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J. Wang, A State of Rumor: Low Knowledge, Nuclear Fear, and the Scientist as Security Risk, Journal of Policy History (Special issue: Governing the Security State), 2016.
J. Wang, Scientists and the Problem of the Public in Cold War America, 1945-1960, Osiris, vol. 17, pp. 323-347, 2002.
J. Wang, Science, Security, and the Cold War: The Case of E. U. Condon, Isis, vol. 83, no. June 1992, pp. 238-269, 1992.
Z. Wang, Mao Zedong and China's Revolutions: A Brief History with Documents, Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 55, pp. 1347-1348, 2003.
J. Wang, The science of industrial labor relations and U.S. public policy: William Leiserson, David Saposs, and labor economics in the interwar years, Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, vol. Fall 2010, no. 46, pp. 371-393, 2010.
J. Wang and Krige, J. (eds), Nation, Knowledge, and Imagined Futures: Science, Technology, and Nation-Building, Post-1945, History and Technology, vol. 31, no. 3. pp. 171-340, 2015.
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.
J. Wang, The United States, the United Nations, and the Other Post-Cold War World Order: Internationalism and Unilateralism in the American Century, in Cold War Triumphalism: The Politics of American History After the Fall of Communism, E. W. Schrecker New York: New Press, 2004, pp. 201-34.
J. Wang, Dogs and the making of the American state: voluntary association, state power, and the politics of animal control in New York City, 1850–1920, Journal of American History (Bloomington, Ind.), vol. 98, pp. 998-1024, 2012.
J. Wang, Colonial Crossings: Social Science, Social Knowledge, and American Power, 1890-1970, in Cold War Science and the Transatlantic Circulation of Knowledge, J. van Dongen Brill: Leiden and Boston, 2015, pp. 184-213.
J. Wang, American Science in an Age of Anxiety: Scientists, Anticommunism, and the Cold War. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1999.
J. Wang, Mad Dogs and Other New Yorkers: Rabies, Medicine, and Society in an American Metropolis, 1840–1920 (Animals, History, Culture). John Hopkins University Press , 2019, p. 344.
J. Wang, Imagining the Administrative State: Legal Pragmatism, Securities Regulation, and New Deal Liberalism, Journal of Policy History, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 257-293., 2005.
J. Wang, ‘Broken Symmetry’: Physics, Aesthetics, and Moral Virtue in Nuclear Age America, Epistemic Virtues: Towards an Integrated History of the Sciences and the Humanities, vol. 321, pp. 27-47, 2017.
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. Menkis, A Missionary Sermon to the Jews in mid-nineteenth century Montreal: Text and Contexts, in The Frank Talmage Memorial Volume, vol. 1 and 2, B. Walfish Oxford: Haifa University and University Press of New England, 1993, pp. 333 - 349.
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J. Vos, Richardson, D., and Eltis, D., The Dutch in the Atlantic World: New Perspectives from the Slave Trade with Particular Reference to the African Origins of the Traffic, Yale University Press, 2008.
A. Volkoff and Wickberg, E., New Directions in Chinese Historiography: Reappraising the Taiping: Notes and Comment, Pacific Affairs, vol. 52, pp. 479-490, 1979.
D. Vickers, Farmers and fishermen: two centuries of work in Essex County, Massachusetts, 1630-1850. Chapel Hill: Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, by the University of North Carolina Press, 1994.
D. Vickers, The First Whalemen of Nantucket, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 3d Ser., XL, no. 1983, pp. 560-583, 1983.
D. Vickers, An Honest Tar: Ashley Bowen of Marblehead, The New England Quarterly, vol. 69, pp. 531-553, 1996.
D. Vickers, Nantucket Whalemen in the Deep-Sea Fishery: The Changing Anatomy of an Early American Labor Force, Journal of American History, vol. LXXII, no. 1985, pp. 277-96, 1985.
D. Vickers, Those Dammed Shad: Would the River Fisheries of New England Have Survived in the Absence of Industrialization?, The William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 61, pp. 685-712, 2004.
D. Vickers, A Companion to Colonial America. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008.
D. Vickers, `A Knowen and Staple Commoditie': Codfish Prices in Essex County, Massachusetts, 1640-1775, Essex Institute, Historical Collections, vol. CXXIV, no. 1988, pp. 186-203, 1988.

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