Publications in Yearbook 2018

Journal Article

  1. 101.
    Stark, L.: Work, welfare, and the values of voluntarism: rethinking Anscombe’s “action under a description” in postwar markets for human subjects. American Journal of Cultural Sociology 5 (1/2), pp. 181 - 224 (2017)
  2. 102.
    Steege, B. A.: Between race and culture: hearing japanese music in Berlin. History of Humanities 2 (2), pp. 361 - 374 (2017)
  3. 103.
    Stevens, H.: A feeling for the algorithm: working knowledge and big data in biology. Osiris 32 (1), pp. 151 - 174 (2017)
  4. 104.
    Thoden, K.; Stiller, J.; Bulatovic, N.; Meiners, H.-L.; Boukhelifa, N.: User-centered design practices in digital humanities: experiences from DARIAH and CENDARI. ABI Technik 37 (1), pp. 2 - 11 (2017)
  5. 105.
    Thoms, U.: Antibiotika, Agrarwirtschaft und Politik in Deutschland im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert. Zeitschrift für Agrargeschichte und Agrarsoziologie 65 (1), pp. 35 - 52 (2017)
  6. 106.
    Thoms, U.: Fachmann oder Buhmann? Der Pharmareferent als Marketinginstrument im 20. Jahrhundert. Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte 59 (2), pp. 196 - 219 (2014)
  7. 107.
    Valleriani, M.: Israel and Europe: building bridges via the history of science. Centaurus 59 (1-2), pp. 160 - 165 (2017)
  8. 108.
    Wendt, H.: Licht und Schatten des europäischen Kolonialismus: Reinhards "Die Unterwerfung der Welt" als Fortschreibung einer globalen Europäisierung. Neue Politische Literatur 62 (1), pp. 5 - 20 (2017)
  9. 109.
    Wise, M. N.: On the narrative form of simulations. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science. Part A 62, pp. 74 - 85 (2017)
  10. 110.
    Wüthrich, A.: The Higgs discovery as a diagnostic causal inference. Synthese 194 (2), pp. 461 - 476 (2017)
  11. 111.
    Yongdan, L.: A scholarly imprint: how Tibetan astronomers brought Jesuit astronomy to Tibet. East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine 45, pp. 91 - 117 (2017)
  12. 112.
    Zhang, B.: Transmission, cooperation and competition in device construction between China and Europe in 16th–18th centuries. Nova Acta Leopoldina, NF 414, pp. 99 - 112 (2017)

Book Chapter

  1. 113.
    Aubin, D.: On the epistemic and social foundations of mathematics as tool and instrument in observatories, 1793-1846. In: Mathematics as a tool: tracing new roles of mathematics in the sciences, pp. 177 - 196 (Eds. Lenhard, J.; Carrier, M.). Springer, Cham (2017)
  2. 114.
    Avxentevskaya, M.: From 'inventio' to invention: John Wilkins's 'Mathematical magick'. In: English literature and the disciplines of knowledge, early modern to eighteenth century: a trade for light, pp. 117 - 145 (Eds. da Silva, J. B.; Gomes, M. R.). Brill Rodopi, Leiden (2018)
  3. 115.
    Axworthy, A.: La notion géométrique de flux du point à la Renaissance et dans le commentaire des Éléments de Jacques Peletier du Mans. In: Miroir de l'amitié: mélanges offerts à Joël Biard à l'occasion de ses 65 ans, pp. 453 - 464 (Ed. Grellard , C.). Vrin, Paris (2017)
  4. 116.
    Becchi, A.: La lezione di Salmacide: Vitruvio e il potere delle acque. In: Wasserversorgung in Toledo und Wissensvermittlung von der Antike ins Mittelalter, pp. 371 - 385 (Eds. Schattner, T. G.; Valdés Fernández, F.). Wasmuth, Tübingen (2017)
  5. 117.
    Becchi, A.: I commenti di Daniele Barbaro al 'Proemio' della "terza parte principale dell'Architettura" (1556–1567). In: Daniele Barbaro 1514-1570: vénitien, patricien, humaniste, pp. 187 - 198 (Eds. Lemerle, F.; Zara, V.; Caye, P.; Moretti, L.). Brepols, Turnhout (2017)
  6. 118.
    Birdsall, C.: Divisions of labour: radio archiving as gendered work in wartime Britain and Germany. In: Gender and archiving: past, present, future, pp. 107 - 133 (Eds. Willems, N.; Holla, S.). Verloren, Hilversum (2017)
  7. 119.
    Bonolis, L.; La Rana, A.; Lalli, R.: The Renaissance of general relativity in Rome: main actors, research programs and institutional structures. In: The fourteenth Marcel Grossmann meeting: on recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, astrophysics, and relativistic field theories. Part D, pp. 3372 - 3377 (Eds. Bianchi, M.; Jantzen, R. T.). World Scientific, Singapur (2017)
  8. 120.
    Brentjes, S.: Learning to write, read and speak Arabic outside of early modern universities. In: The teaching and learning of Arabic in early modern Europe, pp. 252 - 271 (Eds. Loop, J.; Hamilton, A.; Burnett, C.). Brill, Leiden (2017)
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