Bibliographic update January 2015: All

History

Hitler's Berlin: Abused City. By Thomas Friedrich. Translated by Stewart Spencer. Yale University Press. 2012. xiii + 482pp. £29.99.
Pertti Ahonen, vol. 99 (238): 913-914

History and Technology

Museums, objects, and historical meaning
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Butterfield’s nightmare: the history of science as Disney history
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Making oeconomic people: The Spanish Magazine of Agriculture and Arts for Parish Rectors (1797–1808)
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Policing the oeconomy of nature: The oiseau martin as an instrument of oeconomic management in the eighteenth-century French maritime world
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Practicing oeconomy during the second half of the long eighteenth century: an introduction
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Ashes to ashes: the stewardship of waste and oeconomic cycles of agricultural and industrial improvement, 1750–1800
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Designed women: gender and the problem of female automata
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Self-knowledge in the history of technology: industrialism, cultural analysis and desire
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Entangled in questions of cultural analysis
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Editor’s Note
vol. 30 (1-2): 1-2
‘Applied science’ in nineteenth-century Britain: public discourse and the creation of meaning, 1817–1876
vol. 30 (1-2): 3-36
Making science at home: visual displays of space science and nuclear physics at the Science Museum and on television in postwar Britain
vol. 30 (1-2): 37-60
The politics of donating technological artifacts: techno-nationalism and the donations of the world’s first jet engines
vol. 30 (1-2): 61-82
Penicillin and the European response to post-war American hegemony: the case of Leo-penicillin
vol. 30 (1-2): 83-103
Governing the future: science, policy and public participation in the construction of the long term in the Netherlands and Sweden
vol. 30 (1-2): 104-122
Television and taste on the New Frontier: ‘A Tour Of The White House With Mrs. John F. Kennedy’
vol. 30 (1-2): 123-132

History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History

A REGIME OF UNTRANSLATABLES: TEMPORALITIES OF TRANSLATION AND CONCEPTUAL HISTORY
ALEXANDRA LIANERI, vol. 53 (4): 473-497
1. INTRODUCTION: MULTIPLE TIMES AND THE WORK OF SYNCHRONIZATION
HELGE JORDHEIM, vol. 53 (4): 498-518
2. ON ISLAMIC TIME: RETHINKING CHRONOLOGY IN THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF MUSLIM SOCIETIES
SHAHZAD BASHIR, vol. 53 (4): 519-544
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