January-March 2017

Previous Isis Books Received Lists

The Animal Game: Searching for Wildness at the American Zoo

Daniel E. Bender and Harvard University Press

The Animal Game: Searching for Wildness at the American Zoo.

Compound Solutions

Susan Craddock

Compound Solutions.

Mad-Doctors in the Dock: Defending the Diagnosis, 1760–1913

Joel Peter Eigen and Johns Hopkins University Press

Mad-Doctors in the Dock: Defending the Diagnosis, 1760–1913.

Game Changer: The Technoscientific Revolution in Sports

Rayvon Fouché and Johns Hopkins University Press

Game Changer: The Technoscientific Revolution in Sports.

The Wisdom of the Middle Ages

Michael K. Kellogg and Prometheus Books

The Wisdom of the Middle Ages.

Scurvy: The Disease of Discovery

Jonathan Lamb and Princeton University Press

Scurvy: The Disease of Discovery.

A History of Global Health: Interventions into the Lives of Other Peoples

Randall M. Packard and Johns Hopkins University Press

A History of Global Health: Interventions into the Lives of Other Peoples.

What is the Genus? (Lecture Notes in Mathematics)

Patrick Popescu-Pampu and Springer International Publishing

What is the Genus? (Lecture Notes in Mathematics).

Chance in Evolution

University of Chicago Press

Chance in Evolution.

Testing Fate

Shelley Reuter

Testing Fate.

Before Nature: Cuneiform Knowledge and the History of Science

Francesca Rochberg and University of Chicago Press

Before Nature: Cuneiform Knowledge and the History of Science.

SickKids: The History of The Hospital for Sick Children

David Wright, The Hospital for Sick Kids

SickKids: The History of The Hospital for Sick Children.

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