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Working papers in - The Nature of Evidence: How Well Do 'Facts' Travel?

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2010

Nº 39| Facts and Building Artefacts:What Travels in Material Objects?
Simona Valeriani

Nº 38| Designed for Travel: Communicating Facts Through Images
 Martina Merz

 

2009

N°37|

Acting with 'facts' in order to re-model vaccination policies: The case of MMR-vaccine in the UK 1988
Erika Mansnerus

N°36|

Indexing Nature: Carl Linnaeus (1707-1778) and His Fact-Gathering Strategies
Staffan Müller-Wille & Sara Scharf

2008

N°35|

Agri-Technologies and Travelling Facts: Case Study of Extension Education in Tamil Nadu, India
Peter Howlett & Aashish Velkar

N°34|

'On a Mission' with Mutable Mobiles
Mary S. Morgan

N°33|

Travelling With the GDP Through Early Development Economics' History
Daniel Speich

N°32|

Dilemmas in the Constitution of and Exportation of Ethological Facts
Richard Burkhardt

N°31|

'Voice' and the Facts and Observations of Experience
Mary S. Morgan

N°30|

What Happens to Facts After Their Construction? Characteristics and Functional Roles of Facts in the Dissemination of Knowledge Across Modelling Communities
Erika Mansnerus (formerly Mattila)

N°29|

Behind the Façade: Elias Holl and the Italian Influence on Building Techniques in Augsburg
Simona Valeriani

N°28|
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A Journey Through Times and Cultures? Ancient Greek Forms in American Nineteenth-Century Architecture: An Archaeological View
Lambert Schneider

N°27|

Regulating Data Travel in the Life Sciences: The Impact of Commodification
Sabina Leonelli

N°26|

The Lives of 'Facts': Understanding Disease Transmission Through the Case of Haemophilus influenzae type b bacteria
Erika Mattila

N°25|

Circulating Evidence Across Research Contexts: The Locality of Data and Claims in Model Organism Research
Sabina Leonelli

N°24| 

Travelling in the Social Science Community: Assessing the Impact of the Indian Green Revolution Across Disciplines
Peter Howlett

N°23|

Escaping the Laboratory: The Rodent Experiment of John B Calhoun and Their Cultural Influence
Edmund Ramsden & Jon Adams

2007

N°22|

Apprenticeship and Training in Premodern England
Patrick Wallis

N°21|

Carlyle and the French Enlightenment: Transitional Readings of Voltaire and Diderot
T. J. Hochstrasser

N°20| 

Contesting Democracy: Scientific Popularisation and Popular Choice
Jon Adams

N°19|

When Rabbits Became Humans (and Humans, Rabbits): Stability, Order, and History in the Study of Populations
Paul Erickson and Gregg Mitman

N°18|

Accurate Measurements and Design Standards: Consistency of Design and the Travel of 'Facts' Between Heterogeneous Groups
Aashish Velkar

N°17|

Trading Facts: Arrow's Fundamental Paradox and the Emergence of Global News Networks, 1750-1900
Gerben Bakker

N°16|

Battle in the Planning Office: Biased Experts Versus Normative Statisticians
Marcel Boumans

2006

N°15| 

Rodney Hilton, Marxism, and the Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism
Stephan R. Epstein (replicated in the Economic History working papers, here|)

N°14| 

The Roofs of Wren and Jones: A Seventeenth-Century Migration of Technical Knowledge from Italy to England
Simona Valeriani  (large file: 5740880 bytes)

N°13|

Measuring Instruments in Economics and the Velocity of Money
Mary S. Morgan

N°12|

Confronting the Stigma of Perfection: Genetic Demography, Diversity and the Quest for a Democratic Eugenics in the Post-war United States
Edmund Ramsden

N°11| 

Institutional Facts and Standardisation: The Case of Measurements in the London Coal Trade
Aashish Velkar

N°10|

'A Thing Ridiculous'? Chemical Medicines and the Prolongation of Human Life in Seventeenth-Century England
David Boyd Haycock

N°9|

Mapping Poverty in Agar Town: Economic Conditions Prior to the Development of St. Pancras Station in 1866
Steven P. Swensen  (large file: 4447343 bytes)

N°8|

How The Mind Worked: Some Obstacles And Developments In The Popularisation of Psychology
Jon Adams

N°7|

Wormy Logic: Model Organisms As Case-Based Reasoning
Rachel A. Ankeny

2005

N°6|

Market Disciplines in Victorian Britain
Paul Johnson

N°5|

Interdisciplinarity "In The Making": Modelling Infectious Diseases
Erika Mattila

N°4|

Moral Facts and Scientific Fiction: 19th Century Theological Reactions to Darwinism in Germany
Bernhard Kleeberg

N°3|

Experimental Farming and Ricardo's Political Arithmetic of Distribution
Mary S. Morgan

N°2|

A Dreadful Heritage: Interpreting Epidemic Disease at Eyam, 1666-2000
Patrick Wallis

N°1|

Transferring Technical Knowledge and Innovating in Europe, c.1200-c.1800
Stephan R. Epstein

 

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