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A. Kojevnikov, David Bohm and collective movement, Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, vol. 33, pp. 161-192, 2002. (367 KB)
R. V. Kubicek, The Design of Shallow-Draft Steamers for the British Empire, 1868-1906, Technology and Culture, vol. 31, pp. 427-450, 1990.
J. Wang, Liberals, the progressive left, and the political economy of postwar American science: the National Science Foundation debate revisited, Historical studies in the physical and biological sciences, vol. 26, pp. 139-166, 1995.
R. M. Brain, The ontology of the questionnaire: Max Weber on measurement and mass investigation, STUDIES IN HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE, vol. 32A, pp. 647-684, 2001.
A. Kojevnikov, The Phenomenon of Soviet Science, Osiris, vol. 23, pp. 115-135, 2008. (196.79 KB)
J. Wang, Physics, Emotion, and the Scientific Self: Merle Tuve's Cold War, Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, vol. 42, pp. 341-388, 2012.
R. M. Brain, The pulse of modernism: experimental physiology and aesthetic avant-gardes circa 1900, STUDIES IN HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE, vol. 39, pp. 393-417, 2008.
R. Beyler, Kojevnikov, A., and Wang, J., Purges in Comparative Perspective: Rules for Exclusion and Inclusion in the Scientific Community under Political Pressure, Osiris, vol. 20, pp. 23-48, 2005.
J. Wang, Scientists and the Problem of the Public in Cold War America, 1945-1960, Osiris, vol. 17, pp. 323-347, 2002.
R. M. Brain, Self-Projection: Hugo Munsterberg on Empathy and Oscillation in Cinema Spectatorship, SCIENCE IN CONTEXT, vol. 25, pp. 329-353, 2012.