicine Tennessee Hist. Quart. Tennessee Historical
and Science (0970-5562) Quarterly
Stud. Hist. Mod. Math. Studies in the History of Terrae Incog. Terrae lncognitae Philosophy and the
Modern Mathematics: Supplemento di Rendiconti Intellectual Life of the Middle Ages
del Circolo Matematico di Palermo *Theol. Stud. Theological Studies (0040-5639)
*Stud. Hist. Phil. Biol. Biomed. Sci. Studies in Theoria (0040-5825) Theoria (0040-5825)
History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies (0040-5825)
in History and Philosophy of Biological and Theoria (0495-4548) Theoria (0495-4548)
Biomedical Sciences (1369-8486) (0495-4548)
*Stud. Hist. Phil. Mod. Phys. Studies in History and Theoria Hist. Sci. Theoria et Historia Scientiarum
Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History (0867-4159)
and Philosophy of Modern Physics (1355-2198) Theory Biosci. Theory in Biosciences (1431-7613)
*Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci. Studies in the History and Theory Cult. Soc. Theory, Culture, and Society:
Philosophy of Science (0039-3681) Explorations in Critical Social Science
Thomist Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review
Stud. Hist. Sci. Tech. Med. Studies in the History of
(0040-6325)
Science, Technology and Medicine (1024-8048)
Tijdschr. Gesch. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis
Stud. Leibnitiana Studia Leibnitiana
Tijdschr. Stud. Verlichting Tijdschrift voor de Studie
Stud. Lessico. Ital. Studi di Lessicografia Italiana van de Verlichting
Stud. Lit. Imag. Studies in the Literary Imagination TLS TLS: Times Literary Supplement (0307-661X)
Stud. Mater. Dziej. Nauk. Pol. Ser. E Studia i Topoi Topoi: An International Review of Philosophy
Materialy z Dziejów Nauki Polskiej. Seria E: *Traditio Traditio: Studies in Ancient and Medieval
Zagadnienia Ogólne History, Thought, and Religion
Stud. Mediev. Renais. Hist. Studies in Medieval and Trans. Amer. Philol. Assoc. Transactions of the
Renaissance History (0081-8224) American Philological Association
Stud. Medievali Studi Medievali (0391-8467) Trans. C. S. Peirce Soc. Transactions of the Charles
Stud. Philol. Studies in Philology S. Peirce Society
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Trans. Conn. Acad. Arts Sci. Transactions of the War & Soc. War and Society
Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences Welfengarten Welfengarten: Jahrbuch für Essayismus
Trans. Inst. Brit. Geogr. Transactions of the Institute Wellcome Hist. Wellcome History
of British Geographers West. Hist. Quart. Western Historical Quarterly
Trans. Int. Congr. Enlightenment Transactions of the (0043-3810)
International Congress on the Enlightenment Wiener Goethe Ver. Jahrb. Wiener - Goethe - Verein.
*Trans. Newcomen Soc. Transactions of the Jahrbuch (0250-443X)
Newcomen Society (0372-0187) Wiener Klin. Wochenschr. Wiener Klinische
Trans. Roy. Hist. Soc. Transactions of the Royal Wochenschrift
Historical Society Wiener Stud. Wiener Studien
Trans. Royal Soc. Edinburgh Earth Sci. Transactions
William Mary Quart. William and Mary Quarterly
of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (Earth Science)
(0043-5597)
(0263-5933)
Wisc. Acad. Rev. Wisconsin Academy Review
Trans. Wisconsin Acad. Sci. Arts Lett. Transactions
of the Wisconsin Academy of Science, Arts, and Wolfenbütteler Renaiss. Mitt. Wolfenbütteler
Letters Renaissance Mitteilungen
Trends Neurosci. Trends in Neurosciences Wolfenbütteler Stud. Aufklärung Wolfenbütteler
TS y S Trabajo Social y Salud (1130-2976) Studien zur Aufklärung
Tsing-hua hsueh-pao Tsing-hua hsueh-pao (Journal Women Women: A Cultural Review
of Tsing-hua University) Women’s Hist. Rev. Women’s History Review
Twent.-Cent. Brit. Hist. Twentieth-Century British Worldviews Worldviews (1363-5247)
History (0955-2359) Wurzburger Medizin. Mitt. Wurzburger
Ugeskrift Læger Ugeskrift for Læger Medizinhistorische Mitteilungen (0177-5227)
Ugglan Ugglan (1102-4313) *Xinshixue Xinshixue (New History)
Universitas Universitas: Newsletter of the XVIIe Siècle XVIIe Siècle
International Centre for the History of Universities Yale J. Biol. Med. Yale Journal of Biology and
and Science Medicine (0044-0086)
Utilitas Utilitas: A Journal of Utilitarian Studies Yearbk. Res. Cent. Germ. Austrian Exile Stud.
(0953-8208) Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and
*Variants Variants (1573-3084) Austrian Exile Studies (1388-3720)
*Variations Variations: Literaturzeitschrift der *Yeoksa Bipyeong Yeoksa Bipyeong
Universität Zürich (1424-7631) *Yoksa Hakbo Yoksa Hakbo (The Korean Historical
Vermont Hist. Vermont History: Proceedings of the Review)
Vermont Historical Society *Z. Kirchenges. Zeitschrift für Kirchengeschichte
Vesalius Vesalius (XXVesalius) (0044-2925)
VEST VEST: Tidskrift för Vetenskapsstudier Z. Allg. Wissenschaftstheor. Zeitschrift für
(0283-6025) Allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie
Vest. San.-Peter. Univ. Vestnik Z. Bayer. Landesges. Zeitschrift für Bayerische
Sankt-Peterburgskogo universiteta (0132-4624) Landesgeschichte
Vestnik Arkhiv. Vestnik Arkhivista Z. Deut. Morgenldnd. Ges. Zeitschrift der Deutschen
Viator Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies Morgealiindischen Gesellschaft
Vict. Lit. Cult. Victorian Literature and Culture Z. Gesam. Versicherungswis. Zeitschrift fuer die
(1060-1503) gesamte Versicherungswissenschaft
Victorian Newsletter Victorian Newsletter Z. Gesch. Arab.-Islam. Wiss. Zeitschrift für
Victorian Stud. Victorian Studies (0042-5222) Geschichte der Arabisch-Islamischen
Vie Sci. La Vie des Sciences: Comptes Rendus de Wissenschaften (0179-4639)
l’Académie des Sciences Z. Geschichtswiss. Zeitschrift für
*Vierteljahrshef. Zeitgesch. Vierteljahrshefte für Geschichtswissenschaft (0044-2828)
Zeitgeschichte Z. Phil. Forsch. Zeitschrift für Philosophische
VIET Voprosy istorii estestvoznaniia i tekhniki Forschung
(0205-9606) Z. Relig. Geistesgesch. Zeitschrift für Religions- und
Vigiliae Christianae Vigiliae Christianae Geistesgeschichte
(0042-6032) Z. Unternehmensgescht. Zeitschrift für
*Virginia Mag. Hist. Biogr. Virginia Magazine of Unternehmensgeschichte
History and Biography (0042-6636) Zetetic Zetetic Scholar (0741-6229)
*Vivarium Vivarium: Journal for Mediaeval Zhongguo Keji Shiliao Zhongguo Keji Shiliao (China
Philosophy and the Intellectual Life of the Middle Historical Materials of Science and Technology)
Ages (0042-7543) (1000-0798)
Vop. Fil. Voprosy filosofii (0042-8744) Ziran Kexueshi Yanjiu Ziran Kexueshi Yanjiu
Vop. Ist. Voprosy istorii (0042-8779) (Studies in the History of Natural Sciences)
Voz Coleg. Miguel Cervantes La voz del Colegio (1000-0224)
Miguel de Cervantes Zygon Zygon (0591-2385)
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A. Tools for Historians of Science

1. GENERAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE Contents: John V. P ICKSTONE and Roberta


(includes interdisciplinary topics and biographies of B IVINS, “Introduction: ‘De omni scribili,’ ” 1-13;
Harold J. C OOK, “Roy Porter and the Persons of
scientists) History,” 14-21 [ref. 72]; Adrian W ILSON, “Porter
1. A RMON, Rony. “Writing Biographies and Autobi- versus Foucault on the ‘Birth of the Clinic,’ ” 25-35
ographies of Science.” Minerva 45 (2007): 295–304. [ref. 549]; Peter B URKE, “The ‘New History’ of
Essay review of Thomas S ÖDERQVIST, Science as the Enlightenment: An Essay in the Social History
Autobiography (2003); Nelly O UDSHOORN, The of Social History,” 36-45 [ref. 1853]; Ian B URNEY,
Male Pill (2003). “The Politics of Particularism: Medicalization and
Medical Reform in Nineteenth-Century Britain,”
46-57 [ref. 2445]; Dorothy P ORTER, “Charles
2. BALA, Arun. The Dialogue of Civilizations in Babbage and George Birkbeck: Science, Reform
the Birth of Modern Science. (xii + 230 pp.; bibl.; and Radicalism,” 58-69 [ref. 1971]; Colin J ONES,
index.) New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. ISBN: “French Dentists and English Teeth in the Long
1403974683. Eighteenth Century: A Tale of Two Cities and
Multicultural approach to the history of science, One Dentist,” 73-89 [ref. 1869]; Anne S ECORD,
arguing that interactions among civilizations were “Hotbeds and Cool Fruits: The Unnatural Cul-
central to the rise of science. tivation of the Eighteenth-Century Cucumber,”
Reviews: [ref. R57] 90-104 [ref. 1830]; Geoffrey L. H UDSON, “Ar-
guing Disability: Ex-Servicemen’s Own Stories
in Early Modern England, 1590–1790,” 105-117
3. B ENSAUDE -V INCENT, Bernadette, and William [ref. 1325]; Akihito S UZUKI, “Lunacy and Labour-
R. N EWMAN. (Eds.) The Artificial and the Natural: ing Men: Narratives of Male Vulnerability in Mid-
An Evolving Polarity. Dibner Institute Studies in the Victorian London,” 118-128 [ref. 2553]; Lesley
History of Science and Technology. (vi + 331 pp.; ill.; A. H ALL, “ ‘Arrows of Desire’: British Sexual
bibl.; index.) Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2007. Utopians and the Politics of Health,” 129-138
ISBN : 9780262026208. [ref. 2573]; Katharina ROWOLD, “ ‘Twenty Cen-
Contents: Bernadette B ENSAUDE -V INCENT and turies of Christianity Weigh Heavily on Women’s
William R. N EWMAN, “Introduction: The Arti- Brains...’: Anarchism, Science and Women’s Na-
ficial and the Natural State of the Problem,” 1- ture in Spain at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,”
19; Heinrich von S TADEN, “Physis and Technē 139-147 [ref. 3217]; Kim P ELIS, “ ‘A Band of
in Greek Medicine,” 22-49 [ref. 947]; Francis Lunatics down Camberwell Way’: Percy Lane
W OLFF, “The Three Pleasures of Mimēsis Accord- Oliver and Voluntary Blood Donation in Inter-
ing to Aristotle’s Poetics,” 51-66 [ref. 856]; Mark J. war Britain,” 148-158 [ref. 3301]; Mary L INDE -
S CHIEFSKY, “Art and Nature in Ancient Mechan- MANN , “Murder, Melancholy and the Insanity
ics,” 67-108 [ref. 963]; William R. N EWMAN, “Art, Defence in Eighteenth-Century Hamburg,” 161-
Nature, Alchemy, and Demons: The Case of the 172 [ref. 1893]; Chandak S ENGOOPTA, “ ‘One of
Malleus Maleficarum and Its Medieval Sources,” the Best-Known Identity Crises in History’? John
109-133 [ref. 1091]; Dennis Des C HENE, “Forms Stuart Mill’s Mental Crisis and Its Meanings,” 173-
of Art in Jesuit Aristotelianism (with a Coda on 181 [ref. 2551]; Emese L AFFERTON, “Murder by
Descartes),” 135-147 [ref. 1626]; Thomas DaCosta Hypnosis? Altered States and the Mental Geog-
K AUFMANN, “The Artificial and the Natural: raphy of Science,” 182-196 [ref. 2541]; Daniel
Arcimboldo and the Origins of Still Life,” 149- P ICK, “Maladies of the Will: Freedom, Fetters and
184 [ref. 1182]; Anthony G RAFTON, “Renaissance the Fear of Freud,” 197-209 [ref. 3254]; Mark S.
Histories of Art and Nature,” 185-210 [ref. 1180]; M ICALE, “Two Cultures Revisited: The Case of
Horst B REDEKAMP, “Leibniz’s Theater of Nature the Fin de Siècle,” 210-223 [ref. 212]; William F.
and Art and the Idea of a Universal Picture Atlas,” B YNUM, “Roy,” 225-227 [ref. 70].
211-223 [ref. 1562]; Alan G ABBEY, “Spinoza on Reviews: [ref. R105]
the Natural and the Artificial,” 225-237 [ref. 1448];
Jessica R ISKIN, “Eighteenth-Century Wetware,”
239-274 [ref. 1912]; John Hedley B ROOKE, “Over- 5. C ONNER, Clifford D. A People’s History of Sci-
taking Nature? The Changing Scope of Organic ence: Miners, Midwives, and “Low Mechanicks.”
Chemistry in the Nineteenth Century,” 275-292 (xiii + 554 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Nation
[ref. 2158]; Bernadette B ENSAUDE -V INCENT, Books, 2005. ISBN: 1560257482.
“Reconfiguring Nature through Syntheses: From Reviews: [ref. R211]
Plastics to Biomimetics,” 293-312 [ref. 3545].
6. DYSON, Freeman J. The Scientist as Rebel. (xvi +
4. B IVINS, Roberta E., and John V. P ICKSTONE. 360 pp.; bibl.) New York: New York Review Books,
(Eds.) Medicine, Madness, and Social History: Es- 2006. ISBN: 1590172167.
says in Honour of Roy Porter. (x + 295 pp.; ill.; bibl.; Explores the characteristics of scientists by looking
index.) New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. ISBN: at well-known men in the history of science; also
9780230525498. considers topics such as reductionism, ethics, and
2 1. General histories of science

religion in their relationship to science. Beispiel der Tierbilder Lazarus Rötings (1549–
1614),” 97-108 [ref. 1305]; Ekkehard H ÖXTER -
MANN , “Die Schwendener-Schule der Physiologi-
7. E L B OUAZZATI, Bennacer. (Ed.) Les éléments schen Pflanzenanatomie in Berlin – eine Analyse
paradigmatiques thématiques et stylistiques dans la der Richtungen,” 109-150 [ref. 2285]; Uwe H OSS -
pensée scientifique. Manshurat Ma‘had al-Dirasat al- FELD , “Von der Haeckel-Forschung zur Pflan-
Afriqiyah, Série Colloques et séminaires, 116. Rabat, zengenetik – Die zwei Karrieren des Botanikers
Morocco: Publications de la Faculté des Lettres, Heinz Brücher (1915–1991),” 151-172 [ref. 2993];
2004. Ilse JAHN and Hannelore L ANDSBERG, “Alexan-
Series ISSN: 1113-0377. Contributions in French, der Brauns Vorlesung über ‘Generationswechsel’:
English or Arabic. Includes: Gerald H OLTON, Lehrtafeln und Handzeichnungen über ‘Zoophy-
“Perspectives on the Thematic Analysis of Scienti- ten’ im MfN Berlin,” 173-189 [ref. 2274]; Jan
fic Thought,” 33-49. JANKO, “Philosophisch-methodologische Grund-
lagen der Prager medizinischen Dissertatitonen in
8. F OLKERTS, Menso, Ulf H ASHAGEN, and Rudolf 17. und 18. Jahrhundert,” 191-203 [ref. 1601];
S EISING. (Eds.) Form, Zahl, Ordnung. Studien zur Thomas J UNKER, “Carl Nägeli und der Anti-
Wissenschafts- und Technikgeschichte: Festschrift für Darwinismus – von der Vervollkommnungstheorie
Ivo Schneider zum 65. Geburtstag. Boethius, 48. (xi + zur Makroevolution,” 205-219 [ref. 2323]; Ste-
926 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Stuttgart: F. Steiner, 2004. fan K IRSCHNER, “Entwicklungsmechanik und
ISBN : 9783515085250. Paläoanthropologie,” 221-248 [ref. 2345]; Viktor
Divided into 7 parts: Wissenschaftshistorische und A. K RITZMANN, “Die Frühgeschichte der metall-
Wissenschaftstheoretische Reflektionen; Darstel- organischen Chemie: Die Rolle ihrer Leistung bei
lungen Mathematischen Wissens; Geschichte der der Schaffung der modernen organischen Chemie,”
Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung und Statistik; Bi- 249-270 [ref. 2167]; S. S. K RIVOBOKOVA et al.,
ographische Zugänge zur Mathematikgeschichte; “The Beginning of Teaching the Branches of Che-
Revolutionäre der Naturwissenschaften versus mistry at Moscow University (XVIII Century),”
Praktiker der Technik; Entwicklungen und Mod- 271-283 [ref. 1767]; Andreas K ÜHNE and Gudula
ernisierungen der Naturwissenschaften im 18. und M ETZE, “Architekturdarstellungen in der ‘Physica
19. Jahrhundert; Naturwissenschaft, Technik und Sacra’ von Johann Jakob Scheuchzer,” 285-306
Politik im 20. Jahrhundert. Contributors: Rudolf [ref. 1908]; Uta L INDGREN, “Die frühneuzeitliche
S EISING, Menso F OLKERTS, Ulf H ASHAGEN, Geologie auf dem Weg zu ihrer Fachsprache,” 307-
Ivo S CHNEIDER, Hans-Jörg R HEINBERGER, Olaf 315 [ref. 1281]; Freddy L ITTEN, “Wissenschafts-
B REIDBACH, Eberhard K NOBLOCH, Paul Z ICHE, historische Lehrveranstaltungen von ‘Amateuren’
Klaus M AINZER, C. Ulises M OULINES, Joseph an der Universität München, 1900–1963,” 317-
DAUBEN, Michael OTTE, Herbert B REGER, 323 [ref. 2773]; Heribert M. N OBIS and Bernhard
Richard L ORCH, Michael S. M AHONEY, Walter F RITSCHER, “Mittelalterlich-scholastiche Wurzeln
P URKERT, Ivor G RATTAN -G UINNESS, Robert I N - der Mineralogie Georgius Agricolas. Ein Beitrag
EICHEN , Hans F ISCHER , Theodore M. P ORTER, zur Geistesgeschichte der Geowissenschaften der
Erhard S CHOLZ, Rudolf F RITSCH, Fritz K RAFFT, frühen Neuzeit,” 325-357 [ref. 1282]; Vı́tězslav
Jan von P LATO, Jürgen R ENN, Andreas K ÜHNE, O REL, “Animal Breeding and Disease Control in
Stefan K IRSCHNER, Gabor Z EMPLEN, Ludolf the Context of the Origin and the Development
von M ACKENSEN, Juichi M ATSUYAMA, Hans of Genetics, 1800–1950,” 359-367 [ref. 2678];
W USSING, Falk S ELIGER, Charles C. G ILLISPIE, Dagmar S CHELLETTER, Anne R APPERT and Gun-
Andreas K LEINERT, Brigitte H OPPE, Claus dolf K EIL, “Aphorismen zur Arzneiform ‘Salbe’
P RIESNER, Bernhard F RITSCHER, Karl von unter besonderer Berücksichtigung chirurgischer
M EYENN, Dieter S TRAUB, Renate T OBIES, Hel- Fachprosa des deutschen Mittelalters,” 369-403
muth T RISCHLER, Hartmut P ETZOLD, Michael [ref. 1136]; F. S CHMEIDLER and A. L EKHT-
P LAIL, and Tristan S TRAUB. MAN , “Wissenschaftliche Beziehungen zwischen
F. W. Bessel und W. Struve,” 405-418 [ref. 2127];
Reviews: [ref. R347] Richard T OELLNER, “Haller als Botaniker,” 419-
427 [ref. 1831].
9. F OLKERTS, Menso, Stefan K IRSCHNER, and An-
dreas K ÜHNE. (Eds.) Pratum floridum: Festschrift
für Brigitte Hoppe. (x + 431; ill.) Augsburg: Dr. 10. H EILBRON, John L. (Ed.) Advancements of
Erwin Rauner Verlag, 2002. ISBN: 3980712230. Learning: Essays in Honour of Paolo Rossi. Bib-
Contents: Ivo S CHNEIDER, “Der Lebensweg von lioteca di Nuncius, 62. (viii + 276 pp.; ill.; bibl.;
Brigitte Hoppe,” 1-48 [ref. 82]; Claude D EBRU, index.) Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2007. ISBN:
“Die wissenschaftliche Begründung von Biotech- 9788822256553.
nologien, vom historisch-theoretischen Standpunkt Contents: William R. S HEA, “The Scientific Rev-
betrachtet,” 49-59 [ref. 461]; Ariane D R ÖSCHER, olution Revisited,” 1-14 [ref. 1373]; Brian V ICK -
“Camillo Golgi und seine Strategien zur Aner- ERS , “Francis Bacon, Mirror of Each Age,” 15-
kennung des Golgi-Apparates,” 61-74 [ref. 2335]; 57 [ref. 1376]; Lisa JARDINE, “Revisiting Rossi
Menso F OLKERTS, “Wissenschaftshistoriker an on Francis Bacon: Hands-On Science,” 59-76
den Münchner Hoschschulen zwischen 1880 bis [ref. 1371]; John L. H EILBRON, “Jean-André
1931,” 75-96 [ref. 2027]; Sabine H ACKETHAL, Deluc and the Fight for Bacon around 1800,” 77-
“Der Beitrag bildender Künstler zur Entwicklung 99 [ref. 2051]; Rhoda R APPAPORT, “Dangerous
der Zoologie im ausgehenden 16. Jahrhundert: Words: Diluvialism, Neptunism, Catastrophism,”
Kunst- und zoologiehistorische Überlegungen am 101-131 [ref. 380]; Tore F R ÄNGSMYR, “Between
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Charles C. G ILLISPIE, “Science in the Eye of Nineteenth-Century France: A Matter of National
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the differences between popular and scholarly Isis 98 (2007): 489–516.
works.
44. R ADICK, Gregory. “Introduction: Why What
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6 6. The profession of history of science

Contents: John H ENRY, “Ideology, Inevitabil- 52. E KMAN, Tomar, Anders H OULTZ, Chris-
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Possibilities in the Scientific Past and How to Spot
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6. HISTORY OF SCIENCE AS A
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Anyway?” Introduction to Focus Section “What is
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Andrew H AMILTON and Quentin D. W HEELER,
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Katherine PANDORA and Karen A. R ADER, “Sci-
51. C OOTER, Roger. “After Death/After-‘Life’: The
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61. PANDORA, Katherine, and Karen A. R ADER.
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René Taton,” 295–362; Jean D HOMBRES, “René
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fessionnelle des sciences,” 363–382 [ref. 32]; Pingree (1933-2005).” Indian J. Hist. Sci. 41 (2006):
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de l’Antiquité,” 393–396; Jean-Claude M ART-
ZLOFF, “Les chapitres de l’Histoire générale des
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Desargues,” 409–427 [ref. 1491]; Jeanne P EIF - 231–246.
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leçon de René Taton pour aujourd’hui,” 499–514; 553–562.
Jean-Pierre L E G OFF, “Militer pour l’introduction
d’une perspective historique,” 515–533; Robert
H ALLEUX, “René Taton et l’organisation inter- 86. S TEELE, John. “In Memoriam: Asger Aaboe
nationale de l’histoire des sciences,” 547–552 (1922–2007).” Hist. Math. 34 (2007): 377–379.
[ref. 55]; Magda S TAVINSCHI, “René Taton et Obituary.
Pierre Sergescu,” 553–562 [ref. 85]; Efthymios
N ICOLA ÏDIS, “Les élèves étrangers de René Ta- 87. T EICHOVA, Alice, and Mikuláš T EICH. Zwi-
ton,” 563–569; Patrice B RET, “Images d’un sa- schen der kleinen und der grossen Welt: ein gemein-
vant jacobin,” 571–590; Hans B OTS, “Etudes des sames Leben im 20. Jahrhundert. Edited by Gert
réseaux de correspondances,” 591–599; Chris- D RESSEL and Michaela R EISCHITZ. Damit es nicht
tian G ILAIN, “L’édition d’œuvres complètes et verlorengeht, 55. (250 pp.; ill.; bibl.) Wien: Böhlau,
l’héritage de René Taton,” 601–605; Patrice B RET, 2005. ISBN: 3205773578.
“La marque ultime de René Taton,” 607–609; Autobiography of the historian of science Mikuláš
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Colbert,” 619–620; Roger H AHN, “René Taton
et le renouvellement de l’histoire des institutions
scientifiques,” 621–628; Jean-Claude P ONT, “René
Taton ou l’insistance souriante,” 629–633; Roger
L AURENT, “Jean-Henri Lambert, entre géométrie
pratique et géométrie spéculative,” 635–639; Jean-
Pierre K AHANE, “Postface,” 651–653.

76. K ING, David A. “Asger Hartvig Aaboe, 1922–


2007.” Isis 98 (2007): 796–798.
Obituary.
B. Theoretical Approaches to Understanding Science

10. CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY OF of the sciences based on mechanisms and models


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(see also 102-History of philosophy) based explanations, with historical, philosophical,
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88. BACHIMONT, Bruno. “Formal Signs and Nu-
merical Computation: Between Intuitionism and
97. H ANSSON, Sven Ove. “Falsificationism Falsi-
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98. H ANSSON, Sven Ove. “Values in Pure and Ap-
plied Science.” Found. Sci. 12 (2007): 257–268.
89. BARNES, Eric C. The Paradox of Predictivism.
(x + 265 pp.; bibl.; index.) New York: Cambridge
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90. B ONIOLO, Giovanni. On Scientific Representa-
tions: From Kant to a New Philosophy of Science. Dissertation at State University of New York at
(xx + 251 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Basingstoke, Hamp- Buffalo, 2007. Advisor: Dipert, Randall and Ken-
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0230522084.
100. H EDFORS, Eva. “Reading Fleck: Questions on
91. B OSCH, Reinoud. “Pragmatism and the Practical Philosophy and Science.” Diss. Abstr. Int. C 68/04
Relevance of Truth.” Found. Sci. 12 (2007): 189–201. (2007): 878.
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(Sweden), 2006. Pub. no. AAT C829925. 183
92. C ONTESSA, Gabriele. “Scientific Models, Partial pp. An effort to put Ludwig Fleck in context, to
Structures and the New Received View of Theories.” demonstrate that he was an ardent proponent of
Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci. 37 (2006): 370–377. science, and to show that the current received view
Essay review of Newton C. A. da C OSTA, Science of Fleck’s work does not do justice to his actual
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93. D ESROCHES, Dennis. Francis Bacon and the 101. H UNG, Edwin H.-C. Beyond Kuhn: Scientific
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in British Philosophy. (x + 225 pp.; bibl.; index.) and Physical Necessity. (xv + 146 pp.; bibl.; index.)
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convention of methodological naturalism since the
middle ages and how it has been conceptualized, 105. L ARSON, Ronald G. “Perspectives on Current
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pp.; bibl.; index.) Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006. “Changing Directions in History and Philosophy of
ISBN : 0754656497. Science.” Isis 99 (2008): 88–96.
Looking at philosophers from Descartes to Feyer- Contents: Lorraine DASTON, “On Scientific Obser-
abend, this book asks “how the historical process vation,” 97–110; Peter G ALISON, “Ten Problems
affects our conception of science, including our in History and Philosophy of Science,” 111–124;
understanding of its validity as well as our general Michael F RIEDMAN, “History and Philosophy of
conception of knowledge.” (from the publisher) Science in a New Key,” 125–134.

108. M CARTHUR, Dan. “The Anti-Philosophical 118. S ANITT, Nigel. (Ed.) Motivating Science: Sci-
Stance, the Realism Question and Scientific Practice.” ence from a Philosophical, Educational and Cultural
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Pantaneto Press, 2005. ISBN: 0954978005.
Selection of articles taken from The Pantaneto
109. M C L EISH, Christina. “Am I a Rodent?” Stud.
Forum, which explores communication among
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scientists and its relationship to the philosophical
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See also: Christina M C L EISH, “Realism Bit by index.) Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate, 2008. ISBN:
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120. T ORRETTI, Roberto. “The Problem of Time’s
111. M ILLER, David. Out of Error: Further Es- Arrow Historico-Critically Reexamined.” Stud. Hist.
says on Critical Rationalism. (ix + 304 pp.; ill.; Phil. Mod. Phys. 38 (2007): 732–756.
bibl.; index.) Aldershot, Hants, England; Burling- The article is concerned with the utility of history
ton, VT: Ashgate Pub., 2006. ISBN: 0754650685, and philosophy of science, focusing on Ludwig
9780754650683. Boltzmann’s work.
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121. T URNER, Derek D. Making Prehistory: His-
112. M LADENOVIC, Bojana. “ ‘Muckraking in His- torical Science and the Scientific Realism Debate.
tory’: The Role of the History of Science in Kuhn’s Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology. (xiv
Philosophy.” Perspect. Sci. 15 (2007): 261–294. + 223 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780521875202.
Philosophical study of how and to what extent we
113. M USGRAVE, Alan. Rationality and Reality: can know things about the past.
Conversations with Alan Musgrave. Edited by Colin
C HEYNE and John W ORRALL. Studies in History
and Philosophy of Science, 20. (x + 337 pp.; bibl.; 122. V IENNOT, Laurence, and Claude D EBRU.
index.) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, 2006. (Eds.) Enquête sur le concept de causalité. Sci-
ISBN : 9781402042065. ence, histoire et société. (vii + 207 pp.; ill.; bibl.)
Reviews: [ref. R737] Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 2003. ISBN:
2130535917.

114. P ICKOVER, Clifford A. Archimedes to Hawk-


ing: Laws of Science and the Great Minds behind 123. W EISBERG, Michael. “Who is a Modeler?”
Them. (ix + 514 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Ox- Brit. J. Phil. Sci. 58 (2007): 207–233.
ford University Press, 2008. ISBN: 9780195336115. “I consider two examples of theory construction
in detail: Volterra’s treatment of post-WWI fishery
dynamics and Mendeleev’s construction of the
115. P SILLOS, Stathis, and Martin C URD. (Eds.) periodic system.” (from the abstract)
The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Science.
Routledge Philosophy Companions. (xxvii + 619 pp.;
ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Routledge, 2008. ISBN:
9780415354035. 11. SOCIOLOGY OF SCIENCE;
PSYCHOLOGY OF SCIENCE
116. R ADDER, Hans. The World Observed/The 124. A KERA, Atsushi. “Constructing a Representa-
World Conceived. (x + 220 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) tion for an Ecology of Knowledge: Methodological
Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006. Advances in the Integration of Knowledge and Its
ISBN : 0822942844. Various Contexts.” Soc. Stud. Sci. 37 (2007): 413–
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125. A LLUM, Nick, Patrick S TURGIS, Dimitra On the role of place in the creation of creative
TABOURAZI, and Ian B RUNTON -S MITH. “Science cultures in art and science.
Knowledge and Attitudes across Cultures: A Meta-
analysis.” Public Underst. Sci. 17 (2008): 35–54.
132. G ULBRANDSEN, Magnus, and Liv
L ANGFELDT. “In Search of ‘Mode 2’: The Na-
126. BAUER, Martin W., Nick A LLUM, and Steve ture of Knowledge Production in Norway.” Minerva
M ILLER. “What Can We Learn from 25 Years of 42 (2004): 237–250.
PUS Survey Research? Liberating and Expanding
the Agenda.” Part of a special issue: “Publics and 133. H AMLIN, Christopher. “STS: Where the Marx-
Science—New Understandings” [ref. 168]. Public ist Critique of Capitalist Science Goes to Die?” Sci.
Underst. Sci. 16 (2007): 79–95. Cult. 16 (2007): 467–474.
Response to Gary W ERSKEY, “The Marxist Cri-
127. C OLLINS, Harry. “A New Programme of Re- tique of Capitalist Science” Sci. Cult. 16 (2007):
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Contents: Harry C OLLINS and Gary S ANDERS, Chaos Theory and the Challenge of Learning Across
“They Give You the Keys and Say ‘Drive It!’ Disciplines. (288 pp.; 6x9;.) Chicago: University Of
Managers, Referred Expertise, and Other Exper- Chicago Press, 2008. ISBN: 0226429784.
tises,” 621–641; Jeff S HRAGER, “The Evolution “By engaging with recent debates about interdis-
of BioBike: Community Adaptation of a Bio- ciplinary research, Kellert contributes a theoretical
computing Platform,” 642–656; Harry C OLLINS, vocabulary and a set of critical frameworks for
Robert E VANS and Mike G ORMAN, “Trading the rigorous examination of borrowing.” (from the
Zones and Interactional Expertise,” 657–666; publisher)
Harry C OLLINS, “Mathematical Understanding
and the Physical Sciences,” 667–685; Robert
E VANS, “Social Networks and Private Spaces 135. L ENOIR, Timothy. “Techno-Humanism: Re-
in Economic Forecasting,” 686–697; Lekelia D. quiem for the Cyborg.” In Genesis Redux, edited by
J ENKINS, “Bycatch: Interactional Expertise, Dol- R ISKIN (2007) [ref. 597], 196–220.
phins and the US Tuna Fishery,” 698–712; Rodrigo
R IBEIRO, “The Role of Interactional Expertise in 136. L I Xiao-bo and Z HU Li-jun. “Sociology of
Interpreting: The Case of Technology Transfer in science and scientific rhetoric.” [Translated title.] In
the Steel Industry,” 713–721; Evan S ELINGER, Hu- Chinese. J. Dial. Natur. 28, no. 1 (2006): 47–52.
bert D REYFUS and Harry C OLLINS, “Interactional
Expertise and Embodiment,” 722–740; Theresa
S CHILHAB, “Interactional Expertise through the 137. L I Xing-min. “The function of the appreciation
Looking Glass: A Peek at Mirror Neurons,” 741– of beauty in science.” [Translated title.] In Chinese.
747; Martin W EINEL, “Primary Source Knowledge J. Dial. Natur. 28, no. 1 (2006): 8–15.
and Technical Decision-Making: Mbeki and the On the various functions of beauty in science (men-
AZT Debate,” 748–760. tal, cultural, epistemological, and methodological).
On its power on scientists in scientific investiga-
tions and the evaluation and justification of scien-
128. C UTCLIFFE, Stephen H. Ideas, Machines, and tific theories.
Values: An Introduction to Science, Technology, and
Society Studies. (xii + 179 pp.; bibl.; index.) Lanham,
MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2000. ISBN: 138. L IU Hai-xia. “Shapin’s Reflections on Tra-
0742500667; 0742500675. ditional Views of Science.” [Translated title.] In
Chinese. Kexue Jishu yu Bianzhengfa 24, no. 2
(2007): 50–53.
129. D URANT, Darrin. “Accounting for Expertise:
Wynne and the Autonomy of the Lay Public Actor.”
139. LYNCH, Michael. “From Ruse to Farce.” First
Public Underst. Sci. 17 (2008): 5–20.
article in a symposium on “Expert Metascientists.”
Reply: Brian W YNNE, “Elephants in the Rooms Soc. Stud. Sci. 36 (2006): 819–826.
Where Publics Encounter ‘Science’? A Response On the role of science studies in political cases,
to Darrin Durant, ‘Accounting for Expertise: focusing on the expert testimony of Michael Ruse
Wynne and the Autonomy of the Lay Public,’ ” and Steve Fuller in two different court cases on
21–33. the teaching of alternatives to evolution in Amer-
ican public schools. Symposium contents: Steve
130. F INNEGAN, Diarmid A. “The Spatial Turn: F ULLER, “A Step toward the Legalization of Sci-
Geographical Approaches in the History of Science.” ence Studies,” 827–834 [ref. 3451]; Kevin L AM -
J. Hist. Biol. 41 (2008): 369–388. BERT , “Fuller’s Folly, Kuhnian Paradigms, and
Intelligent Design,” 835–842 [ref. 3596]; Gary
E DMOND and David M ERCER, “Anti-social Epis-
131. G IERYN, Thomas F. “Instrumentalities of Place temologies,” 843–853; Simon A. C OLE, “Wit-
in Science and Art.” In Instruments in Art and Sci- nessing Creation,” 855–860 [ref. 190]; Michael E.
ence, edited by S CHRAMM et al. (2008) [ref. 1419], G ORMAN, “STS, Ethics, and Knowledge Transfer
394–421. in the Courtroom: Personal Experiences,” 861–
12 12. Linguistic & visual aspects of science

866; Michael LYNCH, “Expert Metascientists,” with an introduction by Lissa ROBERTS. (304 pp.)
867–868. Amsterdam: Balans, 2005. ISBN: 9050187099.
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140. M AGNUS, P. D. “Distributed Cognition and the
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Dial. Natur. 27, no. 3 (2005): 64–70.
141. N OWOTNY, Helga, Peter S COTT, and Michael
G IBBONS. “Introduction: ‘Mode 2’ Revisited: The
New Production of Knowledge.” Special issue dis- 148. T UCKER, Aviezer. “The Political Theory of
cussing Gibbons et al. (eds.), The New Production of French Science Studies in Context.” Perspect. Sci. 15
Knowledge (1994) and Nowotny et al. (eds.), Rethink- (2007): 202–221.
ing Science (2001). Minerva 41 (2003): 179–194.
Contents: Roy M AC L EOD, “Preface,” 177–178; 149. V RIES, Gerard de. “What is Political in Sub-
John de la M OTHE, “Re-Thinking Policy in the politics? How Aristotle Might Help STS.” Soc. Stud.
New Republic of Knowledge,” 195–205; Olle Sci. 37 (2007): 781–809.
E DQVIST, “Layered Science and Science Poli-
cies,” 207–221; Sheila JASANOFF, “Technologies
of Humility: Citizen Participation in Governing 150. WANG Yan-yu and Z HANG Xiang. “On the SSK
Science,” 223–244; Dominique P ESTRE, “Regimes Challenge to Merton’s Ethos of Science.” [Translated
of Knowledge Production in Society: Towards a title.] In Chinese. Kexue Jishu yu Bianzhengfa 24,
More Political and Social Reading,” 245–261; no. 3 (2007): 32–35.
Marilyn S TRATHERN, “Re-Describing Society,” The author argues that SSK has not yet successfully
263–276. challenged the core of Merton’s framework and
shows that there are commonalities in the two
approaches.
142. S ANDEN, Maarten C. A. van der, and Frans J.
M EIJMAN. “Dialogue Guides Awareness and Under-
standing of Science: An Essay on Different Goals of
Dialogue Leading to Different Science Communica- 12. STUDIES OF LINGUISTIC AND VISUAL
tion Approaches.” Public Underst. Sci. 17 (2008): ASPECTS OF SCIENCE
89–103.
151. B ERTHELOT, Jean-Michel. (Ed.) Figures du
texte scientifique. Science, histoire et société. (312
143. S CHROEDER, Ralph. Rethinking Science, Tech- pp.; bibl.; index.) Paris: Presses universitaires de
nology and Social Change. (ix + 179 pp.; ill.; bibl.; France, 2003. ISBN: 2130522343.
index.) Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press,
2007. ISBN: 9780804755887. Contents (from the publisher): Jean-Michel
B ERTHELOT, “Le texte scientifique, struc-
Makes a case for a pragmatic and historically tures et métamorphoses”; Karine C HEMLA,
informed technological determinism. “Les catégories textuelles de ‘Classique’ et
de ‘Commentaire’ dans leur mise en oeuvre
144. S ELINGER, Evan, and Robert P. C REASE. mathématique en Chine ancienne”; Marie-Claire
(Eds.) The Philosophy of Expertise. (vi + 421 pp.; ROBIC, “L’exemplarité du ‘Tableau géographique
bibl.; index.) New York: Columbia University Press, de la France’ de Paul Vidal de La Blache”;
2006. ISBN: 0231136447. Claude ROSENTAL, “Richesse et ivresse de la
Contributors: Edward S AID, Alvin G OLDMAN, démonstration. Les textes scientifiques en logique”;
Peter S INGER, Hubert D REYFUS, Julia A NNAS, Francis A FFERGAN, “La fabrique du texte eth-
Harry C OLLINS, and Don I HDE. nologique, stratégies et modèles”; Pierre-Henri
C ASTEL, “La ‘Traumdeutung’ texte scientifique
Reviews: [ref. R918] ou texte canonique ?”; Maı̈a FANSTEN, “La trans-
cription du Séminaire de Lacan, oralité et tex-
145. S HANK, J. B. “The Sciences in Old Regime tualité”; Olivier M ARTIN, “Les mathématiques
France: A Review of Recent Scholarship.” French dans l’écriture en sciences humaines. Evolu-
Hist. Stud. 28 (2005): 661–695. tions textuelles, transformations conceptuelles et
épistémologiques”; Cécile C OLLINET, “L’écriture
A general overview of the history of “science stud-
des textes sociologiques et historiques en STAPS”;
ies” in France as well as a multiple book review.
Patricia VANNIER, “Inscription scientifique et mise
Essay review of Monique P ELLETIER, Les cartes
en norme des savoirs dans le texte sociologique de
des Cassini (2002); Jessica R ISKIN, Science in the
l’après-guerre.”
Age of Sensibility (2002); Mary T ERRALL, The
Man Who Flattened the Earth (2002); Elizabeth A.
W ILLIAMS, A Cultural History of Medical Vital- 152. C ALVERT, Jane. “The Idea of ‘Basic Research’
ism in Enlightenment Montpellier (2003); Kathleen in Language and Practice.” Minerva 42 (2004): 251–
Anne W ELLMAN, Making Science Social (2003); 268.
E. C. S PARY, Utopia’s Garden (2000).
153. DASTON, Lorraine, and Peter G ALISON. Ob-
146. S HAPIN, Steven, and Simon S CHAFFER. We- jectivity. (501 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Zone
tenschap is cultuur. Translated by Fred H ENDRIKS Books, 2007. ISBN: 9781890951788.
12. Linguistic & visual aspects of science 13

Explores the emergence of objectivity through the in the Coining of Science Domain Names).” Isis 98
study of images in scientific atlases since the 18th (2007): 290–309.
century.

154. G ROSS, Alan G. Starring the Text: The Place of


Rhetoric in Science Studies. (x + 216 pp.; ill.; bibl.;
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155. H ACKING, Ian. “Trees of Logic, Trees of Por-


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156. K RAMER, Cheryce. “Digital Beasts as Visual


Esperanto: Getty Images and the Colonization of
Sight.” In Thinking with Animals, edited by DASTON
and M ITMAN (2005) [ref. 438], 137–171.
On the commercial image provider Getty Images
and the photographer Tim Flach.

157. K R ÄMER, Sybille. “The Productivity of Blanks:


On the Mathematical Zero and the Vanishing Point in
Central Perspective. Remarks on the Convergences
between Science and Art in the Early Modern Pe-
riod.” In Instruments in Art and Science, edited by
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158. L ORUSSO, Lorenzo. “Neurological Caricatures


since the 15th Century.” Special Issue: “Visual Im-
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17 (2008): 314–334.
“Caricatures were popular portraits of develop-
ments in science and medicine and were frequently
used whenever scientific language was too diffi-
cult to disseminate, in particular in the field of
neurology.” (from the abstract)

159. N ORMAN, Jesse. After Euclid: Visual Reason-


ing and the Epistemology of Diagrams. CSLI Lecture
Notes, 175. (xi + 176 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Stanford,
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160. PAUWELS, Luc. (Ed.) Visual Cultures of


Science: Rethinking Representational Practices in
Knowledge Building and Science Communication.
Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture. (xix + 299 pp.;
ill.; bibl.; index.) Lebanon: University Press of New
England, 2005. ISBN: 1584655119.
Includes essays on various aspects of representa-
tion in science, including focused articles on X-ray
images in medicine, wall charts in science educa-
tion, and Pauling’s theory of antibody formation.
Contributors include: Michael LYNCH, Bernike
PASVEER, Francesco PANESE, Massimiano B UC -
CHI , Luc PAUWELS, Alberto C AMBROSIO , Daniel
JACOBI, Peter K EATING, John G RADY, and Jean
T RUMBO.

161. P ROCTOR, Robert N. “ ‘-Logos’, ‘-Ismos’, and


‘-Ikos’: The Political Iconicity of Denominative Suf-
fixes in Science (or, Phonesthemic Tints and Taints
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20. SCIENCE AND ITS INTERACTION WITH 168. E INSIEDEL, Edna. “Editorial: Of Publics and
SOCIETY AND CULTURE, GENERAL WORKS Science.” Introduction to a special issue: “Publics
and Science—New Understandings.” Public Underst.
(includes popular culture; popularization of science; Sci. 16 (2007): 5–6.
public understanding of science) Contents: Wolfgang WAGNER, “Vernacular Sci-
162. A LEXANDER, Jennifer Karns. The Mantra ence Knowledge: Its Role in Everyday Life Com-
of Efficiency: From Waterwheel to Social Con- munication,” 7–22; Kate B URNINGHAM et al.,
trol. (xvii + 233 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Baltimore: “Industrial Constructions of Publics and Public
The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. ISBN: Knowledge: A Qualitative Investigation of Practice
9780801886935. in the UK Chemicals Industry,” 23–43 [ref. 3546];
Jack S TILGOE, “The (Co-)production of Public
Using case studies from Great Britain, France, Uncertainty: UK Scientific Advice on Mobile
Germany, and the United States, the book deals Phone Health Risks,” 45–61 [ref. 3801]; Aaro
with the variety of ways the notion of efficiency T UPASELA, “Re-examining Medical Moderniza-
has been employed, from the industrial to the tion: Framing the Public in Finnish Biomedical
personal. Research Policy,” 63–78 [ref. 3677]; Martin W.
BAUER, Nick A LLUM and Steve M ILLER, “What
163. A RTIGAS, Mariano. “Reliability of Science Can We Learn from 25 Years of PUS Survey Re-
and Its Cultural Impact.” In Wisdom or Knowledge? search? Liberating and Expanding the Agenda,”
Science, Theology and Cultural Dynamics, edited by 79–95 [ref. 126]; José Luis L UJ ÁN and Oliver
M EISINGER et al. (2007) [ref. 233], 25–37. T ODT, “Precaution in Public: The Social Percep-
tion of the Role of Science and Values in Policy
Making,” 97–109 [ref. 3463].
164. B LOK, Anders, Mette J ENSEN, and Pernille
K ALTOFT. “Social Identities and Risk: Expert and
Lay Imaginations on Pesticide Use.” Public Underst. 169. F ENGLER, Silke, and Stefan K REBS. “In
Sci. 17 (2008): 189–209. Celluloidgewittern—Die mediale Konstruktion
von Wissenschaft und Technik als Paradigma
des Ersten Weltkrieges.” Translated title: [“In
165. B OUDIA, Soraya, and Nathalie JAS. “Intro- Celluloidgewittern”—The Medial Construction of
duction: Risk and ‘Risk Society’ in Historical Per- Science and Technology as a Paradigm of World
spective.” Special issue on Risk Society in Historical War One.] In German. Technikgeschichte 72 (2005):
Perspective. Hist. & Tech. 23 (2007): 317–331. 227–241.
Contents: Jean-Baptiste F RESSOZ, “Beck Back On the media presentation of science and technol-
in the 19th Century: Towards a Genealogy of ogy in present-day historical television documen-
Risk Society,” 333–350 [ref. 2624]; Pierre-Antoine taries.
D ESSAUX, “Chemical Expertise and Food Mar-
ket Regulation in Belle-Epoque France,” 351–368
[ref. 2673]; Nathalie JAS, “Public Health and Pes- 170. G ROEN, Adriaan in’t, Henk JAN DE J ONGE, Ed-
ticide Regulation in France before and after Silent uard K LASEN, Hilje PAPMA, and Piet VAN S LOOTEN.
Spring,” 369–388 [ref. 3706]; Soraya B OUDIA, (Eds.) Knowledge in Ferment: Dilemmas in Sci-
“Global Regulation: Controlling and Accepting ence, Scholarship and Society. (294 pp.; ill.; index.)
Radioactivity Risks,” 389–406 [ref. 3697]; Do- Amsterdam: Leiden University Press, 2007. ISBN:
minique P ESTRE, “The Historical Heritage of the 9789087280178.
19th and 20th Centuries: Techno-Science, Mar- “Nineteen Leiden University scholars and scientists
kets and Regulations in a Long-Term Perspective,” evaluate the great controversies that dominate their
407–420. fields.” (from the publisher)

166. B ROKS, Peter. Understanding Popular Science. 171. H ILZ, Helmut, and Georg S CHWEDT. “Zur
Issues in Cultural and Media Studies. (x + 183 pp.; Belustigung und Belehrung”: Experimentierbücher
bibl.; index.) New York: Open University Press, aus zwei Jahrhunderten. Catalog from an exhibition:
2006. ISBN: 9780335215492. Foyer der Bibliothek des Deutschen Museums vom
Looks at period from 19th century to the present. 22. November 2002 bis zum 28. Februar 2003. (115
Reviews: [ref. R141] pp.; ill.) Berlin: Deutsches Museum, 2002. ISBN:
9783928186643.
Deals with the popularization of science from the
167. D ODDS, Rachel E., Efrat T SE ËLON, and Emma late Enlightenment to the early 20th century.
L. C. W EITKAMP. “Making Sense of Scientific
Claims in Advertising. A Study of Scientifically
Aware Consumers.” Public Underst. Sci. 17 (2008): 172. K AMIL, Neil. Fortress of the Soul: Violence,
211–230. Metaphysics, and Material Life in the Huguenots’
New World, 1517–1751. Early America. (xxiv +
22. Science & politics, law, economics 15

1058 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins 182. ROELCKE, Volker, and Giovanni M AIO. (Eds.)
University Press, 2005. ISBN: 0801873908. Twentieth-Century Ethics of Human Subjects Rese-
On the artisanal and religious culture of the arch: Historical Perspectives on Values, Practices,
Huguenots in New York. and Regulations. Medical History. (361 pp.; ill.;
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ISBN : 351508455X.
Contains essays originally presented as papers at
173. KOERTGE, Noretta. “The Science Wars.” Min- a conference held in May 2001 at the Institut für
erva 45 (2007): 105–111. Medizin- und Wissenschaftgeschichte, Universität
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174. S OKAL, Alan D. Beyond the Hoax: Science,


Philosophy, and Culture. (xxi + 465 pp.; bibl.; index.) 22. SCIENCE AND POLITICS, LAW, AND
Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. ECONOMICS
ISBN : 9780199239207. (includes science policy, patronage, international
The book focuses on pseudo-science, religion, and relations)
science in contemporary culture.
183. A SH, Mitchell G. “Wissenschaft und Poli-
tik als Ressourcen für einander—Programmatische
175. Z HANG Chun-cheng. “On the Historical De-
Überlegungen am Beispiel Deutschlands.” In
velopment of the Relationship between Science and
Wissenschaftsgeschichte heute, edited by Jürgen
Humanity.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. Kexue
B ÜSCHENFELD et al. (Bielefeld: Verlag für Re-
Jishu yu Bianzhengfa 24, no. 6 (2007): 8–10.
gionalgeschichte, 2001), 117–134.
Explores the relationship between science and
humanism, especially their conflict in modern and
post-modern industrial civilization; claims that 184. BARALDI, Enrico, and Torkel S TR ÖMSTEN.
Marxism exhibits an integration of the two. “Combining Scientific Knowledge and Venture Cap-
ital across Places and Networks of Resources.” In
Taking Place, edited by BARALDI et al. (2006)
[ref. 3329], 247–274.
21. SCIENCE AND ETHICS
176. B URNS, Gene. The Moral Veto: Framing Con- 185. BARKE, Richard P. “Politics and Interests in the
traception, Abortion, and Cultural Pluralism in the Republic of Science.” Minerva 41 (2003): 305–325.
United States. (xi + 340 pp.; bibl.; index.) New Uses Polanyi’s notion of “the republic of science”
York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, 2005. ISBN: to explore the way that the governance of the sci-
9780521552097. entific community in the United States resembles
Reviews: [ref. R157] the country’s republican system of governance.

177. C APLAN, Arthur L. “The Ethics of Evil: The 186. B IAGIOLI, Mario. “Patent Republic: Repre-
Challenge and the Lessons of Nazi Medical Experi- senting Inventions, Constructing Rights and Authors.”
ments.” In Dark Medicine, edited by L A F LEUR et al. Soc. Res. 73 (2006): 1129–1172.
(2007) [ref. 530], 63–72.
187. B URNETT, D. Graham. “Introduction: Cross-
178. F ULLER, Michael. “Biotechnology and Ethics: Examination?” Focus Section: “Science and the
A Locus for the Reintegration of Science and Wis- Law.” Isis 98 (2007): 310–314.
dom?” In Wisdom or Knowledge? Science, Theology Contents: Silvia De R ENZI, “Medical Expertise,
and Cultural Dynamics, edited by M EISINGER et al. Bodies, and the Law in Early Modern Courts,”
(2007) [ref. 233], 127–134. 315–322 [ref. 1613]; Daniel J. K EVLES, “Patents,
Protections, and Privileges: The Establishment of
Intellectual Property in Animals and Plants,” 323–
179. KOMATSU, Yoshihiko. “The Age of a ‘Revo- 331 [ref. 2945]; Alison W INTER, “A Forensics of
lutionized Human Body’ and the Right to Die.” In the Mind,” 332–343 [ref. 3477]; Sheila JASANOFF,
Dark Medicine, edited by L A F LEUR et al. (2007) “Bhopal’s Trials of Knowledge and Ignorance,”
[ref. 530], 180–200. 344–350 [ref. 3457].

180. L ACEY, Hugh. Values and Objectivity in Sci- 188. C ARROLL, Patrick. Science, Culture, and Mod-
ence: The Current Controversy about Transgenic ern State Formation. (xiii + 275 pp.; maps; ill.; bibl.;
Crops. (xiii + 289 pp.; bibl.; index.) Lanham, index.) Berkeley: University of California Press,
MD: Lexington Books, 2005. ISBN: 0739110454; 2006. ISBN: 0520247531.
0739111418. Focusing on British activity in Ireland, the book
deals with the ways in which experimental science,
181. P ORCIONATTO, Marimélia A. “Projeto Genoma engineering practices, and new technologies were
Humano: uma leitura atenta do livro da vida?” Cir- closely tied to statecraft since the 17th century.
cumscribere 2 (2007): 51–63. Reviews: [ref. R171]
16 23. Science & politics, law, economics

189. C HANDLER, Jennifer. “The Autonomy of Tech- Nikolai K REMENTSOV, “Big Revolution, Little
nology: Do Courts Control Technology or Do They Revolution: Science and Politics in Bolshevik
Just Legitimize Its Social Acceptance?” Special is- Russia,” 1173–1204 [ref. 2712]; Philip K ITCHER,
sue: IASTS conference issue. Bull. Sci. Tech. Soc. 27 “Public Knowledge and the Difficulties of Democ-
(2007): 339–348. racy,” 1205–1224 [ref. 194]; David K AISER, “The
Physics of Spin: Sputnik Politics and American
Physicists in the 1950s,” 1225–1252 [ref. 3535];
190. C OLE, Simon A. “Witnessing Creation.” Part of
M. Norton W ISE, “Thoughts on the Politicization
a symposium on “Expert Metascientists” [ref. 139].
of Science through Commercialization,” 1253–
Soc. Stud. Sci. 36 (2006): 855–860.
1272 [ref. 204]; Theodore M. P ORTER, “Speaking
On the role of science studies scholars as legal Precision to Power: The Modern Political Role of
experts, comparing Steve Fuller’s testamony in Social Science,” 1273–1294 [ref. 493].
the Kitzmiller case with the author’s testimony in
fingerprinting cases.
198. M ARRES, Noortje. “The Issues Deserve More
191. E VANS, Robert, and Alexandra P LOWS. “Lis- Credit: Pragmatist Contributions to the Study of
tening Without Prejudice?: Re-discovering the Value Public Involvement in Controversy.” Soc. Stud. Sci.
of the Disinterested Citizen.” Soc. Stud. Sci. 37 37 (2007): 759–780.
(2007): 827–853. Uses pragmatic political theorists Dewey and Lipp-
“Taking debates about medical genomics in the mann to further elaborate the nature of public in-
UK as an illustrative example, we argue that more volvement in STS issues.
heterogeneous participation and debate have the
potential to improve the scrutiny and accountability
of science within representative democracies.” 199. M C C ORMICK, Sabrina. “Democratizing Sci-
(from the abstract) ence Movements: A New Framework for Mobiliza-
tion and Contestation.” Soc. Stud. Sci. 37 (2007):
609–623.
192. G EUNA, Aldo, and Ben R. M ARTIN. “Univer-
sity Research Evaluation and Funding: An Interna- Explores these movements that legitimate lay per-
tional Comparison.” Minerva 41 (2003): 277–304. spectives, focusing on the anti-dam movement in
Brazil and the environmental breast cancer move-
ment in the USA.
193. JACOB, Margaret C. “Afterword: Science,
Global Capitalism and the State.” In Science and
Empire in the Atlantic World, edited by D ELBOURGO 200. M OSES, Lyria Bennett. “The Legal Landscape
and D EW (2008) [ref. 614], 333–344. Following Technological Change: Paths to Adapta-
tion.” Special issue: IASTS conference issue. Bull.
Sci. Tech. Soc. 27 (2007): 408–416.
194. K ITCHER, Philip. “Public Knowledge and the
Difficulties of Democracy.” Soc. Res. 73 (2006):
1205–1224. 201. PARENTI, Christian. The Soft Cage: Surveil-
lance in America, from Slave Passes to the Patriot
195. K RIMSKY, Sheldon. Science in the Private In- Act. (xii + 273 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York:
terest: Has the Lure of Profits Corrupted Biomedical Basic Books, 2003. ISBN: 9780465054855.
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Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2004. ISBN:
0742543714.
Reviews: [ref. R596] 202. S CHECTER, Darrow. “Liberalisms and the Lim-
its of Knowledge and Freedom: On the Epistemo-
logical and Social Bases of Negative Liberty.” Hist.
196. L ATOUR, Bruno. “Turning around Politics: A Europ. Ideas 33 (2007): 195–211.
Note on Gerard de Vries’ Paper.” Soc. Stud. Sci. 37
(2007): 811–820.
Commentary on Gerard de V RIES, “What is Po- 203. WATSON, James D. “Genes and Politics.” In
litical in Sub-politics? How Aristotle Might Help Davenport’s Dream, edited by W ITKOWSKI and
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197. M ACK, Arien. “Editor’s Introduction.” Intro- 204. W ISE, M. Norton. “Thoughts on the Politiciza-
duction to a special issue: “Politics and Science: An tion of Science through Commercialization.” Soc.
Historical View.” Soc. Res. 73 (2006): v–vi. Res. 73 (2006): 1253–1272.
Contents: Rivka F ELDHAY, “Authority, Politi-
cal Theology, and the Politics of Knowledge
in the Transition from Medieval to Early Mod- 205. W YNNE, Brian. “Public Participation in Sci-
ern Catholicism,” 1065–1092 [ref. 227]; David ence and Technology: Performing and Obscuring a
C AHAN, “The ‘Imperial Chancellor of the Sci- Political–Conceptual Category Mistake.” Part of a
ences’: Helmholtz between Science and Politics,” special issues on Public Participation in Science and
1093–1128 [ref. 1968]; Mario B IAGIOLI, “Patent Technology in East Asia [ref. 3450]. East Asian STS
Republic: Representing Inventions, Construct- 1 (2007): 99–110.
ing Rights and Authors,” 1129–1172 [ref. 186];
23. Science & the arts; science & literature 17

23. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE; SCIENCE interface.” Translated title: [History of science and
AND ART literature: possibilities of interface]. Circumscribere
(includes drama and performing arts) 1 (2006): 83–91.

206. ATTENBOROUGH, David, Susan OWENS, Mar-


tin C LAYTON, and Rea A LEXANDRATOS. Amazing 211. H ITCHCOCK, Susan Tyler. Frankenstein: A
Rare Things: The Art of Natural History in the Age Cultural History. (392 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New
of Discovery. (223 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) London: York: W. W. Norton, 2007. ISBN: 9780393061444.
Royal Collection, 2007. ISBN: 190216346X.
“Focuses on natural history drawings and water- 212. M ICALE, Mark S. “Two Cultures Revisited:
colors by Leonardo da Vinci, Alexander Marshal, The Case of the Fin de Siècle.” In Medicine, Mad-
Maria Sibylla Merian, and Mark Catesby, and ness, and Social History, edited by B IVINS and P ICK -
from the collection of Cassiano dal Pozzo—works STONE (2007) [ref. 4], 210–223.
all held in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle.”
(from the publisher)
213. ROBERTS, Adam. The History of Science Fic-
tion. Palgrave Histories of Literature. (xvii + 368 pp.;
207. D INELLO, Daniel. Technophobia! Science ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Palgrave Macmillan,
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Reviews: [ref. R287] 214. ROUSSEAU, George. “Two Kinds of Knowl-
edge at the Crossroads: Literature and Science,
Literature and Medicine, as Types of Cultural Un-
208. F ISHBURN, Evelyn, and Eduardo L. O RTIZ. derstanding.” Minerva 45 (2007): 63–71.
(Eds.) Science and the Creative Imagination in Latin Essay review of Tim F ULFORD, Debbie L EE,
America. (viii + 209 pp.; ill.; map; bibl.) Lon- and Peter J. K ITSON, Literature, Science and
don: Institute for Study of America, 2005. ISBN: Exploration in the Romantic Era (2004); Janis
1900039613. McLarren C ALDWELL, Literature and Medicine in
Contents: Dame Gillian B EER, “Darwin in South Nineteenth-Century Britain (2005).
America: Geology, Imagination and Encounter,”
13-23 [ref. 2180]; Benigno T RIGO, “Walking
Backwards to the Future: Time, Travel and Race,” 215. RUSTON, Sharon. (Ed.) Literature and Science.
24-43 [ref. 2349]; Sylvia M OLLOY, “National Essays and Studies 2008. (xi + 176 pp.; ill.; bibl.;
Parts and Unnatural Others: A Reflection on Pat- index.) Rochester, NY: D. S. Brewer, 2008. ISBN:
rimony at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century,” 9781843841784.
44-58; Eduardo L. O RTIZ, “On the Transition from Ranging from topics in the middle ages to the 20th
Realism to the Fantastic in the Argentine Literature century, the 8 essays discuss the works of Ana
of the 1870s: Holmberg and the Córdoba Six,” Barbuad, Mary Wollstonecraft, George Eliot, J.
59-85; Alejandro K AUFMAN, “Literature and Sci- Sheridan LeFanu, and Ian McEwan, and topics
ence in Martinez Estrada’s Work,” 86-96; Claudio deal with science fiction, evolution, natural his-
C ANAPARO, “The Nature Effect in Latin American tory, geometry, and popular science. Contributors:
Science Publications: The Case of the Journal Re- Gillian RUDD, Elaine H OBBY, Sharon RUSTON,
des,” 97-118 [ref. 270]; Norma S. H ORENSTEIN, Alice J ENKINS, Katy P RICE, Martin W ILLIS,
“Two Scientific Traditions in Martı́n Fierro,” 119- Brian BAKER, and David A MIGONI.
128 [ref. 1984]; Alicia R IVERO, “Heisenberg’s
Uncertainty Principle in Contemporary Spanish 216. S IEGEL, Sarita. “Reflections on Anthropomor-
American Fiction,” 129-150 [ref. 3540]; Patricia phism in The Disenchanted Forest.” In Thinking with
M URRAY, “Constructing Postcoloniality: Scien- Animals, edited by DASTON and M ITMAN (2005)
tific Enquiries in Cien años de soledad,” 151-174; [ref. 438], 196–222.
Geoffrey K ANTARIS, “Holograms and Simulacra: On a 2002 film by the author on the rehabilitation
Bioy Casares, Subeila, Piglia,” 175-189; William of captive orangutans in the forests of Indonesian
ROWE, “Desert Poetics of Mario Montalbetti: Borneo, and the interactions of humans and non-
Writing, Knowledge, Topologies,” 190-209. humans.

209. G OLINSKI, Jan. “Introduction.” Focus: History


217. S NYDER, Laura J., and Thomas P. W EBER.
of Science and Historical Novels. Isis 98 (2007):
“Introduction.” Introduction to special section: Aliens
755–759.
in Science, Fiction, and Philosophy. Stud. Hist. Phil.
Contents: Kathryn M. O LESKO, “The World Sci. 38 (2007): 567–569.
We Have Lost: History as Art,” 760–768; John
G ASCOIGNE, “ ‘Getting a Fix’: The Longitude Contents: Patricia FARA, “Hidden Depths: Hal-
Phenomenon,” 769–778 [ref. 35]; Lawrence M. ley, Hell and Other People,” 570–583 [ref. 1670];
P RINCIPE, “Transmuting History,” 779–787; Laura J. S NYDER, “ ‘Lord only of the ruffians and
Charles C. G ILLISPIE, “The Distorted Meridian,” fiends?’ William Whewell and the Plurality of
788–795 [ref. 1793]. Worlds Debate,” 584–592 [ref. 2130]; Thomas P.
W EBER, “Carl Du Prel (1839–1899): Explorer
of Dreams, the Soul, and the Cosmos,” 593–604
210. H ADDAD BAPTISTA, Ana Maria. “História [ref. 2047].
das Ciências e Literatura: possibilidades de uma
18 28. Science & religion

218. T UFTE, Edward R. Beautiful Evidence. (213 224. Z INSSER, Judith P. (Ed.) Men, Women, and the
pp.; ill.; index.) Cheshire, Conn.: Graphics Press Birthing of Modern Science. (viii + 215 pp.; bibl.;
LLC, 2006. ISBN: 0961392177. index.) DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press,
Elegantly illustrated book on the way in which 2005. ISBN: 0875803407.
scientific and historical evidence has been depicted Contents: Susanna Å CKERMAN, “Queen
visually, beginning in the 17th century with the Christina’s Metamorphosis—Her Alchemical
images of moon drawn by Galileo. World Soul and Fictional Gender Transforma-
Reviews: [ref. R1022] tion,” 13-33 [ref. 1548]; Hilda L. S MITH, “Mar-
garet Cavendish and the Microscope as Play,”
34-47 [ref. 1420]; Judith P. Z INSSER, “The Many
Representations of the Marquise Du Châtelet,”
27. SCIENCE AND GENDER 48-67 [ref. 1759]; Margaret J. O SLER, “The Gen-
(for women scientists, look also under specific topics der of Nature and the Nature of Gender in Early
and time periods) Modern Natural Philosophy,” 71-85 [ref. 1192];
J. B. S HANK, “Neither Natural Philosophy, Nor
219. FAULKNER, Wendy. “ ‘Nuts and Bolts and Science, Nor Literature—Gender, Writing, and
People’: Gender-Troubled Engineering Identities.” the Pursuit of Nature in Fontenelle’s Entretiens
Soc. Stud. Sci. 37 (2007): 331–356. sur la pluralité des mondes habités,” 86-110
[ref. 1677]; Franco A RATO, “Minerva and Venus—
220. H OWARD, Sethanne. The Hidden Giants. 2d Algarotti’s Newton’s Philosophy for the Ladies,”
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Popular history of women in science, covering Centuries—Different Social Practices, Different
4000 years. Textualities, and Different Kinds of Science,”
123-140 [ref. 1190]; Stephen C LUCAS, “Joanna
Stephen’s Medicine and the Experimental Philos-
221. M EINEL, Christoph, and Monika R ENNEBERG. ophy,” 141-158 [ref. 1860]; Monika M OMMERTZ,
(Eds.) Geschlechterverhältnisse in Medizin, Natur- “The Invisible Economy of Science—A New Ap-
wissenschaft und Technik. (349 pp.; ill.; bibl.; in- proach to the History of Gender and Astronomy
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conference. Bull. Hist. Med. 81 (2007): 699–729. gious Cultures,” 135-144 [ref. 610]; Walther Ch.
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227. F ELDHAY, Rivka. “Authority, Political Theol- 234. M URAY, Leslie. Liberal Protestantism and
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236. P ROCTOR, James D. (Ed.) Science, Religion,


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232. K NIGHT, David M. “Science and Beliefs.” In nances,” 129-142; Harold O LIVER, “The Comple-
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261-285; Anne H ARRINGTON, “Uneasy Alliances:


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240. W YKSTRA, Stephen J. “Introduction: Religious


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sensitivity to their social context. 266. M OURA, João Batista Vianey Silveira, Lı́dia
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267. S UZUKI Zenji. “Roles of the History of Science
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262. G OODAY, Graeme, John M. LYNCH, Kenneth 43. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES OF


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264. M ANSOUR, Nasser. “Challenges to STS Edu-


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273. L AUDEL, Grit. “Migration Currents Among the


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274. S HRUM, Wesley, Joel G ENUTH, and Ivan


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275. S OUSA, Celio A. A., and Paul H. J. H ENDRIKS.


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Epistemology of Mathematics: Homotopy The- Eberhard K NOBLOCH, Volker R. R EMMERT, An-
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Symbolic Realism in H. Weyl’s Mature View of Wolfgang B REIDERT, Ruediger T HIELE, Luc
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314. K APEL, Martin. The Structure and Mathematics


323. ROBREDO, Jean-François. Du cosmos au big
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bang : la révolution philosophique. Science, histoire
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315. K UGEL, Alexis. Spheres: The Art of the Ce- tronomy in the Middle East. (153 pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.;
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A catalog of an exhibit of terrestrial and celes- From ancient to medieval times.
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326. W OOLFSON, Michael. The Formation of the 335. FAULHABER, Priscila. “Interrogando as teorias
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Covers the history from ancient times to the “We focus the debate between scientific logic and
present. mythic thinking in the history of science.” (from
the abstract)

111. ASTROLOGY 336. F ESTA, Egidio, and Sophie ROUX. “The


Enigma of the Inclined Plane from Heron to Galileo.”
327. B OBRICK, Benson. The Fated Sky: Astrology in In Mechanics and Natural Philosophy before the Sci-
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337. F RANKLIN, Allan. No Easy Answers: Science


112. PHYSICS; EXACT SCIENCES, and the Pursuit of Knowledge. (xii + 258 pp.; ill.;
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328. A NASTOPOULOS, Charis. Particle or Wave: Uses historical case studies in atomic and sub-
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A survey of ideas from Copernicus to the present.
338. H ENRY, John. “Physics in Edinburgh: From
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329. BAUDET, Jean. Penser le monde : une histoire “The Physical Tourist.” Phys. Persp. 9 (2007): 468–
de la physique jusqu’en 1900. Histoire des sciences. 501.
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Broad overview for a general audience. 339. H ENTSCHEL, Klaus. Unsichtbares Licht?
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Pais Prize Lecture, which was presented at the
331. D ECAEN, Christopher A. “The Impossibility of APS meeting in Jacksonville, Florida, on April 16,
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end of the twentieth century.” (from the abstract)
332. D OUGHERTY, Jude P. “Physics and Philoso-
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333. E MCH, Gérard G. “Models and the Dynamics
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Strategies.” Stud. Hist. Phil. Mod. Phys. 38 (2007): het wereldbeeld. (2 vols.; xxxv + 1034 pp.; ill.;
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namics of Theory-Building in Physics. Part II— Covers ancient period to 20th century with a heavy
Case Studies” Stud. Hist. Phil. Mod. Phys. 38 focus on 19th and 20th centuries.
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334. E SPAGNAT, Bernard d.’ On Physics and Phi- 343. L ACKI, Jan. “The Physical Tourist. Geneva:
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Contents: Mark J. S CHIEFSKY, “Theory and Prac- New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. ISBN:
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S YLLA, “The Origin and Fate of Thomas Bradwar- the relationship between cause and effect.
dine’s De proportionibus velocitatum in motibus in
Relation to the History of Mathematics,” 67-120
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Impetus and the History of Mechanics,” 121-148 Françoise D UTOUR. Les révolutions de l’optique et
[ref. 1086]; Christiane V ILAIN, “Circular and Rec- l’oeuvre de Fresnel. Collection “Inflexions.” (vi +
tilinear Motion in the Mechanica and in the 16th 168 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Paris: Vuibert, 2004. ISBN:
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“Nature, Mechanics, and Voluntary Movement Broad-ranging discussion of theories of light and
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Mario Otto H ELBING, “Mechanics and Natural
Philosophy in Late 16th-Century Pisa: Cesalpino
and Buonamici, Humanist Masters of the Fac- 352. S LUCKIN, Timothy J., David A. D UNMUR, and
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Plane from Heron to Galileo,” 195-222 [ref. 336]; Liquid Crystals Book Series. (xxii + 738 pp.; ill.;
Jochen B ÜTTNER, “The Pendulum as a Challeng- bibl.; index.) London: Taylor & Francis, 2004. ISBN:
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345. L EWIS, Christopher J. T. Heat and Thermody-
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354. G IUNTA, Carmen J. “Looking Ahead: Keep-
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348. M C C RACKEN, Garry M., and P. E. S TOTT. 356. H EILBRONNER, Edgar, and Foil A. M ILLER.
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358. K ARPENKO, Vladimı́r. “Not All That Glitters Is index.) Sagamore Beach: Science History Publica-
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Heresy: Suchten, Toxites, and the Early Recep-
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360. K UTNEY, Gerald. Sulfur: History, Technol- G ARBER, “Transitioning from Transubstantiation
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cal Interpretation of the Creation and Spontaneous
361. S EEMAN, Jeffrey I. “Influences of HIST and Generation,” 77-87 [ref. 1570]; William R. N EW-
the History of Chemistry on the Course of Chemistry, MAN , “Newton’s Theory of Metallic Generation in
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influence of historians of chemistry on chemists. Quercu Iulii pontificis sive De lapide philosoph-
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362. S IODA, Roman Edmund. Wczesna historia che- Sixteenth-Century Miniature,” 113-124; Allison
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On the early history of analytical chemistry. salibus,” 137-148; Marcos M ARTIN ÓN -T ORRES,
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losofale: storia e segreti dell’alchimia. I volti della 202 [ref. 1544]; Bernard J OLY, “Quarrels between
storia, 113. (285 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Rome: New- Etienne-François Geoffroy and Louis Lémery at
ton & Compton, 2002. ISBN: 8882896765. the Académie Royale des Sciences in the Early
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365. O GILVY, Guy. The Alchemist’s Kitchen: Ex-
“From Vitalistic Cosmos to Materialistic World:
traordinary Potions and Curious Notions. Wooden
The Lineage of Johann Joachim Becher and Georg
Books. (58 pp.; ill.) New York: Walker, 2006. ISBN:
Ernst Stahl and the Shift of Early Modern Chymi-
0802715400.
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P OWERS, “Scrutinizing the Alchemists: Herman
366. P ÉREZ PARIENTE, Joaquı́n, and Miguel L ÓPEZ Boerhaave and the Testing of Chymistry,” 227-
P ÉREZ. (Eds.) Alquimia: Ciencia y pensamiento a 238 [ref. 1554]; Hjalmar F ORS, “Occult Traditions
través de los libros. (155 pp.; ill.) Madrid: Com- and Enlightened Science: The Swedish Board
plutense University Press, 2005. ISBN: 8474917921. of Mines as an Intellectual Environment, 1680–
Includes chapters by Allen G. D EBUS, Mar R EY 1760,” 239-252; Claus P RIESNER, “Alchemy and
B UENO, Harold J. C OOK, Jose RODRIGUEZ, and Enlightenment in Germany: Ideas, Biographies,
William C. E AMON. Secret Societies and a Changing Cultural Context,”
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367. P RINCIPE, Lawrence M. (Ed.) Chymists and 368. V IANO, Cristina. (Ed.) L’alchimie et ses ra-
Chymistry: Studies in the History of Alchemy and cines philosophiques : La tradition grecque et la
Early Modern Chemistry. (xiii + 274 pp.; ill.; bibl.; tradition arabe. Histoire des doctrines de l’Antiquité
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classique, 32. (242 pp.; bibl.) Paris: Vrin, 2005. John Ruskin,” 171-176; Roberta J. M. O LSON, “Le
ISBN : 2711617548. montagne nella pittura americana, dove giungono
Contents: Cristina V IANO, “Introduction,” 9- ispirazioni e opportunità dal sublime attraverso la
12; Luc B RISSON, “La théorie de la ‘matière’ dottrina del ‘Manifest Destiny,’ ” 189-201; Renato
dans le Timée de Platon et sa critique par Aris- G. M AZZOLINI, “Ritratti con montagna: Goethe
tote dans la Physique,” 15-35 [ref. 918]; Jean- e Alexander von Humboldt,” 203-214; Nicolaas
Baptiste G OURINAT, “La théorie stoı̈cienne de RUPKE, “La vista del Chimborazo: Alexander
la matière : entre le matérialisme et une relec- von Humboldt e lo studio globale delle monta-
ture ‘corporaliste’ du Timée,” 37-62 [ref. 878]; gne,” 223-231; Luca C IANCIO, “ ‘Rappresentare
Denis O’B RIEN, “Matière et émanation dans les il Vero’: La raffigurazione dei basalti colonnari
Ennéades de Plotin,” 63-87 [ref. 920]; Cristina del Veneto tra ricerca di ‘esattezza’ ed esigenze
V IANO, “Les alchimistes gréco-alexandrins et del pittoresco,” 233-251; Paola G IACOMONI, “La
le Timée de Platon,” 91-107 [ref. 925]; Henri misura del mondo,” 293-319; Gabriella B ELLI,
Dominique S AFFREY, “Mort et transformation “La montagna come fenomeno: i romantici,” 321-
de la matière. À propos d’un locus desperatus 373; Paola G IACOMONI, “Le forme della natura,”
des Mémoires authentiques de Zosime de Pa- 375-395.
nopolis (X 6.130),” 109-111 [ref. 924]; Maria
K. PAPATHANASSIOU, “L’œuvre alchimique de 371. B ERSENEV, V. L., V. V. Z APARIY, and V. P.
Stéphanos d’Alexandrie : structures et transforma- M ETREVICH. “The Mining and Metallurgical Urals
tions de la matière, unité et pluralité, l’énigme des in the XVIIth-XXth Centuries: Selected Works.”
philosophes,” 113-133 [ref. 923]; Andrée C OL - [Translated title.] In Russian. Otechest. Ist. No. 3
INET , “L’Anonyme de Zuretti. Un traité alchimique (2006): 194–195.
italo-grec de 1300,” 135-152 [ref. 1090]; Ulrich
RUDOLPH, “La connaissance des Présocratiques
à l’aube de la philosophie et de l’alchimie is- 372. C ARTWRIGHT, Julyan H. E., and Hisami
lamiques,” 155-170 [ref. 660]; Paola C ARUSI, NAKAMURA. “Tsunami: A History of the Term
“Génération, corruption, et transmutation. Em- and of Scientific Understanding of the Phenomenon
bryologie et cosmologie dans l’alchimie islamique in Japanese and Western Culture.” Notes Rec. Roy.
au Xe siècle,” 171-187 [ref. 658]; Yves M AR - Soc. Lond. 62 (2008): 151–166.
QUET , “La place de l’alchimie dans les Épı̂tres des On how the term came to be adopted in English.
Frères de la Pureté,” 189-200 [ref. 659]; Pierre
T HILLET, “Remarques sur le Liber Quartorum
373. C ORSI, Pietro. “Introduction to Thematic Set
du pseudo-Platon (Kitāb al-rawābı̄’ li-Aflāt.ūn),”
of Papers on Geological Surveys.” Introduction to
201-232 [ref. 661].
special issue: Geological Mapping and Geological
Surveys. Earth Sci. Hist. 26 (2007): 5–12.
369. V ICKERS, Brian. “The ‘New Historiography’ Contents: Simon J. K NELL, “The Sustainability
and the Limits of Alchemy.” Ann. Sci. 65 (2008): of Geological Mapmaking: The Case of the Geo-
127–156. logical Survey of Great Britain,” 13–29; Isabelle
Essay review of George S TARKEY, Alchemi- L ABOULAIS, “From Sketches to Publication: The
cal Laboratory Notebooks and Correspondence Genesis of the Essai d’une carte géologique by
Edited by William R. N EWMAN and Lawrence Omalius d’Halloy and Coquebert de Montbret
M. P RINCIPE. (2004); William R. N EWMAN, (1810–1823),” 31–53; Pierre S AVATON, “The First
Promethean Ambitions (2004); Lauren K AS - Detailed Geological Maps of France: Contributions
SELL, Medicine and Magic in Elizabethan London of Local Scientists and Mining Engineers,” 55–73;
(2005). Eric G ROESSENS and Marie-Claire Groessens-
Van DYCK, “Two Hundred Years of Geological
Mapping in Belgium, from d’Omalius d’Halloy to
the Belgian Federal State,” 75–84; Ana C ARNEIRO
120. EARTH AND ATMOSPHERIC
and Teresa Salomé M OTA, “The Geological Survey
SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS of Portugal (1857–1948): An Overview,” 85–96;
(includes meteorology and climatology) Pietro C ORSI, “Much Ado about Nothing: The
Italian Geological Survey, 1861–2006,” 97–125;
370. B ELLI, Gabriella, Paola G IACOMONI, and Christer N ORDLUND, “Between Science and In-
Anna OTTANI C AVINA. (Eds.) Montagna: Arte, dustry: On the Establishment, Organisation, and
scienza, mito da Dürer a Warhol. (614 pp.; ill.; maps; Practices of the Swedish Geological Surveys in the
bibl.) Milano: Skira, 2003. ISBN: 8884917034. Nineteenth Century,” 127–149; Silvia F. de. M.
Catalog of an exhibition held at the Museo di arte F IGUEIR ÔA, “Geological Surveys in the Tropics:
moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, The Brazilian Experience (1875–1934),” 151–171.
Rovereto, Italy, Dec. 19, 2003–Apr. 18, 2004.
Partial contents: Paolo ROSSI, “Il cielo, il tempo,
le montagne,” 103-116; Alessandro M IORELLI, 374. D ÖRRIES, Matthias, and Christophe M ASUTTI.
“Sogni di caverne e caverne da sogni Realtà e “Introduction: Changing Climate—Modeling Cli-
finzioni seicentesche tra Shakespeare e Kircher,” mate.” Symposium on climate change. Hist. Stud.
117-129; Paola G IACOMONI, “Un sogno di perfe- Phys. Biol. Sci. 37 (2006): 1–2.
zione: il cristallo,” 131-137; Paola G IACOMONI, Contents: James Rodger F LEMING, “The Patho-
“La montagna come rovina del tempo: il XVII se- logical History of Weather and Climate Modi-
colo,” 145-157; Annie-Paule Q UINSAC, “Scienza, fication: Three Cycles of Promise and Hype,”
etica, ‘speculum dei’: la montagna nell’opera di 3–25 [ref. 2184]; Christophe M ASUTTI, “Frederic
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49–85 [ref. 3553]; Matthias D ÖRRIES, “In the
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375. F R ÄNGSMYR, Tore. “Between the Deluge and
the Ice Age.” In Advancements of Learning, edited by
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centuries. 383. A KERMAN, James R., and Robert W. K ARROW.
(Eds.) Maps: Finding Our Place in the World. (ix
+ 400 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Chicago: University of
376. K ENNEDY, Barbara A. Inventing the Earth: Chicago Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780226010755.
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“Chronicles how successive generations of natural ical Approaches in Cartography throughout History.
philosophers, geologists and geomorphologists Edited by Edward H. DAHL. Translated from French
have come to invent the view of the Earth over the by Tom C ONLEY. (xxiii + 417 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
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377. KOZ ÁK, Jan, and David R. O LDROYD. “Intro-
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on the History of Geophysics Presented at the INHI- Change. (224 pp.; 6 x 9; ill.; maps.) Chicago: Univ.
GEO Symposium, Prague July 2005. Earth Sci. Hist. Chicago Press, 2008. ISBN: 9780226534039.
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ing in Early Geophysics. I. From Time-Keeping and Civilization: Cartography in Culture and So-
to Figure of the Earth,” 201–228; Richard J. ciety. (xiii + 352 pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.; index.)
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physics. II. From Mountains to Salt Domes,” 9780226799742.
229–261; Johannes S CHWEITZER, “The Birth of Broad survey of cartography throughout history.
Modern Seismology in the Nineteenth and Twen-
tieth Centuries,” 263–280; Gregory A. G OOD,
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herently Complex Science, Geomagnetism, in the in Deutschland. (xi + 379 pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.;
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and Principal Achievements,” 301–319; David R. A history from antiquity to the 20th century.
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Earthquakes,” 371–382. On maps dating from the 12th to the 18th centuries.

378. K ÜHN, Petr. “Die Eisenerzstollen auf dem


Děvı́n bei Hamr in Nordböhmen.” Geohist. Bl. 4 122. NATURAL HISTORY
(2001): 137–149.
389. A BBOTT, Elizabeth. Sugar: A Bittersweet
History. (x + 453 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Toronto:
379. M AEMPEL, George Zammit. Illustrators and Penguin Group, 2008. ISBN: 9780143017134.
their Illustrations of Maltese Fossils and Geology: A
Historical and Biographical Account. (136 pp.) San
390. A NIMAL S TUDIES G ROUP. Killing Animals.
Gwann, Malta: Publishers Enterprises Group Ltd.,
(viii + 215 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Urbana: University
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of Illinois Press, 2006. ISBN: 0252030508.
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Scholars in the arts, humanities, and social sci-
ences, explore the practices and meanings attached
380. R APPAPORT, Rhoda. “Dangerous Words: Dilu- to killing animals in diverse societies since the
vialism, Neptunism, Catastrophism.” In Advance- 17th century; includes topics on hunting, baiting,
ments of Learning, edited by H EILBRON (2007) slaughter practices, the treatment of feral animals,
[ref. 10], 101–131. animals in art and literature, and so forth.
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ING . (Eds.) History of Palaeobotany: Selected Es-
eracy, Bioparks, Urban Natural History, and En-
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Coe,” 95-104 [ref. 2951]; Arthur M OLELLA and London, 2005. ISBN: 1862391742.
Robert K ARGON, “Environmental Planning for Contents: A. J. B OWDEN, C. V. B UREK and R.
National Regeneration: Techno-Cities in New Deal W ILDING, “History of Palaeobotany: An In-
America and Nazi Germany,” 107-129 [ref. 2958]; troduction,” 1-3; Richard W ILDING, “From the
Harry R AND and Paolo S OLERI, “Prospects and Rise of the Enlightenment to the Beginnings of
Retrospect: The City of Hundertwasser and So- Romanticism: Robert Plot, Edward Lhwyd and
leri,” 131-161; Martin V. M ELOSI, “How Bad Richard Brookes, MD,” 5-12 [ref. 1568]; Hugh S.
Theory Can Lead to Good Technology: Water Sup- T ORRENS, “The Moravian Minister Rev. Henry
ply and Sewerage in the Age of Miasmas,” 231-256 Steinhauer (1782–1818): His Work on Fossil
[ref. 2638]; Rudi VOLTI, “Reducing Automobile Plants, Their First ‘Scientific’ Description and
Emissions in Southern California: The Dance of the Planned Mineral Botany,” 13-28 [ref. 2264];
Public Policies and Technological Fixes,” 277-288 William G. C HALONER and Hugh L. P EARSON,
[ref. 3583]; Christine Meisner ROSEN, “Industrial “John Lindley: The Reluctant Palaeobotanist,”
Ecology and the Transformation of Corporate En- 29-39 [ref. 2260]; Christopher J. C LEAL, Mau-
vironmental Management: A Business Historian’s reen L AZARUS and Annette T OWNSEND, “Illus-
Perspective,” 319-338 [ref. 3578]. trations and Illustrators during the ‘Golden Age’
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Lyall I. A NDERSON, “Hugh Miller: Introduc-
409. R ADKAU, Joachim. Nature and Power: A ing Palaeobotany to a Wider Audience,” 63-84
Global History of the Environment. Published in [ref. 2258]; Hugh L. P EARSON, “Baron Achille
German as Natur und Macht (2000, updated 2002). de Zigno: An Italian Palaeobotanist of the 19th
Translated by Thomas D UNLAP. Publications of Century,” 85-94 [ref. 2263]; Barry A. T HOMAS,
the German Historical Institute. (xvii + 430 pp.; “The Palaeobotanical Beginnings of Geological
bibl.; index.) Washington, D. C.: German Historical Conservation: With Case Studies from the USA,
Institute, 2008. ISBN: 9780521851299. Canada and Great Britain,” 95-110; W. S IMKISS
See Joachim R ADKAU, Natur und Macht (2000). and A. J. B OWDEN, “Palaeobotanical Studies and
Collecting in the 19th Century, With Particular
Reference to the Ravenhead Collection and Henry
410. R ICHARDS, John F. The Unending Frontier: An Hugh Higgins,” 111-126; W. G. C HALONER, “The
Environmental History of the Early Modern World. Palaeobotanical Work of Marie Stopes,” 127-135
(xiv + 682 pp.; maps; bibl.; index.) Berkeley: Univer- [ref. 2970]; Alan C. H OWELL, “James Lomax
sity of California Press, 2003. ISBN: 0520230752. (1857–1934): Palaeobotanical Catalyst or Hin-
On environmental change from 1500 to 1800, drance?” 137-152 [ref. 2018]; Richard W ILDING,
focusing on case studies around the world dealing “D. H. Scott and A. C. Seward: Modem Pioneers
with land use, biological invasions, commercial in the Structure and Architecture of Fossil Plants,”
hunting, and energy scarcity. 153-160 [ref. 2265]; J. E. A. M ARSHALL, “Arthur
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179 [ref. 2972]; Cynthia V. B UREK and Christo-
pher J. C LEAL, “The Life and Work of Emily Dix
411. ROBINS, Libby. How a Continent Created (1904–1972),” 181-196 [ref. 2969]; J. J. L ISTON
a Nation. (viii + 259 pp.; bibl.; index.) Sydney: and H. L. S ANDERS, “The ‘Other’ Glasgow Boys:
University of New South Wales Press, 2007. ISBN: The Rise and Fall of a School of Palaeobotany,”
9780868408910; 0868408913. 197-228; Joan WATSON, “One Hundred and Fifty
On how people have come to live in the Australian Years of Palaeobotany at Manchester University,”
environment. 229-257; Charles H. W ELLMAN, “Half a Century
Reviews: [ref. R861] of Palynology at the University of Sheffield,” 259-
279; E. G. OTTONE, “The History of Palaeobotany
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in Argentina during the 19th Century,” 281-292; in Neapel 2003. Verhandlungen zur Geschichte und
Qi-Gao S UN, “The Rise of Chinese Palaeobotany: Theorie der Biologie, 11. (418 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
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H OSSFELD, “Nachruf auf Dr. Erika Krauße (25.
415. DAHLBOM, Taika Helola. “A Mammoth His- Oktober 1935 - 23. Juli 2003). Mit Bibliographie
tory: The Extraordinary Journey of Two Thighbones.” ihrer Arbeiten”; Kai Torsten K ANZ, “ ‘Welch herr-
Endeavour 31 (2007): 110–114. liches Land, ein wahres Paradies.’ Die Forschungs-
Covers the period from the 17th through the 19th reise von Carl Heinrich Köstlin (1755–1783) in Ita-
centuries. lien im Kontext der deutsch-italienischen Wissen-
schaftsbeziehungen des späten 18. Jahrhunderts”;
Christiane G ROEBEN, “Catalysing Science: The
416. DAVIDSON, Jane P. A History of Paleontology Stazione Zoologica di Napoli as a Place for the Cir-
Illustration. Life of the Past. (xvi + 217 pp.; ill.; culation of Scientific Ideas”; Ariane D R ÖSCHER,
bibl.; index.) Bloomington: Indiana University Press, “The Naples Station as a Special Place of Biolo-
2008. ISBN: 9780253351753. gical Research: The Case of Colloid Chemistry
On the history of representation (including paint- of the Cell in the 1920s”; Alessandro VOLPONE,
ing, drawing, sculpture, and museum dioramas) in “The Early Spreading of Genetics in Italy and the
scientific and popular paleontology from the 15th Role of the Stazione Zoologica di Napoli (SZN)”;
century to the present, including studies of such Fabio De S IO, “A Neapolitan Research ‘Network’
genres as children’s textbooks and film. after World War II”; Christa R IEDL -D ORN, “Briefe
von Anton f. Dohrn im Naturhistorischen Muse-
um in Wien - Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte zweier
130. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL Institutionen”; Isolde S CHMIDT, “Der Rostocker
WORKS Zoologe Ludwig Will (1861–1946) auf der Su-
che nach dem ‘Ei des Columbus’ in Neapel”;
417. B YRON, Jason M. “Whence Philosophy of Bi- Daniela WATZKE and Irmgard M ÜLLER, “Die
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Using bibliometric data from philosophy of science und des Kaiser-Wilhelm-Instituts in Berlin als Exil
journals, this article challenges the view that phi- für den afroamerikanischen Biologen Ernest Ever-
losophy of biology only emerged as a subdiscipline ett Just (1833–1941)”; Dieter Z ISSLER, “Wulf
after the decline of logical positivism in the 1960s Emmo Ankel und die Stazione Zoologica ‘An-
and 70s. ton Dohrn’ ”; Heiner FANGERAU and Irmgard
M ÜLLER, “Der Biologe Jacques Loeb in der Zoo-
logischen Forschungsstation in Neapel: ein Bei-
418. D EBRU, Claude, and Pascal N OUVEL. Le pos-
spiel für Ludwik Flecks Theorie vom Denkkollek-
sible et les biotechnologies : Essai de philosophie
tiv?”; Dieter M OLLENHAUER, “Benthische Algen
dans les sciences. Science, histoire et société. (x +
im Golf von Neapel und die mitteleuropäische bo-
440 pp.; bibl.; index.) Paris: Presses universitaires de
tanische Professorenschaft bis zum Ersten Welt-
France, 2003. ISBN: 2130536263.
krieg”; Wolfgang A LT, “Campus Poppelsdorf
1859–1884: 25 Jahre Entwicklung einer inter-
419. E BACH, Malte C., and David M. W ILLIAMS. fakultären Forschungsstätte für Physiologie und
“An Outline of the Foundations of Systematics and Zellbiologie in Bonn”; Staffan M ÜLLER -W ILLE,
Biogeography.” Hist. Phil. Life Sci. 29 (2007): 87– “Zum Verhältnis von Taxonomie und Genetik um
92. 1900 - Die Zuchtstation des Schwedischen Saat-
zuchtvereins Svalöf”; Jutta H ERMANN, “Pharma-
zeutische Biologie im botanischen Garten ’s Lands
420. E NDERSBY, Jim. A Guinea Pig’s History of
Plantentuin zu Buitenzorg/Java (1817–heute)”; Ju-
Biology: The Plants and Animals Who Taught Us
lia VOSS, “Zoologische Gärten, Tiermaler und
the Facts of Life. (xii + 499 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
die Wissenschaft vom Tier im 19. Jahrhundert”;
Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2007.
Frank L EHMKUGEL, “Die ‘Jewish Agricultural
ISBN : 9780674027138.
Experiment Station’ in Athlit - Palästinas erste
biologische Versuchsstation”; Michael K AASCH
421. F ISCHER, Jean-Louis. “Les fonctions du and Joachim K AASCH, “Die so notwendige Eme-
monstre et de la monstruosité face à l’histoire.” In ritierung der Institute - Die wirklichen und die
Advancements of Learning, edited by H EILBRON geplanten Forschungsstätten des Biochemikers
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N OTHACKER, “Die Erschließung des Freilandes
als Stätte biologischer Forschung: Die ‘etholo-
422. G AUDILLI ÈRE, Jean-Paul. “The Farm and the
gische Methode’ ”; Ekkehard H ÖXTERMANN,
Clinic: An Inquiry into the Making of Our Biotechno-
“Leuchtgas und Baumsterben ‘Unter den Linden’ -
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Promenadenbäume im Freilandlabor 1870–1872”;
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Hermann Josef ROTH, “The ‘Stiftung, Archiv,
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Forum und Museum zur Geschichte des Natur-
schutzes in Deutschland’ (AFM)”; Alexander von
423. G ROEBEN, Christiane, Joachim K AASCH, and S CHWERIN, “Tiere vermehren - Institutionen ver-
Michael K AASCH. (Eds.) Stätten biologischer For- größern. Die Versuchstiere der Notgemeinschaft
schung: Beiträge zur 12. Jahrestagung der DGGTB Deutscher Wissenschaft, 1920–1931”; Georg S.
132. Zoology; anatomy; physiology 35

L EVIT and Uwe H OSSFELD, “Die Nomogenese: ill.; bibl.; index.) Washington: National Gallery of
Evolutionstheorie jenseits von Darwinismus und Art, 2008. ISBN: 9780300121582.
Lamarckismus”; Sebastian L INKE, “Zur Rezeption Contents (from WorldCat): Pamela H. S MITH,
der Soziobiologie in den Medien: Ein Vergleich der “Artisanal Knowledge and the Representation of
Darstellung in Wissenschaft und deutscher Presse Nature in Sixteenth-Century Germany”; Alain
zwischen den 1970er und 1990er Jahren.” T OUWAIDE, “Botany and Humanism in the Renais-
Reviews: [ref. R424] sance: Background, Interaction, Contradictions”;
Claudia S WAN, “Uses of Botanical Treatises in
the Netherlands, c. 1600”; Janice N ERI, “Be-
424. I RRGANG, Bernhard. Von der Mendelgenetik tween Observation and Image: Representations of
zur synthetischen Biologie. Technikhermeneutik, Bd. Insects in Robert Hooke’s Micrographia”; Jesús
3. (286 pp.; bibl.) Dresden: Thelem, 2003. ISBN: Carrillo C ASTILLO, “Eyes of the New Pliny: The
9783935712446. Use of Images in Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo’s
Philosophical study of the culture of biotechnology. Historia General y Natural de las Indias”; Lina
Reviews: [ref. R515] B OLZONI, “Mexican Nature in Diego Valadés’
Rhetorica Christiana (1579)”; Alessandro T OSI,
“From Florence to Philadelphia: Naturalistic Il-
425. M B ÙGUA, Karori. “Reasons to Suggest that lustration in Tuscany, c. 1760–c. 1840”; Lucia
the Endocrine Research on Sexual Preference Is a Tongiorgi T OMASI, “ ‘La Femminil Pazienza’:
Degenerating Research Program.” Hist. Phil. Life Sci. Women Painters and Natural History in the Sev-
28 (2006): 337–357. enteenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries”; Erik
A. de J ONG, “Garden Book Made for Emperor
426. R EES, Teresa. “Gendered Opportunities in Rudolf II in 1593: Hans Puechfeldner’s Nützliches
Biotech.” Soc. Stud. Sci. 36 (2006): 164–168. Khünstbüech der Gartnereij”; Hans W. H UBERT,
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Work (2004) [ref. 429]. Representation of Nature at the Court of Cosimo
III de’ Medici”; Mark L AIRD, “Congenial Climate
of Coffeehouse Horticulture: The Historia Plan-
427. R HEINBERGER, Hans-Jörg. “Intersections: tarum Rariorum and the Catalogus Plantarum”;
Some Thoughts on Instruments and Objects in the Margaret R ILEY, “Appendix, Club at the Temple
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433. PAULY, Philip J. Fruits and Plains: The Horti-
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Blackwell Companions to Philosophy, 39. (xxvi + Covers the last 250 years.
589 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Malden, Mass.: Blackwell
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434. WALPOLE, Josephine. A History and Dictio-
nary of British Flower Painters, 1650–1950. (236
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131. BOTANY; PLANT SCIENCES (includes animal anatomy and physiology; for prima-
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430. D ESMOND, Ray. The History of the Royal
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ceedings of the symposium “The Art and History New Naturalist, 104. (xii + 482 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
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held 3-4 May 2002 in Washington, D.C. Studies in On the history of British ornithology from 1066 to
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438. DASTON, Lorraine, and Gregg M ITMAN. (Eds.) 133. HEREDITY; GENETICS; EVOLUTION
Thinking with Animals: New Perspectives on An- (for genetic engineering, see 134-Microbiology)
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with Animals,” 1-14; Wendy D ONIGER, “Zoomor-
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Elliott S OBER, “Comparative Psychology Meets
Evolutionary Biology: Morgan’s Canon and 443. G AYON, Jean, and Daniel JACOBI. (Eds.)
Cladistic Parsimony,” 85-99 [ref. 2382]; Sandra L’éternel retour de l’eugénisme. Science, histoire
D. M ITCHELL, “Anthropomorphism and Cross- et société. (vi + 317 pp.) Paris: Presses universitaires
Species Modeling,” 100-117 [ref. 439]; James A. de France, 2006. ISBN: 2130499627.
S ERPELL, “People in Disguise: Anthropomor-
phism and the Human-Pet Relationship,” 121-136
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Visual Esperanto: Getty Images and the Coloniza- Biol. & Phil. 22 (2007): 429–437.
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“Pachyderm Personalities: The Media of Science, L AMB, Evolution in Four Dimensions (2005)
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Sarita S IEGEL, “Reflections on Anthropomorphism
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22 (2007): 415–428.
439. M ITCHELL, Sandra D. “Anthropomorphism and Essay review of Eva JABLONKA and Marion J.
Cross-Species Modeling.” In Thinking with Animals, L AMB, Evolution in Four Dimensions (2005)
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100–117.
446. H ORTOL À, Policarp, and Eudald C ARBONELL.
“Creación versus evolución: del Origen de las espe-
440. W OLFE, Charles T. (Ed.) Monsters and Philos-
cies al diseño inteligente.” Asclepio 59, no. 1 (2007):
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1904987303.
Contents: Johannes F RITSCHE, “The Riddle of 447. JABLONKA, Eva, and Marion J. L AMB. Evo-
the Sphinx: Aristotle, Penelope, and Empedocles,” lution in Four Dimensions: Genetic, Epigenetic,
1-19; Morgan M EIS, “Science as a Cure for Fear: Behavioral, and Symbolic Variation in the History of
The Status of Monsters in Lucretius,” 21-35; Tris- Life. Life and Mind. (x + 462 pp.; ill.) Cambridge,
tan DAGRON, “Nature and Its Monsters during the Mass.: MIT Press, 2005. ISBN: 0262101076.
Renaissance: Montaigne and Vanini,” 37-59; An- Reviews: [ref. 444, 445, 448, 458]
nie B ITBOL -H ESP ÉRI ÈS, “Conjoined Twins and
the Limits of Our Reason,” 61-107; Justin E. H. 448. JABLONKA, Eva, and Marion J. L AMB. “The
S MITH, “Degeneration and Hybridism in the Early Expanded Evolutionary Synthesis—a Response to
Modern Species Debate: Towards the Philosophi- Godfrey-Smith, Haig, and West-Eberhard.” Biol. &
cal Roots of the Creation-Evolution Controversy,” Phil. 22 (2007): 453–472.
109-130; Roger A RIEW, “Leibniz on the Unicorn
Essay review of Eva JABLONKA and Marion J.
and Various Other Curiosities,” 131-152; Anita
L AMB, Evolution in Four Dimensions (2005)
G UERRINI, “The Creativity of God and the Or-
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der of Nature: Anatomizing Monsters in the Early
Eighteenth Century,” 153-168; Annie I BRAHIM,
“The Status of Anomalies in the Philosophy of 449. K ANAMORI, Osamu. Idenshi kaizō. Trans-
Diderot,” 169-186; Charles T. W OLFE, “The Ma- lated title: [Philosophy of genetic modification]. In
terialist Denial of Monsters,” 187-204; Michael Japanese. (323+15 pp.) Tokyo: Keisoshobo, 2005.
H AGNER, “Cerebral Asymmetry, Monstrosities ISBN : 9784326153848.
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in 1800,” 205-215; Elfriede J ELINEK, “The Lady
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450. L EVINE, George Lewis. Darwin Loves You: Essay review of Eva JABLONKA and Marion J.
Natural Selection and the Re-enchantment of the L AMB, Evolution in Four Dimensions (2005)
World. (xxvii + 304 pp.; bibl.; index.) Princeton: [ref. 447].
Princeton University Press, 2006. ISBN: 0691126631.
Argues that Darwin’s ideas offer “a world rich with 459. W OLPERT, Lewis. “Genetics and Human Na-
meaning and value.” (from the publisher) ture.” In Davenport’s Dream, edited by W ITKOWSKI
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451. L EWENS, Tim. “Darwinism and Metaphysics.”
Metascience 16 (2007): 61–69.
Essay review of Vittorio H ÖSLE and Christian 134. MICROBIOLOGY; MOLECULAR
I LIES (eds.), Darwinism & Philosophy (2005). BIOLOGY
(includes genetic engineering; for agricultural
452. L LOYD, Elisabeth Anne. Science, Politics, biotechnology, see 163-Agriculture)
and Evolution. Cambridge Studies in Philosophy
and Biology. (vii + 301 pp.; bibl.; index.) New 460. BAUDET, Jean. La vie expliquée par la chi-
York: Cambridge University Press, 2008. ISBN: mie : comment la biologie est devenue moléculaire.
9780521865708. Sciences, corps & mouvements. (133 pp.; ill.) Paris:
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in philosophy of biology, including the structure of Reviews: [ref. R72]
evolutionary theory, units of selection, and evolu-
tionary psychology, as well as the Science Wars, 461. D EBRU, Claude. “Die wissenschaftliche Be-
feminism and science, and sexuality and objectiv- gründung von Biotechnologien, vom historisch-
ity.” (from the publisher) theoretischen Standpunkt betrachtet.” In Pratum
floridum, edited by F OLKERTS et al. (2002) [ref. 9],
49–59.
453. P LUTYNSKI, Anya. “Evolutionary Biology:
Causes, Consequences and Controversies.” Meta-
science 16 (2007): 437–445. 462. O’M ALLEY, Maureen A., and John D UPR É.
Essay review of Samir O KASHA, Evolution and the “Introduction: Towards a Philosophy of Microbiol-
Levels of Selection (2006); Massimo P IGLIUCCI ogy.” Introduction to a special section: “ Towards a
and Jonathan Michael K APLAN, Making Sense of Philosophy of Microbiology.” Stud. Hist. Phil. Biol.
Evolution (2006). Biomed. Sci. 38 (2007): 775–779.
Partial contents: J. S APP, “The Structure of Mi-
crobial Evolutionary Theory,” 780–795; Staffan
454. P OPP, Jerome A. Evolution’s First Philosopher: M ÜLLER -W ILLE, “Hybrids, Pure Cultures, and
John Dewey and the Continuity of Nature. SUNY Pure Lines: From Nineteenth-Century Biology to
Series in Philosophy and Biology. (xiii + 155 pp.; ill.; Twentieth-Century Genetics,” 796–806 [ref. 2276].
bibl.; index.) Albany: State University of New York
Press, 2007. ISBN: 079146959X.
Looks at Dewey’s political and ethical philosophy 463. Š USTAR, Predrag. “Crick’s Notion of Genetic
as related to his understanding of evolution, and Information and the ‘Central Dogma’ of Molecular
explores this in the context of current work in brain Biology.” Brit. J. Phil. Sci. 58 (2007): 13–24.
science. “A close reading is proposed of Francis H. C.
Crick’s ‘On Protein Synthesis’ ([1958]) and related
works, to which we owe the first explicit definition
455. RUSE, Michael. “Darwinism and Christianity: of information within the scientific practice of
Must They Remain at War or Is Peace Possible?” In molecular biology.” (from the abstract)
Science, Religion, and the Human Experience, edited
by P ROCTOR (2005) [ref. 236], 185–203.
135. HUMAN BIOLOGY; PHYSICAL
456. S OBER, Elliott. Evidence and Evolution: The ANTHROPOLOGY
Logic behind the Science. (xx + 392 pp.; ill.; bibl.; (includes human evolution, primatology, eugenics;
index.) New York: Cambridge University Press,
2008. ISBN: 9780521692748. see also 150-Medicine)
464. . “La pelle umana / The Human Skin.” Special
457. S OBER, Elliott. “Sex Ratio Theory, Ancient issue. Micrologus 13 (2005): 1–721.
and Modern: An Eighteenth-Century Debate about Contents: Benjamin B RAUDE, “Black Skin/White
Intelligent Design and the Development of Models in Skin in Ancient Greece and the Near East,” 11–21;
Evolutionary Biology.” In Genesis Redux, edited by Jackie P IGEAUD, “La peau comme frontière,” 23–
R ISKIN (2007) [ref. 597], 131–162. 53; Vincent BARRAS, “Le Galen’s Touch. Peau,
Discusses both 18th-century and contemporary objet, et sujet dans le système médical galénien,”
debates dealing with sex ratios, chance, and design. 55–73 [ref. 938]; Philippe M UDRY, “La peau dans
tous ses états. Fards et peinture à Rome,” 75–89;
Francesca M ENCACCI, “Scortum. La pelle, il sacco
458. W EST-E BERHARD, Mary Jane. “Dancing with e la ‘prostituta,’ ” 91–112; Anne G RONDEUX, “Cu-
DNA and Flirting with the Ghost of Lamarck.” Biol. tis ou pellis : les dénominations médiolatines de
& Phil. 22 (2007): 439–451. la peau humaine,” 113–130; Jean W IRTH, “La
38 135. Physical anthropology

représentation de la peau dans l’art médiéval,” 465. C ARLSON, Elof Axel. Neither Gods nor Beasts:
131–153; Danielle R ÉGNIER -B OHLER, “Secrets et How Science Is Changing Who We Think We Are. (xi
discours de la peau dans la littérature médiévale + 179 pp.; bibl.; index.) Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.:
en langue vernaculaire,” 155–182; Jacqueline Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2008. ISBN:
C ERQUIGLINI -T OULET, “Poétique de la ride. 9780879697860.
L’inscription du passage du temps chez les poètes Argues for a new conception of human beings
au Moyen Age,” 183–193; Yasmina F OEHR - based on our biological nature.
JANSSENS, “La littérature à fleur de peau, des mots
qui grattent et des démangeaisons littéraires dans
la poésie personnelle des XIIe-XIIIe siècles,” 195– 466. F ORTH, Christopher E., and Ivan C ROZIER.
212; Guillemette B OLENS, “La momification dans (Eds.) Body Parts: Critical Explorations in Corpore-
la littérature médiévale. L’embaumement d’Hector ality. (ix + 273 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Lanham, Md.:
chez Benoı̂t de Sainte-Maure, Guido Delle Co- Lexington Books, 2005. ISBN: 0739109332.
lonne, et John Lydgate,” 213–231 [ref. 1118]; Partial contents: George ROUSSEAU, “Bums in the
Niklaus L ARGIER, “Tactus spiritualis. Remarques Time of Cholera: Sex, Sodomy, and Representa-
sur le toucher, la volupté, et les sens spirituels au tions of the Fundament,” 44-64; Ivan C ROZIER,
Moyen Age,” 233–249; Jean-Yves T ILLIETTE, “ ‘All the Appearances Were Perfectly Natural’:
“Nigra sum, sed formosa. Le verset I, 4 du Can- The Anus of the Sodomite in Nineteenth-Century
tique des cantiques et l’hagiographie des saintes Medical Discourse,” 65-84; John H OBERMAN,
pénitentes,” 251–265; Nicole B ÉRIOU, “Pellem “The Primitive Pelvis: The Role of Racial Folklore
pro pelle (Job 2, 4). Les sermons pour la fête in Obstetrics and Gynecology during the Twenti-
de saint Barthélemy au XIIIe siècle,” 267–284; eth Century,” 85-104 [ref. 3182]; Fredrik Albrit-
Sébastien D OUCHET, “La peau du centaure à la ton J ONSSON, “Enlightened Hands: Managing
frontière de l’humanité et de l’animalité,” 285–312 Dexterity in British Medicine and Manufactures,
[ref. 1105]; Elisheva BAUMGARTEN, “Marking 1760–1800,” 142-160 [ref. 1870]; Christopher E.
the Flesh : Circumcision, Blood, and Inscribing F ORTH, “Guts and Manhood: The Culture of the
Identity on the Body in Medieval Jewish Culture,” Abdomen in Modern France,” 191-206; Carolyn
313–330 [ref. 806]; Michel PASTOUREAU, “Le Ward C OMISKEY, “ ‘I Will Kill Myself If I Have to
doigt dans la cire. Cent mille empreintes digi- Keep My Fat Calves!’: Legs and Cosmetic Surgery
tales médiévales,” 331–344; Valentin G ROEBNER, in Paris in 1926,” 247-264 [ref. 3167].
“Maculae. Hautzeichen als Identifikationsmale Reviews: [ref. R350]
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358; Martine O STORERO, “Les marques du diable
467. K EMP, Martin. The Human Animal in West-
sur le corps des sorcières (XIVe-XVIIe siècles),”
ern Art and Science. The Louise Smith Bross
359–388 [ref. 990]; Denis B RUNA, “Le ‘labour
Lecture Series. (xix + 307 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
dans la chair’. Témoignages et représentations du
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9780226430331.
ZONI , “ ‘Notae divinae ex arte compunctae’. Prime
impressioni sul tatuaggio devozionale in Italia (se-
coli XV-XIX),” 409–437; Maaike VAN DER L UGT, 468. L IVINGSTONE, David N. Adam’s Ancestors:
“La peau noire dans la science médiévale,” 439– Race, Religion, and the Politics of Human Ori-
475 [ref. 1107]; Peter B ILLER, “Black Women in gins. (x + 301 pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.; index.) Balti-
Medieval Scientific Thought,” 477–492 [ref. 978]; more: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. ISBN:
Danielle JACQUART, “A la recherche de la peau 9780801888137.
dans le discours médical de la fin du Moyen Age,” “Traces the history of the idea of non-Adamic
493–510 [ref. 1127]; Joseph Z IEGLER, “Skin and humanity, and the debates surrounding it, from
Character in Medieval and Early Renaissance the Middle Ages to the present day.” (from the
Physiognomy,” 511–535 [ref. 1112]; Mariacarla abstract)
G ADEBUSCH B ONDIO, “La carne di fuori. Dis-
corsi medici sulla natura e l’estetica della pelle
nel ’500,” 537–570 [ref. 1320]; Renato G. M AZ - 469. LYKKE, Nina, and Mette B RYLD. “Bevisets
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José Filipe S ILVA, “Robert Kilwardby on Sense
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URI , “Percieving One’s Own Body,” 101-116; 493. P ORTER, Theodore M. “Speaking Precision to
Henrik L AGERLUND, “Pietro d’Abano and the Power: The Modern Political Role of Social Science.”
Anatomy of Perception,” 117-130 [ref. 1108]; Soc. Res. 73 (2006): 1273–1294.
Robert PASNAU, “Id Quo Cognoscimus,” 131-150;
Dominik P ERLER, “Seeing and Judging: Ockham
and Wodeham on Sensory Cognition,” 151-170 141. SOCIOLOGY
[ref. 1109]; Jack Z UPKO, “Horse Sense and Hu-
man Sense: The Heterogeneity of Sense Perception 494. B OUDON, Raymond. “Théorie du choix ration-
in Buridan’s Philosophical Psychology,” 171-186 nel ou individualisme méthodologique ?” In L’homme
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Difference with Some Historical Reflections on gent Nationalism in the Sixteenth Century,” 8-40
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496. N UNES, Everardo Duarte. “Merton e a sociolo-
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497. S TEWART, William. (Ed.) Biographical Dic- Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the History
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[ref. 3146]; Stephen O. M URRAY, “William Field- such as Cournot, Briaune and Regnault, to econo-
ing Ogburn’s Fostering of Sol Tax’s Explorations metrics, which has been largely unexplored.
of Small-Scale Mercantile Capitalism in Highland
Guatemala,” 38-50 [ref. 3144]; David A. N OCK,
“Stephen Leacock: The Not-So-Funny Story of 145. ARCHAEOLOGY
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M AIO, Felix T RETTER, Lorenz W ELKER, Karin Ethics of Evil: The Challenge and the Lessons
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555. S CULL, Andrew T. The Insanity of Place, the


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race in colonial asylums. Contributors include: Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2008.
James E. M ORAN, Leslie T OPP, Jane K ROMM, ISBN : 9780813542317.
Leonard S MITH, Eric J. E NGSTROM, Barry E DG - Primary source reader with annotations and bio-
INTON , Chris P HILO , Deborah E. B. W EINER , graphical material.
Thomas M UELLER, Sally S WARTZ, Waltraud
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559. B RUEGEL, Martin, and Alessandro S TANZIANI. Approaching Anomalous Bodies,” 1-16; Kevin
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tar et de la godaille : qualité et falsification du vin selfe doth Cromwel it’: The Rhetoric of Small-
aux Provinces-Unies, XVIIIe siècle,” 17–43; Lucie pox at the Restoration,” 39-55 [ref. 1614]; Hal
PAQUY, “Santé publique, répression des fraudes G LADFELDER, “Plague Spots,” 56-78 [ref. 1843];
et action municipale à la fin du XIXe siècle : le Suzanne N UNN, “ ‘Wonderful Effects!!!’ Graphic
laboratoire grenoblois d’analyses alimentaires,” Satires of Vaccination in the First Decade of the
43–65; Florent Q UELLIER, “Le jardin fruitier- Nineteenth Century,” 79-94 [ref. 2586]; Anne
potager, lieu d’élection de la sécurité alimentaire à B ORSAY, “Disciplining Disabled Bodies: The
l’époque moderne,” 66–78; Sydney WATTS, “Bou- Development of Orthopaedic Medicine in Britain,
cherie et hygiène à Paris au XVIIIe siècle,” 79–103; c.1800–1939,” 97-116 [ref. 2442]; François B U -
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Saint-Maixent-l’École, du XIXe au milieu du XXe Third Republic,” 117-125 [ref. 2446]; Ayça A LEM -
siécles,” 104–120; Jérôme B OURDIEU, Laetitia DARO ǦLU , “Eugenics, Modernity and Nation-
P IET and Alessandro S TANZIANI, “Crise sanitaire alism,” 126-141 [ref. 3036]; Sharon M ORRIS,
et stabilisation du marché de la viande en France, “ ‘Human Dregs at the Bottom of Our National
XVIIIe -XXe siècles,” 121–156; Michael F RENCH Vats’: The Inter-War Debate on Sterilization of the
and Jim P HILLIPS, “Protéger les consommateurs Mentally Deficient,” 142-160 [ref. 3297]; Kristy
ou soutenir les producteurs ? La politique alimen- M UIR, “ ‘That Bastard’s Following Me!’ Men-
taire menée par le Royaume-Uni de 1945 à 1955,” tally Ill Australian Veterans Struggling to Maintain
157–182; Martin B RUEGEL, “Le repas à l’usine : Control,” 161-174 [ref. 3689]; Sharon S NYDER
industrialisation, nutrition et alimentation popu- and David M ITCHELL, “Afterword: Regulated
laire (sur Jakob Tanner),” 183–198; Alessandro Bodies: Disability Studies and the Controlling
S TANZIANI, “Comment le droit définit le marché Professions,” 175-189.
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565. Z INSSER, Hans. Rats, Lice, and History. Orig-
560. D ICKERSON, James L. Yellow Fever: A Deadly inally published for the Atlantic Monthly Press by
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561. P HILLIPS, Gordon. The Blind in British Society:
(includes pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs)
Charity, State and Community, c. 1780–1930. (ix
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England: Ashgate, 2004. ISBN: 075465012X. theken der Stadt Magdeburg. Beiträge zur Geschichte
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9783936980134.
562. S CHNEIDER, Dona, and David E. L ILIENFELD.
(Eds.) Public Health: The Development of a Disci-
pline. Volume One: From the Age of Hippocrates 567. F RIEDRICH, Christoph, and Sabine
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160. Technology in general 47

rum: Beiträge zur Pharmazie- und Wissenschaftsge- 160. TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL WORKS
schichte: Festschrift für Peter Dilg zum 65. Geburts- (includes architecture; for biotechnology, see 134-
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Römischen und Brasilianischen Theriak,” 17-
569. A LLEN, Barry. Artifice and Design: Art and
32; Karl Heinz BARTELS, “Exotica et Trans-
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marina: Arzneidrogen-Handel und Apotheke in
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Mittelalter und früher Neuzeit,” 33-48; Axel
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B ERGMANN, “ ‘Sextarius apud arabes’ quid? Bei-
trag zur lateinischen Lexikographie der mittelal- An interdisciplinary study of aesthetics and tech-
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formbestimmendes Element in der chirurgischen
Fachliteratur des Spätmittelalters,” 67-104; Werner 570. BARNETT, Richard. “Blessed are the Cheese-
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mikers und Pharmazeuten Alexander Nicolaus von
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G RAEPEL, “Der Andechser Benediktinerpater 571. B IENIA, Daniel. Technikgeschichte als Gegen-
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des Schmerzes – oder: Warum heisst Voltaren R Didaktik in Forschung und Praxis, 16. (178 pp.; ill.)
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159; Fritz K RAFFT, “Christus in der Himmelsapo-
theke mit reumütigem/r Sünder/in. Die pietistische 572. B LOCK, Leo. To Harness the Wind: A Short
Erweiterung eines protestantischen Andachtsbild- History of the Development of Sails. (xv + 164 pp.;
motivs,” 161-182; François L EDERMANN, “Eine ill.; maps; bibl.; index.) Annapolis, Md.: Naval
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573. B LUMA, Lars, Karl P ICHOL, and Wolfhard
Salbenbereiters’: Pharmakobotanisches aus der
W EBER. (Eds.) Technikvermittlung und Technikpo-
Heiligen Schrift,” 193-202; Irmgard M ÜLLER and
pularisierung: Historische und didaktische Perspek-
Michael M ARTIN, “Ein neuer Überlieferungszeuge
tiven. Cottbuser Studien zur Geschichte von Technik,
von Johann Hartliebs Kräuterbuch: Die Handschrift
Arbeit und Umwelt, 23. (284 pp.; ill.) Münster:
‘Ms. 46’ der Fürstlich Salm-Salmschen Bibliothek
Waxmann, 2004. ISBN: 9783830913610.
der Wasserburg Anholt,” 203-218; Wolf-Dieter
M ÜLLER -JAHNCKE and Ulrike B OFINGER, “Apo- Essays explore diverse topics in periods rang-
theker, Arzt und Fachschriftsteller: Jakob Theodor, ing from the early modern to the present. Con-
genannt Tabernaemontanus (1522–1590), aus Ber- tributors: Karl P ICHOL, Johannes W EYER,
gzabern,” 219-249; Otto N OWOTNY, “Paracelsus Wolfhard W EBER, Dietmar B LEIDICK, Michael
und die Transmutation,” 251-258; Fidel R ÄDLE, H ASCHER, Reinhold BAUER, Kurt M ÖSER,
“ ‘Vade ad Formican, o piger!’ (Prv 6, 6): Ameisen Günther L UXBACHER, Lars B LUMA, Torsten
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271; Hartmut RUDOLPH, “ ‘Dass ein jeder ‘Petrus’ GENHAUF , Wolfgang M ÜHL -B ENNINGHAUS,
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den Mercurius philosophorum,” 285-309; Bettina
WAHRIG, “Der Stoff der Macht: Gift und Elixier
in E. T. A. Hoffmans Erzählung ‘Ignaz Denner,’ ” 574. B OWMAN, Diana M., Graeme A. H ODGE, and
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568. S CHIFTER ACEVES, Liliana. “La introducción
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formas farmacéuticas compendiadas en las farmaco- 575. C ERUZZI, Paul E. “Moore’s Law and Techno-
peas mexicanas.” Circumscribere 3 (2007): 54–65. logical Determinism: Reflections on the History of
Technology.” Tech. & Cult. 46 (2005): 584–593.
A study of the editions of the Mexican Pharma-
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On the bow and arrow, the waterwheel, the coun- Cottbuser Studien zur Geschichte von Technik, Ar-
terpoise siege engine, the pendulum clock anchor beit und Umwelt, 27. (254 pp.; ill.; maps.) Münster:
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(2007): 3–49. technological beauty as developed since the 1960s.
On efforts to build locks, dykes, and channels in
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Technology, Liberalism and British Identity, 1750–
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People in Engineering: From the Earliest Records + 458 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Cambridge
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Lafayette, Ind.: Purdue University Press, 2008. ISBN:
9781557534590. 589. M ÅRALD, Erland, and Christer N ORDLUND.
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581. H ANSSON, Sven Ove. “What Is Technological a series on industrial technology and the environment.
Science?” Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci. 38 (2007): 523–527. Polhem 23 (2005): 5–10.
Contents: Alf H ORNBORG, “Fotavtryck i bo-
mullsfälten: Den industriella revolutionen som
582. H ARBERS, Hans, and Marli H UIJER. “Introduc- miljöbelastningsförskjutning,” 11–24 [ref. 2632];
tion.” Introduction to special issue: “Time-Politics Per-Olof G R ÖNBERG, “ ‘Skorsten kallar vi det rör,
of Technology.” Configurations 13 (2005 [2007]): som mot Ryssland röken för’: Om konstruktionen
323–330. av Europas högsta skorsten vid Rönnskärsverken,”
Contents: Nik B ROWN, “Shifting Tenses: Re- 25–42 [ref. 3343]; Kristina S ÖDERHOLM, “Den ve-
connecting Regimes of Truth and Hope,” 331– tenskapliga kontroversens roll Miljöargument mot
355; Hans H ARBERS, “How Much Time Can We massateknik under 1900-talet,” 43–64 [ref. 2964];
Stand? DNA Evidence and the Principle of Final- Bosse S UNDIN, “Från avfall till möjligheter: Eta-
ity in Criminal Law,” 357–371 [ref. 3455]; Mike nol i början av 1900-talet,” 65–84.
M ICHAEL, Steven P. WAINWRIGHT and Clare
W ILLIAMS, “Temporality and Prudence: On Stem
Cells as ‘Phronesic Things,’ ” 373–394 [ref. 534]; 590. M ITCHAM, Carl, and Juan BAUTISTA B EN -
GOETXEA . “Culture and Technology in Spain: From
Peter P ETERS, “Exchanging Travel Speed: Time
Politics in Mobility Practices,” 395–419; Marli Philosophical Analysis to STS.” Tech. & Cult. 47
H UIJER, “Orchestrating Time in the Genomic Era: (2006): 607–622.
Timescape Perspective on the Changing Practice
of Hereditary Breast Cancer Prevention,” 421–434 591. M ORTON, David L., and Joseph G ABRIEL.
[ref. 3662]. Electronics: The Life Story of a Technology. Green-
wood Technographies. (xiii + 201 pp.; ill.; bibl.;
index.) Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2004.
583. J ULEFF, Gill. “Crucible Steel in Sri Lanka in
ISBN : 0313332479.
the First Millennium AD and the Early Twentieth
Century.” Part of “Thematic Issue: History and
Characteristics of Wootz Steel in India and Abroad” 592. O RLAND, Barbara. (Ed.) Artifizielle Körper –
[ref. 791]. Indian J. Hist. Sci. 42 (2007): 517–518. lebendige Technik: Technische Modellierungen des
Körpers in historischer Perspektive. Translated title:
[Artificial body – living technology: technical model-
584. K IRKPATRICK, Graeme. Technology and Social
ing of the body in historical perspective.] In German.
Power. (ix + 182 pp.; bibl.; index.) New York:
Interferenzen – Studien zur Kulturgeschichte der
Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. ISBN: 1403947309.
Technik. (286 pp.) Zürich: Chronos Verlag, 2005.
ISBN : 3-0340-3690-X.
585. K IRSCHE, Albrecht. Zisterzienser, Glasmacher Contents: Barbara O RLAND, “Wo hören Körper
und Drechsler. Glashütten in Erzgebirge und Vogt- auf und fängt Technik an? Historische Anmer-
land und ihr Einfluss auf die Seiffener Holzkunst. kungen zu posthumanistischen Problemen,” 9-
160. Technology in general 49

42; Jakob TANNER, “Leib-Arte-Fakt. Künstliche pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Chicago: University of Chicago
Körper und der technische Zugriff auf das Le- Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780226720807.
ben,” 43-61; Jessica R ISKIN, “Künstliches Le- Contents: Jessica R ISKIN, “Introduction: The
ben produzieren. Denkparallelen im Automa- Sistine Gap,” 1-32; Sylvia B ERRYMAN, “The Imi-
tenbau des 18. Jahrhunderts und heute,” 65-85 tation of Life in Ancient Greek Philosophy,” 35-45
[ref. 1913]; Adelheid VOSKUHL, “ ‘Bewegung’ [ref. 873]; Anthony G RAFTON, “The Devil as Au-
und ‘Rührung.’ Musik spielende Androiden und tomaton: Giovanni Fontana and the Meanings of
ihre kulturelle Bedeutung im späten 18. Jahrhun- a Fifteenth-Century Machine,” 46-62 [ref. 1351];
dert,” 87-103 [ref. 1922]; Christina B ENNING - Scott M AISANO, “Infinite Gesture: Automata and
HAUS , “Eine ‘unästhetische Prozedur’. Debatten the Emotions in Descartes and Shakespeare,” 63-84
über ‘künstliche Befruchtung’ um 1910,” 107- [ref. 1393]; Dennis des C HENE, “Abstracting from
127 [ref. 3154]; Silke B ELLANGER and Aline the Soul: The Mechanics of Locomotion,” 85-95
S TEINBRECHER, “ ‘Der Tod wird nicht von ei- [ref. 1569]; Joan B. L ANDES, “The Anatomy of
ner Maschine entschieden’. Hirntoddiagnostik Artificial Life: An Eighteenth-Century Perspec-
in der Schweiz von 1960 bis 2000,” 129-144 tive,” 96-116 [ref. 1815]; William R. N EWMAN,
[ref. 3649]; Heather R. P ERRY, “Brave Old World. “The Homunculus and the Mandrake: Art Aid-
Recycling der Kriegskrüppel während des Er- ing Nature versus Art Faking Nature,” 119-130
sten Weltkrieges,” 147-158 [ref. 3302]; Cornelius [ref. 1296]; Elliott S OBER, “Sex Ratio Theory,
B ORCK, “Das künstliche Auge. Zur Geburt des Ancient and Modern: An Eighteenth-Century De-
Cyborgs in der Sinnesprothesenforschung,” 159- bate about Intelligent Design and the Develop-
176; Shelley M C K ELLAR, “ ‘Der Dracula der ment of Models in Evolutionary Biology,” 131-162
Medizintechnik’. Das künstliche Herz als the- [ref. 457]; M. Norton W ISE, “The Gender of Au-
rapeutische Technik für kardiovaskuläre Krank- tomata in Victorian Britain,” 163-195 [ref. 1997];
heiten,” 179-196; Markus C HRISTEN, “Der Ein- Timothy L ENOIR, “Techno-Humanism: Requiem
bau von Technik in das Gehirn. Das Wechsel- for the Cyborg,” 196-220 [ref. 135]; Bernadette
spiel von Informationsbegriffen und Technolo- B ENSAUDE -V INCENT, “Nanobots and Nanotubes:
gieentwicklung am Beispiel des Hörens,” 197- Two Alternative Biomimetic Paradigms of Nan-
218; Carmen BAUMELER, “Kleider machen Cy- otechnology,” 221-236 [ref. 3730]; David BATES,
borgs. Zur Geschichte der Wearable-Computing- “Creating Insight: Gestalt Theory and the Early
Forschung,” 221-237; Sabine M AASEN, “Schnitt- Computer,” 237-259 [ref. 3624]; Elizabeth K ING,
flächen flexiblen Selbstmanagements,” 239-260; “Perpetual Devotion: A Sixteenth-Century Ma-
Stefanie D UTTWEILER, “ ‘Körper, Geist und See- chine That Prays,” 263-292 [ref. 1360]; Adel-
le bepuscheln...’. Wellness als Technologie der heid VOSKUHL, “Motions and Passions: Music-
Selbstführung,” 261-277. Playing Women Automata and the Culture of Af-
fect in Late Eighteenth-Century Germany,” 293-
593. OTT, Ingrid, and Christian PAPILLOUD. “Con- 320 [ref. 1923]; Stefan H ELMREICH, “An Archae-
verging Institutions: Shaping Relationships between ology of Artificial Life, Underwater,” 321-333;
Nanotechnologies, Economy, and Society.” Bull. Sci. Evelyn Fox K ELLER, “Booting Up Baby,” 334-
Tech. Soc. 27 (2007): 455–466. 345 [ref. 3629]; Justine C ASSELL, “Body Lan-
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594. P ETERS, Peter Frank. Time, Innovation and
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599. S CHMIDT, Uta C. “ ‘Der Bergmann war immer
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A Social History of Technology. Second edition. (xvi von Dortmund Eving.” Translated title: [“The min-
+ 398 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Baltimore: Johns Hop- ers had always been surrounded by signals!” The
kins University Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780801885785. acoustic monument of Dortmund Eving.] In German.
Covers the period from colonial times to the Technikgeschichte 72 (2005): 127–147.
present. This second edition includes a revised On an acoustic signal set up as a monument to
chapter on war technology, as well as new material recognize the 700-year history of coal mining and
on information technology, globalization, and the its place in the modern urban environment.
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Der Einsatz von Wasser- und Windmühlen im Ober-
596. P YNE, Stephen J. “The Tool That Is More: An stift Münster vom Ausgang des Mittelalters bis zur
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Geschichtliche Arbeiten zur westfälischen Landes-
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tory of Computing.” Introduction to special issue
“New Directions in the History of Computing.” Ann.
601. W YATT, Sally. “Making Time and Taking Hist. Comput. 29, no. 4 (2007): 6–7.
Time.” Soc. Stud. Sci. 37 (2007): 821–824. Contents: Thomas J. M ISA, “Arthur Norberg, the
Essay review of Peter Frank P ETERS, Time, Inno- Charles Babbage Institute, and the History of Com-
vation and Mobilities (2006) [ref. 594]. puting,” 8–15 [ref. 605]; William A SPRAY, “Lead-
ership in Computing History: Arthur Norberg and
the Charles Babbage Institute,” 16–26; James W.
C ORTADA, “Studying the Role of IT in the Evo-
161. COMPUTERS; COMMUNICATION lution of American Business Practices: A Way
TECHNOLOGIES Forward,” 28–39 [ref. 603]; Martin C AMPBELL -
(includes information sciences, printing and publica- K ELLY, “The History of the History of Software,”
40–51; Thomas J. M ISA, “Understanding ‘How
tion technologies)
Computing Has Changed the World,’ ” 52–63; Jack
602. B ENAD -WAGENHOFF, Volker, Silvia W ER - M INKER, “Developing a Computer Science De-
FEL , and Boris F UCHS . (Eds.) Druckfarbe zwischen partment at the University of Maryland,” 64–75.
Alchemie und Hightech: Jahrestagung des Interna-
tionalen Arbeitskreises Druckgeschichte (IAD), 9. 607. O’R EGAN, Gerard. A Brief History of Com-
bis 11. November 2001 in Stuttgart. (144 pp.; ill.; puting. (xix + 245 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) London:
bibl.) Diepholz, Germany: GNT-Verlag, 2003. ISBN: Springer, 2008. ISBN: 9781848000834.
3928186698.
608. S TOUT, Helen, and Martin de J ONG. Over
603. C ORTADA, James W. “Studying the Role of IT spreektelegraaf en beeldtelefoon: de rol van de over-
in the Evolution of American Business Practices: A heid bij technologische transities in infrastructuurge-
Way Forward.” Part of special issue “New Directions bonden sectoren. (319 pp.; ill.) Utrecht, Netherlands:
in the History of Computing” [ref. 606]. Ann. Hist. Lemma, 2005. ISBN: 9059313720.
Comput. 29, no. 4 (2007): 28–39. Reviews: [ref. R985]

604. H USBANDS, Phil, Owen H OLLAND, and


Michael W HEELER. (Eds.) The Mechanical Mind in 163. AGRICULTURE AND RELATED
History. (viii + 458 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Cambridge, SCIENCES
Mass.: MIT Press, 2008. ISBN: 9780262083775. (includes animal husbandry, forestry, and food sci-
Contributions by scientists, artists, historians, and ence)
philosophers explore efforts to understand and me-
chanically create intelligent behavior in natural 609. B OUDAN, Christian. Géopolitique du goût : la
and artificial systems. Partial contents: Seth B UL - guerre culinaire. Science, histoire et société. (ix +
LOCK , “Charles Babbage and the Emergence of 451 pp; bibl.) Paris: Presses universitaires de France,
Automated Reason,” 19-40 [ref. 2665]; Margaret 2004. ISBN: 2130540759.
A. B ODEN, “D’Arcy Thompson: A Grandfather of Broad history of food and culture with a chapter on
A-Life,” 41-60 [ref. 2663]; Donald M ICHIE, “Alan “la science qui nourrit.”
Turing’s Mind Machines,” 61-74 [ref. 3388]; An-
drew H ODGES, “What Did Alan Turing Mean by 610. JACKEL ÉN, Antje. “Food Safety and Food
‘Machine’?” 75–90; Philip H USBANDS and Owen Justice: Impacts of Scientific and Religious Cultures.”
H OLLAND, “The Ratio Club: A Hub of British Cy- In Wisdom or Knowledge? Science, Theology and
bernetics,” 91-148 [ref. 3786]; Peter M. A SARO, Cultural Dynamics, edited by M EISINGER et al.
“From Mechanisms of Adaptation to Intelligence (2007) [ref. 233], 135–144.
Amplifiers: The Philosophy of W. Ross Ashby,”
149-184 [ref. 3620]; Jon B IRD and Ezequiel A.
D I PAOLO, “Gordon Pask and His Maverick Ma- 611. S UMNER, James. “Status, Scale and Secret
chines,” 185-212 [ref. 3770]; Jana H OR ÁKOV Á Ingredients: The Retrospective Invention of London
and Jozef K ELEMEN, “The Robot Story: Why Porter.” Hist. & Tech. 24 (2008): 289–306.
Robots Were Born and How They Grew Up,” On the history of porter beer.
283-306; Michael W HEELER, “God’s Machines:
Descartes on the Mechanization of Mind,” 307-330
[ref. 1473]. 164. AIR AND SPACE TECHNOLOGIES
(includes manned and unmanned space travel)
605. M ISA, Thomas J. “Arthur Norberg, the Charles 612. L AUNIUS, Roger D., and Howard E. M C -
Babbage Institute, and the History of Computing.” C URDY. Robots in Space: Technology, Evolution,
Part of special issue “New Directions in the History and Interplanetary Travel. New Series in NASA
of Computing” [ref. 606]. Ann. Hist. Comput. 29, no. History. (xx + 313 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Balti-
4 (2007): 8–15. more: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. ISBN:
See also William A SPRAY, “Leadership in Com- 9780801887086.
puting History” Ann. Hist. Comput. 29, no. 4 Includes a survey of literature, fiction and non-
(2007): 16–26 fiction, on the future of space exploration.
F. Classification by Geographical Area and Cultural Influence

200. CULTURAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL the first issue. East Asian STS 1 (2007): 233–236.
CONTEXTS, GENERAL WORKS (See Daiwie F U, “How Far Can East Asian STS
Go?” East Asian STS 1 (2007): 1–14 [ref. 54].)
(for colonialism related to specific regions, see that
Further commentary: Hideto NAKAJIMA, “Dif-
region) ferences in East Asian STS: European Origin or
American Origin?” 237–241; Fa-ti FAN, “East
Asian STS: Fox or Hedgehog?” 243–247; War-
200-1. GENERAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE wick A NDERSON, “How Far Can East Asian STS
(includes interdisciplinary topics and biographies of Go? A Commentary,” 249–250.
scientists)
617. M AC L EOD, Roy. “Introduction.” Introduction
613. C HAMBERS, David Wade, and Richard G ILLE - to the Osiris volume “Nature and Empire: Science
SPIE . “Locality in the History of Science: Colonial and the Colonial Enterprise.” Osiris 15 (2000): 1–13.
Science, Technoscience, and Indigenous Knowledge.”
Volume title: Nature and Empire: Science and the Contents: Juan P IMENTEL, “The Iberian Vision:
Colonial Enterprise [ref. 617]. Osiris 15 (2000): Science and Empire in the Framework of a Uni-
221–240. versal Monarchy, 1500–1800,” 17–30 [ref. 1177];
James E. M C C LELLAN, III and François R E -
614. D ELBOURGO, James, and Nicholas D EW. GOURD , “The Colonial Machine: French Science
(Eds.) Science and Empire in the Atlantic World. and Colonization in the Ancien Régime,” 31–50
(xiv + 365 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Rout- [ref. 1667]; Sverker S ORLIN, “Ordering the World
ledge, 2008. ISBN: 9780415961264. for Europe: Science as Intelligence and Informa-
Contents: James D ELBOURGO and Nicholas D EW, tion as Seen from the Northern Periphery,” 51–69
“Introduction: The Far Side of the Ocean,” 1-28; [ref. 1976]; Alberto E LENA and Javier O RD Ó ÑEZ,
Alison S ANDMAN, “Controlling Knowledge: Nav- “Science, Technology, and the Spanish Colonial
igation, Cartography, and Secrecy in the Early Experience in the Nineteenth Century,” 70–82
Modern Spanish Atlantic,” 31-51 [ref. 1290]; [ref. 1969]; Suzanne Z ELLER, “The Colonial
Nicholas D EW, “Vers la ligne: Circulating Mea- World as Geological Metaphor: Strata(gems) of
surements around the French Atlantic,” 53-72 Empire in Victorian Canada,” 85–107 [ref. 2203];
[ref. 1416]; Joyce E. C HAPLIN, “Knowing the Maria Margaret L OPES and Irina P ODGORNY,
Ocean: Benjamin Franklin and the Circulation of “The Shaping of Latin American Museums of Nat-
Atlantic Knowledge,” 73-96 [ref. 1777]; Ralph ural History, 1850–1990,” 108–118 [ref. 2012];
BAUER, “A New World of Secrets: Occult Philos- Kapil R AJ, “Colonial Encounters and the Forg-
ophy in the Sixteenth-Century Atlantic,” 99-126 ing of New Knowledge and National Identities:
[ref. 1205]; Júnia Ferreira F URTADO, “Tropical Great Britain and India, 1760–1850,” 119–134
Empiricism: Making Medical Knowledge in Colo- [ref. 1668]; Michael A. O SBORNE, “Acclimatiz-
nial Brazil,” 127-151 [ref. 1598]; Jan G OLINSKI, ing the World: A History of the Paradigmatic
“American Climate and the Civilization of Na- Colonial Science,” 135–151 [ref. 2277]; Anto-
ture,” 153-174 [ref. 1556]; Antonio BARRERA - nio L AFUENTE, “Enlightenment in an Imperial
O SORIO, “Empiricism in the Spanish Atlantic Context: Local Science in the Late-Eighteenth-
World,” 177-202 [ref. 1284]; Neil S AFIER, “Fruit- Century Hispanic World,” 155–173 [ref. 1823];
less Botany: Joseph de Jussieu’s South Ameri- Silvia F IGUEIR ÔA and Clarete da S ILVA, “En-
can Odyssey,” 203-224 [ref. 1827]; Daniela B LE - lightened Mineralogists: Mining Knowledge in
ICHMAR , “Atlantic Competitions: Botany in the Colonial Brazil, 1750–1825,” 174–189 [ref. 1782];
Eighteenth-Century Spanish Empire,” 225-252 Harriet D EACON, “Racism and Medical Science
[ref. 1819]; James D ELBOURGO, “The Elec- in South Africa’s Cape Colony in the Mid- to
tric Machine in the American Garden,” 255-280 Late Nineteenth Century,” 190–206 [ref. 2457];
[ref. 1752]; Susan Scott PARRISH, “Diasporic Michael W ORBOYS, “The Colonial World as Mis-
African Sources of Enlightenment Knowledge,” sion and Mandate: Leprosy and Empire, 1900–
281-310 [ref. 815]; François R EGOURD, “Mes- 1940,” 207–218 [ref. 3235]; David Wade C HAM -
merism in Saint Domingue: Occult Knowledge BERS and Richard G ILLESPIE, “Locality in the
and Vodou on the Eve of the Haitian Revolution,” History of Science: Colonial Science, Techno-
311-332 [ref. 1705]; Margaret C. JACOB, “After- science, and Indigenous Knowledge,” 221–240
word: Science, Global Capitalism and the State,” [ref. 613]; Deepak K UMAR, “Reconstructing In-
333-344 [ref. 193]. dia: Disunity in the Science and Technology for
Development Discourse, 1900–1947,” 241–257
615. FAN, Fa-ti. “Science in Cultural Borderlands: [ref. 2713]; Christophe B ONNEUIL, “Develop-
Methodological Reflections on the Study of Science, ment as Experiment: Science and State Building
European Imperialism, and Cultural Encounter.” East in Late Colonial and Postcolonial Africa, 1930–
Asian STS 1 (2007): 213–231. 1970,” 258–281 [ref. 816]; John M ERSON, “Bio-
Prospecting or Bio-Piracy: Intellectual Property
616. H ONG, Sungook. “East Asian STS: Some Rights and Biodiversity in a Colonial and Post-
Critical Issues.” Commentary to the position paper in colonial Context,” 282–296 [ref. 622].
52 200. Cultural & cross-cultural contexts

618. R AJ, Kapil. Relocating Modern Science: Cir- a global scale in the seventeenth and eighteenth
culation and the Construction of Knowledge in South centuries.” (from the abstract)
Asia and Europe, 1650–1900. (xiii + 285 pp.; ill.;
bibl.; index.) New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. 200-121. GEOGRAPHY; CARTOGRAPHY;
ISBN : 0230507085.
EXPLORATION
“Challenges the belief that modern science was
created uniquely in the West and that it was subse- 621. A KERMAN, James R. The Imperial Map: Car-
quently diffused elsewhere.” (from the publisher) tography and the Mastery of Empire. The Kenneth
Reviews: [ref. R829] Nebenzahl, Jr., lectures in the History of Cartography.
(336 pp.; maps; bibl.; index.) Chicago: University
619. S TUCHTEY, Benedikt. (Ed.) Science across of Chicago Press, 2008. ISBN: 9780226010762;
the European Empires, 1800–1950. Studies of the 0226010767.
German Historical Institute London. (viii + 376 pp.;
bibl.; index.) New York: Oxford University Press, 200-123. ECOLOGY; ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
2005. ISBN: 0199276292. (includes conservation, natural resource manage-
Contents: Benedikt S TUCHTEY, “Introduction: To-
wards a Comparative History of Science and Trop- ment, and environmental history; for forestry, see
ical Medicine in Imperial Cultures since 1800,” 163-Agriculture)
1-45; Donal P. M C C RACKEN, “Fraternity in the 622. M ERSON, John. “Bio-Prospecting or Bio-
Age of Jingoism: The British Imperial Botanical Piracy: Intellectual Property Rights and Biodiversity
and Forestry Network,” 49-62 [ref. 2288]; Lothar in a Colonial and Postcolonial Context.” Volume
B URCHARDT, “The School of Oriental Languages title: Nature and Empire: Science and the Colonial
at the University of Berlin—Forging the Cadres Enterprise [ref. 617]. Osiris 15 (2000): 282–296.
of German Imperialism?” 63-105 [ref. 2421];
Patrick P ETITJEAN, “Science and the ‘Civilizing
Mission’: France and the Colonial Enterprise,” 200-150. MEDICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS
107-128 [ref. 1940]; Suzanne M. M OON, “Devel- (see also 135-Human biology)
opment and the Dual Economy: Theories of Colo-
nial Transformation in the Netherlands East Indies, 623. B IVINS, Roberta E. “ ‘The English Disease’ or
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and Early Years of the Hamburg Institute of Nau- Considers various influences on medicine from
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Michele T HOMPSON, “French Colonial Medicine Indian and Chinese medicine.
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627. A NDERSON, Warwick. Colonial Pathologies:
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book shows the influence of this experience on
620. O GBORN, Miles. Indian Ink: Script and Print in military medicine, industrial hygiene, U.S. urban
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“Exploring the relationship between power and 628. I IJIMA Wataru. Mararia to teikoku: shoku-
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200-153. PHARMACY
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(includes pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs)
629. A KASOY, Anna, and Ronit YOELI -T LALIM. 639. VASALOU, Sophia. “Subject and Body in Baran
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240. “My focus is on one of the major arguments used
Focuses on a comparison between the medical uses by the late Barans..., and on the relationship be-
of musk. tween the mental and the physical (or the subjective
and objective) which emerges from it.” (from the
abstract)
210. ARABIC-ISLAMIC CONTEXTS
210-103. MATHEMATICS
210-41. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS
640. B RENTJES, Sonja. “An Exciting New Arabic
(includes science of measurement) Version of Euclid’s Elements: MS Mumbai, Mullā
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210-42. SCIENCE EDUCATION 642. M ILED, Marouane ben. “Mesurer le continu,
(includes history of educational institutions) dans la tradition arabe des livres V et X des
Éléments.” Arab. Sci. Phil. 18 (2008): 1–18.
631. I TO Shuntaro. “The History of Science in Ara-
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title.] In Japanese. Kagakusi Ken. (Hist. Sci.) 43 finitésimales du IXe au XIe siècle: théorie des
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210-102. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY; HISTORY OF (xviii + 1034 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) London: Al-
IDEAS Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation, 2000. ISBN:
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632. A HMAD, Zaid. The Epistemology of Ibn
Khaldūn. Culture and Civilization in the Middle 644. R AYNAUD, Dominique. “Le tracé continu
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RoutledgeCurzon, 2003. ISBN: 0415302854. tions optico-perspectives, héritage de la tradition
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299–345.
633. D’A NCONA, Cristina. “Degrees of Abstraction “The perfect compass, used by al-Quhi, al-Sijzi
in Avicenna.” In Theories of Perception in Medieval and his successors for the continuous drawing of
and Early Modern Philosophy, edited by K NUUT- conic sections, reappeared after a long eclipse
TILA and K ÄRKK ÄINEN (2008) [ref. 487], 47–72. in the works of Renaissance mathematicians like
Francesco Barozzi in Venice.... [V]arious elements
634. H ASNAWI, Ahmad. “Boèce, Averroès et suggest a direct descent.” (from the abstract)
Abū al-Barakāt al-Bagādı̄, témoins des écrits de
Thémistius sur les topiques d’Aristote.” Arab. Sci.
Phil. 17 (2007): 203–265. 210-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY
(see also 164-Air and space technologies)
635. M ARMURA, Michael E. “Some Questions Re-
garding Avicenna’s Theory of the Temporal Origina- 645. B ELLVER, José. “Ŷābir b Aflah. en torno a la
tion of the Human Rational Soul.” Arab. Sci. Phil. 18 inclinación de los eclipses en el horizonte.” Arch. Int.
(2008): 121–138. Hist. Sci. 57 (2007): 3–23.

636. M ENN, Stephen. “Al-Fārābı̄’s Kitāb Al-H


. urūf 646. B ONINE, M. E. “Romans, Astronomy and the
and His Analysis of the Senses of Being.” Arab. Sci. Qibla: Urban Form and Orientation of Islamic Cities
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637. R ASHED, Marwan. “Al-Fārābı̄’s Lost Treatise
On Changing Beings and the Possibility of a Demon- 647. R AGEP, F. Jamil. “ ‘Alı̄ Qushjı̄ and Regiomon-
stration of the Eternity of the World.” Arab. Sci. Phil. tanus: Eccentric Transformations and Copernican
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648. R AGEP, F. Jamil. “Freeing Astronomy from 210-114. ALCHEMY


Philosophy: An Aspect of Islamic Influence on Sci-
658. C ARUSI, Paola. “Génération, corruption, et
ence.” Volume title: “Science in Theistic Contexts:
transmutation. Embryologie et cosmologie dans
Cognitive Dimensions” [ref. 225]. Osiris 16 (2001):
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649. S AMS Ó, Julio. Astronomy and Astrology in al- [ref. 368], 171–187.
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ies Series. (382 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Burlington, Vt.:
Ashgate/Variorum, 2007. ISBN: 9780754659341. les Épı̂tres des Frères de la Pureté.” In L’alchimie et
“Deals with the development of astronomy and as- ses racines philosophiques, edited by V IANO (2005)
trology in al-Andalus and the Maghrib between the [ref. 368], 189–200.
10th and the 19th centuries.” (from the publisher)
660. RUDOLPH, Ulrich. “La connaissance des
650. S CHMIDL, Petra G. Volkstümliche Astronomie Présocratiques à l’aube de la philosophie et de
im Islamischen Mittelalter: zur Bestimmung der Ge- l’alchimie islamiques.” In L’alchimie et ses racines
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661. T HILLET, Pierre. “Remarques sur le Liber
Leiden: Brill, 2007. ISBN: 900415390X.
Quartorum du pseudo-Platon (Kitāb al-rawābı̄’ li-
Aflāt.ūn).” In L’alchimie et ses racines philosophiques,
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651. C ASULLERAS, Josep. “El cálculo de aspectos
o la proyección de rayos en la astrologı́a medieval 210-120. EARTH AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES,
árabe.” Arch. Int. Hist. Sci. 57 (2007): 25–46. GENERAL WORKS
(includes meteorology and climatology)
210-112. PHYSICS; EXACT SCIENCES, GENERAL
WORKS 662. D JEBBAR, Ahmed. “Pratiques métrologiques
arabes et savoirs mathématiques.” In La juste mesure,
652. A LFONSO -G OLDFARB, Ana M., and Safa A. edited by M OULINIER et al. (2005) [ref. 255], 59–78.
A. C. J UBRAN. “Os princı́pios ou bases materiais
na primeira hermética em lı́ngua árabe: um estudo
210-131. BOTANY; PLANT SCIENCES
de caso utilizando o Livro do Tesouro de Alexandre.”
Translated title: [The material principles or bases in 663. G ARC ÍA S ÁNCHEZ, Expiración. “Utility and
the first Hermeticism in Arabic language: a case- Aesthetics in the Gardens of al-Andalus: Species
study from the Book of the Treasure of Alexander]. with Multiple Uses.” In Health and Healing from the
Circumscribere 1 (2006): 1–10. Medieval Garden, edited by D ENDLE and T OUWAIDE
(2008) [ref. 1122], 205–227.
653. A LHACEN. Alhacen on the Principles of Re-
flection: A Critical Edition, with English Translation
and Commentary, of Books 4 and 5 of Alhacen’s 210-137. PSYCHOLOGY; COMPARATIVE
De Aspectibus, the Medieval Latin Version of Ibn- PSYCHOLOGY
al-Haytham’s Kitab al-Manazir. Edited by A. Mark (includes sociobiology, animal behavior, evolutionary
S MITH. Transactions of the American Philosophi- psychology; see also 151-Psychiatry)
cal Society, 96-4/5. (2 vol.; cxxvii + 697 pp.; ill.;
bibl.; index.) Philadelphia: American Philosophical 664. I VRY, Alfred L. “The Ontological Entailments
Society, 2006. ISBN: 0871699621. of Averroes’ Understanding of Perception.” In Theo-
ries of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Phi-
654. AVICENNA. Liber primus Naturalium: tracta- losophy, edited by K NUUTTILA and K ÄRKK ÄINEN
tus secundus, De motu et de consimilibus. Edited by (2008) [ref. 487], 73–86.
S. van R IET, J. JANSSENS, and A. A LLARD. Avi-
cenna Latinus, 10. (376 pp.; bibl.; index.) Leuven: 210-150. MEDICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS
Peeters, 2006. ISBN: 2803102315. (see also 135-Human biology)
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665. J OOSSE, N. Peter. “ ‘De geest is uit de fles’:
655. F RANCO, Abel B. “Avempace, Projectile Mo- De middeleeuwse Arabische arts ,Abd Al-Lat.ı̄f Ibn
tion, and Impetus Theory.” J. Hist. Ideas 64 (2003): Yūsuf Al-Baghdādı̄: zijn medische werk en zijn bi-
521–546. zarre affiliatie met het twintigste-eeuwse spiritisme.”
Gewina 30 (2007): 211–229.
656. S ABRA, A. I. “The ‘Commentary’ That Saved On ,Abd Al-Lat.ı̄f’s work in the 13th century and
the Text. The Hazardous Journey of Ibn al-Haytham’s the resurfacing of his name in the 20th century in
Arabic Optics.” Early Sci. & Med. 12 (2007): 117– spiritualist circles.
133.
On the transmission of the text and the commentary 666. M OSSENSOHN, Miri Shefer. “A Tale of Two
within the Islamic Arabic and Persian worlds. Discourses: The Historiography of Ottoman-Muslim
Medicine.” Soc. Hist. Med. 21 (2008): 1–12.
657. S TONE, Abraham D. “Avicenna’s Theory of
Primary Mixture.” Arab. Sci. Phil. 18 (2008): 99– 667. P ORMANN, Peter E., and Emilie S AVAGE -
119. S MITH. Medieval Islamic Medicine. (xiii + 223 pp.;
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ill.; bibl.; index.) Edinburgh: Edinburgh University “Tries to present a panoramic view of the Byzan-
Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780748620678. tine magic and to analyze some problems on the de-
Reviews: [ref. R818] monology offered by hagiographical texts.” (from
the abstract)
668. T IBI, Selma. The Medicinal Use of Opium in
Ninth-Century Baghdad. Sir Henry Wellcome Asian
Series, 5. (xiv + 314 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Boston: 220-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY
Brill, 2006. ISBN: 9004146962. (see also 164-Air and space technologies)
Reviews: [ref. R1014] 677. H ANNAH, Robert. “The meridiana of Ulugh
Beg in Hagia Sophia, Constantinople.” Nuncius 22
669. W UJASTYK, Dominik. “A Persian Anatomical
(2007): 7–14.
Image in a Non-Muslim Manuscript from Gujarat.”
Argues that the claim that Ulugh Beg laid out a
Med. Hist. 51 (2007): 237–242.
meridiana in the Hagia Sophia in 1437 is incorrect,
a misunderstanding by Leonardo Ximenes of a
210-153. PHARMACY statement by John Greaves.
(includes pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs)
670. C HIPMAN, Leigh. “Islamic Pharmacy in the 220-160. TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL WORKS
Mamlūk and Mongol Realms: Theory and Practice.” (includes architecture; for biotechnology, see 134-
Asian Med. 3 (2008): 265–278. Microbiology; see also 161-Computers and 164-Air
and space)
671. M ATTHEE, Rudi. The Pursuit of Pleasure:
Drugs and Stimulants in Iranian History, 1500–1900. 678. L EWIS, Michael J. T. “Antique Engineering in
(xv + 346 pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.; index.) Prince- the Byzantine World.” In Technology in Transition,
ton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, 2005. ISBN: edited by L AVAN et al. (2007) [ref. 960], 367–380.
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Reviews: [ref. R685] 679. Z ANINI, Enrico. “Technology and Ideas: Ar-
chitects and Master-Builders in the Early Byzantine
672. R ICORDEL, Joëlle. “Quantifier la force des World.” In Technology in Transition, edited by L A -
médicaments composés : des exemples en médecine VAN et al. (2007) [ref. 960], 381–406.
arabo-musulmane.” In La juste mesure, edited by
M OULINIER et al. (2005) [ref. 255], 99–116.
230. EAST ASIAN AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN
210-160. TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL WORKS
CONTEXTS
(includes architecture; for biotechnology, see 134-
Microbiology; see also 161-Computers and 164-Air 230-1. GENERAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE
and space) (includes interdisciplinary topics and biographies of
scientists)
673. A RCE, Ignacio. “Umayyad Building Tech-
niques and the Merging of Roman-Byzantine 680. C AI Hai-rong. “Regional and cultural factors on
and Partho-Sassanian Traditions: Continuity and the formation of idealism and utilitarianism in modern
Change.” In Technology in Transition, edited by science of China: influence of Wu-Yue and Ling-Nan
L AVAN et al. (2007) [ref. 960], 491–538. culture on modern science of China.” [Translated
title.] In Chinese. J. Dial. Natur. 27, no. 3 (2005):
674. RUGGLES, D. Fairchild. “Waterwheels and 34–39.
Garden Gizmos: Technology and Illusion in Islamic
Gardens.” In Wind and Water in the Middle Ages, 681. H ANSON, Marta E. “Needham’s Heavenly Vol-
edited by WALTON (2006) [ref. 1154], 69–88. umes and Earthly Tomes.” Early Sci. & Med. 12
(2007): 405–432.
Essay review of Joseph N EEDHAM, Science and
Civilisation in China Edited by Nathan S IVIN.
220. BYZANTIUM AND EASTERN (1999); Joseph N EEDHAM, Science and Civil-
CHRISTIAN CONTEXTS isation in China. Volume 7 Part II Edited by
Kenneth Girdwood ROBINSON. (2004); Elisa-
220-41. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS beth H SU (ed.), Innovation in Chinese Medicine
(includes science of measurement) (2001); Joseph N EEDHAM, Biology and Biological
Technology. Volume 6, Part 5, Fermentations and
675. L EFORT, Jacques. “Mesure fiscale de la terre à Food Science Edited by H. T. H UANG. (2000);
Byzance.” In La juste mesure, edited by M OULINIER Rose K ERR, Nigel W OOD, and Joseph N EED -
et al. (2005) [ref. 255], 23–33. HAM (eds.), Science and Civilisation in China
(2004) [ref. 761]; Vivienne L O and Christopher
220-101. OCCULT SCIENCES; MAGIC C ULLEN (eds.), Medieval Chinese Medicine (2005)
(includes scientific anomalies and “pseudo-science”) [ref. 745].
676. B RAVO G ARC ÍA, Antonio. “ ‘H µαγικη 682. K IM Yung Sik. Jeong Yakyong sasang sogui
κακoτεχνια’. Materiales para una historia de la ma- gwahak gisul. Translated title: [The place of science
gia y la demonologı́a bizantinas.” MHNH 2 (2002): and technology in the thought of Jeong Yakyong:
5–70. Confucian tradition, practicality, and science]. In
56 230. East Asian contexts

Korean. Seoul: Seoul National University Press, Investigation in Taiwan and Its Global Deploy-
2006. ment, 1895–1909,” 153–165 [ref. 2187]; Akihisa
The first independent volume that presents re- S ETOGUCHI, “Control of Insect Vectors in the
search on the Confucian scholar Jeong Yakyong’s Japanese Empire: Transformation of the Colo-
(1762–1836) theories and views on science and nial/Metropolitan Environment, 1920–1945,” 167–
technology. 181 [ref. 2963]; Masumi Z AIKI and Togo T SUKA -
HARA , “Meteorology on the Southern Frontier
683. KOREAN H ISTORY OF S CIENCE S OCIETY. of Japan’s Empire: Ogasawara Kazuo at Taihoku
(Ed.) Han’guk gwahakgisul inmul 12in. Translated Imperial University,” 183–203 [ref. 2941]; Gre-
title: [Twelve figures in Korean history of science and gory C LANCEY, “Japanese Colonialism and Its
technology]. In Korean. Seoul: Haenamu Publishing, Sciences: A Commentary,” 205–211.
2005.
A compilation of biographical studies on twelve 690. WALEY-C OHEN, Joanna. “The New Qing His-
distinguished figures in Korean science and tech- tory.” Radic. Hist. Rev. 88 (2004): 193–206.
nology from the 13th century to the 20th century. Essay review of Laura H OSTETLER, Qing Colonial
Enterprise (2001).
684. M ARTZLOFF, Jean-Claude. “Les chapitres
de l’Histoire générale des sciences consacrés à la 691. YANO Michio. “Introduction.” Introduction to
Chine.” Part of special issue “Mémorial René Taton” special issue: “New Perspectives in the History of
[ref. 75]. Arch. Int. Hist. Sci. 57 (2007): 397–408. East Asian Science.” Hist. Scientiarum 17 (2008):
159–160.
685. M OON Joong-Yang and KOO Mhan-Ock. (Eds.) Contents: TAKEDA Tokimasa, “The Formation
Han’guk sirak sasang yeon’gu 4: gwahakgisul- of the Study of Shushu and Its Development in
pyeon. Translated title: [Studies on the thoughts the Middle Ages: A Tentative Study of a Field
of Sirak scholarship in late Joseon Korea. Vol. 4: of Scientific Study Peculiar to East Asia,” 161–
science and technology]. In Korean. Seoul: Hyean 174 [ref. 688]; L IM Jong-tae, “Locating a Center
Publishing Co., 2005. on the Surface of a Globe: Negotiating China’s
On the introduction of Western science to Korea Position on the Spherical Earth in Seventeenth and
and the developmental changes of traditional sci- Eighteenth-Century China and Korea,” 175–188
entific discourses (focuses on particular sciences [ref. 728]; M OON Joong-Yang, “Late Circulation
such as astronomy, astronomical instruments, ge- of the Early Qing Natural Studies in 19th Century
ography, medicine, and agriculture). Korea,” 189–210 [ref. 703]; Kazuhiko M IYAJIMA,
“A New Discovery of Korean Astrolabe,” 211–224
686. M OON Joong-Yang. “Sejong-dae gwahak gisul [ref. 700]; S HIN Dongwon, “How Four Different
eui jajuseong, dasi bigi.” Translated title: [Science Political Systems Have Shaped the Modernization
and technology in King Sejong’s era: questioning its of Traditional Korean Medicine between 1900 and
independence from China]. In Korean. Yoksa Hakbo 1960,” 225–241 [ref. 749]; Sergey L APTEFF, “A
189 (2006): 39–72. Comparison of Technological Characteristics of
Argues that science and technology during King Ancient Bronze Mirrors in China, Korea, Japan,
Sejong’s reign (1418–1450) was neither indepen- and South Siberia,” 242–252 [ref. 762].
dent nor different from that in China, despite the
general perception to the contrary.
230-5. HISTORIOGRAPHY; HISTORICAL
687. M OON Joong-Yang. Uriyeoksa gwahak gi- METHODS
haeng. Translated title: [A journey through science (see also Part B-Theoretical approaches)
in Korean history]. In Korean. Seoul: East-Asia
Publishing, 2006. 692. Q U An-jing. “Revisiting two movements of
On the relics and artifacts of Korean traditional research in the history of Chinese mathematics.”
sciences (star maps, world maps, astronomical [Translated title.] In Chinese. J. Dial. Natur. 28, no.
instruments, armillary spheres, scaphe sundials, 5 (2006): 100–104.
warships, firearms, etc.). A 20th-century historiography of Chinese mathe-
matics.
688. TAKEDA Tokimasa. “The Formation of the
Study of Shushu and Its Development in the Middle 693. WANG Yang-zong. “Yang Quan (1893–1933)
Ages: A Tentative Study of a Field of Scientific Study and the Needham problem.” [Translated title.] In
Peculiar to East Asia.” Part of special issue: “New Chinese. Guangxi Minzu Xueyuan Xuebao 12, no. 3
Perspectives in the History of East Asian Science” (2006): 34–36.
[ref. 691]. Hist. Scientiarum 17 (2008): 161–174.
“Natural science in East Asia formed a unique 230-20. SCIENCE AND ITS INTERACTION WITH
field of study called the study of shushu, which SOCIETY AND CULTURE, GENERAL WORKS
consisted of various fields of natural science and
divinations.” (from the abstract) (includes popular culture; popularization of science;
public understanding of science)
689. T SUKAHARA, Togo. “Introduction to Feature
Issue: Colonial Science in Former Japanese Imperial 694. WANG Li. “The resistance and tension between
Universities.” East Asian STS 1 (2007): 147–152. Chinese culture and science and technology.” [Trans-
Contents: Boumsoung K IM, “Seismicity within lated title.] In Chinese. Stud. Dial. Natur. 22, no. 8
and beyond the Empire: Japanese Seismological (2006): 83–85.
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230-23. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE; SCIENCE “Lin discusses Peking University’s spirit of open-
AND ART ness and how the school both encouraged the syn-
(includes drama and performing arts) thesis of Chinese and Western knowledge and
promoted Western learning for the national good.”
695. Z HANG Bing-lun. “Outline of the historical re- (from the publisher)
sources of science and technology in Jingbu.” [Trans-
lated title.] In Chinese. Guangxi Minzu Xueyuan
Xuebao 12, no. 1 (2006): 5–9. 230-102. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY; HISTORY OF
On the resources that can be used in understanding IDEAS
technology and science in classical texts of history (includes history of philosophy of science)
and literature: esp., Shangshu and Shijing.
702. L IM Jong-tae. “Muhan uju eui uhwa – Hong
Dae-yong eui gwahak gwa munmyeongnon.” Trans-
230-26. SCIENCE AND RACE; SCIENCE AND lated title: [An allegory of the infinite universe—
ETHNICITY Hong Dae-yong’s thoughts on science and civiliza-
(for eugenics, see 135-Human biology) tion]. In Korean. Yeoksa Bipyeong 58 (2005): 261–
285.
696. L I Di. “On the Historical Contribution of the
Chinese Minorities to Science and Technology.” Reevaluates the role of scientific ideas in the work
[Translated title.] In Chinese. Nei Menggu Shifan of Confucian scholar Hong Dae-yong (1731-1783),
Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban) 36, no. 5 (2007): focusing on his criticism of the neo-Confucian
649–653. world view.
Covers the relationship between Han Chinese and 703. M OON Joong-Yang. “Late Circulation of the
minority groups in China since ancient times. Early Qing Natural Studies in 19th Century Korea.”
Part of special issue: “New Perspectives in the History
230-28. SCIENCE AND RELIGION of East Asian Science” [ref. 691]. Hist. Scientiarum
17 (2008): 189–210.
697. R EDMOND, Geoffrey P. Science and Asian
Examines how the metaphysical cosmological dis-
Spiritual Traditions. Greenwood Guides to Science
course of the Fang Yizhi School influenced Korean
and Religion. (xxii + 256 pp.; bibl.; index.) Westport,
cosmological contemplation in the 19th century.
CT: Greenwood Press, 2008. ISBN: 0313334625.
(from the abstract)
698. S EKIMORI, Gaynor. “Star Rituals and Nikkō
Shugendō.” Cult. & Cosmos 10 (2006): 217–250. 704. T ONG Heng-ping. “The Influence of the Rise
and Fall of Moist Science on the Development of
Explores the “unusual prevalence of shrines known
Ancient Chinese Science.” [Translated title.] In
as star shrines (Hoshi no Miya) in the vicinity of
Chinese. Kexue Jishu yu Bianzhengfa 25, no. 1
Nikko, and examines the significance of stars in the
(2008): 91–97.
traditions of medieval Nikko Shugendo.” (from the
abstract) On the school of thought developed by the follow-
ers of Mo Di in the 3rd century B.C.E.

230-29. SCIENCE AND WAR


230-103. MATHEMATICS
699. K IM Yeon-hee. “Yeongseonsa haeng gungye
hakjodan eui jae pyeong-ga.” Translated title: [A 705. C HEN Kai-xian. “A procedural interpretation
reappraisal of the Gungyehakjodan of yeongseonsa of the counter of China and Nine Chapters on the
haeng]. In Korean. Han-gook-sa Yeon-goo 137 Mathematical Arts.” [Translated title.] In Chinese.
(2007): 227–267. Stud. Dial. Natur. 22, no. 9 (2006): 81–85.
Examines the Gungyehakjodan, a corps of 38
technicians, dispached to Taijin, China, in October 706. DAUBEN, Joseph W. “Suan Shu Shu: A Book
1881 by the government of Joseon Korea to acquire on Numbers and Computations: English Translation
new arms production techniques from the Qing with Commentary.” Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 62 (2008):
Dynasty. 91–177.

707. G UO Shi-rong. “The Spread of 17th-Century


230-41. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Chinese Translations of Western Mathematical Trea-
(includes science of measurement) tises in Korea.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. Nei
Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban) 36,
700. M IYAJIMA, Kazuhiko. “A New Discovery of no. 6 (2007): 683–686.
Korean Astrolabe.” [sic] Part of special issue: “New
Perspectives in the History of East Asian Science” 708. L UO Jianjin. “On the Development of the
[ref. 691]. Hist. Scientiarum 17 (2008): 211–224. Formulae for Sums of Integers.” Hist. Scientiarum 13
(2003): 101–110.
230-42. SCIENCE EDUCATION On the achievements of Japanese and Chinese
(includes history of educational institutions) mathematicians from the 17th to the 19th centuries.

701. L IN, Xiaoqing Diana. Peking University: 709. T ONG Qing-jun and F ENG Li-sheng. “Discus-
Chinese Scholarship and Intellectuals, 1898–1937. sion of Mei Wending’s Zhong Xi Suan Xue Tong.”
SUNY Series in Chinese Philosophy and Culture. (xi [Translated title.] In Chinese. Nei Menggu Shifan
+ 232 pp.; ill; bibl.; index.) Albany: State University Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban) 36, no. 6 (2007):
of New York Press, 2005. ISBN: 0791463214. 716–720.
58 230. East Asian contexts

On the mathematical work of Mei Wen-Ting (1633- Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban) 36, no. 6
1721). (2007): 758–765.
On the Xuanshi Almanac of Zhao Fei, used contin-
710. YOSHIYAMA Seisho. “Seki Takakazu, the uously for 111 years in the North Liang and North
Mathematician Who Went Beyond Counting Rods— Wei Dynasties.
The Origin of Another Modern Mathematics.” In
Japanese. Kagakusi Ken. (Hist. Sci.) 46 (2007): 718. H IRAOKA Ryuji. “The Manuscript Tenmongata
97–101. kakitome (Astronomer’s Note): Mixture of Nanban
711. Z HOU Chang. “The Trailblazer of Analysis and Rangaku Astronomy.” In Japanese. Kagakusi
in Wasan: Takebe Katahiro.” [Translated title.] In Ken. (Hist. Sci.) 46 (2007): 65–77.
Chinese. Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran On a text dealing with Western astronomy in the
Kexue Ban) 37, no. 1 (2008): 124–131. late 18th century.
Explores the social and scientific background of
the Edo period, and studies Takebe’s life and 719. KOBAYASHI Tatsuhiko. “Zhongxi suanxue tong
achievements in the Wasan mathematical tradition by Mei Wending and Calendrical Calculations Books
of Japan. in Tsinghua University Library.” [Translated title.]
In Japanese. Kagakusi Ken. (Hist. Sci.) 45 (2006):
92–95.
230-104. MUSIC
712. G UAN Xiao-wu. “An Interpretation of Tem- 720. KOO Mhan-Ock. “Choe Yuji (1603–1673)
perament Lengths Recorded in Iüshu of Shi Ji.” eui jugwonja – 17segi jungban joseon eui sugyeok-
[Translated title.] In Chinese. Nei Menggu Shifan sik honcheoneui.” Translated title: [Ch’oe Yuchi’s
Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban) 36, no. 6 (2007): chukwonja: a water operated armillary sphere devel-
754–757. oped in 17th-century Korea]. In Korean. Han-kuk-
Argues that this ancient Han Chinese text was sasangsahak 9 (Dec.) (2005): 173–210.
referring to pitch-pipes not strings. The instrument was developed by Choe Yuji
(1603–1673) and produced in May 1657.
230-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY
721. L I Di. “On the Largest Program to Introduce
(see also 164-Air and space technologies) Mathematical Astronomy into China.” [Translated
713. A RICHI, Meri. “Seven Stars of Heaven and title.] In Chinese. Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao
Seven Shrines on Earth: The Big Dipper and the Hie (Ziran Kexue Ban) 36, no. 6 (2007): 659–661.
Shrine in the Medieval Period.” Cult. & Cosmos 10 On the efforts by Xu Guangqi (1562–1633) to re-
(2006): 195–216. form the calendar and promote Western astronomy,
“Examines the iconography of the Hie-Sanno Man- through a program of translation and compilation
dara from the Kamakura period in the collection of by Jesuit missionaries.
Saikyo-ji.” (from the abstract)
722. L U Ling-feng. “Eclipse records in historical
714. D ENG Ke-hui. “The Transmission and Influ- documents of the Qing Dynasty and current research
ence of Ptolemy’s Almagest towards the End of the on them.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. Guangxi
Ming Dynasty in China—A Case Study of Chongzhen Minzu Xueyuan Xuebao 12, no. 1 (2006): 32–36.
Lishu.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. Nei Menggu
Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban) 36, no. 6 723. Ō HASHI Yukio. “On the Solar Motion in the
(2007): 666–671. Lixiang kaocheng.” [Translated title.] In Chinese.
Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban)
715. D ENG Ke-hui and Y UAN Min. “A Comparison 36, no. 6 (2007): 662–665.
of Some Problems about the Observation and Cal- The early modern work Lixiang kaocheng used the
culation of the Angle between the Ecliptic and the double epicycle model, which is almost equivalent
Equator in Ancient China and Greece.” [Translated to the equant model for the sun.
title.] In Chinese. Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao
(Ziran Kexue Ban) 36, no. 2 (2007): 240–243.
724. S HI Yun-li. “The anonymous author of the
716. G OLVERS, Noël, and Ferdinand V ERBIEST. preface to Tianbu Zhenyuan by Smogulenski and Xue
Ferdinand Verbiest, S. J. (1623–1688) and the Chi- Fengzuo.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. Guangxi
nese Heaven: The Composition of the Astronomical Minzu Xueyuan Xuebao 12, no. 1 (2006): 23–26.
Corpus, Its Diffusion and Reception in the European The first systematic introduction of Western astrol-
Republic of Letters. Louvain Chinese Studies, 12. ogy, compiled by the Polish Jesuit Jean-Nicolas
(676 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Leuven: Leuven Uni- Smogulenski (1611–1656) and his Chinese disci-
versity Press; Ferdinand Verbiest Foundation, K. U. ple Xue Fengzuo (1600–1680), based on the work
Leuven, 2003. ISBN: 905867293X. of Philip van Lansberge (1561–1632). The anony-
On texts produced to explain to European readers mous preface is by Fang Yizhi (1611–1671).
the Jesuits’ activities promoting European astron-
omy in China. 725. T ETSUEI, Tsuda. “Images of Stars and Their
Reviews: [ref. R402] Significance in Japanese Esoteric Art of the Heian
Period.” Cult. & Cosmos 10 (2006): 145–192.
717. G UAN Shou-Yi. “The Study of the Xuanshi On the significance of images of stars within eso-
Almanac.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. Nei Menggu teric Buddhism.
230. East Asian contexts 59

726. WANG Miao. “A study of Xing Yunlu’s Gujin 230-123. ECOLOGY; ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Lvli Kao.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. J. Dial. (includes conservation, natural resource manage-
Natur. 27, no. 4 (2005): 92–97. ment, and environmental history; for forestry, see
Gujin Lvli Kao, written in the late Ming China
163-Agriculture)
by Xing Yunlu, explores the history of calendrical
astronomy from the ancient period to the 17th 733. S HI Lihua and L UO Jianjin. “Technical Ecosys-
century, especially the computational algorithms of tem Thinking in Tian Gong Kai Wu.” [Translated
the Shoushi and Datong systems. title.] In Chinese. Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao
(Ziran Kexue Ban) 36, no. 4 (2007): 514–517.
On a book written by Song Yingxing (1587-c.
230-111. ASTROLOGY 1665) on ecosystem protection through the use
727. S HI Yun-li and X ING Gang. “The calculation of technology and the harmonious interaction of
and divination of lunar and solar eclipses during humans and nature.
the Han Dynasty and their impact on astrological
734. Z ISWILER, Vincent. Essay review. EASTM 24
thought.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. J. Dial.
(2005): 115–121.
Natur. 28, no. 2 (2006): 79–85.
Essay review Essay review of Roel S TERCKX, The
Animal and the Daemon in Early China (2002).
230-121. GEOGRAPHY; CARTOGRAPHY;
EXPLORATION 230-130. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL
WORKS
728. L IM Jong-tae. “Locating a Center on the Sur-
face of a Globe: Negotiating China’s Position on 735. NAPPI, Carla. “A Bug’s Life: Change and
the Spherical Earth in Seventeenth and Eighteenth- Transformation in Early Modern China.” Endeavour
Century China and Korea.” Part of special issue: 31 (2007): 124–128.
“New Perspectives in the History of East Asian Sci- On the 16th-century Chinese naturalist Li Shizhen
ence” [ref. 691]. Hist. Scientiarum 17 (2008): 175– and others.
188.
“Examines how Confucian literati of China and 230-131. BOTANY; PLANT SCIENCES
Korea, particularly those who accepted the Western
idea of a round earth, responded to the Jesuits’ 736. M ÉTAILI É, Georges. “Some Reflections on the
criticism of the Sino-centric worldview.” (from the History of Botanical Knowledge in China.” Circum-
abstract) scribere 3 (2007): 66–84.
Studies the history of “traditional Chinese Botany,”
arguing for an anthropological, rather than teleo-
230-122. NATURAL HISTORY logical, analysis.
729. H UDSON, Mark J. “Wildlife Management and
Upland Modernity in Japan.” Mon. Nipp. 61 (2006): 230-150. MEDICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS
243–249. (see also 135-Human biology)
Essay review of John K NIGHT, Waiting for Wolves 737. BATES, Ann, and A. W. BATES. “Lãn Ông (Lê
in Japan (2003, 2006) [ref. 730]; Brett L. WALKER, Hu’u Trác, 1720–91) and the Vietnamese Medical
The Lost Wolves of Japan (2005) [ref. 399]. Tradition.” J. Med. Biogr. 15 (2007): 158–164.
730. K NIGHT, John. Waiting for Wolves in Japan: An 738. B OLSOKHOYEVA, Natalia. “Tibetan Medical
Anthropological Study of People-Wildlife Relations. Illustrations from the History Museum of Buryatia,
(xii + 296 pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.; index.) Oxford; New Ulan Ude.” Asian Med. 3 (2008): 347–367.
York: Oxford University Press; Honolulu: University
of Hawaii Press, 2003, 2006. ISBN: 0199255180, 739. C ARLING, Gerd. “The Vocabulary of Tocharian
9780199255184, 0824830962, 9780824830960. Medical Manuscripts.” Asian Med. 3 (2008): 323–
Reviews: [ref. 729] 333.
As seen in fragments of manuscripts preserved
731. L EWIS, Mark Edward. The Flood Myths of in Buddhist monasteries along the northern Silk
Early China. SUNY Series in Chinese Philosophy Road route, the vocabulary reflects loanwords
and Culture. (vii + 248 pp.; bibl.; index.) Albany: and influences from neighbouring languages and
State University of New York Press, 2006. ISBN: especially Sanskrit.
0791466639.
“Explores how the flood myths of early China 740. C HAN Chia-feng. “ ‘Even a virtuous hero would
provided a template for that society’s major social fall short’: the development of pediatrics and its
and political institutions.” (from the publisher) status from the Jin Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty.”
[Translated title.] In Chinese. Xinshixue 16, no. 2
732. M ARCON, Federico. “The Names of Nature: (2005/6): 1–46.
The Development of Natural History in Japan, 1600–
1900.” Diss. Abstr. Int. A 68/09 (2008). 741. D E M ICHELIS, Elizabeth. “A Preliminary Sur-
Dissertation at Columbia University, 2007. Advi- vey of Modern Yoga Studies.” Asian Med. 3 (2007):
sor: Gluck, Carol. Pub. no. AAT 3285129. 460 pp. 1–19.
“A social and intellectual history of the discipline 742. H EINRICH, Larissa. The Afterlife of Images:
of honzôgaku in Japan.” (from the abstract) Translating the Pathological Body between China and
60 230. East Asian contexts

the West. Body, Commodity, Text. (xiv + 222 pp.; ill.; Nineteenth-Century Korea: The Cases of the
bibl.; index.) Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, Choson Government Hospital and Smallpox
2008. ISBN: 9780822340935. Vaccination,” 164–175 [ref. 2460]; Christian
Explores the West’s representation of China as sick O BERL ÄNDER, “The Rise of Scientific Medicine
or diseased. in Japan: Beriberi as the Driving Force in the Quest
for Specific Causes and the Introduction of Bacte-
743. K IM, Jongyoung. “Alternative Medicine’s En- riology,” 176–199 [ref. 2504]; Waichiro O MATA,
counter with Laboratory Science: The Scientific “A Short History of Psychiatry in Japan,” 200–
Construction of Korean Medicine in a Global Age.” 208 [ref. 2547]; S UGIYAMA Shigeo, “Traditional
Soc. Stud. Sci. 37 (2007): 855–880. Kampo Medicine: Unauthenticated in the Meiji
Era,” 209–223 [ref. 750]; Noriaki M ATSUMURA,
744. KOHN, Livia. “Daoyin: Chinese Healing Exer- “The Similarity between Two Medicines: Oriental
cises.” Asian Med. 3 (2007): 103–129. Medical Thought of Meridian and Western Medical
Knowledge of Nerve,” 224–231 [ref. 747]; Yoko
745. L O, Vivienne, and Christopher C ULLEN. (Eds.) M ATSUBARA, “The Reception of Mendelism in
Medieval Chinese Medicine: The Dunhuang Medical Japan, 1900–1920,” 232–240 [ref. 3014]; Makoto
Manuscripts. Needham Research Institute Studies. H AYASHI, “The Beginning of the Japanese Zoo-
(xxiv + 450 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) London: Rout- logical Journal,” 241–249 [ref. 2298].
ledgeCurzon, 2005. ISBN: 0415342953.
Reviews: [ref. 681]
230-151. PSYCHIATRY; MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY
746. M ARI É, Éric. “La dermatologie dans la (see also 136-Neurosciences and 137-Psychology)
médecine chinoise au XIVe siècle à partir du Waike
Jingyi de Qi Dezhi.” Part of special issue: “La pelle 753. Z HANG, Yanhua. Transforming Emotions with
umana / The Human Skin” [ref. 464]. Micrologus 13 Chinese Medicine: An Ethnographic Account from
(2005): 699–721. Contemporary China. SUNY Series in Chinese Phi-
losophy and Culture. (xiv + 191 pp.; bibl.; index.)
747. M ATSUMURA, Noriaki. “The Similarity be- Albany: State University of New York Press, 2007.
tween Two Medicines: Oriental Medical Thought of ISBN : 0791469999.
Meridian and Western Medical Knowledge of Nerve.” On the way that emotional disorders are dealt with
Part of a special issue: “History of Medicine and Bi- in Chinese medicine.
ology in East Asia” [ref. 752]. Hist. Scientiarum 13
(2004): 224–231. 230-152. PUBLIC HEALTH; HEALTH; NUTRITION
On the Edo period in Japan, during which time
Western medicine was being introduced. 754. WANG, Wen-Ji. “ ‘Laying Out a Model Vil-
lage’: George Gushue-Taylor and Missionary Lep-
748. M ING, Chen. “The Transmission of Foreign rosy Work in Colonial Taiwan.” East Asian STS 1
Medicine via the Silk Roads in Medieval China: A (2007): 111–133.
Case Study of Haiyao Bencao.” Asian Med. 3 (2008):
241–264. 230-153. PHARMACY
749. S HIN Dongwon. “How Four Different Political (includes pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs)
Systems Have Shaped the Modernization of Tra- 755. B OLSOKHOYEVA, Natalia. “Tibetan Medical
ditional Korean Medicine between 1900 and 1960.” Schools of the Aga Area (Chita Region).” Asian Med.
Part of special issue: “New Perspectives in the History 3 (2008): 334–346.
of East Asian Science” [ref. 691]. Hist. Scientiarum On the local adaptations of Tibeto-Mongolian
17 (2008): 225–241. medicine to Buryat culture especially in phar-
macology.
750. S UGIYAMA Shigeo. “Traditional Kampo
Medicine: Unauthenticated in the Meiji Era.” Part 756. L O, Vivienne, and Penelope BARRETT. “Cook-
of a special issue: “History of Medicine and Biology ing Up Fine Remedies: On the Culinary Aesthetic in
in East Asia” [ref. 752]. Hist. Scientiarum 13 (2004): a Sixteenth-Century Chinese Materia Medica.” Med.
209–223. Hist. 49 (2005): 395–422.
751. YAN, Zhen. “rTsa in the Tibetan Manuscripts
from Dunhuang.” Asian Med. 3 (2008): 296–307. 230-160. TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL WORKS
“The concept of rTsa in Tibetan medicine, as the (includes architecture; for biotechnology, see 134-
Chinese mai, eventually came to combine notions Microbiology; see also 161-Computers and 164-Air
of ‘the vessels’ and ‘channels’ of the body with and space)
diagnostic readings of ‘pulsating vessels’ at its
surface.” (from the abstract) 757. B OOMGAARD, Peter. “Technologies of a Trad-
ing Empire: Dutch Introduction of Water- and Wind-
752. Z HU Jian-ping. “Research on History of mills in Early-Modern Asia, 1650s–1800.” Hist. &
Medicine in China in the Last Five Years.” First Tech. 24 (2008): 41–59.
article in a special issue: “History of Medicine and
Biology in East Asia.” Hist. Scientiarum 13 (2004): 758. D UAN Yao-yong. “The development of the
149–163. idea of the fire protection and the technology of fire
Contents: Shin D ONG - WON, “Western Medicine, protection in China.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. J.
Korean Government, and Imperialism in Late Dial. Natur. 27, no. 3 (2005): 85–90.
240. Indian contexts 61

Studies the economic, cultural, and political influ- 230-163. AGRICULTURE AND RELATED
ences on the development of this technology. SCIENCES
(includes animal husbandry, forestry, and food sci-
759. FANG Xiao-yang and Z HANG Bing-lun. “Stud- ence)
ies in the embryonic form techniques of board print
during the Nan Qi Dynasty.” [Translated title.] In 767. A RAO Miyo. “White Sugar Production in
Chinese. Guangxi Minzu Xueyuan Xuebao 12, no. 1 [the] Owari Clan during [the] Horeki Era (1751–
(2006): 27–31. 1763)—Focusing on the Original Author of the Tou-
This paper deals with the early techniques of board sei Hiketu.” [Translated title.] In Japanese. Kagakusi
printing in the Nan Qi Dynasty. Ken. (Hist. Sci.) 45 (2006): 157–161.

760. F EUERBACH, Ann. “Production and Trade of


Crucible Steel in Central Asia.” Part of “Thematic
240. INDIAN CONTEXTS
Issue: History and Characteristics of Wootz Steel in
India and Abroad” [ref. 791]. Indian J. Hist. Sci. 42 240-1. GENERAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE
(2007): 319–336. (includes interdisciplinary topics and biographies of
Uses textual and archaeological evidence to show
that “crucible steel” was produced in Central Asia scientists)
in addition to India. 768. S AHAI, Baldeo. “The Essence of Upanis.ads
and the Emergence of Scientific Research.” Indian J.
761. K ERR, Rose, Nigel W OOD, and Joseph N EED - Hist. Sci. 42 (2007): 73–82.
HAM . (Eds.) Science and Civilisation in China:
Volume 5: Chemistry and Chemical Technology, Part
12: Ceramic Technology. (xlix + 918 pp.; ill.; bibl.; 240-29. SCIENCE AND WAR
index.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 769. PANDEY, Lalit. “Swords of Śirohı̄.” Part of
2004. ISBN: 0521838339. “Thematic Issue: History and Characteristics of
Discusses firing, manufacturing methods, glazing, Wootz Steel in India and Abroad” [ref. 791]. Indian
etc., and the impact of Chinese ceramic technology J. Hist. Sci. 42 (2007): 519–521.
around the world, from the 7th to the 21st centuries.
Reviews: [ref. 681, R564] 770. ROY, Kaushik. “Technology and Transforma-
tion of Sikh Warfare: Dal Khālsā against the Lāl
762. L APTEFF, Sergey. “A Comparison of Tech- Palt.ans, 1800–1849.” Indian J. Hist. Sci. 41 (2006):
nological Characteristics of Ancient Bronze Mirrors 383–410.
in China, Korea, Japan, and South Siberia.” Part of
special issue: “New Perspectives in the History of 240-103. MATHEMATICS
East Asian Science” [ref. 691]. Hist. Scientiarum 17
(2008): 242–252. 771. B H ĀSKARA. Expounding the Mathematical
Seed: A Translation of Bhāskara I on the Mathemat-
763. TAGLIACOZZO, Eric. “The Lit Archipelago: ical Chapter of the Āryabhat.ı̄ya. Edited by Agathe
Coast Lighting and the Imperial Optic in Insular K ELLER. Science Networks, Historical Studies, 30–
Southeast Asia, 1860-1910.” Tech. & Cult. 46 (2005): 31. (2 vol.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Boston: Birkhäuser
306–328. Verlag, 2006. ISBN: 3764372990.
English translation of a 7th-century Sanskrit com-
On “the contribution of lighthouses, beacons, and
mentary by the astronomer Bhāskara.
buoys ... to British and Dutch programs of colonial
state-formation in the latter half of the nineteenth Reviews: [ref. R99]
century.” (from the abstract)
772. Z HOU Chang and X U Ze-lin. “The Indian
764. WAGNER, Donald B. “Chinese Steel Mak- mathematician Bhāskara and his work Lı̄lāvātiı̄.”
ing Techniques with a Note on Indian Wootz Steel [Translated title.] In Chinese. J. Dial. Natur. 28, no.
in China.” Part of “Thematic Issue: History and 1 (2006): 67–73.
Characteristics of Wootz Steel in India and Abroad” Includes a discussion of the content of the 12th-
[ref. 791]. Indian J. Hist. Sci. 42 (2007): 289–318. century book as well as its dissemination, based on
the translation of English and Japanese versions.
765. Y I De-gang. “Source on Traditional Bow and
Arrow Making.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. Nei 240-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY
Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban) 36, (see also 164-Air and space technologies)
no. 6 (2007): 766–770.
Discussion of various texts dealing with weapon 773. A BHYANKAR, K. D. “Dhruvaka-Viks.epa Sys-
making in ancient China. tem of Astronomical Coordinates.” Indian J. Hist.
Sci. 41 (2006): 151–157.
766. Y IN Xiaodong and Y I De-gang. “Two Phases
of the Introduction of Western Firearms in the Ming 774. A NSARI, S. M. Razaullah, and S. R. S ARMA.
and Qing Dynasties.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. “Ghulām H.ussain Jaunpūrı̄’s Encyclopaedia of Math-
¯¯
ematics and Astronomy.” Stud. Hist. Med. Sci. 16
Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban)
36, no. 4 (2007): 504–508. (1999/2000): 77–93.
The two phases are from 1506 to the 1620s and 775. B HUJLE, Sudha, and M. N. VAHIA. “Calcu-
from the 1620s to the 1690s. lations of Tithis: An Extension of Sūryasiddhānta
62 240. Indian contexts

Formulation.” Indian J. Hist. Sci. 41 (2006): 133– 240-150. MEDICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS
150. (see also 135-Human biology)
776. H ARI, K. Chandra. “Epoch of Ro- 785. E RNST, Waltraud. “Beyond East and West.
makasiddhānta.” Indian J. Hist. Sci. 41 (2006): From the History of Colonial Medicine to a Social
263–270. History of Medicine(s) in South Asia.” Part of a
series of essays on “Twenty Years of Social History
777. H ARI, K. Chandra. Hindu Zodiac and Ancient of Medicine” [ref. 516]. Soc. Hist. Med. 20 (2007):
Astronomy. (xxiv + 481 pp.) Kumbanadu: Sri Sabari- 505–524.
giri Publications, 2001.
Reviews: [ref. R453] 786. S IVARAMAKRISHNAN, Kavita. Old Potions,
New Bottles: Recasting Indigenious Medicine in
778. P INGREE, David Edwin. (Ed.) A Descriptive Colonial Punjab (1850–1945). New Perspectives
Catalogue of the Sanskrit Astronomical Manuscripts in South Asian History, 12. (xiv + 280 pp.; bibl.;
Preserved at the Maharaja Man Singh II Museum index.) New Delhi: Orient Longman, 2006. ISBN:
in Jaipur, India. Memoirs of the American Philo- 9788125029465.
sophical Society, 250. (xvii + 173 pp.; bibl.; index.) Reviews: [ref. R944]
Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 2003.
ISBN : 0871692503. 787. S MITH, Frederick M. “Narrativity and Empiri-
cism in Classical Indian Accounts of Birth and Death:
779. R AGHAVAN, Nirupama. “Is Śiva Iconography The Mahābhārata and the Samhitās of Caraka and
Inspired by the Stars?” Indian J. Hist. Sci. 41 (2006): Suśruta.” Asian Med. 3 (2007): 85–102.
271–295.
788. W UJASTYK, Dominik. “The Questions of King
780. R AO, S. Balachandra, and S. K. U MA. “Gra- Tukkoji: Medicine at an Eighteenth-Century South
halāghavam of Gan.eśa Daivajña: An English Expo- Indian Court.” Indian J. Hist. Sci. 41 (2006): 357–
sition with Mathematical Explanation Derivations, 369.
Examples, Tables and Diagrams.” Supplement. In-
dian J. Hist. Sci. 41, no. 1 (2006): i–xii, S1–S88. 240-152. PUBLIC HEALTH; HEALTH; NUTRITION
See also: S. Balachandra R AO and S. K. U MA,
“Grahalāghavam of Gan.eśa Daivajña: An English 789. A LTER, Joseph S. “Yoga and Physical Educa-
Exposition with Mathematical Explanation Deriva- tion: Swami Kuvalayananda’s Nationalist Project.”
tions, Examples, Tables and Diagrams (Chapters Asian Med. 3 (2007): 20–36.
3–4),” S91–S183; S. Balachandra R AO and S. K. A study of the efforts of Kuvalayananda (Jagannath
U MA, “Grahalāghavam of Gan.eśa Daivajña: An G. Gune) to promote yoga as a scientific practice
English Exposition with Mathematical Explana- with special reference to questions of gender and
tion Derivations, Examples, Tables and Diagrams nationalism in the discourse and practice of sci-
(Chapters 5-11),” S185–S315; S. Balachandra ence.
R AO and S. K. U MA, “Grahalāghavam of Gan.eśa
Daivajña: An English Exposition with Mathemati- 240-153. PHARMACY
cal Explanation Derivations, Examples, Tables and (includes pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs)
Diagrams (Chapters 12-16),” S317–S415.
790. G OENKA, Ajit H. “Rustom Jal Vakil and the
781. S HARMA, Virendra N. “Astronomical Tables of Saga of Rauwolfia serpentina.” J. Med. Biogr. 15
Zı̄j-i Muh.ammad Shāhı̄ and their relation to Tabulae (2007): 195–200.
Astronomicae of de La Hire.” Indian J. Hist. Sci. 41 “Through his work with an ancient Indian folk
(2006): 175–198. remedy, Rauwolfia serpentina, [Vakil] ushered in
the modern era of effective pharmacotherapy of
240-112. PHYSICS; EXACT SCIENCES, GENERAL hypertension.” (from the abstract)
WORKS
240-160. TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL WORKS
782. M ISHRA, Ashoka K. “Atomism of Nyāya-
Vaiśika vs Jainism—A Scientific Appraisal.” Indian (includes architecture; for biotechnology, see 134-
J. Hist. Sci. 41 (2006): 247–261. Microbiology; see also 161-Computers and 164-Air
and space)
240-113. CHEMISTRY 791. BAG, A. K. “From the Editor.” Introduction
783. S EN, Srabani. “Bires Chandra Guha (1904- to “Thematic Issue: History and Characteristics of
1962): Scientist with a Mission.” Indian J. Hist. Sci. Wootz Steel in India and Abroad.” Indian J. Hist. Sci.
41 (2006): 415–431. 42 (2007): i-ii.
On the Indian biochemist. Contents: Donald B. WAGNER, “Chinese Steel
Making Techniques with a Note on Indian Wootz
Steel in China,” 289–318 [ref. 764]; Ann F EUER -
240-122. NATURAL HISTORY BACH , “Production and Trade of Crucible Steel
in Central Asia,” 319–336 [ref. 760]; Jean Le
784. D ONIGER, Wendy. “Zoomorphism in Ancient C OZE, “On the Question of Possible Transfer of
India: Humans More Bestial than the Beasts.” In Steel Technology from India to Europe through
Thinking with Animals, edited by DASTON and M IT- the Muslim Middle East,” 337–375 [ref. 1145];
MAN (2005) [ref. 438], 17–36.
Ann F EUERBACH, R. BALASUBRAMANIAM and
250. Jewish contexts 63

S. K ALYANARAMAN, “On the Origin of the Terms 795. V ERMA, Ajoy Shankar. “Ice-Making in Late
Wootz, Hinduwānı̄ and Pulad,” 377–386; Pranab K. Medieval India: Processes and Principles.” Indian J.
C HATTOPADHYAY, Pradeep K. B EHERA and Pras- Hist. Sci. 41 (2006): 371–381.
anta K. DATTA, “From Wrought Iron to Steel:
Beginning of Steel Making in Eastern India,”
387–402; Vibha T RIPATHI, “Towards the Wootz:
Iron and Steel Technology in India,” 403–425; R. 250. JEWISH CONTEXTS
BALASUBRAMANIAM and S. K ALYANARAMAN,
“New Insights on Classification of Iron-Carbon 250-1. GENERAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE
Alloys, Specially High Carbon Steels, in Rasarat- (includes interdisciplinary topics and biographies of
nasamuccaya,” 427–444; S. JAIKISHAN, “Survey scientists)
of Iron and Wootz Steel Production Sites in North-
ern Telangana,” 445–460; S. JAIKISHAN and R. 796. F REUDENTHAL, Gad. “Jewish Traditionalism
BALASUBRAMANIAM, “Material Evidences for and Early Modern Science: Rabbi Israel Zamosc’s
Wootz Steel Production in Northern Telangana,” Dialectic of Enlightenment (Berlin, 1744).” In Think-
461–480; S. JAIKISHAN and R. BALASUBRA - ing Impossibilities, edited by B IALE and W ESTMAN
MANIAM , “Social Aspects of Wootz Steel Man- (2008) [ref. 68], 63–96.
ufacture in Northern Telangana,” 481–491; R.
BALASUBRAMANIAM, “On the Varied Applica- 797. G UTFREUND, Hanoch. “Einstein’s Jewish Iden-
tions of Wootz Steel,” 493–509; R. BALASUBRA - tity.” In Einstein for the 21st Century, edited by
MANIAM , “Wootz Steel Received by Alexander,” G ALISON et al. (2008) [ref. 2682], 27–34.
511–516 [ref. 953]; Gill J ULEFF, “Crucible Steel
in Sri Lanka in the First Millennium AD and the
Early Twentieth Century,” 517–518 [ref. 583]; Lalit 250-101. OCCULT SCIENCES; MAGIC
PANDEY, “Swords of Śirohı̄,” 519–521 [ref. 769]; (includes scientific anomalies and “pseudo-science”)
R. BALASUBRAMANIAM, “Recreating Wootz
Steel outside India,” 523–531; J. WADSWORTH, 798. B OHAK, Gideon. Ancient Jewish Magic: A
“Damascus Steels: History, Processing, Proper- History. (ix + 483 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New
ties, and Carbon Dating,” 533–558; John V ER - York: Cambridge University Press, 2008. ISBN:
HOEVEN , “Pattern Formation in Wootz Damascus 9780521874571.
Steel Swords and Blades,” 559–574; Jean Le C OZE
and Asdin AOUFI, “Wootz Decarburisation dur-
ing the Forging of a Sword,” 575–591; Paul T. 250-102. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY; HISTORY OF
C RADDOCK, “Cast Iron: The Elusive Feedstock IDEAS
of Crucible Steel,” 593–607; Vinod K UMAR et (includes history of philosophy of science)
al., “Microstructural Characterization along the
Length of a Wedge Shaped Wootz Steel Imple- 799. KOTTEK, Samuel S. “Maimonides on Anger
ment,” 609–631; M. R. BARNETT and R. BALA - and Haughtiness: Psychological and Ethical As-
SUBRAMANIAM , “New Insights on the Mechanism pects.” Korot 18 (2006): 55–66.
of Carbide Banding in Thermomechanically Pro- On Maimonides’ ethical treatise which demon-
cessed Wootz Steel Obtained Using Electron Back strates the close relationship between theology,
Scattering Diffraction,” 633–648; R. BALASUBRA - philosophy, and medicine.
MANIAM , Anubhav PANDEY and S. JAIKISHAN ,
“Analysis of Wootz Steel Crucibles from Northern 800. Z ONTA, Mauro. Hebrew Scholasticism in the
Telangana,” 649–671; Sharada S RINIVASAN, “On Fifteenth Century: A History and Source Book. Am-
Higher Carbon and Crucible Steels in Southern sterdam Studies in Jewish Thought, 9. (vii + 318
India: Further Insights from Mel-siruvalur, Kodu- pp.; bibl.; index.) Dordrecht: Springer, 2006. ISBN:
manal and Pattinam,” 673–695; S. JAIKISHAN and 1402037155.
R. BALASUBRAMANIAM, “Konasamudram: The On late 15th-century Spanish and Italian Jewish
Famous Wootz Steel Production Center,” 697–703; philosophers (Abraham Bibago, Baruch Ibn Ya’ish,
S. JAIKISHAN and R. BALASUBRAMANIAM, “In- Abraham Shalom, Eli Habillo, Judah Messer Leon)
terview with Wootz Steel Worker from Konapuram who worked on logic, physics, metaphysics, and
Village in Northern Telangana,” 705–711. ethics.

792. B ISWAS, Arun Kumar. “Brass and Zinc Met-


allurgy in the Ancient & Medieval World: India’s 250-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY
Primacy and the Technology Transfer to the West.” (see also 164-Air and space technologies)
Indian J. Hist. Sci. 41 (2006): 159–174.
801. E FRON, Noah J., and Menachem F ISCH. “As-
793. D UBE, R. K. “Copper Production Process as tronomical Exegesis: An Early Modern Jewish Inter-
Described in an Early Fourteenth Century AD Prākr.ta pretation of the Heavens.” Volume title: “Science in
Text Composed by T.hakkura Pherū.” Indian J. Hist. Theistic Contexts: Cognitive Dimensions” [ref. 225].
Sci. 41 (2006): 297–312. Osiris 16 (2001): 72–87.

794. S ASISEKARAN, B., B. Raghunatha R AO, and S. 802. S TERN, Sacha, and Piergabriele M ANCUSO.
S UNDARARAJAN. “Bronze Sieve from Kodumanal— “An Astronomical Table by Shabbetai Donnolo and
An Archaeo-Metallurgical Study.” Indian J. Hist. Sci. the Jewish Calendar in Tenth-Century Italy.” Aleph 7
41 (2006): 345–355. (2007): 13–41.
64 270. African contexts

250-111. ASTROLOGY 808. C OLLINS, Kenneth. “Maimonides as the ‘Ideal


Physician’—A Role Model for Modern Jewish Medi-
803. B EN YOM T OV, David. Hebrew Medical As-
cal Practice.” Korot 18 (2006): 9–24.
trology: Kelal Qat.an. Edited by Gerrit B OS, Charles
B URNETT, and Y. Tzvi L ANGERMANN. Transactions 809. M AIMONIDES, Moses. Medical Aphorisms,
of the American Philosophical Society, 95. (ix + Treatises 6–9: A Parallel Arabic-English Edition.
121 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Philadelphia: American Edited, translated, and annotated by Gerrit B OS.
Philosophical Society, 2005. ISBN: 0871699559. Complete Medical Works of Moses Maimonides.
(xxvii + 160 pp.; bibl.; index.) Provo, Utah: Brigham
250-112. PHYSICS; EXACT SCIENCES, GENERAL Young University Press, 2007. ISBN: 0842526641.
WORKS
804. Z ONTA, Mauro. “The Knowledge of Latin 810. N EVINS, Michael. “On Jewish Medical Histo-
Philosophical Literature among Jewish Philosophers riography.” Korot 18 (2006): 191–204.
in 15th-Century Italy: Scholastic Sources in Yehudah
811. PAAVILAINEN, Helena. “Psychoactive Plants
Messer Leon’s Commentary on Aristotle’s Physics.”
in Maimonides’ Regimen Sanitatis and De Causis
In Hebrew to Latin, Latin to Hebrew. The Mirroring
Accidentium.” Korot 18 (2006): 25–54.
of Two Cultures in the Age of Humanism, edited
by Giulio B USI (Berlin: Institut für Judaistik Freie
Universität Berlin, 2006), 133–166. 250-153. PHARMACY
(includes pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs)
250-133. HEREDITY; GENETICS; EVOLUTION
(for genetic engineering, see 134-Microbiology) 812. L EV, Efraim, and Zohar A MAR. “Practice
versus Theory: Medieval Materia Medica According
805. C ANTOR, G. N., and Marc S WETLITZ. (Eds.) to the Cairo Genizah.” Med. Hist. 51 (2007): 507–
Jewish Tradition and the Challenge of Darwinism. 526.
(xii + 260 pp.; bibl.; index.) Chicago: University of
Chicago Press, 2006. ISBN: 0226092763.
Contents: Geoffrey C ANTOR and Marc S WETLITZ,
“Introduction,” 1-17; Geoffrey C ANTOR, “Anglo- 260. NATIVE AMERICAN CONTEXTS
Jewish Responses to Evolution,” 23-46; Marc
S WETLITZ, “Responses to Evolution by Reform, 260-101. OCCULT SCIENCES; MAGIC
Conservative, and Reconstructionist Rabbis in (includes scientific anomalies and “pseudo-science”)
Twentieth-Century America,” 47-70 [ref. 3023];
Ira ROBINSON, “ ‘Practically, I Am a Fundamen- 813. L ESSA, Andrea. “Rituais de sacrifı́cio: a sobre-
talist’: Twentieth-Century Orthodox Jews Con- vivência de uma antiga dimensão do corpo humano.”
tend with Evolution and Its Implications,” 71-88; Translated title: [Rites of Sacrifice: The Survival
Richard W EIKART, “The Impact of Social Dar- of an Ancient Dimension of the Human Body] In
winism on Anti-Semitic Ideology in Germany and Portuguese. Manguinhos 14 (2007): 907–919.
Austria, 1860–1945,” 93-115 [ref. 1978]; Paul On the thousand-year-old Tinku ritual fight among
W EINDLING, “The Evolution of Jewish Iden- Andean groups in Chile, in which a person bleeds
tity: Ignaz Zollschan between Jewish and Aryan to death as an offering to the divinity to promote
Race Theories, 1910–1945,” 116-136 [ref. 2732]; fertility of the land.
Raphael FALK, “Zionism, Race, and Eugenics,”
137-162; Shai C HERRY, “Crisis Management via
Biblical Interpretation: Fundamentalism, Modern 260-123. ECOLOGY; ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Orthodoxy, and Genesis,” 166-187 [ref. 2735]; (includes conservation, natural resource manage-
Rena S ELYA, “Torah and Madda? Evolution in the
ment, and environmental history; for forestry, see
Jewish Educational Context,” 188-207; Carl F EIT,
“Modern Orthodoxy and Evolution: The Models 163-Agriculture)
of Rabbi J. B. Soloveitchik and Rabbi A. I. Kook,”
814. KOWTKO, Stacy. Nature and the Environment
208-224; Lawrence T ROSTER, “The Order of Cre-
in Pre-Columbian American Life. The Greenwood
ation and the Emerging God: Evolution and Divine
Press Daily Life through History Series. (xvi+ 210
Action in the Natural World,” 225-246 [ref. 238].
pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Westport, Conn.: Greenwood
Reviews: [ref. R167] Press, 2006. ISBN: 0313334722.

250-150. MEDICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS


(see also 135-Human biology)
270. AFRICAN CONTEXTS
806. BAUMGARTEN, Elisheva. “Marking the Flesh:
Circumcision, Blood, and Inscribing Identity on the 270-1. GENERAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE
Body in Medieval Jewish Culture.” Part of special (includes interdisciplinary topics and biographies of
issue: “La pelle umana / The Human Skin” [ref. 464].
Micrologus 13 (2005): 313–330. scientists)

807. B OS, Gerrit, and Ivan G AROFALO. “A Pseudo- 815. PARRISH, Susan Scott. “Diasporic African
Galenic Treatise on Regimen: The Hebrew and Latin Sources of Enlightenment Knowledge.” In Science
Translations from H.unayn Ibn Ish.aq’s Arabic Ver- and Empire in the Atlantic World, edited by D EL -
BOURGO and D EW (2008) [ref. 614], 281–310.
sion.” Aleph 7 (2007): 43–95.
270. African contexts 65

270-22. SCIENCE AND POLITICS, LAW, AND 270-163. AGRICULTURE AND RELATED
ECONOMICS SCIENCES
(includes animal husbandry, forestry, and food sci-
(includes science policy, patronage, international
ence)
relations)
820. L EEDY, Todd H. “The World the Students
816. B ONNEUIL, Christophe. “Development as Ex- Made: Agriculture and Education at American Mis-
periment: Science and State Building in Late Colonial sions in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1930–1960.” Hist.
and Postcolonial Africa, 1930–1970.” Volume title: Educ. Quart. 47 (2007): 447–469.
Nature and Empire: Science and the Colonial Enter-
prise [ref. 617]. Osiris 15 (2000): 258–281.

270-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY

(see also 164-Air and space technologies)

817. H OLBROOK, Jarita C., Rodney M EDUPE, and


Johnson O. U RAMA. (Eds.) African Cultural As-
tronomy: Current Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoas-
tronomy Research in Africa. Papers from the Ghana
Eclipse Conference held March 27-31, 2006 in Cape
Coast, Ghana. Astrophysics and Space Science Pro-
ceedings. (viii + 260 pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.; index.)
Berlin: Springer, 2008. ISBN: 9781402066382.
Partial contents: Barth C HUKWUEZI, “The Use
of Ethnographic Methods in Cultural Astronomy
Research,” 21-28; Felix A. C HAMI, “Evidence
of Ancient African Beliefs in Celestial Bodies,”
121-130; J. McKim M ALVILLE et al., “Astronomy
of Nabta Playa,” 131-144; M. E. B ONINE, “Ro-
mans, Astronomy and the Qibla: Urban Form and
Orientation of Islamic Cities of Tunisia,” 145-178
[ref. 646]; Aimé Dafon S ÈGLA, “The Cosmo-
logical Vision of the Yoruba-Idààcha of Benin
Republic (West Africa): A Light on Yoruba His-
tory and Culture,” 189-208; Barth C HUKWUEZI,
“The Relationship between Human Destiny and
the Cosmic Forces: A Study of the IGBO World-
view,” 209-216; Damian U. O PATA, “Cultural
Astronomy in the Lore and Literature of Africa,”
217-230; J. O. U RAMA, “Astronomy and Culture
in Nigeria,” 231-238; Hakeem M. O LUSEYI and
Johnson U RAMA, “Participation and Research of
Astronomers and Astrophysicists of Black African
Descent (1900–2005),” 239-256 [ref. 2828].

270-150. MEDICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS

(see also 135-Human biology)

818. C ROZIER, Anna. Practising Colonial Medicine:


The Colonial Medical Service in British East Africa.
(225 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: I. B. Tauris,
2007. ISBN: 9781845114596.

270-151. PSYCHIATRY; MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY

(see also 136-Neurosciences and 137-Psychology)

819. JACKSON, Lynette. Surfacing Up: Psychiatry


and Social Order in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1908–1968.
(xiii + 230 pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.; index.) Ithaca, N.Y.:
Cornell University Press, 2005. ISBN: 0801443105.
Reviews: [ref. R520]
G. Chronological Classification

300. PREHISTORY AND EARLY HUMAN Essay review of John W. F OUNTAIN and Rolf M.
SOCIETIES S INCLAIR (eds.), Current Studies in Archaeoas-
tronomy (2005) [ref. 824]; Todd W. B OSTWICK
300-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY and Bryan BATES (eds.), Viewing the Sky through
Past and Present Cultures (2006) [ref. 821].
(see also 164-Air and space technologies)
829. S ILVA, C. Marciano da. “The Spring Full
821. B OSTWICK, Todd W., and Bryan BATES. (Eds.)
Moon.” J. Hist. Astron. 35 (2004): 475–478.
Viewing the Sky through Past and Present Cultures:
Selected Papers from the Oxford VII International A suggested interpretation for the “megalithic
Conference on Archaeoastronomy. Pueblo Grande equinox.”
Museum Anthropological Papers, 15. (xxii + 470 pp.;
ill.; bibl.) Phoenix, Ariz.: City of Phoenix, Parks, and 300-160. TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL WORKS
Recreation Department, 2006. ISBN: 1882572386. (includes architecture; for biotechnology, see 134-
Includes 31 chapters, organized into five sections:
Microbiology; see also 161-Computers and 164-Air
“Methodological and Theoretical Issues,” “Ethno-
graphic/Historical Approaches,” “The Americas,” and space)
“Europe and India,” and “Future Considerations.” 830. G ALLAY, Alain. Les sociétés mégalithiques :
Reviews: [ref. 828] Pouvoir des hommes, mémoire des morts. Le savoir
suisse, 37. (139 pp.; ill.) Lausanne: Presses Polytech-
822. C ILIA, Daniel. (Ed.) Malta before History: niques et Univ. Romandes, 2006. ISBN: 2880747074.
The World’s Oldest Free-Standing Stone Architecture. Reviews: [ref. R383]
(440 pp.; ill.; bibl.) Sliema, Malta: Miranda, 2004.
ISBN : 9990985081.
Includes discussion of the astronomical function of
these structures. 311. ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN CONTEXTS
Reviews: [ref. R193] 311-103. MATHEMATICS
823. E DWARDS, Edmundo R., and Juan Antonio 831. A BDULAZIZ, Abdulrahman A. “On the Egyp-
B ELMONTE. “Megalithic Astronomy of Easter Is- tian Method of Decomposing 2/n into Unit Fractions.”
land: A Reassessment.” J. Hist. Astron. 35 (2004): Hist. Math. 35 (2008): 1–18.
421–433. Provides “an elementary procedure that reproduces
the decompositions as found in the Rhind Mathe-
824. F OUNTAIN, John W., and Rolf M. S INCLAIR. matical Papyrus.” (from the abstract)
(Eds.) Current Studies in Archaeoastronomy: Con-
versations across Time and Space: Selected Pa- 832. F RIBERG, Joran. Remarkable Collection of
pers from the Fifth Oxford International Confer- Babylonian Mathematical Texts: Manuscripts in the
ence at Santa Fe, 1996. (xi + 579 pp.; ill.; bibl.) Schøyen Collection; Text I. Sources and Studies in the
Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 2005. History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences. (xx +
ISBN : 0890897719. 533 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Springer, 2007.
Includes 41 chapters, organized into six sections: ISBN : 9780387345437.
“Worldwide Archaeoastronomy,” “Archaeoastron-
omy in the United States (Particularly in the U.S. 833. H OLLENBACK, George M. “Another Example
Southwest),” “Central and South America,” “Eu- of an Implied Pi Value of 3 1/8 in Babylonian Mathe-
rope, Asia Minor, and Egypt,” “Far East and Aus- matics.” Hist. Scientiarum 13 (2003): 120–122.
tralia,” and “Education and Archaeoastronomy.”
834. M UROI, Kazuo. “Expressions of Squaring
Reviews: [ref. 828] in Babylonian Mathematics.” Hist. Scientiarum 13
(2003): 111–119.
825. H OSKIN, Michael. “Orientations of Neolithic
Monuments of Brittany: (1) Context.” J. Hist. Astron. 835. Y USTE, Piedad. “Geometry for Trapezoids in
34 (2003): 401–420. the Old Babylonian Period: An Observation about
Tablet IM 52301.” Hist. Scientiarum 16 (2006): 128–
826. H OSKIN, Michael. “Orientations of Neolithic 143.
Monuments of Brittany: (2) The Early Dolmens.” J.
Hist. Astron. 38 (2007): 487–492.
311-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY
827. H OSKIN, Michael. “Orientations of Neolithic (see also 164-Air and space technologies)
Monuments of Brittany: (3) The Allées Couvertes.”
J. Hist. Astron. 38 (2007): 493–501. 836. B ELMONTE, Juan Antonio, and Mosalam
S HALTOUT. “On the Orientation of Ancient Egyptian
828. M C C LUSKEY, Stephen. “Archaeoastronomy at Temples: (1) Upper Egypt and Lower Nubia.” J. Hist.
the Crossroads.” J. Hist. Astron. 38 (2007): 229–236. Astron. 36 (2005): 273–298.
312. Ancient Greek & Roman contexts 67

837. C IAMPINI, Emanuele M. “Invocazioni astrali su 311-160. TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL WORKS


coperchi di sarcofagi del Medio Regno.” MHNH 7 (includes architecture; for biotechnology, see 134-
(2007): 93–114. Microbiology; see also 161-Computers and 164-Air
On the time model based on the solar cycle and its
Egyptian mythological role. and space)

838. H UBER, Peter J., and John M. S TEELE. “Baby- 848. Z ARNKOW, Martin, Elmar S PIELEDER, Werner
lonian Lunar Six Tablets.” Sciamvs 8 (2007): 3–36. BACK, Bertram S ACHER, Adelheid OTTO, and
Berthold E INWAG. “Interdisziplinäre Untersuchun-
839. J IA Xiao-yong and WANG Peng-yun. “The Al- gen zum altorientalischen Bierbrauen in der Siedlung
gorithm for Syzygy in the Seleucid Period of Ancient von Tall Bazi/Nordsyrien vor rund 3200 Jahren.”
Babylon.” [Translated title.] In Chinese. J. Dial. Translated title: [Interdisciplinary Study on the Old-
Natur. 29, no. 6 (2007): 91–95. Oriental Beer Brewing Process in the Settlement of
Tall Bazi/North Syria 3200 Years ago.] In German.
840. L EHOUX, Daryn. Astronomy, Weather, and Technikgeschichte 73 (2006): 3–25.
Calendars in the Ancient World: Parapegmata and
Related Texts in Classical and Near Eastern Societies. 311-163. AGRICULTURE AND RELATED
(xiv + 566 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Cambridge: Cam- SCIENCES
bridge University Press, 2007. ISBN: 0521851815.
On how astronomy, meteorology, physics, and (includes animal husbandry, forestry, and food sci-
calendrics were related to each other in the ancient ence)
world, comparing instruments and texts used in
practical aspects of daily life. 849. W EIDENH ÖFER, Veronika, Martin H EIDE, and
Joris P ETERS. “Zur Frage der Kontinuität des hip-
841. S HALTOUT, Mosalam, Juan Antonio B EL - piatrischen Erbes der Antike: Die Behandlung von
MONTE , and Magdi F EKRI . “On the Orientation of Erkrankungen des Bewegungsapparates im Kitāb al-
Ancient Egyptian Temples: (3) Key Points at Lower furūs̄ı̄ya wa-l-bayt.ara von Muh.ammad ibn Ya’qūb ibn
Egypt and Siwa Oasis, Part II.” J. Hist. Astron. 38 a(h)ı̄ H.izām al-(H)uttuı̄.” Sudhoffs Arch. 89 (2005):
(2007): 413–442. 58–95.
Continuation of Mosalam S HALTOUT, Juan An- On diseases in horses in a 9th-century Arabic
tonio B ELMONTE, and Magdi F EKRI, “On the treatise compared with those from a representative
Orientation of Ancient Egyptian Temples” J. Hist. selection of medieval treatises.
Astron. 38 (2007): 141–160 [ref. 842]
842. S HALTOUT, Mosalam, Juan Antonio B EL - 312. ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN
MONTE , and Magdi F EKRI . “On the Orientation of
Ancient Egyptian Temples: (3) Key Points in Lower CONTEXTS
Egypt and Siwa Oasis, Part I.” J. Hist. Astron. 38 312-1. GENERAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE
(2007): 141–160.
(includes interdisciplinary topics and biographies of
843. S TEELE, J. M., and J. M. K. G RAY. “A Study scientists)
of Babylonian Observations Involving the Zodiac.” J.
Hist. Astron. 38 (2007): 443–458. 850. A NAXAGORAS. Anaxagoras of Clazomenae:
Fragments and Testimonia. Edited by Patricia C URD.
844. TANG Quan. “The algorithm for finding lunar Phoenix Presocractic Series. (xiv + 279 pp.; bibl.;
latitude in ancient Babylon.” [Translated title.] In index.) Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007.
Chinese. J. Dial. Natur. 27, no. 3 (2005): 91–97. ISBN : 9780802093257.

845. WALL, John J. “The Star Alignment Hypothesis 851. JAEGER, Mary. Archimedes and the Roman
for the Great Pyramid Shafts.” J. Hist. Astron. 38 Imagination. (ix + 230 pp.; bibl.; index.) Ann Ar-
(2007): 199–206. bor: University of Michigan Press, 2008. ISBN:
9780472116300.
311-111. ASTROLOGY
Uses the biography of Archimedes “to explore the
traditional historical narrative about the Roman
846. B ECK, Roger. A Brief History of Ancient Astrol- conquest of the Greek world and the Greek cultural
ogy. Brief Histories of the Ancient World. (xiii + 159 invasion of Rome.” (from the publisher)
pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Oxford: Blackwell Publisher,
2007. ISBN: 1405110872. 852. Z HMUD, Leonid. The Origin of the History of
On astrology from Babylon to Ancient Greece Science in Classical Antiquity. Peripatoi, 19. (x +
and Rome and its cultural and political impact on 331 pp.; bibl.; index.) New York: Walter de Gruyter,
ancient societies. 2006. ISBN: 3110179660.
Looks at the work of Eudemus of Rhodes, esp. his
understanding of history of the exact sciences.
311-150. MEDICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS
(see also 135-Human biology)
312-12. STUDIES OF LINGUISTIC AND VISUAL
847. T ODMAN, Don. “Warts and the Kings of ASPECTS OF SCIENCE
Parthia: An Ancient Representation of Hereditary
Neurofibromatosis Depicted in Coins.” J. Hist. Neu- 853. A RT ÉS H ERN ÁNDEZ, José Antonio. “Mαγoς
rosci. 17 (2008): 141–146. en el Nuevo Testamento.” MHNH 4 (2004): 5–32.
68 312. Ancient Greek & Roman contexts

312-23. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE; SCIENCE On a magical hymn in three different papyri of the
AND ART Preisendanz’s corpus, with a focus on the transmis-
(includes drama and performing arts) sion and manipulation of hymnic material through-
out the ages in the field of graeco-egyptian magic.
854. BALDINI M OSCADI, Loretta. “La magia
nell’epica latina: Funzionalità e trasgressione (a pro- 863. C OLLINS, Derek. Magic in the Ancient Greek
posito di Virgilio e Silio Italico, Lucano e Stazio).” World. (xiv + 207 pp.; bibl.; index.) Oxford: Black-
MHNH 4 (2004): 33–50. well, 2008. ISBN: 9781405132381.

855. TAUB, Liba. Aetna and the Moon: Explaining 864. FARAONE, Christopher A. “In the Horn of an
Nature in Ancient Greece and Rome. Foreword by Ox: A Curious Hexametrical Curse from Hellenistic
Mary Jo N YE. (xiv + 138 pp.; bibl.; index.) Cor- Cyrene (SGD 150).” MHNH 4 (2004): 51–62.
vallis: Oregon State University Press, 2008. ISBN: “The text allows us to sketch a poorly represented
9780870711961. Greek tradition of invoking maritime gods in bind-
Considers the fact that much work on the natural ing spells and depositing them in the sea.” (from
world in classical literature was in poetry. Focuses the abstract)
on two works: Aetna, an anonymously written
poem, and the dialogue On the Face on the Moon 865. F ERN ÁNDEZ F ERN ÁNDEZ, Álvaro. “El ‘Mi-
by Plutarch. lagro de la lluvia’, los Julianos et alii.” MHNH 2
(2002): 97–110.
856. W OLFF, Francis. “The Three Pleasures of On Christian response to a often-cited “rain mira-
Mimēsis According to Aristotle’s Poetics.” In The cle” in which Marcus Aurelius’ army defeated the
Artificial and the Natural, edited by B ENSAUDE - Germanic tribes in 170 AD.
V INCENT and N EWMAN (2007) [ref. 3], 51–66.
866. F ERN ÁNDEZ N IETO, Francisco Javier. “Iam,
iam (Ep. 17,1). Horacio y los recursos de la magia.”
312-28. SCIENCE AND RELIGION
MHNH 3 (2003): 305–309.
857. A LBRILE, Ezio. “Il segreto della Madre Lucen-
te: Estasi e teurgia nel sincretismo gnostico.” MHNH 867. F ERN ÁNDEZ N IETO, Francisco Javier. “Un
2 (2002): 145–174. amuleto defensivo del templo contra los animales: el
This essay looks at the relationship between gnostic Basilisco.” MHNH 4 (2004): 279–285.
syncretism and theurgic mysticism as it appears in
different traditions, East and West. 868. K ROPP, Amina. “Altes Blei neu ausgegra-
ben. Textkritische Bemerkungen zu den lateinischen
858. H OZ, Marı́a Paz de. “Men, un dios lunar, con ‘Defixiones’ aus Hadrumentum.” MHNH 4 (2004):
corona de rayos.” MHNH 2 (2002): 189–202. 63–78.
This article studies depictions of Moon-god men
and their transformation during Roman imperial 869. M ARCO S IM ÓN, Francisco. “Magia y cultos
times into a cosmic deity that was eventually as- orientales: acerca de una defixio de Alcácer do Sal
similated with the Sun god. (Setúbal) con mención de Atis.” MHNH 4 (2004):
79–94.
“Documents clear relations between the magical
312-41. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS ritual and the Graeco-oriental religions, and partic-
(includes science of measurement) ularly the Great Mother’s cult.” (from the abstract)

859. S CHALDACH, Karlheinz. “The Arachne of 870. M ICHALOPOULOS, Andreas N. “Fighting


the Amphiareion and the Origin of Gnomonics in Against a Witch: The Importance of Magic in Hyp-
Greece.” J. Hist. Astron. 35 (2004): 435–445. sipyle’s Letter to Jason (Ov., Her. 6).” MHNH 4
Concerning sundials. (2004): 95–122.

871. Q UIROGA, Alberto. “La magia y lo sobrenatural


312-101. OCCULT SCIENCES; MAGIC como elementos literarios en los discursos de Libanio
(includes scientific anomalies and “pseudo-science”) de Antioquı́a.” MHNH 7 (2007): 269–282.

860. C ALVO M ART ÍNEZ, José Luis. “Dos himnos 872. R AMOS J URADO, Enrique Angel. “Magia
‘mágicos’ al Creador: Edición crı́tica con introduc- y teúrgia en De mysteriis de Jámblico.” MHNH 2
ción y comentario.” MHNH 3 (2003): 231–250. (2002): 111–128.
On the differences between magic and theurgy
861. C ALVO M ART ÍNEZ, José Luis. “El Himno according to Iamblichus.
χαιρε δρακωυ, a Helios, del papiro parisino. Edición
crı́tica con Introducción y Comentario.” MHNH 4
(2004): 265–278. 312-102. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY; HISTORY OF
Analyzes the “Great Parisian Papyrus” on Egyptian IDEAS
magic from the first half of the fourth century. (includes history of philosophy of science)
862. C ALVO M ART ÍNEZ, José Luis. “El tratamiento 873. B ERRYMAN, Sylvia. “The Imitation of Life in
del material hı́mnico en los papiros mágicos: El Ancient Greek Philosophy.” In Genesis Redux, edited
himno δενρo µoι.” MHNH 2 (2002): 71–96. by R ISKIN (2007) [ref. 597], 35–45.
312. Ancient Greek & Roman contexts 69

874. C ASTAGNOLI, Luca. “L’ελεγχoς di Agatone: Studies in Ancient Philosophy. (xvi + 240 pp.;
Una rilettura di Platone, Simposio, 199c3-201c9.” bibl.; index.) New York: Continuum, 2007. ISBN:
Dianoia 6 (2001): 39–84. 9780826499523.

875. C ORTI, Lorenzo. “Scale pirroniane: ‘oνδεν 886. YAMAKAWA, Hideya. Visible and Invisible in
µαλλoν’ in Sesto Empirico.” Dianoia 7 (2002): Greek Philosophy. (xxi + 353 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
13–48. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 2008.
ISBN : 0761840222.
876. F URLEY, David J. (Ed.) From Aristotle to
Augustine. Routledge History of Philosophy, 2. (xxii
+ 457 pp.; bibl.; index.) New York: Routledge, 2003. 312-103. MATHEMATICS
ISBN : 0415308747. 887. BARNER, Klaus. “Negative Größen bei Dio-
Partial contents: David F URLEY, “Aristotle the phant? Teil I.” With English abstract. NTM 15 (2007):
Philosopher of Nature,” 9-39; Alan C. B OWEN, 18–49.
“The Exact Sciences in Hellenistic Times: Texts On recent claims about the nature of the mathemat-
and Issues,” 287-319; R. J. H ANKINSON, “Hel- ics of Diophantos of Alexandria. See also Klaus
lenistic Biological Sciences,” 320-355 [ref. 928]. BARNER, “Negative Größen bei Diophant? Teil II”
Reviews: [ref. R377] NTM 15 (2007): 98–117.
877. G ELDARD, Richard G. Parmenides and the 888. C HRISTIANIDIS, Jean. “The Way of Diophan-
Way of Truth. (xi + 131 pp.; ill.; bibl.) Rhinebeck, tus: Some Clarifications on Diophantus’ Method of
N.Y.: Monkfish Book Publishing, 2007. ISBN: Solution.” Hist. Math. 34 (2007): 289–305.
9780976684343.
889. D EAKIN, Michael A. B. Hypatia of Alexandria:
878. G OURINAT, Jean-Baptiste. “La théorie Mathematician and Martyr. (231 pp.; ill.; bibl.;
stoı̈cienne de la matière : entre le matérialisme et une index.) Amherst: Prometheus Books, 2007. ISBN:
relecture ‘corporaliste’ du Timée.” In L’alchimie et 1591025206.
ses racines philosophiques, edited by V IANO (2005)
[ref. 368], 37–62. 890. F RIBERG, Jöran. Amazing Traces of a Babylo-
nian Origin in Greek Mathematics. (xx + 476 pp.;
879. L AKS, André. Histoire, doxographie, verité : ill.; bibl.; index.) Hackensack, N.J.: World Scientific,
études sur Aristote, Theophraste et la philosophie 2007. ISBN: 9789812704528.
presocratique. Aristote: Traductions et Études. (xii Sequel to Jöran F RIBERG, Unexpected Links
+ 294 pp.) Dudley, Mass.: Editions Peeters, 2007. between Egyptian and Babylonian Mathematics
ISBN : 9789042919051. (2005).
880. M ARZANO, Michela. “L’ordre des idées et la 891. M ODE. “A Study of the Editions of Euclid’s
théorie platonicienne de l’âme : le cas du Phédon.” Elements (II).” [Translated title.] In Chinese. Nei
In L’homme et le vivant, edited by P HARO (2004) Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban) 36,
[ref. 470], 57–68. no. 5 (2007): 654–658.
881. M ERCHIERS, Jacques. “Capacités et disposi- 892. R HODES, Diana L. “A Mathematical Trans-
tions dans la théorie de l’âme d’Aristote.” In L’homme lation of Apollonius of Perga’s ‘Conics’ IV.” Diss.
et le vivant, edited by P HARO (2004) [ref. 470], 69– Abstr. Int. B 68/05 (2007).
94. Dissertation at Pennsylvania State University,
2005. Advisor: Dawson, John. Pub. no. AAT
882. S HARPLES, R. W. (Ed.) Whose Aristotle? 3261918. 218 pp.
Whose Aristotelianism? Ashgate Keeling Series in
Ancient Philosophy. (181 pp.; bibl.; index.) Burling- 893. Z HAO Ji-wei. “On the orientation of
ton, VT: Ashgate, 2001. ISBN: 0754613623. Archimedes’ method for mathematical discovery.”
“Examines different aspects of Aristotle’s influence [Translated title.] In Chinese. J. Dial. Natur. 27, no.
and the reception and influence of Aristotelian phi- 2 (2005): 94–98.
losophy in physics, metaphysics, logic, psychology
and poetics.” (from the publisher)
312-104. MUSIC
Reviews: [ref. R926]
894. BARKER, Andrew. The Science of Harmonics
883. S MITH, Nicholas D., Fritz A LLHOFF, and in Classical Greece. (xii + 481 pp.; ill.; bibl.; in-
Anand Jayprakash VAIDYA. (Eds.) Ancient Phi- dex.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
losophy: Essential Readings with Commentary. (xix ISBN : 9780521879514.
+ 445 pp.; maps; bibl.; index.) Malden, MA; Oxford: Explores the importance of this subject to varied
Blackwell Pub., 2008. ISBN: 9781405135627. disciplines from philosophy to astronomy.
884. S TERN, Paul. Knowledge and Politics in Plato’s
Theaetetus. (x + 315 pp.; bibl.; index.) New 312-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY
York: Cambridge University Press, 2008. ISBN: (see also 164-Air and space technologies)
9780521884297.
895. B OWEN, Alan C. “The Demarcation of Physical
885. TALLIS, Raymond. The Enduring Significance Theory and Astronomy by Geminus and Ptolemy.”
of Parmenides: Unthinkable Thought. Continuum Perspect. Sci. 15 (2007): 327–358.
70 312. Ancient Greek & Roman contexts

896. G OLDSTEIN, Bernard R. “What’s New in On a work written during the second century.
Ptolemy’s Almagest?” Nuncius 22 (2007): 261–285.
On Ptolemy’s emphasis on mean motion. 908. C ALDINI M ONTANARI, Roberta. “Saturno,
velocissimum sidus in Seneca, Nat. 1, praef. 13.”
897. J ONES, Alexander. “A Route to the Ancient MHNH 3 (2003): 310–316.
Discovery of Non-Uniform Planetary Motion.” J. Analysis of Naturales Quaestiones by Seneca and
Hist. Astron. 35 (2004): 375–386. his use of the planet Saturn.
898. M ONTANARI, Roberta Caldini. “A che punto é 909. C ALLATA Ÿ, Godefroid de. “La Grande Ourse
la notte? Le stelle dell’Orsa Maggiore come orologio et le Taureau Apis.” MHNH 2 (2002): 175–188.
notturno nella poesia latina a partire da Ennio (con
una premessa su Eur., IA 6–8).” MHNH 7 (2007): 910. G AL ÁN V IOQUE, Guillermo. “La astrologı́a y
5–92. los astrólogos en la Antologı́a Palatina: alusiones y
On the use of the constellation of the Great Bear as parodias.” MHNH 2 (2002): 221–236.
a night clock in ancient Roman times.
911. KOMOROWSKA, Joanna. “Under the Sign of
899. M ORENO, Jesús Luque. “Agua de Éstige, agua Aries: The Nile, The Zodiac, and a Roman Poet.”
de la vida.” MHNH 7 (2007): 147–182. MHNH 4 (2004): 286–294.
On the ancient image of the underworld and of Analyzes how a verse of Manilius links the flooding
death and its later transformation in a new escha- of the Nile to the constellation of Aires.
tology to heaven which was identified with life.
912. M AC ÍAS V ILLALOBOS, Cristobal. “Referen-
900. R AMSEY, John T. “A Catalogue of Greco- cias a los astros en el Panegı́rico latino.” MHNH 4
Roman Comets from 500 B.C. to A.D. 400.” J. Hist. (2004): 141–172.
Astron. 38 (2007): 175–197.
913. P ÉREZ J IM ÉNEZ, Aurelio. “Dodecátropos,
901. S CHAEFER, Bradley E. “The Epoch of the Zodı́aco y Partes de la Nave en la Astrologı́ca Anti-
Constellations on the Farnese Atlas and Their Origin gua.” MHNH 7 (2007): 217–236.
in Hipparchus’s Lost Catalogue.” J. Hist. Astron. 36
(2005): 167–196. 914. P ÉREZ J IM ÉNEZ, Aurelio. “Influencias astra-
Referring to the globe held by Atlas on a 2nd- les en la fundación de ciudades y en las tareas de
century Roman marble sculpture. construcción.” MHNH 4 (2004): 173–196.

902. S IDOLI, Nathan, and J. L. B ERGGREN. “The 915. P ÉREZ J IM ÉNEZ, Aurelio. “Notas sobre la po-
Arabic Version of Ptolemy’s Planisphere or Flat- sición de Marte en tres horóscopos de Vetio Valente.”
tening the Surface of the Sphere: Text, Translation, MHNH 3 (2003): 317–322.
Commentary.” Sciamvs 8 (2007): 37–139.
916. P ÉREZ J IM ÉNEZ, Aurelio. “Περι δειπνoυ: A
903. S IDOLI, Nathan. “What We Can Learn from propósito de Heph., III 36.” MHNH 2 (2002): 237–
a Diagram: The Case of Aristarchus’s On The Sizes 254.
and Distances of the Sun and Moon.” Ann. Sci. 64 Looks at the work of the astrologer Hephaestio,
(2007): 525–547. Thebanus, relating the seating order at a banquet
“This paper makes explicit a number of the pro- with the twelve signs of the zodiac.
cesses in effect in the textual transmission of works
in the exact sciences of the ancient and medieval 917. P LESE, Zlatko. “Fate, Providence and Astrol-
periods.” (from the abstract) ogy in Gnosticism (1): The Apocryphon of John.”
MHNH 7 (2007): 237–268.
904. S ZCZECINIARZ, Jean-Jacques. La terre immo-
bile : Aristote, Ptolémée, Husserl. Science, histoire
et société. (xii + 418 pp.; ill.; bibl.) Paris: Presses 312-112. PHYSICS; EXACT SCIENCES, GENERAL
universitaires de France, 2003. ISBN: 2130533353. WORKS
918. B RISSON, Luc. “La théorie de la ‘matière’
312-111. ASTROLOGY dans le Timée de Platon et sa critique par Aris-
905. A LFARO B ECH, Virginia, and Victoria Eugenia tote dans la Physique.” In L’alchimie et ses racines
RODR ÍGUEZ M ART ÍN. “Precedentes de las doctri- philosophiques, edited by V IANO (2005) [ref. 368],
nas antiastrológicas y antifatalistas de Tertuliano.” 15–35.
MHNH 2 (2002): 203–220.
919. G REGORY, Andrew. “Aristotle, Dynamics and
906. BAUTISTA RUIZ, Hilario. “Codex Vaticanus Proportionality.” Early Sci. & Med. 6 (2001): 1–21.
952: Descripción del contenido astrológico, edición
920. O’B RIEN, Denis. “Matière et émanation dans
y traducción de sus fragmentos inéditos.” MHNH 3
les Ennéades de Plotin.” In L’alchimie et ses racines
(2003): 267–290.
philosophiques, edited by V IANO (2005) [ref. 368],
From the Vaticanus Graecus of the Biblioteca
63–87.
Apostolica Vaticana.
907. C ALDER ÓN D ORDA, Estebán, and José An- 921. S CHIEFSKY, Mark J. “Theory and Practice
tonio C L ÚA S ERENA. “Un nuevo fragmento del in Heron’s Mechanics.” In Mechanics and Natural
poema astrológico de Anubión de Dióspolis: texto, Philosophy before the Scientific Revolution, edited by
traducción y notas.” MHNH 3 (2003): 251–266. L AIRD and ROUX (2008) [ref. 344], 15–50.
312. Ancient Greek & Roman contexts 71

312-113. CHEMISTRY 312-137. PSYCHOLOGY; COMPARATIVE


PSYCHOLOGY
922. L ONGHURST, Ian. “The Identity of Pliny’s
Flos Salis and Roman Perfume.” Ambix 54 (2007): (includes sociobiology, animal behavior, evolutionary
299–302. psychology; see also 151-Psychiatry)
On the commercial-scale use of the halophilic 930. B LOCH, David, and A RISTOTLE. Aristotle on
algae, Dunaliella salina, by ancient Romans to Memory and Recollection: Text, Translation, Inter-
produce glycerol for the perfume industry. pretation, and Reception in Western Scholasticism.
Philosophia Antiqua, 110. (xiii + 276 pp.; ill.; bibl.;
312-114. ALCHEMY index.) Boston: Brill, 2007. ISBN: 9789004160460.
923. PAPATHANASSIOU, Maria K. “L’œuvre al- 931. E MILSSON, Eyjólfur Kjalar. “Plotinus on Sense
chimique de Stéphanos d’Alexandrie : structures Perception.” In Theories of Perception in Medieval
et transformations de la matière, unité et pluralité, and Early Modern Philosophy, edited by K NUUT-
l’énigme des philosophes.” In L’alchimie et ses TILA and K ÄRKK ÄINEN (2008) [ref. 487], 23–34.
racines philosophiques, edited by V IANO (2005)
[ref. 368], 113–133. 932. K NUUTTILA, Simo. “Aristotle’s Theory of Per-
ception and Medieval Aristotelianism.” In Theories
924. S AFFREY, Henri Dominique. “Mort et trans- of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Phi-
formation de la matière. À propos d’un locus des- losophy, edited by K NUUTTILA and K ÄRKK ÄINEN
peratus des Mémoires authentiques de Zosime de (2008) [ref. 487], 1–22.
Panopolis (X 6.130).” In L’alchimie et ses racines
philosophiques, edited by V IANO (2005) [ref. 368], 933. L EHOUX, Daryn. “Observers, Objects, and the
109–111. Embedded Eye; or, Seeing and Knowing in Ptolemy
and Galen.” Isis 98 (2007): 447–467.
925. V IANO, Cristina. “Les alchimistes gréco-
alexandrins et le Timée de Platon.” In L’alchimie et 934. L ØKKE, Håvard. “The Stoics on Sense Per-
ses racines philosophiques, edited by V IANO (2005) ception.” In Theories of Perception in Medieval and
[ref. 368], 91–107. Early Modern Philosophy, edited by K NUUTTILA
and K ÄRKK ÄINEN (2008) [ref. 487], 35–46.
312-120. EARTH AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, 935. M C M AHON, Ciarán. “The Origins of the Psy-
GENERAL WORKS chological Interior: Evidence from Imperial Roman
(includes meteorology and climatology) Literary Practices and Related Issues.” J. Hist. Behav.
Sci. 44 (2008): 19–37.
926. T HEOPHRASTUS OF E RESUS. On Weather On the relationship between literary practice and
Signs. Edited by David S IDER and Carl Wolfram subjective experience.
B RUNSCH ÖN. Philosophia Antiqua, 104. (x + 263
pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Boston: Brill, 2007. ISBN: 936. P OLANSKY, Ronald M. Aristotle’s De Anima.
9789004155749. (xvi + 580 pp.; bibl.; index.) New York: Cambridge
University Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780521862745.
312-121. GEOGRAPHY; CARTOGRAPHY;
EXPLORATION 312-144. LINGUISTICS
927. P INGREE, David. “Ptolemy’s Geographical 937. B ONFIGLIOLI, Stefania, and Costantino
Guide Explored.” J. Hist. Astron. 34 (2003): 235– M ARMO. “Symbolism and Linguistic Semantics.
237. Some Questions (and Confusions) from Late Antique
Essay review of Ptolemy, Ptolemy’s Geography Neoplatonism up to Eriugena.” Vivarium 45 (2007):
(2000). 238–252.

312-130. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL 312-150. MEDICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS


WORKS (see also 135-Human biology)
928. H ANKINSON, R. J. “Hellenistic Biological Sci- 938. BARRAS, Vincent. “Le Galen’s Touch. Peau,
ences.” In From Aristotle to Augustine, edited by objet, et sujet dans le système médical galénien.” Part
F URLEY (2003) [ref. 876], 320–355. of special issue: “La pelle umana / The Human Skin”
[ref. 464]. Micrologus 13 (2005): 55–73.
312-133. HEREDITY; GENETICS; EVOLUTION
939. B OYLAN, Michael. “Galen: On Blood, the
(for genetic engineering, see 134-Microbiology) Pulse, and the Arteries.” J. Hist. Biol. 40 (2007):
929. S EDLEY, David N. Creationism and Its Critics 207–230.
in Antiquity. Sather Classical Lectures, v. 66. (xvii
+ 269 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Berkeley: University of 940. C HANG, Hui-Hua. “Rationalizing Medicine
California Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780520253643. and the Social Ambitions of Physicians in Classical
“Explores seven major thinkers and philosophical Greece.” J. Hist. Med. Allied Sci. 63 (2008): 217–
movements enmeshed in the debate: Anaxagoras, 244.
Empedocles, Socrates, Plato, the atomists, Aristo- 941. D IMOPOULOS, Vassilios G., Joe Sam ROBIN -
tle, and the Stoics.” (from the publisher) SON , III, and Kostas N. F OUNTAS . “The Pearls and
72 312. Ancient Greek & Roman contexts

Pitfalls of Skull Trephination as Described in the 312-153. PHARMACY


Hippocratic Treatise ‘On Head Wounds.’ ” J. Hist. (includes pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs)
Neurosci. 17 (2008): 131–140.
952. O IKONOMOPOULOU, Polytimi. “Pharmaka
942. G ALEN. Sinopsis de Galeno de su propia obra and Witches.” MHNH 4 (2004): 123–140.
sobre pulsos. Estudio introductori, bibliografı́a, tra- The term pharmaka refers to aphrodisiacs (potions
ducción, notas e ı́ndices de Luis Miguel P INO C AM - and drugs) used by the women to acheive their
POS . (422 pp.) Madrid: Ediciones Clásicas, 2005. means and which were perceived as witchcraft.
ISBN : 8478825770. Explores this in three Euripidean love tragedies.
Reviews: [ref. R380]
943. G ORDON, Richard. “The Coherence of 312-160. TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL WORKS
Magical-Herbal and Analogous Recipes.” MHNH (includes architecture; for biotechnology, see 134-
7 (2007): 115–146. Microbiology; see also 161-Computers and 164-Air
An effort to situate the authority of practitioners of
ancient magical-herbal medicine in a tradition of and space)
practice. 953. BALASUBRAMANIAM, R. “Wootz Steel Re-
ceived by Alexander.” Part of “Thematic Issue: His-
944. I MAI Masahiro. “The Anti-Philosophical An- tory and Characteristics of Wootz Steel in India and
thropology in the Hippocratic Treatise De Vetere Abroad” [ref. 791]. Indian J. Hist. Sci. 42 (2007):
Medicina (On Ancient Medicine).” In Japanese. Ka- 511–516.
gakusi Ken. (Hist. Sci.) 46 (2007): 78–90.
954. B ERETTA, Marco, and Giovanni D I PASQUALE.
945. M ASSAR, Natacha. Soigner et servir : His-
(Eds.) Le verre dans l’empire romain : Arts et
toire sociale et culturelle de la médecine grecque à
sciences. (359 pp.) Florence: Giunti, 2006. ISBN:
l’époque hellénistique. Culture et cité. (338 pp.; bibl.;
271185163X.
index.) Paris: De Boccard, 2005. ISBN: 2701801850.
Reviews: [ref. R682] Reviews: [ref. R86]

946. M ATTERN, Susan P. Galen and the Rhetoric 955. C ROW, James. “The Infrastructure of a Great
of Healing. (x + 279 pp.; bibl.; index.) Balti- City: Earth, Walls and Water in Late Antique Con-
more: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. ISBN: stantinople.” In Technology in Transition, edited by
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A study of Galen’s clinical practice, “the public,
956. C UOMO, Serafina. Technology and Culture in
competitive, and masculine nature of medicine
Greek and Roman Antiquity. Key Themes in Ancient
among the urban elite and...the relationship be-
History. (xi + 212 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Cam-
tween clinical practice and power in the Roman
bridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. ISBN:
household.” (from the publisher)
9780521810739.
947. S TADEN, Heinrich von. “Physis and Technē Built around five case studies: “the definition of the
in Greek Medicine.” In The Artificial and the Natu- techne of medicine in classical Athens, the devel-
ral, edited by B ENSAUDE -V INCENT and N EWMAN opment of new military technology in Hellenistic
(2007) [ref. 3], 22–49. times, the self-image of technicians through funer-
ary art in the early Roman Empire, the resolution
948. T OTELIN, Laurence M. V. “Sex and Vegetables of boundary disputes in the early second century
in the Hippocratic Gynaecological Treatises.” Stud. AD, and the status of architecture and architects in
Hist. Phil. Biol. Biomed. Sci. 38 (2007): 531–540. late antiquity.” (from the publisher)
Argues that the use of sexual therapy in the Hippo-
cratic gynaecological treatises included vegetable 957. D ECKER, Michael. “Water into Wine: Trade
ingredients that have since lost their sexual conno- and Technology in Late Antiquity.” In Technology in
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949. Y ÉBENES, Sabino Perea. “Un iama del
santuario-hospital de Asclepio en Pérgamo (Notica 958. F IENI, Laura. “The Art of Building in Milan
de Rufo de Efeso, en Oribasio, Collectiones Medicae, during Late Antiquity: San Lorenzo Maggiore.” In
XLV, 30. 10–14).” MHNH 7 (2007): 199–216. Technology in Transition, edited by L AVAN et al.
Looks at the treatment of a case of epilepsy in (2007) [ref. 960], 407–434.
Pergamum in the second century.
959. G IORGI, Elisabetta. “Water Technology at
Gortyn in the 4th–7th c. A.D.: Transport, Storage and
312-152. PUBLIC HEALTH; HEALTH; NUTRITION
Distribution.” In Technology in Transition, edited by
950. G OZALBES C RAVIOTO, Enrique, and Inmac- L AVAN et al. (2007) [ref. 960], 287–320.
ulada G ARC ÍA G ARC ÍA. “La primera peste de los
Antoninos (165–170). Una epidemia en la Roma 960. L AVAN, Luke, Enrico Z ANINI, and Alexander
Imperial.” Asclepio 59, no. 1 (2007): 7–21. Constantine S ARANTIS. (Eds.) Technology in Tran-
sition: A.D. 300–650. With the assistance of Ine
951. K RON, Geoffrey. “Anthropometry, Physical JACOBS, Dirk B OOMS, and Bart de G RAEVE. Late
Anthropology, and the Reconstruction of Ancient Antique Archaeology, 4. (lx + 572 pp.; ill.; maps;
Health, Nutrition, and Living Standards.” Historia 54 bibl.; index.) Boston, Mass.: Brill, 2007. ISBN:
(2005): 68–83. 9789004165496.
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Contents (from the publisher): Luke L AVAN, Peter O LESON, Serafina C UOMO, Roger U LRICH,
“Explaining Technological Change: Innovation, Kevin G REENE, Paul T. C RADDOCK, J. Clay-
Stagnation, Recession and Replacement,” xv ff.; ton FANT, Orjan W IKANDER, Evi M ARGARITIS,
Tiziano M ANNONI, “The Transmission of Craft Martin K. J ONES, Geoffrey K RON, Fredrick A.
Techniques according to the Principles of Ma- C OOPER, Lynne L ANCASTER, Andrew I. W IL -
terial Culture: Continuity and Rupture,” xli ff.; SON , Klaus G REWE, Robert I. C URTIS , Carol
Philip B ES, “Technology in Late Antiquity: A M ATTUSCH, John P. W ILD, Carol van D RIEL -
Bibliographic Essay,” 3-40; Nathalie K ELLENS, M URRAY, Mark JACKSON, E. Marianne S TERN,
“Metal Technology in Late Antiquity: A Biblio- Lorenzo Q UILICI, Georges R AEPSAET, Sean M C -
graphic Note,” 41-52; Veerle L AUWERS, “Glass G RAIL, David J. B LACKMAN, Philip de S OUZA,
Technology in Late Antiquity: A Bibliographic Willy C LARYSSE, Katelijn VANDORPE, Robert
Note,” 53-64; Michael D ECKER, “Water into Wine: H ANNAH, Charlotte W IKANDER, Andrew M EAD -
Trade and Technology in Late Antiquity,” 65-92 OWS , Karin T YBJERG , and Michael B. S CHIFFER .
[ref. 957]; Jeremy ROSSITER, “Wine-Making af-
ter Pliny: Viticulture and Farming Technology in 963. S CHIEFSKY, Mark J. “Art and Nature in An-
Late Antique Italy,” 93-118 [ref. 966]; Tamara L E - cient Mechanics.” In The Artificial and the Natu-
WIT , “Absent-Minded Landlords and Innovating ral, edited by B ENSAUDE -V INCENT and N EWMAN
Peasants? The Press in Africa and the Eastern (2007) [ref. 3], 67–108.
Mediterranean,” 119-142; Michel B ONIFAY, “Ce-
ramic Production in Africa during Late Antiquity: 964. S MITH, Norman A. F. “The Roman Aqueduct
Continuity and Change,” 143-158; Paul A RTHUR, at Aspendos.” Trans. Newcomen Soc. 77 (2007):
“Form, Function and Technology in Pottery Pro- 217–244.
duction from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle
Ages,” 159-186; Enrico G IANNICHEDDA, “Metal 965. W IPLINGER, Gilbert. (Ed.) Cura Aquarum in
Production in Late Antiquity: From Continuity Ephesus: Proceedings of the Twelfth International
of Knowledge to Changes in Consumption,” 187- Congress on the History of Water Management and
210; Lucia S AGU Í, “Glass in Late Antiquity: The Hydraulic Engineering in the Mediterranean Region,
Continuity of Technology and Sources of Supply,” Ephesus/Selçuk, Turkey, October 2–10, 2004. Bul-
211-232; Margaret O’H EA, “Glass in Late An- letin Antieke Beschaving, Supplement 6. (v + 535
tiquity in the Near East,” 233-250; James C ROW, pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.) Dudley, Mass.: Peeters, 2006.
“The Infrastructure of a Great City: Earth, Walls ISBN : 9042918292.
and Water in Late Antique Constantinople,” 251-
286 [ref. 955]; Elisabetta G IORGI, “Water Tech- 312-163. AGRICULTURE AND RELATED
nology at Gortyn in the 4th–7th c. A.D.: Trans- SCIENCES
port, Storage and Distribution,” 287-320 [ref. 959];
Femke M ARTENS, “Late Antique Urban Streets (includes animal husbandry, forestry, and food sci-
at Sagalassos,” 321-366 [ref. 961]; Michael J. T. ence)
L EWIS, “Antique Engineering in the Byzantine
966. ROSSITER, Jeremy. “Wine-Making after Pliny:
World,” 367-380 [ref. 678]; Enrico Z ANINI, “Tech-
Viticulture and Farming Technology in Late Antique
nology and Ideas: Architects and Master-Builders
Italy.” In Technology in Transition, edited by L AVAN
in the Early Byzantine World,” 381-406 [ref. 679];
et al. (2007) [ref. 960], 93–118.
Laura F IENI, “The Art of Building in Milan during
Late Antiquity: San Lorenzo Maggiore,” 407-434
[ref. 958]; Riccardo Santangeli VALENZANI, “Pub-
lic and Private Building Activity in Late Antique 320. MEDIEVAL WESTERN EUROPEAN
Rome,” 435-450; Marco VALENTI, “Architecture CONTEXTS
and Infrastructure in the Early Medieval Village:
The Case of Tuscany,” 451-490 [ref. 1153]; Ig- (4th through 14th centuries)
nacio A RCE, “Umayyad Building Techniques and
the Merging of Roman-Byzantine and Partho-
Sassanian Traditions: Continuity and Change,” 320-1. GENERAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE
491-538 [ref. 673]. (includes interdisciplinary topics and biographies of
scientists)
961. M ARTENS, Femke. “Late Antique Urban
Streets at Sagalassos.” In Technology in Transition, 967. F RIED, Johannes. Les fruits de l’apocalypse :
edited by L AVAN et al. (2007) [ref. 960], 321–366. Origines de la pensée scientifique moderne au moyen
âge. (xix + 218 pp.) Paris: Maison des sciences de
962. O LESON, John Peter. (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of l’homme, 2004. ISBN: 2735110214.
Engineering and Technology in the Classical World. Explores the roots of modern science in medieval
(xviii + 865 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Oxford apocalyptic thought.
University Press, 2008. ISBN: 9780195187311. Reviews: [ref. R365]
The book contains 33 chapters divided into eight
sections: Sources; Primary, Extractive Technolo- 968. JACQUART, Danielle, and Charles B URNETT.
gies; Engineering and Complex Machines; Sec- (Eds.) Scientia in margine : études sur les marginalia
ondary Processes and Manufacturing; Technolo- dans les manuscrits scientifiques du moyen âge à la
gies of Movement and Transport; Technologies of renaissance. Hautes études médiévales et modernes,
Death; Technologies of the Mind; Ancient Tech- 88. (xii + 402 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Genève: Droz,
nologies in the Modern World. Contributors: John 2005. ISBN: 2600010351.
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Includes: Irène C AIAZZO, “Mains célèbres dans pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Westport, Conn.: Greenwood
les marges des Commentarii in Somnium Scipionis Press, 2006. ISBN: 0313337543.
de Macrobe,” 171–189; Marilyn N ICOUD, “Les
marginalia dans les manuscrits latins des Diètes 975. W OOD, Rega. “Richard Rufus of Cornwall’s
d’Isaac Israëli conservés à Paris,” 191–215. Significance in the Western Scientific Tradition.”
In Albertus Magnus und die Anfänge der Aristoteles-
969. K USUKAWA, Sachiko. “Introductory Note.” Rezeption im lateinischen Mittelalter, edited by H ON -
Introduction to special section: “Medieval and Early NEFELDER et al. (2005) [ref. 1017], 455–489.
Modern Medicine, Alchemy and Magic (Part I).”
Early Sci. & Med. 12 (2007): 284.
320-3. SOURCES OF INFORMATION
Contents: Joseph Z IEGLER, “Philosophers and
Physicians on the Scientific Validity of Latin (includes bibliographies, electronic sources, and
Physiognomy, 1200–1500,” 285–312 [ref. 1111]; works on libraries, archives, and museums)
Michael S TOLBERG, “The Decline of Uroscopy
in Early Modern Learned Medicine (1500–1650),” 976. L OHR, Charles H. Latin Aristotle Commen-
313–336 [ref. 1344]. taries: V. Bibliography of Secondary Literature. Cor-
pus Philosophorum Medii Aevi. Subsidia, 15. (xiv
970. K USUKAWA, Sachiko. “Introductory Note.” + 567 pp.) Firenze: L.S. Olschki, SISMEL-Edizioni
Introduction to special section: “Medieval and Early del Galluzzo, 2005. ISBN: 8884501458.
Modern Medicine, Alchemy and Magic (Part II).”
Early Sci. & Med. 12 (2007): 376. 320-22. SCIENCE AND POLITICS, LAW, AND
See also Sachiko K USUKAWA, “Introductory Note” ECONOMICS
Early Sci. & Med. 12 (2007): 284 [ref. 969]. This (includes science policy, patronage, international
issue includes a single article: Hiro H IRAI, “The
Invisible Hand of God in Seeds: Jacob Schegk’s relations)
Theory of Plastic Faculty,” 377–404 [ref. 1298]. 977. L OENGARD, Janet S. “Lords’ Rights and Neigh-
bors’ Nuisances: Mills and Medieval English Law.”
971. N OEL, R., I. PAQUAY, J.-P. S OSSON, and Do- In Wind and Water in the Middle Ages, edited by
minique A LLART. (Eds.) Au-delà de l’écrit : Les WALTON (2006) [ref. 1154], 129–152.
hommes et leurs vécus matériels au Moyen Âge à
la lumière des sciences et des techniques : nou-
velles perspectives. Actes du colloque international 320-26. SCIENCE AND RACE; SCIENCE AND
de Marche-en-Famenne, 16-20 octobre 2002. Typolo- ETHNICITY
gie des sources du Moyen Âge occidental. (518 pp.; (for eugenics, see 135-Human biology)
ill.; bibl.; index.) Turnhout: Brepols, 2003. ISBN:
978. B ILLER, Peter. “Black Women in Medieval
2503514677.
Scientific Thought.” Part of special issue: “La pelle
The essays in this volume focus on how modern umana / The Human Skin” [ref. 464]. Micrologus 13
scientific techniques in archaeology and related (2005): 477–492.
fields can help us to understand the medieval world.
Reviews: [ref. R755]
320-28. SCIENCE AND RELIGION
972. PAULMIER -F OUCART, Monique, and Marie- 979. A RIS, Marc-Aeilko. “Grübelnde Mönche:
Christine D UCHENNE. Vincent de Beauvais et le Wissenschaft in spätmittelalterlichen Kartausen.” In
Grand Miroir du monde. Témoins de notre histoire. Herbst des Mittelalters? Fragen zur Bewertung des
(viii + 371 pp.; facsims.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Turnhout: 14. und 15. Jahrhunderts, edited by Jan A. A ERTSEN
Brepols, 2004. ISBN: 2503514545. and Martin P ICKAV É (Berlin; New York: Walter de
On this medieval Dominican friar and his encyclo- Gruyter, 2004), 173–183.
pedia.
980. D UTTON, Paul Edward. The Mystery of the
973. VAN DEN A BEELE, Baudouin, and Heinz Missing Heresy Trial of William of Conches. (45
M EYER. (Eds.) Bartholomaeus Anglicus, De proprie- pp.; bibl.) Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval
tatibus rerum: texte latin et réception vernaculaire = Studies, 2006. ISBN: 0888447280, 9780888447289.
Lateinischer Text und volkssprachige Rezeption :
actes du colloque international = Akten des Inter- 981. L LULL, Ramon. Lulle et la Condamnation de
nationalen Kolloquiums, Münster, 9.-11.10.2003. De 1277 : La declaration de Raymond écrite sous forme
diversis artibus, t. 74. (xii + 327 pp.; ill.) Turnhout: de dialogue. Edited by Cecile B ONMARIAGE, Michel
Brepols, 2005. ISBN: 9782503522982. L AMBERT, and Jean-Michel C OUNET. Philosophes
Contributors include: Saskia B OGAART, Isabelle Médiévaux, t. 46. (xxxiii + 196 pp.; bibl.; index.)
D RAELANTS, Joëlle D UCOS, Juris L IDAKA, Dudley, Mass.: Peeters Publishers, 2006. ISBN:
R. James L ONG, Christel M EIER -S TAUBACH, 9042915927.
Heinz M EYER, Brigitte P R ÉVOT, Bernd ROLING,
Michael T WOMEY, Baudouin VAN DEN A BEELE, 982. V ESEL, Matjaž. “Pariška obsodba leta 1277,
and Iolanda V ENTURA potentia dei absoluta in rojstvo moderne znanosti.”
[Translated title: The Paris condemnation of 1277,
974. W IGELSWORTH, Jeffrey R. Science and Tech- potenita dei absoluta, and the birth of modern sci-
nology in Medieval European Life. The Greenwood ence] In Slovenian. Filozofski Vest. 28, no. 1 (2007):
Press Daily Life through History Series. (xxvii + 169 19–40.
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320-29. SCIENCE AND WAR Concerns amulets on which King Solomon is de-
picted as a horseman, exploring their iconography
983. T ITTMANN, Wilfried. “Gab es selbst- and exorcistic inscriptions.
entzündliche Kriegsfeuer im Mittelalter? Anmer-
kungen zur Kalziumsalpeter- Theorie.” Translated 992. W EILL -PAROT, Nicolas. “Encadrement ou
title: [Selfigniting Incendiaries: Did They Exist in dévoilement. L’occulte et le secret dans la nature
Medieval Warfare? Critical Notes on a Hypothesis chez Albert le Grand et Roger Bacon.” Micrologus 14
of Saltpetre of Calcium Nitrate Type.] In German. (2006): 151–170.
Technikgeschichte 72 (2005): 275–302.
320-102. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY; HISTORY OF
320-41. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS IDEAS
(includes science of measurement) (includes history of philosophy of science)
984. D EKKER, Elly. “ ‘With His Sharp Lok Perseth 993. A RMOUR, Leslie. “Re-thinking the Infinite.”
the Sonne’: A New Quadrant from Canterbury.” Ann. In Wisdom’s Apprentice, edited by K WASNIEWSKI
Sci. 65 (2008): 201–220. (2007) [ref. 1005], 122–152.
“Describes a medieval instrument, a quadrans
novus, which turned up during archaeological 994. BARTLETT, Robert. The Natural and the Su-
works in England.” (from the abstract) pernatural in the Middle Ages: The Wiles Lecture
Given at the Queen’s University of Belfast, 2006.
(x + 170 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Cambridge; New
320-42. SCIENCE EDUCATION York: Cambridge University Press, 2008. ISBN:
(includes history of educational institutions) 9780521878326.

985. D E M OWBRAY, Malcolm. “1277 and All That: 995. BAZ ÁN, B. Carlos. “Radical Aristotelianism in
Students and Disputations.” Traditio 57 (2002): 217– the Faculties of Arts. The Case of Siger of Brabant.”
238. In Albertus Magnus und die Anfänge der Aristoteles-
Rezeption im lateinischen Mittelalter, edited by H ON -
NEFELDER et al. (2005) [ref. 1017], 585–629.
320-101. OCCULT SCIENCES; MAGIC
(includes scientific anomalies and “pseudo-science”) 996. B ONNER, Anthony. The Art and Logic of Ra-
mon Llull: A User’s Guide. Studien und Texte zur
986. B OUDET, Jean-Patrice. Entre science et ni- Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, Bd. 95. (xx + 333
gromance: astrologie, divination et magie dans pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Boston: Brill, 2007. ISBN:
l’Occident médiéval, XIIe-XVe siècle. Histoire an- 9789004163256.
cienne et médiévale, 83. (624 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 2006. ISBN: 997. B OULNOIS, Olivier. (Ed.) Duns Scot à Paris
2859445447. 1302-2002 : actes du colloque de Paris, 2-4 septembre
2002. Textes et études du moyen âge v. 26. (xxiv +
987. B OUREAU, Alain. Satan the Heretic: The Birth 683 pp.; bibl.; index.) Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols,
of Demonology in the Medieval West. Translated 2004.
by Teresa Lavender FAGAN. (xiii + 255 pp.; bibl.;
index.) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. 998. B URIDAN, Jean. Summulae de propositionibus.
ISBN : 0226067483. Edited by Ria Van der L ECQ. Artistarium, 10-1.
Argues that the rise of demonology occurred at (xxxv + 131 pp.; bibl.; index.) Turnhout, Belgium:
“the crossroads of the rise of sovereignties and of Brepols, 2005. ISBN: 2503518869.
the individual, [coinciding] with the emergence of
the modern legal system in the European West.” 999. C AROTI, Stefano, and Jean C ELEYRETTE.
(from the publisher) (Eds.) Quia inter doctores est magna dissensio :
Les débats de philosophie naturelle à Paris au XIVe
988. C OLLARD, Franck. “Veneficiis vel maleficiis. siècle. Biblioteca di Nuncius; Studi e testi; 52. (ix +
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la sorcellerie dans l’Occident médiéval.” Le Moy. Age ISBN : 8822253299; 9788822253293.
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l’objet du savoir et les ‘complexe significabilia’
989. M AYO, Thomas B. de. The Demonology of à Paris au XIV siècle,” 1–31; Jack Z UPKO, “John
William of Auvergne: By Fire and Sword. Hors serie. Buridan and the Origins of Secular Philosophical
(v + 249 pp.; bibl.; index.) Lewiston, NY: Edwin Culture,” 33–48 [ref. 1044]; Zénon K ALUZA, “La
Mellen Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780773452428. finalité de la nature selon Nicolas d’Autrécourt,”
49–67 [ref. 1019]; Christophe G RELLARD,
990. O STORERO, Martine. “Les marques du diable “L’usage des nouveaux langages d’analyse dans
sur le corps des sorcières (XIVe-XVIIe siècles).” Part la Quaestio de Nicolas d’Autrécourt. Contribution
of special issue: “La pelle umana / The Human Skin” à la théorie autrécurienne de la connaissance,”
[ref. 464]. Micrologus 13 (2005): 359–388. 69–95; Jean C ELEYRETTE, “Figura/figuratum
par Jean Buridan et Nicole Oresme,” 97–118
991. T ORIJANO, Pablo. A. “Salomón, Lilith, san [ref. 1001]; Zoe B OSEMBERG, “Nicole Oresme
Jorge y el dragón: Un ejemplo de reinterpretación et Robert Grosseteste. La conception dynamique
mágica en la Antigüedad tardı́a.” MHNH 2 (2002): de la matière,” 119–133 [ref. 1079]; Fabio Z ANIN,
129–144. “Passio corruptiva/passio perfectiva : A Basic
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cole Oresme and Albert of Saxony’s Commentary + 272 pp.; bibl.; index.) Scranton: University of
on the Physics : The Problems of Vacuum and Scranton Press, 2007. ISBN: 9781589661400.
Motion in a Void,” 161–174 [ref. 1087]; Edmond
M AZET, “Pierre Ceffons et Oresme – Leur relation 1007. F ELDHAY, Rivka. “Thomist Epistemology of
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“Les modi rerum . . . encore une fois. Une source the special issue “Believing Nature, Knowing God”
possible de Nicole Oresme : le commentaire sur [ref. 239]. Sci. Context 20 (2007): 401–421.
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context had long-term intellectual and institutional
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une fois. Une source possible de Nicole Oresme : le
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Natural Philosophy: A Response to Edward Grant.” Elsevier, 2008. ISBN: 9780444516251.
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Early Sci. & Med. 5 (2000): 259–278. The Latin Tradition”; Yukio I WAKUMA, “Begin-
See also: Edward G RANT, “God and Natural Phi- ning of Scholastic Logic before Abelard”; Ian
losophy: The Late Middle Ages and Sir Isaac New- W ILKS, “The Logic of Abelard and His Contem-
ton,” 279–298 [ref. 1013]; Andrew C UNNINGHAM, poraries”; Terence PARSONS, “The Development
“A Last Word,” 299–300. of Supposition Theory in the Later 12th and Early
13th Centuries”; Henrik L AGERLUND, “Assimi-
1004. DAUPHINAIS, Michael, Barry DAVID, and lation of Aristotelian and Arabic Logic up to the
Matthew L EVERING. (Eds.) Aquinas the Augus- Later 13th Century”; Ria van der L ECQ, “Logic
tinian. Proceedings of a conference held in Feb. and Theories of Meaning in the Late 13th and
2005 at Ave Maria University. (xxiv + 291 pp.; bibl.; Early 14th Century Including the Modistae”; Gyula
index.) Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of K LIMA, “The Nominalist Semantics of William
America Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780813214924. Ockham and John Buridan”; Catarina D UTILH -
N OVAES, “Logic in the 14th Century after Ock-
1005. D EWAN, Lawrence. Wisdom’s Apprentice: ham”; Simo K NUUTTILA, “Treatments of Modal
Thomistic Essays in Honor of Lawrence Dewan, O.P. and Other ‘Opaque’ Contexts in Mediaeval Logic”;
Edited by Peter A. K WASNIEWSKI. (xxii + 305 pp.; Mikko Y RJONSUURI, “Treatments of the Para-
bibl.; index.) Washington, D.C.: Catholic University doxes of Self-reference”; Jennifer A SHWORTH,
of America Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780813214955. “Developments in the 15th and 16th Centuries”;
Partial contents: Jan A. A ERTSEN, “Is Truth Not Petr DVORAK, “Relational Logic of Juan Cara-
a Trascendental for Aquinas?” 3-12; Stephen L. muel”; Russell WAHL, “Port Royal: The Stirrings
B ROCK, “Thomas Aquinas and ‘What Actually of Modernity.”
Exists,’ ” 13-39; David B. T WETTEN, “Really
Distinguishing Essence from Esse,” 40-84; J. L. 1011. G ILETTI, Ann. “Aristotle in Medieval Spain:
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of Nature in the Smyrna Physiologus (Evangelical
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320-114. ALCHEMY
320-131. BOTANY; PLANT SCIENCES
1090. C OLINET, Andrée. “L’Anonyme de Zuretti. Un
traité alchimique italo-grec de 1300.” In L’alchimie et 1100. D ENDLE, Peter. “Plants in the Early Me-
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2007. ISBN: 9780712349451.
1092. RODR ÍGUEZ -G UERRERO, José. “Algunos da- Includes images of over one hundred varieties of
tos Desconocidos sobre las Relaciones entre Alquimia flowers and plants and discussions of their uses in
y Mitologı́a.” Azogue 5 (2007): 9–29. medieval life.
1093. RODR ÍGUEZ -G UERRERO, José. “Desarrollo 1102. M AUCH, Ute. “Ein Mittelalterliches
y Madurez del Concepto de Quintaesencia Alquı́mi- Kräuterbuch aus dem 14. Jahrhundert, eine neue Ver-
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320-132. ZOOLOGY of special issue: “La pelle umana / The Human Skin”
(includes animal anatomy and physiology; for prima- [ref. 464]. Micrologus 13 (2005): 511–535.
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1113. Z UPKO, Jack. “Horse Sense and Human
1103. B OURNE, W. R. P. “South European Birds in Sense: The Heterogeneity of Sense Perception in
the Sherborne Missal (1396–1415).” Arch. Natur. Buridan’s Philosophical Psychology.” In Theories
Hist. 34 (2007): 354–357. of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Phi-
losophy, edited by K NUUTTILA and K ÄRKK ÄINEN
1104. P OMPONAZZI, Pietro, and A RISTOTLE. Expo- (2008) [ref. 487], 171–186.
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Edited by Stefano P ERFETTI. Studi e testi 45. (lxxxiv
320-144. LINGUISTICS
+ 359 pp.; bibl.) Florence: Leo S. Olschki editore,
2004. ISBN: 8822253973. 1114. C ENTOCANTI, Duilio. “Linguaggio e onto-
logia nella filosofia della natura del secolo XIV e
320-135. HUMAN BIOLOGY; PHYSICAL nella fisica quantistica: Un parallelismo possibile?”
ANTHROPOLOGY Dianoia 7 (2002): 65–99.
(includes human evolution, primatology, eugenics;
see also 150-Medicine) 320-146. HISTORY AS A DISCIPLINE

1105. D OUCHET, Sébastien. “La peau du centaure à 1115. S OCHER, Abraham P. “Of Divine Cunning
la frontière de l’humanité et de l’animalité.” Part of and Prolonged Madness: Amos Funkenstein on Mai-
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1106. M ILES, Margaret R. A Complex Delight: The
Secularization of the Breast, 1350–1750. (xiii +
320-150. MEDICAL SCIENCES, GENERAL WORKS
177 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Berkeley: University of
California Press, 2008. ISBN: 0520253485. (see also 135-Human biology)
On how the representation of the breast as a Chris- 1116. AUS ÉCACHE, Mireille. “Une naissance mons-
tian symbol of nourishment and loving care lost trueuse au Moyen Age : le ‘frère de Salerne.’ ” Trans-
this meaning and came to be represented only in lated title: [A monstrous birth in the Middle Ages:
medical or erotic works. the “Salernitan brother”.] In French. Gesnerus 64
(2007): 5–23.
1107. VAN DER L UGT, Maaike. “La peau noire dans
la science médiévale.” Part of special issue: “La pelle 1117. B ISHOP, Louise M. Words, Stones, and Herbs:
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(2005): 439–475. England. Medieval Studies. (xiv + 276 pp.; ill.; bibl.;
index.) Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press,
320-137. PSYCHOLOGY; COMPARATIVE 2007. ISBN: 9780815631248.
PSYCHOLOGY
(includes sociobiology, animal behavior, evolutionary 1118. B OLENS, Guillemette. “La momification dans
la littérature médiévale. L’embaumement d’Hector
psychology; see also 151-Psychiatry)
chez Benoı̂t de Sainte-Maure, Guido Delle Colonne,
1108. L AGERLUND, Henrik. “Pietro d’Abano and et John Lydgate.” Part of special issue: “La pelle
the Anatomy of Perception.” In Theories of Per- umana / The Human Skin” [ref. 464]. Micrologus 13
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edited by K NUUTTILA and K ÄRKK ÄINEN (2008)
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Anatomies of Generation.” Ann. Sci. 65 (2008):
1109. P ERLER, Dominik. “Seeing and Judging: 439–444.
Ockham and Wodeham on Sensory Cognition.” Essay review of Katharine PARK, Secrets of Women
In Theories of Perception in Medieval and Early (2006) [ref. 1133].
Modern Philosophy, edited by K NUUTTILA and
K ÄRKK ÄINEN (2008) [ref. 487], 151–170. 1120. C ANTOR, Norman F. In the Wake of the
Plague: The Black Death and the World It Made.
1110. S ILVA, José Filipe. “Robert Kilwardby on (245 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Free Press,
Sense Perception.” In Theories of Perception in 2001. ISBN: 0684857359.
Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy, edited by
K NUUTTILA and K ÄRKK ÄINEN (2008) [ref. 487], 1121. C RISCIANI, Chiara. “Tra Università, corte e
87–100. città: note su alcuni medici ‘pavesi’ del sec. XV.”
Ann. Stor. Univ. Ital. 7 (2003): 55–70.
1111. Z IEGLER, Joseph. “Philosophers and Physi-
cians on the Scientific Validity of Latin Physiognomy, 1122. D ENDLE, Peter, and Alain T OUWAIDE. (Eds.)
1200–1500.” Part of a special section: “Medieval and Health and Healing from the Medieval Garden. (xiii
Early Modern Medicine, Alchemy and Magic (Part + 256 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Woodbridge, England:
I)” [ref. 969]. Early Sci. & Med. 12 (2007): 285–312. Boydell & Brewer, 2008. ISBN: 9781843833635.
Contents: Alain T OUWAIDE and Peter D ENDLE,
1112. Z IEGLER, Joseph. “Skin and Character in “Introduction,” 1-13; Alain T OUWAIDE, “The
Medieval and Early Renaissance Physiognomy.” Part Legacy of Classical Antiquity in Byzantium and
320. Medieval Western European contexts 83

the West,” 15-28; Linda Ehrsam VOIGTS, “Plants 1130. K EISER, George R. “Two Medieval Plague
and Planets: Linking the Vegetable with the Ce- Treatises and Their Afterlife in Early Modern Eng-
lestial in Late Medieval Texts,” 29-46 [ref. 1078]; land.” J. Hist. Med. Allied Sci. 58 (2003): 292–324.
Peter D ENDLE, “Plants in the Early Medieval
Cosmos: Herbs, Divine Potency, and the Scala 1131. M ETZLER, Irina. Disability in Medieval Eu-
natura,” 47-59 [ref. 1100]; Terence S CULLY, rope: Thinking about Physical Impairment during the
“A Cook’s Therapeutic Use of Garden Herbs,” High Middle Ages, c. 1100–1400. Routledge Studies
60-71; Alain T OUWAIDE, “The Jujube Tree in in Medieval Religion, 5. (vi + 355 pp.; bibl.; index.)
the Eastern Mediterranean: A Case Study in the New York: Routledge, 2006. ISBN: 0415365031.
Methodology of Textual Archeobotany,” 72-100;
Maria Amalia D’A RONCO, “Gardens on Vellum: 1132. O SBORN, Marijane. “Anglo-Saxon Ethnob-
Plants and Herbs in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts,” otany: Women’s Reproductive Medicine in Leech-
101-127; Philip G. RUSCHE, “The Sources for book III.” In Health and Healing from the Medieval
Plant Names in Anglo-Saxon England and the Garden, edited by D ENDLE and T OUWAIDE (2008)
Laud Herbal Glossary,” 128-144; Marijane O S - [ref. 1122], 145–161.
BORN , “Anglo-Saxon Ethnobotany: Women’s Re-
productive Medicine in Leechbook III,” 145-161 1133. PARK, Katharine. Secrets of Women: Gender,
[ref. 1132]; Peter Murray J ONES, “Herbs and the Generation, and the Origins of Human Dissection.
Medieval Surgeon,” 162-179 [ref. 1129]; George R. (419 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: Zone Books,
K EISER, “Rosemary: Not Just for Remembrance,” 2006. ISBN: 1890951676.
180-204; Expiración G ARC ÍA S ÁNCHEZ, “Util- “Explodes the myth that medieval religious prohi-
ity and Aesthetics in the Gardens of al-Andalus: bitions hindered the practice of human dissection
Species with Multiple Uses,” 205-227 [ref. 663]; in medieval and Renaissance Italy, arguing that
Deirdre L ARKIN, “Hortus Redivivus: The Me- female bodies, real and imagined, played a central
dieval Garden Recreated,” 228-241. role in the history of anatomy during that time.”
(from the abstract)
1123. FABBRI, Christiane Nockels. “Treating Me- Reviews: [ref. 1119, R786]
dieval Plague: The Wonderful Virtues of Theriac.”
Early Sci. & Med. 12 (2007): 247–283. 1134. P E ÑA, Carmen, and Fernando G IR ÓN
I RUESTE. La prevención de la enfermedad en
1124. G ARZA, Randal Paul. Understanding Plague: la España bajo medieval. (549 pp.; bibl.; index.)
The Medical and Imaginative Texts of Medieval Granada: Editorial Universidad de Granada, 2006.
Spain. Studies in the humanities, 68. (119 pp.; bibl.) ISBN : 9788433839206; 8433839209.
New York: Peter Lang, 2008. ISBN: 9780820463414. Reviews: [ref. R796]
Contains analysis of both medical and fictional
works. 1135. P UCHALSKA -D ABROWSKA
, , Bernadetta M.
“Pojecie
, choroby i problematyka pielegnacji
, chorych
1125. G OTTSCHALL, Dagmar. “Conrad of Megen- w najstarszych źródłach franciszkańskich.” Trans-
berg and the Causes of the Plague: A Latin Treatise lated title: [The Definition of Illness and Aspects of
on the Black Death Composed ca. 1350 for the Papal Patient Care in Early Franciscan Sources] In Polish.
Court in Avignon.” In La vie culturelle, intellectuelle Archiwum Hist. Filozofii Med. 69 (2006): 1–13.
et scientifique à la cour des papes d’Avignon, edited
by Jacqueline H AMESSE (Turnhout: Brepols, 2006), 1136. S CHELLETTER, Dagmar, Anne R APPERT, and
319–332. Gundolf K EIL. “Aphorismen zur Arzneiform ‘Sal-
be’ unter besonderer Berücksichtigung chirurgischer
1126. G RUDZEN, Gerald J. Medical Theory about Fachprosa des deutschen Mittelalters.” In Pratum
the Body and the Soul in the Middle Ages: The First floridum, edited by F OLKERTS et al. (2002) [ref. 9],
Western Medical Curriculum at Monte Cassino. (iii + 369–403.
260 pp.; bibl.; index.) Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen
Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780773452084. 320-151. PSYCHIATRY; MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY
“Examines the cross-cultural transmission of med- (see also 136-Neurosciences and 137-Psychology)
ical knowledge and theory between Jewish, Chris-
tian and Muslim communities in the Medieval 1137. M ELLYN, Elizabeth Walker. “A History of
period.” Madness, Medicine, and the Law in Italy, 1350–
1650.” Diss. Abstr. Int. A 68/10 (2008).
1127. JACQUART, Danielle. “A la recherche de la Dissertation at Harvard University, 2007. Advisor:
peau dans le discours médical de la fin du Moyen Hankins, James. Pub. no. AAT 3285518. 353 pp.
Age.” Part of special issue: “La pelle umana / The
Human Skin” [ref. 464]. Micrologus 13 (2005): 493– 320-152. PUBLIC HEALTH; HEALTH; NUTRITION
510.
1138. C ABR É, Montserrat. “Women or Healers?
1128. JACQUART, Danielle. “Du genre des ‘Secrets’ Household Practices and the Categories of Health
dans la médecine médiévale.” Micrologus 14 (2006): Care in Late Medieval Iberia.” Part of a special issue:
345–357. Women, Health, and Healing in Early Modern Europe
[ref. 1348]. Bull. Hist. Med. 82 (2008): 18–51.
1129. J ONES, Peter Murray. “Herbs and the Me-
dieval Surgeon.” In Health and Healing from the Me- 1139. D OMINGO, Carmel Ferragud. “La atención
dieval Garden, edited by D ENDLE and T OUWAIDE médica doméstica practicada por mujeres en la Va-
(2008) [ref. 1122], 162–179. lencia bajomedieval.” Dynamis 27 (2007): 133–155.
84 320. Medieval Western European contexts

320-153. PHARMACY 1147. F OLTA, Jaroslav. “Clockmaking in Old


(includes pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs) Prague.” In Miscellanea Kepleriana, edited by
B OOCKMANN et al. (2005) [ref. 1365], 45–63.
1140. J UBRAN, Safa A. C. “Estudo das idéias tradi-
cionais médicas e de fármacos no Livro do Tesouro 1148. I LARDI, Vincent. Renaissance Vision from
de Alexandre: Um estudo de caso, o ásaro (Asarum Spectacles to Telescopes. Memoirs of the American
europaeum L.).” Circumscribere 2 (2007): 42–50. Philosophical Society, 259. (xv + 378 pp.; ill.; bibl.;
“This paper presents a case study on Asarum [gin- index.) Philadelphia, PA: American Philosophical
ger] as a first step of the project that seeks to verify Society, 2007. ISBN: 0871692597.
the traditional medical and pharmacological ideas Based on both textual and archaeological sources,
in the Book of the Treasure of Alexander (9th–10th traces the early development, diffusion, and com-
century CE).” (from the abstract) merce of eye glasses in the middle ages up to the
discovery of the telescope.

320-160. TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL WORKS 1149. L ANGDON, John, and Martin WATTS. “Tower
Windmills in Medieval England: A Case of Arrested
(includes architecture; for biotechnology, see 134- Development?” Tech. & Cult. 46 (2005): 697–718.
Microbiology; see also 161-Computers and 164-Air
and space) 1150. L UCAS, Adam Robert. “Industrial Milling in
the Ancient and Medieval Worlds: A Survey of the
1141. BARTL, Anna, Christoph K REKEL, Manfred Evidence for an Industrial Revolution in Medieval
L AUTENSCHLAGER, and Doris O LTROGGE. (Eds.) Europe.” Tech. & Cult. 46 (2005): 1–30.
Der “Liber illuministarum” aus Kloster Tegernsee:
Edition, Ubersetzung und Kommentar der kunsttech- 1151. N IBLER, Ferdinand. “Überlegungen zum che-
nologischen Rezepte. Veröffentlichung des Instituts mischen Anzünder auf Kalziumoxidbasis.” Trans-
für Kunsttechnik und Konservierung im Germanis- lated title: [Reflections on Selfigniting Devices Based
chen Nationalmuseum, 8. (833 pp.; bibl.; index.) on Unslaked Lime.] In German. Technikgeschichte
Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2005. ISBN: 351508472X. 72 (2005): 303–311.
Reviews: [ref. R67]
1152. T RUITT, Elly Rachel. “From Magic to Mech-
1142. B ERNARDI, Philippe. “Pierres réelles ou anism: Medieval Automata, 1100–1550.” Diss. Abstr.
pierres de compte ? Notes sur la mesure d’un matériau Int. A 68/10 (2008).
de construction.” In La juste mesure, edited by Dissertation at Harvard University. Advisor: Park,
M OULINIER et al. (2005) [ref. 255], 35–47. Katharine. Pub. no. AAT 3285561. 281 pp.
Includes a discussion of the understanding of au-
1143. B URNS, Robert Ignatius. “Gegna: Coastal tomata in the Arabic and Byzintine East and in the
Mooring in Crusader Valencia.” Tech. & Cult. 47 Medieval West.
(2006): 777–786.
On coastal mooring technology in the 13th century. 1153. VALENTI, Marco. “Architecture and Infras-
tructure in the Early Medieval Village: The Case
1144. C ANNELLA, Anne-Françoise. Gemmes, verre of Tuscany.” In Technology in Transition, edited by
coloré, fausses pierres précieuses au Moyen Âge: L AVAN et al. (2007) [ref. 960], 451–490.
le quatrième livre du “Trésorier de philosophie na-
turelle des pierres précieuses” de Jean d’Outremeuse. 1154. WALTON, Steven A. (Ed.) Wind and Water in
Bibliothèque de la Faculté de philosophie et lettres the Middle Ages: Fluid Technologies from Antiquity
de l’Université de Liège, 288. (480 pp.; bibl.; index.) to the Renaissance. Medieval and Renaissance Texts
Genève: Droz, 2006. ISBN: 2870192886. and Studies, 322. (xxvii + 300 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
Tempe, Ariz.: ACMRS, 2006. ISBN: 0866983678.
Based on an unpublished source by a 14th-century
chronicler, the book consists of recipes on how to Contents: George B ROOKS, “The ‘Vitruvian Mill’
imitate gems by coloring glass in various ways, in Roman and Medieval Europe,” 1-38; Niall
providing insight into ancient glass techniques. B RADY, “Mills in Medieval Ireland: Looking
beyond Design,” 39-68; D. Fairchild RUGGLES,
Reviews: [ref. R166] “Waterwheels and Garden Gizmos: Technology
and Illusion in Islamic Gardens,” 69-88 [ref. 674];
1145. C OZE, Jean Le. “On the Question of Possible Adam L UCAS, “The Role of the Monasteries in the
Transfer of Steel Technology from India to Europe Development of Medieval Milling,” 89-127; Janet
through the Muslim Middle East.” Part of “Thematic S. L OENGARD, “Lords’ Rights and Neighbors’
Issue: History and Characteristics of Wootz Steel in Nuisances: Mills and Medieval English Law,”
India and Abroad” [ref. 791]. Indian J. Hist. Sci. 42 129-152 [ref. 977]; Tim S ISTRUNK, “The Right
(2007): 337–375. to the Wind in the Later Middle Ages,” 153-169;
Roberta M AGNUSSON, “Public and Private Ur-
1146. D ROSTE, Peter Johannes. Wasserbau und ban Hydrology: Water Management in Medieval
Wassermühlen an der mittleren Rur: die Kernlande London,” 171-187; Thomas F. G LICK and Luis
des Herzogtums Jülich 8.-18. Jahrhundert. Aachener Pablo M ART ÍNEZ, “Mills and Millers in Medieval
Studien zur älteren Energiegeschichte, Bd. 9. (374 Valencia,” 189-211; David W. M ARSHALL, “John
pp.; ill.; maps; bibl.) Aachen: Shaker, 2003. ISBN: Ball’s Revolutionary Windmill: ‘The Letter of
9783832220112. Jakke Mylner’ in the English Rising of 1381,” 213-
Reviews: [ref. R294] 234; Kirk A MBROSE, “The ‘Mystic Mill’ Capital
330. Renaissance Western European contexts 85

at Vézelay,” 235-258; Shana W ORTHEN, “Of Mills ROBERTS, “Additions and Corrections to ‘John
and Meaning,” 259-281. Dee’s Library Catalogue,’ ” 333-343 [ref. 1168];
Stephen C LUCAS, “Recent Works on John Dee
(1988–2005): A Select Bibliography,” 345-350
[ref. 1166].
330. RENAISSANCE, WESTERN EUROPEAN
CONTEXTS Reviews: [ref. R202]
(15th and 16th centuries; see also 320-Medieval for 1158. C OHEN, H. Floris. “The Onset of the Scientific
topics beginning earlier) Revolution: Three Near-Simultaneous Transforma-
tions.” In The Science of Nature in the Seventeenth
Century, edited by A NSTEY and S CHUSTER (2005)
330-1. GENERAL HISTORIES OF SCIENCE [ref. 1364], 9–33.
(includes interdisciplinary topics and biographies of
scientists) 1159. D EVREESE, J. T., and Guido Vanden B ERGHE.
“Magic Is No Magic”: The Wonderful World of Simon
1155. A RTIS, Aderemi Ethan. “Francis Bacon and Stevin. (xxxvi + 310 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Boston:
the Scientific Reformation.” Diss. Abstr. Int. A 68/07 WIT, 2008. ISBN: 9781845640927.
(2008).
Dissertation at Princeton University, 2007. Pub. On the early modern physicist and mathematician,
no. AAT 3273503. 120 pp. important for his work on decimal fractions, stan-
dardization of weights and measures, and statics
1156. C APRA, Fritjof. The Science of Leonardo: and hydrostatics.
Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renais-
sance. (xx + 329 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York: 1160. L ANGERMANN, Y. Tzvi. “From My Note-
Doubleday, 2007. ISBN: 9780385513906. books: A Compendium of Renaissance Science:
Ta,alumot h.okmah by Moses Galeano.” Aleph 7
1157. C LUCAS, Stephen. (Ed.) John Dee: Interdis- ¯
(2007): 285–318.
ciplinary Studies in English Renaissance Thought. Galeano’s work covers the fields of astronomy,
International Archives of the History of Ideas, 193. mathematics, alchemy, and ethics.
(xvii + 366 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Dordrecht, Nether-
lands: Springer, 2006. ISBN: 1402042450.
1161. L EU, Urs B., Raffael K ELLER, and Sandra
Contents: Stephen C LUCAS, “Introduction: In-
W EIDMANN. Conrad Gessner’s Private Library.
tellectual History and the Identity of John Dee,”
History of Science and Medicine Library, 5. (xii +
1-22; Nicholas H. C LULEE, “John Dee’s Natural
310 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Leiden: Brill, 2008. ISBN:
Philosophy Revisited,” 23-37 [ref. 1442]; Robert
9789004167230.
G OULDING, “Wings (or Stairs) to the Heavens:
The Parallactic Treatises of John Dee and Thomas On the library of the Swiss physician and polymath
Digges,” 41-63 [ref. 1242]; Stephen J OHNSTON, Conrad Gessner (1516-1565).
“Like Father, Like Son? John Dee, Thomas Digges
and the Identity of the Mathematician,” 65-84 1162. M ARSHALL, Peter H. The Magic Circle of
[ref. 1228]; Richard D UNN, “John Dee and Astrol- Rudolf II: Alchemy and Astrology in Renaissance
ogy in Elizabethan England,” 85-94 [ref. 1251]; Prague. (276 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New York:
Robert BALDWIN, “John Dee’s Interest in the Ap- Walker & Co., 2006. ISBN: 0802715516.
plication of Nautical Science, Mathematics and
Law to English Naval Affairs,” 97-130 [ref. 1283]; 1163. PALMIERI, Paolo. “Science and Authority in
William H. S HERMAN, “John Dee’s Columbian Giacomo Zabarella.” Hist. Sci. 45 (2007): 404–427.
Encounter,” 131-140 [ref. 1291]; Karen De L E ÓN -
On this Renaissance Italian Aristotelian philoso-
J ONES, “John Dee and the Kabbalah,” 143-158
pher.
[ref. 1210]; Federico C AVALLARO, “The Alchemi-
cal Significance of John Dee’s Monas Hieroglyph-
ica,” 159-176 [ref. 1271]; Jim R EEDS, “John Dee 1164. RUDERMAN, David B., and Giuseppe V ELTRI.
and the Magic Tables in the Book of Soyga,” 177- (Eds.) Cultural Intermediaries: Jewish Intellectuals
204 [ref. 1212]; György E. S Z ÖNYI, “Paracelsus, in Early Modern Italy. Jewish Culture and Contexts.
Scrying, and the Lingua Adamica: Contexts for (293 pp.; bibl.; index.) Philadelphia: University of
John Dee’s Angel Magic,” 207-229 [ref. 1214]; Pennsylvania Press, 2004. ISBN: 081223779X.
Stephen C LUCAS, “John Dee’s Angelic Conver- Includes: Moshe I DEL, “Italy in Safed, Safed in
sations and the Ars Notoria: Renaissance Magic Italy: Toward an Interactive History of Sixteenth-
and Mediaeval Theurgy,” 231-273 [ref. 1206]; Century Kabbalah,” 239-269 [ref. 1208].
Deborah E. H ARKNESS, “The Nexus of Angelol-
ogy, Eschatology, and Natural Philosophy in John
Dee’s Angel Conversations and Library,” 275-282
330-2. NATIONAL CONTEXTS
[ref. 1207]; Susan BASSNETT, “Absent Presences:
Edward Kelley’s Family in the Writings of John
Dee,” 285-294 [ref. 1204]; Jan B ÄCKLUND, “In 1165. L AVAGGI, Andrea. “La scienza in Liguria nei
the Footsteps of Edward Kelley: Some Manuscript secoli XVI e XVII: limiti, propensioni, individualità.”
References at the Royal Library in Copenhagen Physis 42 (2005): 501–519.
Concerning an Alchemical Circle around John Dee On science in Genoa and especially Giovan Battista
and Edward Kelley,” 295-330 [ref. 1269]; Julian Baliani.
86 330. Renaissance Western European contexts

330-3. SOURCES OF INFORMATION K LEIN, “To Mine for Truth: The Metaphor of Min-
(includes bibliographies, electronic sources, and ing in Francis Bacon’s The Great Instauration,”
works on libraries, archives, and museums) 117-138 [ref. 1631]; Beatriz C RUZ -S OTOMAYOR,
“Gender and Scientific Authority: Huarte de San
1166. C LUCAS, Stephen. “Recent Works on John Juan’s Examen de ingenios and Oliva Sabuco’s
Dee (1988–2005): A Select Bibliography.” In John Nueva filosofia,” 139-152 [ref. 1189]; Sara L.
Dee, edited by C LUCAS (2006) [ref. 1157], 345–350. F RENCH, “Building Gender into the Elizabethan
Prodigy House,” 153-168 [ref. 1399]; Roberta
1167. DASTON, Lorraine, and Katharine PARK. M ARTIN, “ ‘That Awful Throne’: Donne, Behn,
(Eds.) Early Modern Science. The Cambridge His- and the Culture of Dissection,” 169-196 [ref. 1394].
tory of Science, 3. (xxvii + 865 pp.; ill.; index.) Cam-
bridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. ISBN: 1173. H ARKNESS, Deborah E. The Jewel House:
0521572444. Elizabethan London and the Scientific Revolution.
Reviews: [ref. 1379, R256] (xviii + 349 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) New Haven: Yale
University Press, 2007. ISBN: 9780300111965.
1168. ROBERTS, Julian. “Additions and Corrections “This book explores the streets, shops, back alleys,
to ‘John Dee’s Library Catalogue.’ ” In John Dee, and gardens of Elizabethan London, where a bois-
edited by C LUCAS (2006) [ref. 1157], 333–343. terous and diverse group of men and women shared
a keen interest in the study of nature.” (from the
publisher)
330-5. HISTORIOGRAPHY; HISTORICAL
METHODS 1174. M C T IGHE, Geoffrey Neal Cassady. “The New
(see also Part B-Theoretical approaches) Light of Europe: Giordano Bruno and the Modern
Age.” Diss. Abstr. Int. A 68/11 (2008).
1169. I NKSTER, Ian. “Thoughtful Doing and Early-
Modern Oeconomy.” In The Mindful Hand, edited by Dissertation at The University of North Carolina
ROBERTS et al. (2007) [ref. 1357], 443–452. at Chapel Hill, 2007. Advisor: Rao, Ennio. Pub.
no. AAT 3289023. 286 pp. “I analyze metaphors
in the lives and works of two thinkers who es-
330-12. STUDIES OF LINGUISTIC AND VISUAL pouse Brunonian ideas: Nicola Antonio Stigliola
ASPECTS OF SCIENCE (1546–1623) and Andrea Fodio Gambara (c.1588–
c.1660).” (from the abstract)
1170. S HACKELFORD, Jole. “Texts, Illustrations
and Artifacts: Intertextuality in the Transmission of 1175. P IRILLO, Diego. “Bruno, gli Inglesi e il Nuovo
Scientific Knowledge.” Ann. Sci. 65 (2008): 281– Mondo.” Rinascimento 44 (2004): 49–76.
285. The focus is less on Bruno than on the brutal
Essay review of Sachiko K USUKAWA and Ian conquest of the New World.
M ACLEAN (eds.), Transmitting Knowledge (2006).

330-22. SCIENCE AND POLITICS, LAW, AND


330-20. SCIENCE AND ITS INTERACTION WITH
ECONOMICS
SOCIETY AND CULTURE, GENERAL WORKS
(includes science policy, patronage, international
(includes popular culture; popularization of science;
relations)
public understanding of science)
1176. H EHENBERGER, Susanne. “Dehumanised
1171. BALDASSO, Renzo. “Illustrating the Book of
Sinners and Their Instruments of Sin: Men and
Nature in the Renaissance: Drawing, Painting, and
Animals in Early Modern Bestiality Cases, Aus-
Printing Geometric Diagrams and Scientific Figures.”
tria 1500–1800.” In Early Modern Zoology, edited by
Diss. Abstr. Int. A 68/09 (2008).
E NENKEL et al. (2007) [ref. 1303], 381–417.
Dissertation at Columbia University, 2007. Advi-
sor: Freedberg, David. Pub. no. AAT 3285042. 1177. P IMENTEL, Juan. “The Iberian Vision: Sci-
510 pp. Situates the history in the context of the ence and Empire in the Framework of a Univer-
intellectual culture of late 15th-century Venice. sal Monarchy, 1500–1800.” Volume title: Nature
and Empire: Science and the Colonial Enterprise
1172. F RENCH, Sara L., and Kay E THERIDGE.
[ref. 617]. Osiris 15 (2000): 17–30.
(Eds.) Origins of Science Learning: Essays on Cul-
ture and Knowledge in Early Modern Europe. Fore-
word by Jonathan S EITZ. (x + 208 pp.; bibl.) Lewis- 330-23. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE; SCIENCE
ton: Edwin Mellen Press, 2007. ISBN: 0773453695. AND ART
Contents (from WorldCat): Daniel S ELCER, “The (includes drama and performing arts)
Edges of Extension and the Limits of the Text:
Leibniz, Materiality, and History,” 1-26 [ref. 1470]; 1178. C HON É, Paulette. “Faire le beau pour faire la
Michael C UNNINGHAM, “The Holy Laws of Na- paix. Considérations sur les bêtes dressées de Joseph
ture: Vallisneri, Antediluvian Men and the Flood,” Boillot (1592).” In Early Modern Zoology, edited by
27-62 [ref. 1779]; Kay E THERIDGE, “Loathsome E NENKEL et al. (2007) [ref. 1303], 567–601.
Beasts: Images of Reptiles and Amphibians in
Art and Science,” 63-88 [ref. 1563]; Elizabeth 1179. E GMOND, Florike. “Curious Fish: Connec-
O LDMAN, “Technocrat of Gunpowder and Can- tions between Some Sixteenth-Century Watercolours
non: Satan’s Mechanical Contrivances in Paradise and Prints.” In Early Modern Zoology, edited by
Lost’s War in Heaven,” 89-116 [ref. 1636]; Lauren E NENKEL et al. (2007) [ref. 1303], 245–272.
330. Renaissance Western European contexts 87

1180. G RAFTON, Anthony. “Renaissance Histories 1191. L ONG, Kathleen P. Hermaphrodites in Re-
of Art and Nature.” In The Artificial and the Natu- naissance Europe. Women and Gender in the Early
ral, edited by B ENSAUDE -V INCENT and N EWMAN Modern World. (x + 268 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Alder-
(2007) [ref. 3], 185–210. shot, U.K.: Ashgate, 2006. ISBN: 0754656098.
Reviews: [ref. R651]
1181. G UTBUB, Christophe. “Du livre X de Quinti-
lien à la Deffence de Du Bellay : le motif de la culture 1192. O SLER, Margaret J. “The Gender of Nature
et l’imitation entre nature et art.” Bibl. Hum. Renaiss. and the Nature of Gender in Early Modern Natu-
67 (2005): 287–324. ral Philosophy.” In Men, Women, and the Birthing
of Modern Science, edited by Z INSSER (2005)
1182. K AUFMANN, Thomas DaCosta. “The Artifi- [ref. 224], 71–85.
cial and the Natural: Arcimboldo and the Origins of
Still Life.” In The Artificial and the Natural, edited by 330-28. SCIENCE AND RELIGION
B ENSAUDE -V INCENT and N EWMAN (2007) [ref. 3],
149–184. 1193. A LLEN, Michael J. B. “At Variance: Mar-
silio Ficino, Platonism and Heresy.” In Platonism
1183. KOPPENOL, Johan. “Noah’s Ark Disembarked at the Origins of Modernity, edited by H EDLEY and
in Holland: Animals in Dutch Poetry, 1500–1700.” H UTTON (2008) [ref. 1452], 31–44.
In Early Modern Zoology, edited by E NENKEL et al.
(2007) [ref. 1303], 451–528. 1194. B ROOKE, John, and Ekmeleddin İ HSANO ǦLU.
(Eds.) Religious Values and the Rise of Science in
1184. M ETZE, Gudula, Andreas K ÜHNE, and Stefan Europe. (258 pp.; ill.) Istanbul: Research Center for
K IRSCHNER. “Der Wandel der Copernicus-Porträts Islamic History Art and Culture, 2005.
bis zum Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts.” In Miscellanea The majority of the articles in this book were
Kepleriana, edited by B OOCKMANN et al. (2005) presented at the workshop titled “Science and Hu-
[ref. 1365], 65–79. man Values,” organized by the European Science
Foundation in cooperation with IRCICA and the
1185. S CHNOOR, Franziska. “Octopuses, Foxes and Turkish Society for History of Science (6–7 Oc-
Hares: Animals in Early Modern Latin and German tober 2001, IRCICA Istanbul). A major theme of
Proverbs.” In Early Modern Zoology, edited by the book is the reception of Copernican astronomy,
E NENKEL et al. (2007) [ref. 1303], 529–545. with comparisons between Catholic, Lutheran,
Calvinist, and Ottoman responses. Contributing
1186. S EIDEL, Linda. “Visual Representation as authors include: John B ROOKE, John N ORTH, Pe-
Instructional Text: Jan van Eyck and The Ghent ter BARKER, Charlotte M ETHUEN, Anne-Charlott
Altarpiece.” In Making Knowledge in Early Mod- T REPP, Kenneth H OWELL, Paolo P ONZIO, Mari-
ern Europe, edited by S MITH and S CHMIDT (2007) ano A RTIGAS, Rafael M ART ÍNEZ, William S HEA,
[ref. 16], 45–67. Robert I LIFFE, Ekmeleddin İ HSANO ǦLU, and
Sonja B RENTJES.
1187. S INGER, Julie. “Lines of Sight: Love Lyric, Reviews: [ref. R144]
Science, and Authority in Late Medieval and Early
Modern French and Italian Culture.” Diss. Abstr. Int. 1195. H ARRISON, Peter. The Fall of Man and the
A 68/06 (2007). Foundations of Science. (xi + 300 pp.; bibl.; index.)
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007. ISBN:
Dissertation at Duke University, 2006. Advisor:
9780521875592.
Finucci, Vlaeria and Helen Solterer. Pub. no. AAT
On the religious foundations of scientific knowl-
3267931. 253 pp. A study of poetics and science
edge in the 16th and 17th centuries as related to the
through a focus on the image of the eye and its
notion of the Fall of Man and “the extent to which
physiological relationship to love.
the mind and the senses had been damaged by that
primeval event.” (from the publisher)
1188. W EEKS, Sophie. “Francis Bacon and the Art-
Nature Distinction.” Ambix 54 (2007): 117–145. 1196. H OTSON, Howard. “The Instauration of
the Image of God in Man: Humanist Anthropol-
ogy, Encyclopaedic Pedagogy, Baconianism and
330-27. SCIENCE AND GENDER
Universal Reform.” In The Practice of Reform in
(for women scientists, look also under specific topics Health, Medicine, and Science, 1500–2000, edited
and time periods) by P ELLING and M ANDELBROTE (2005) [ref. 538],
1–21.
1189. C RUZ -S OTOMAYOR, Beatriz. “Gender and
Scientific Authority: Huarte de San Juan’s Examen 1197. J OHNSON, Carina L. “Stone Gods and
de ingenios and Oliva Sabuco’s Nueva filosofia.” In Counter-Reformation Knowledges.” In Making
Origins of Science Learning, edited by F RENCH and Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, edited by
E THERIDGE (2007) [ref. 1172], 139–152. S MITH and S CHMIDT (2007) [ref. 16], 233–247.
On the idolatrous nature of objects on display in
1190. H UNTER, Lynette. “Women and Science in princely collections.
the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries—Different
Social Practices, Different Textualities, and Differ- 1198. M ATTHEWS, Steven. Theology and Science
ent Kinds of Science.” In Men, Women, and the in the Thought of Francis Bacon. (ix + 150 pp.;
Birthing of Modern Science, edited by Z INSSER bibl.; index.) Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2008. ISBN:
(2005) [ref. 224], 123–140. 9780754662525.
88 330. Renaissance Western European contexts

330-41. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Nueva Granada and the Audiencia De Caracas


(includes science of measurement) during the 18th Century.”

1199. F EHRENBACH, Frank. “The Pathos of Func- 330-101. OCCULT SCIENCES; MAGIC
tion: Leonardo’s Technical Drawings.” In Instru- (includes scientific anomalies and “pseudo-science”)
ments in Art and Science, edited by S CHRAMM et al.
(2008) [ref. 1419], 78–106. 1203. BALL, Philip. The Devil’s Doctor: Paracelsus
and the World of Renaissance Magic and Science. (xi
1200. H ON, Giora, and Yaakov Z IK. “Geometry + 435 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) London: W. Heinemann,
of Light and Shadow: Francesco Maurolyco (1494– 2006. ISBN: 0434011347.
1575) and the Pinhole Camera.” Ann. Sci. 64 (2007):
549–578. 1204. BASSNETT, Susan. “Absent Presences: Ed-
ward Kelley’s Family in the Writings of John Dee.”
1201. J OHNSTON, Stephen. “Reading Rules: Arte- In John Dee, edited by C LUCAS (2006) [ref. 1157],
factual Evidence for Mathematics and Craft in Early- 285–294.
Modern England.” In The Whipple Museum of the
History of Science, edited by TAUB and W ILLMOTH 1205. BAUER, Ralph. “A New World of Secrets:
(2006) [ref. 2766], 233–253. Occult Philosophy in the Sixteenth-Century Atlantic.”
In Science and Empire in the Atlantic World, edited
by D ELBOURGO and D EW (2008) [ref. 614], 99–126.
330-42. SCIENCE EDUCATION
(includes history of educational institutions) 1206. C LUCAS, Stephen. “John Dee’s Angelic Con-
versations and the Ars Notoria: Renaissance Magic
1202. F EINGOLD, Mordechai, and Vı́ctor NAVARRO and Mediaeval Theurgy.” In John Dee, edited by
B ROTONS. (Eds.) Universities and Science in the C LUCAS (2006) [ref. 1157], 231–273.
Early Modern Period. Archimedes, 12. (viii + 309
pp.; ill.; bibl.) Dordrecht: Springer, 2006. ISBN: 1207. H ARKNESS, Deborah E. “The Nexus of An-
1402039743. gelology, Eschatology, and Natural Philosophy in
Contents: Grazina ROSINSKA, “‘Mathematics John Dee’s Angel Conversations and Library.” In
for Astronomy’ at Universities in Copernicus’ John Dee, edited by C LUCAS (2006) [ref. 1157],
Time”; José C HAB ÁS, “The University of Sala- 275–282.
manca and the Renaissance of Astronomy dur-
ing the Second Half of the 15th Century”; Luis 1208. I DEL, Moshe. “Italy in Safed, Safed in Italy:
Garcı́a BALLESTER, “Medical Science and Med- Toward an Interactive History of Sixteenth-Century
ical Teachings at the University of Salamanca Kabbalah.” In Cultural Intermediaries, edited by
in the 15th Century”; José M. L ÓPEZ P I ÑERO, RUDERMAN and V ELTRI (2004) [ref. 1164], 239–
“The Faculty of Medicine of Valencia”; Victor 269.
NAVARRO -B ROTONS, “The Cultivation of Astron-
omy in Spanish Universities in the Latter Half of 1209. K AVEY, Allison. Books of Secrets: Natural
the 16th Century”; Roger A RIEW, “The Sphere Philosophy in England, 1550–1600. (x + 197 pp.; ill.;
of Jacques Du Chevreul: Astronomy at the Uni- bibl.; index.) Urbana: University of Illinois Press,
versity of Paris in the 1620s”; Maija K ALLINEN, 2007. ISBN: 9780252032097.
“Lectures and Practices: The Variety of Math- Explores the rise of print culture in relation to the
ematical and Mechanical Teaching at the Uni- popularity of books about the natural world dealing
versity of Uppsala in the 17th Century”; Maria with alchemy, necromancy, and other such works;
Teresa B ORGATO, “Mathematical Research in Ital- a study of the production of the texts and readers
ian Universities in the Modern Era”; Luigi P EPE, reactions to them.
“Universities, Academies, and Sciences in the
1210. L E ÓN -J ONES, Karen De. “John Dee and the
Modern Age”; Luı́s Miguel C AROLINO, Henrique
Kabbalah.” In John Dee, edited by C LUCAS (2006)
L EIT ÃO, “Natural Philosophy and Mathematics
[ref. 1157], 143–158.
in Portuguese Universities, 1550–1650”; Piero del
N EGRO, “Venetian Policy toward the University 1211. L ONG, Pamela O. “New Work on the ‘Occult’
of Padua and Scientific Progress during the 18th and Natural Disciplines of the Renaissance.” Renaiss.
Century”; Paul W OOD, “Candide in Caledonia: Quart. 55 (2002): 1323–1336.
The Culture of Science in the Scottish Universi- Essay review of Peter P ESIC, Labyrinth (2000);
ties, 1690–1805”; Ugo BALDINI, “The Sciences Urszula S ZULAKOWSKA, The Alchemy of Light
at the University of Rome in the 18th Century”; (2000); Dieter B LUME, Regenten des Himmels
José Luis P ESET, “Enlightenment and Renova- (2000); Ornella Pompeo FARACOVI, Gli oroscopi
tion in the Spanish University”; Antonio Garcı́a di Cristo (1999); Anthony G RAFTON, Cardano’s
B ELMAR, José Ramón B ERTOMEU S ÁNCHEZ, cosmos (1999); Anthony G RAFTON and Nancy
“Spanish Chemistry Textbooks during Late 18th S IRAISI (eds.), Natural Particulars (1999); Zakiya
Century”; Cristina S ENDRA -M OCHOL Í, “Botany H ANAFI, The Monster in the Machine (2000).
in University Studies in the Late 18th Century:
The Case of Valencia University”; Agusti N IETO - 1212. R EEDS, Jim. “John Dee and the Magic Ta-
G ALAN, Antoni ROCA -ROSELL, “Scientific Ed- bles in the Book of Soyga.” In John Dee, edited by
ucation and the Crisis of the University in 18th C LUCAS (2006) [ref. 1157], 177–204.
Century Barcelona”; and Luis Carlos A RBOLEDA
A PARICIO, Diana Soto A RANGO, “The Theories 1213. R EMY, Nicolas. Demonolatry: An Account
of Copernicus and Newton in the Viceroyship of of the Historical Practice of Witchcraft. Edited by
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Montague S UMMERS. Edited with introduction and 1222. M ORAN, Dermot. “Nicholas of Cusa (1401–
notes by Montague S UMMERS. Translated by E. A. 1464): Platonism at the Dawn of Modernity.” In
A SHWIN. (xliii + 188 pp.) Mineola, N.Y.: Dover Platonism at the Origins of Modernity, edited by
Publications, 2008. ISBN: 9780486461373. H EDLEY and H UTTON (2008) [ref. 1452], 9–30.
Translation of this influential 1595 book.
1223. ROBINSON, Kate. “The Celestial Streams of
1214. S Z ÖNYI, György E. “Paracelsus, Scrying, and Giulio Camillo.” Hist. Sci. 43 (2005): 321–341.
the Lingua Adamica: Contexts for John Dee’s Angel On the Renaissance philosopher and his natural
Magic.” In John Dee, edited by C LUCAS (2006) philosophical ideas.
[ref. 1157], 207–229.

1215. S Z ÖNYI, György Endre. John Dee’s Oc- 330-103. MATHEMATICS


cultism: Magical Exaltation through Powerful Signs. 1224. F ÉRY-H UE, Françoise, and Maryvonne
SUNY Series in Western Esoteric Traditions. (xviii + S PIESSER. “Le recueil mathématique de Cesena,
362 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.) Albany: State University Biblioteca Malatestiana, S . XXVI.6, au cœur du réseau
of New York Press, 2004. ISBN: 0791462234. franco-occitan des mathématiques pratiques du XVe
Focuses on the ideology of exaltatio, the glorifica- siècle.” Arch. Int. Hist. Sci. 57 (2007): 47–88.
tion or deification of man and its relationship to the
activities of John Dee. 1225. F IELD, Judith Veronica. Piero Della
Reviews: [ref. R996] Francesca: A Mathematician’s Art. (xi + 420 pp.;
ill.; bibl.; index.) New Haven: Yale University Press,
1216. Z AMBELLI, Paola. White Magic, Black Magic 2005. ISBN: 0300103425.
in the European Renaissance: From Ficino and Della On Piero’s work as both a mathematician and a
Porta to Trithemius, Agrippa, Bruno. Studies in painter.
Medieval and Reformation Traditions, 125. (x +
282 pp.; bibl.; index.) Boston: Brill, 2007. ISBN: 1226. G ONÇALVES, Carlos Henrique Barbosa, and
9789004160989. Zaqueu Vieira O LIVEIRA. “Geometria, Reforma e
Looks at interaction of the ideas and practices Contra-Reforma na Carta de 1 de julho de 1597, de
of learned magicians with popular rites and Adriaan van Roomen para Clavius.” Circumscribere
witchcraft. 3 (2007): 11–19.
“This letter brings in the foreground traces of
a close cooperation between these two men as
330-102. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY; HISTORY OF regards technical mathematical questions, mainly
IDEAS the so-called Apollonian Problem.” (from the
(includes history of philosophy of science) abstract)

1217. A LEKSANDER, Jason. “The Disavowal of 1227. H ARRIOT, Thomas. Thomas Harriot’s Artis
Renaissance Philosophical Crises and the Geneses of Analyticae Praxis: An English Translation with Com-
Modern Philosophy and Science.” Diss. Abstr. Int. A mentary. Edited by Muriel S ELTMAN and Robert
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Dissertation at Vanderbilt University, 2007. Ad- Mathematics and Physical Sciences. (viii + 299 pp.;
visor: Dobbs-Weinstein, Idit. Pub. no. AAT bibl.; index.) New York: Springer, 2007. ISBN:
3293855. 228 pp. 0387495118.

1218. D E B ELLIS, Ennio. Nicoletto Vernia e Ago- 1228. J OHNSTON, Stephen. “Like Father, Like Son?
stino Nifo: aspetti storiografici e metodologici. Testi John Dee, Thomas Digges and the Identity of the
e saggi / Università degli studi di Lecce. Facoltà di Mathematician.” In John Dee, edited by C LUCAS
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di scienze filosofiche, 30. (242 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
Galatina, Italy: Congedo, 2003. ISBN: 888086517X. 1229. M ERSCH, Dieter. “Representation and Dis-
tortion: On the Construction of Rationality and
1219. E DWARDS, Michael. “Time and Perception Irrationality in Early Modern Modes of Represen-
in Late Renaissance Aristotelianism.” In Theories tation.” In Instruments in Art and Science, edited by
of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Phi- S CHRAMM et al. (2008) [ref. 1419], 20–38.
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1230. S TEDALL, Jacqueline. “Notes Made by
1220. K LIER, Gerhard. Die drei Geister des Men- Thomas Harriot on the Treatises of François Viète.”
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Thomas Harriot.” Hist. Math. 34 (2007): 380–401.
1221. K REMER, Klaus. Praegustatio naturalis sapi- Argues that symbolic and imagistic elements of
entiae: Gott suchen mit Nikolaus von Kues. Buchreihe Harriot’s mathematical writing are observable in
der Cusanus-Gesellschaft. (xiv + 605 pp.) Münster, the mid-1580s in the phonetic alphabet he devised
Germany: Aschendorff, 2004. ISBN: 3402034999. to record the speech of American Indians. (from
A collection of ten previously published articles. the abstract)
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330-104. MUSIC 1243. H ÅKANSSON, Håkan. (Ed.) Att låta själen


flyga mellan himlens tinnar: Tycho Brahe och
1232. B ERNS, Jörg Jochen. “Instrumental Sound and
Renässansen. (245 pp.; ill.; bibl.) Stockholm: At-
Ruling Spaces of Resonance in the Early Modern
lantis, 2006. ISBN: 9789173531047.
Period: On the Acoustic Setting of the Princely
Reviews: [ref. R438]
potestas Claims within a Ceremonial Frame.” In
Instruments in Art and Science, edited by S CHRAMM 1244. H ALLYN, Fernand. “Copernicus’s Reception
et al. (2008) [ref. 1419], 479–507. in Holland.” J. Hist. Astron. 34 (2003): 453–454.
Essay review of Rienk V ERMIJ, The Calvinist
330-110. ASTRONOMY AND COSMOLOGY Copernicans (2002).
(see also 164-Air and space technologies)
1245. JARDINE, Nicholas, Katherine H ARLOE, Di-
1233. BARKER, Peter, and Bernard R. G OLDSTEIN. eter L AUNERT, and Alain S EGONDS. “Tycho v.
“Patronage and the Production of De Revolutionibus.” Ursus: The Build-Up to a Trial, Part 2.” J. Hist.
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See also Nicholas JARDINE, Dieter L AUNERT,
1234. C HRISTIANSON, J. R. (Ed.) Tycho Brahe and
Alain S EGONDS, Adam M OSLEY, and Karin T Y-
Prague: Crossroads of European Science. Proceed-
BJERG , “Tycho v. Ursus” J. Hist. Astron. 36
ings of the International Symposium on the History
(2005): 81–106.
of Science in the Rudolphine Period, Prague, 22-25
October 2001. Acta historica astronomiae, 16. (392 1246. K NOX, Dilwyn. “Ficino and Copernicus.” In
pp.; ill.; bibl.) Frankfurt am Main: Deutsch, 2002. Marsilio Ficino, edited by Michael J. B. A LLEN,
ISBN : 381711687X.
Valery R EES and Martin DAVIES (Leiden: Brill,
Contains 37 essays on “the life and work of Tycho 2002), 399–418.
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An interpretation of primary source documents stand the visual culture of the period as expressed
on toxicology, specifically on “the venom of the in poetry and metaphor.
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1354. L EF ÈVRE, Wolfgang, and Marcus P OPPLOW.
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Caesarean Section in 1545,” 169–187 [ref. 1334]. ‘Workshops of the Hand and Mind,’ ” 1-8; Mary
H ENNINGER -VOSS, “Comets and Cannonballs:
330-153. PHARMACY Reading Technology in a Sixteenth-Century Li-
(includes pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs) brary,” 10-31 [ref. 1352]; Pamela H. S MITH, “In a
Sixteenth-Century Goldsmith’s Workshop,” 32-57
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Chandra M UKERJI, “Demonstration and Verifi-
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186 [ref. 1633]; Lissa ROBERTS, “Introduction to (includes topics stretching into the 18th century; see
‘Geographies of Skill,’ ” 189-195; Lissa ROBERTS, also 330-Renaissance for topics covering the whole
“Mapping Steam Engines and Skill in Eighteenth- Early Modern period)
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TECHNOLOGIES Problem: Natural Philosophical Reputations and
Commitments on the Line in 1660 Tuscany,” 185–
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(includes animal husbandry, forestry, and food sci- Contents: Roland B ULIRSCH, “Vorwort,” i-v;
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1361. C URTH, Louise Hill. “ ‘A Remedy for His H AMEL, “Die Kugelgestalt der Erde – Vorstel-
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Wandel der Copernicus-Porträts bis zum Ende Claims that both positivists and contextualists
des 18. Jahrhunderts,” 65-79 [ref. 1184]; Jürgen should both agree that counterfactual history
T EICHMANN, “Der Galilei-Raum im Deutschen should not significantly alter the historical de-
Museum,” 81-87; Michael S EGRE, “Galileis Em- velopment of science.
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ken zu Eduard Mörikes Keplergedicht,” 247-253; ous groups: Cartesians and anti-Cartesians, an-
Wolfgang R. D ICK and Arno L ANGKAVEL, “Die cients and moderns, Jesuits and Jansenists, and
Kepler-Gedenkstätten,” 255-279; Hans W USSING, salonnières and humanist scholars.
“Kepler und seine Zeit im Spiegel der Philatelie,”
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On the experimental method of Van Helmont, in- of naturalistic argumentation in “devil’s advocate”
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1378. W ILDING, Nick. “The Return of Thomas


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Europe?”
1379. JACOB, Margaret C. “The Importance of Early
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Essay review of Lorraine DASTON and Katharine 340-23. SCIENCE AND LITERATURE; SCIENCE
PARK (eds.), Early Modern Science (2006) AND ART
[ref. 1167]. (includes drama and performing arts)
1386. A LBRECHT, Roberta. The Virgin Mary as
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PSYCHOLOGY OF SCIENCE Apple-Zimmerman Series in Early Modern Culture.
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340-20. SCIENCE AND ITS INTERACTION WITH 1390. D URAN, Angelica. The Age of Milton and
SOCIETY AND CULTURE, GENERAL WORKS the Scientific Revolution. Medieval and Renaissance
Literary Studies. (xii + 349 pp.; ill.; bibl.; index.)
(includes popular culture; popularization of science; Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2007. ISBN:
public understanding of science) 9780820703862.
Explores how Milton’s literature was coequal with
1382. H ANSON, Craig Ashley. The English Virtuoso: the new sciences developing in 17th-century Eng-
Art, Medicine, and Antiquarianism in the Age of land and how science affected all aspects of life.
Empiricism. (296 pp.; 7x10; ill.) Chicago: University
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in the Royal Society, the study considers the ways entific Cultures of Early Modernity. (x + 196 pp.;
that the artistic and literary culture intersected with bibl.; index.) Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2008. ISBN:
science and, especially, medicine. 9780754660675.
Argues that Milton’s literary works present a
hermeneutic model based on the openness of
340-22. SCIENCE AND POLITICS, LAW, AND language, in contrast to interpretation based on
ECONOMICS scientific discovery.
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