January – March 2019

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Books Received Lists

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 Engineering the Eternal City: Infrastructure, Topography, and the Culture of Knowledge in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome
 Company Curiosities: Nature, Culture and the East India Company, 1600–1874
 Psychedelic Prophets: The Letters of Aldous Huxley and Humphry Osmond (McGill-Queen’s/Associated Medical Servic)
 Recipes and Everyday Knowledge: Medicine, Science, and the Household in Early Modern England
 The Mirror of Information in Early Modern England: John Wilkins and the Universal Character
 Leprosy and Colonialism: Suriname Under Dutch Rule, 1750-1950 (Social Histories of Medicine MUP Series)
 Logodaedalus: Word Histories of Ingenuity in Early Modern Europe
 The X Club: Power and Authority in Victorian Science
 Worlds of Natural History
 Heaven and Earth United: Instruments in Astrological Contexts (Scientific Instruments and Collections)
 Atomistic Intuitions: An Essay on Classification (SUNY series in Contemporary French Thought)
 Urban Histories of Science: Making Knowledge in the City, 1820-1940 (Routledge Studies in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine)
 The Ark of Studies (De Diversis Artibus) (English and Latin Edition) (De Diversis Artibus: Collection de Travaux De L
 Über die Medizin / De medicina (Sammlung Tusculum) (German Edition)
 The Body Populace: Military Statistics and Demography in Europe before the First World War (Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology)
 Greening the Alliance: The Diplomacy of NATO
 Greek Alchemy from Late Antiquity to Early Modernity (De Diversis Artibus) (English and French Edition)
 ʿĪsā Ibn ʿalī
 Igniting the Chemical Ring of Fire: Historical Evolution of the Chemical Communities of the Pacific Rim
 The Ascent of GIM, the Global Intelligent Machine: A History of Production and Information Machines (History of Mechanism and Machine Science)
 The Astrological Autobiography of a Medieval Philosopher: Henry Bate
 Ether and Modernity: The recalcitrance of an epistemic object in the early twentieth century
 Scientists Under Surveillance: The FBI Files (The MIT Press)
 Von Professorenzirkeln, Studentenkneipen Und Akademischem Networking: Universitare Geselligkeiten Von Der Aufklarung Bis Zur Gegenwart (Abhandlungen Zum Studenten Und Hochschulwesen) (German Edition)
 Creatures of Cain: The Hunt for Human Nature in Cold War America
 The Routledge Guidebook to James’s Principles of Psychology (The Routledge Guides to the Great Books)
 The Early Years of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
 Exobiologists, Rocketeers, and Engineers
 Friending the Past: The Sense of History in the Digital Age
 Alice and Bob Meet the Wall of Fire: The Biggest Ideas in Science from Quanta (The MIT Press)
 The Prime Number Conspiracy: The Biggest Ideas in Math from Quanta (The MIT Press)
 Cultural Evolution and its Discontents: Cognitive Overload, Parasitic Cultures, and the Humanistic Cure (Literary Criticism and Cultural Theory)
 Queen Square: A History of the National Hospital and its Institute of Neurology
 Measuring Utility: From the Marginal Revolution to Behavioral Economics (Oxford Studies in History of Economics)
 Numbered Lives: Life and Death in Quantum Media (Media Origins)
 Wladimir Köppen - Scholar for Life Wladimir Köppen - ein Gelehrtenleben für die Meteorologie
 Who is the Scientist-Subject?: Affective History of the Gene (Science and Technology Studies)
 The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe II: Enlightenment Bestsellers
 Walcher of Malvern: De lunationibus and De Dracone: Study, Edition, Translation, and Commentary (De Diversis Artibus) (English and Latin Edition)
 The Cambridge History of Science: Volume 1, Ancient Science

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