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J. Wang, Science, Security, and the Cold War: The Case of E. U. Condon, Isis, vol. 83, no. June 1992, pp. 238-269, 1992.
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, 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.
Z. Wang, Mao Zedong and China's Revolutions: A Brief History with Documents, Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 55, pp. 1347-1348, 2003.
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 and Krige, J., Introduction, History and Technology (Special Edition: Nation, Knowledge, and Imagined Futures: Science, Technology, and Nation-Building, Post-1945), pp. 171-179, 2015.
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, 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, 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, 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.
J. Wang, Condon, Edward Uhler, in New Dictionary of Scientific Biography, N. Koertge New York: Charles Scribner and Sons, 2007.
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, Merton's Shadow: Perspectives on Science and Democracy since 1940, Historical studies in the physical and biological sciences, vol. 30, pp. 279-306, 1999.
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.
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, 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.
D. Vickers, Credit and misunderstanding on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts (1683-1763), QUADERNI STORICI, vol. 46, pp. 415-415, 2011.
D. Vickers, Errors expected: the culture of credit in rural New England, 1750-1800, The Economic History Review, vol. 63, pp. 1032-1057, 2010.
D. Vickers, Competency and Competition: Economic Culture in Early America, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 3d Ser., no. XLVII (1990), pp. 3-29, 1990.