Publications in Yearbook 2018

Journal Article

  1. 21.
    Brown, W. C.; de Pee, C.: Medieval media revolutions: an exchange. The Medieval Globe 3 (1), 8 (2017)
  2. 22.
    Brusius, M.: The field in the museum: puzzling out Babylon in Berlin. Osiris 32 (1), pp. 264 - 285 (2017)
  3. 23.
    Büttner, J.; Renn, J.: The early history of weighing technology from the perspective of a theory of innovation. eTopoi: Journal for Ancient Studies 6, pp. 757 - 776 (2016)
  4. 24.
    Chen, K.: Learning about precious goods: transmission of mercantile knowledge from the southern Song to the early Ming periods. Bulletin of the Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology (5), pp. 291 - 327 (2017)
  5. 25.
    Chu, L.: From the Jesuits’ treatises to the imperial compendium: the appropriation of the Tychonic system in seventeenth and eighteenth-century China. Revue d'histoire des sciences 70 (1), pp. 15 - 46 (2017)
  6. 26.
    Costa, M. T.: Benjamins "Kapitalismus als Religion" und seine Wirkung auf die gegenwärtige Kunst. Kunst und Kirche 1, pp. 8 - 11 (2017)
  7. 27.
    Daston, L.: The history of science and the history of knowledge. KNOW: a Journal on the Formation of Knowledge 1 (1), pp. 131 - 154 (2017)
  8. 28.
    Daston, L.; Mascolo, G.: Welchen Fakten können wir trauen? Lorraine Daston und Georg Mascolo im Gespräch. Philosophie Magazin 3, pp. 58 - 63 (2017)
  9. 29.
    de Pee, C.: Notebooks (biji) and shifting boundaries of knowledge in eleventh-century China. The Medieval Globe 3 (1), 7 (2017)
  10. 30.
    DiMoia, J. P.: Engaging with a genealogy of health: biopolitics and Korean medicine. Essay review of: Kim, Eunjung: Curative violence: rehabilitating disability, gender, and sexuality in modern Korea. Raleigh NC: Duke University Press 2017 and Suh, Soyoung: Naming the local: medicine, language, and identity in Korea since the fifteenth century. Harvard University Press 2017. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science. Part C, Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 67, pp. 24 - 27 (2018)
  11. 31.
    Dumont, A.; Lycas, A.: Le monde perdu de la taïga: Malu, ah Malu, une nouvelle de Wure’ertu. Impressions d’Extrême-Orient 7, pp. 1 - 9 (2017)
  12. 32.
    Dutreuil, S.: James Lovelock, Gaïa et la pollution: un scientifique entrepreneur à l'origine d'une nouvelle science et d'une philosophie politique de la nature. Zilsel 2 (2), pp. 19 - 61 (2017)
  13. 33.
    Echterhölter, A.: Injury and measurement: Jacob Grimm on blood money and concrete quantification. Social Analysis 61 (4), pp. 31 - 48 (2017)
  14. 34.
    Eddy, M. D.: The politics of cognition: liberalism and the evolutionary origins of Victorian education. The British Journal for the History of Science 50 (4), pp. 677 - 699 (2017)
  15. 35.
    Engelstein, S.: Love or knowledge: sexual epistemology in Fichte and Kleist. The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory ; Special Issue 92 (4), pp. 368 - 387 (2017)
  16. 36.
    Feldhay, R.: The humanities through the lens of migration: Richard Koebner’s transition from Germany to Jerusalem. Naharaim - Zeitschrift für deutsch-jüdische Literatur und Kulturgeschichte 11 (1-2), pp. 13 - 23 (2017)
  17. 37.
    Fischer, S. v.: A visual imprint of moving air: methods, models, and media in architectural sound photography, ca. 1930. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 76 (3), pp. 326 - 348 (2017)
  18. 38.
    Fransen, S.: Latin in a time of change: the choice of language as a signifier of new science? Isis 108 (3), pp. 629 - 635 (2017)
  19. 39.
    Fransen, S.: Anglo-Dutch translations of medical and scientific texts. Literature Compass (2017)
  20. 40.
    Friedrich, M.: Genealogy as archive-driven research enterprise in early modern Europe. Osiris 32 (1), pp. 65 - 84 (2017)
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