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Isis 81, 1990
Steven MCCLUSKEY, Gregory of Tours, Monastic Timekeeping and Early Christian Attitudes to Astronomy, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 8
Domenico BERTOLONI MELI, The Relativization of Centrifugal Force in the Eighteenth Century, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 23
Paolo PALLADINO, Stereochemistry and the Nature of Life: Mechanist, Vitalist and Evolutionary Perspectives, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 44
Keith HUTCHISON, Sunspots, Galileo and the Orbit of the Earth, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 68
   Letters to the Editor, p. 75
   Book Reviews, p. 84
Larry OWENS, MIT and the Federal "Angel": Academic R&D and Federal-Private Cooperation before World War II, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 189
Neal C. GILLESPIE, Divine Design and the Industrial Revolution: William Paley's Abortive Reform of Natural Theology, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 214
Mario BIAGIOLI, Galileo the Emblem Maker, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 230
C.E. PERRIN, Chemistry as Peer of Physics: A Response to Donovan and Melhado on Lavoisier, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 259
Arthur DONOVAN, Lavoisier as Chemist and Experimental Physicist: A Reply to Perrin, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 270
Evan M. MELHADO, On the Historiography of Science: A Reply to Perrin, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 273
I.B. COHEN, Eloge: Dorothy Stimson [Obituary], in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 277
   News of the Profession, p. 277
   Letters to the Editor, p. 279
   Book Reviews, p. 281
Sally Gregory KOHLSTEDT, Parlors, Primers and Public Schooling: Education for Science in Nineteenth-Century America, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 425
Gregg MITMAN, Evolution as Gospel: William Patten, the Language of Democracy and the Great War, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 446
Roshdi RASHED, A Pioneer in Anaclastics: Ibn Sahl on Burning Mirrors and Lenses, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 464
Jan GOLINSKI, The Theory of Practice and the Practice of Theory: Sociological Approaches in the History of Science, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 492
   News of the Profession, p. 506
John GREEN, Eloge: John Burke, 1917-1989 [Obituary], in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 514
   Letters to the Editor, p. 517
   Book Reviews, p. 538
Robert E. KOHLER, The Ph.D. Machine: Building on the Collegiate Base, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 638
Peter DEAR, Miracles, Experiments and the Ordinary Course of Nature, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 662
Edgar S. LAIRD, Robert Grosseteste, Albumasar and Medieval Tidal Theory, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 684
Ronald NAYLOR, Galileo's Method of Analysis and Synthesis, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 695
William SHEA, Eloge: Pierre Costabel, 1912-1989 [Obituary], in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 708
   News of the Profession, p. 708
   Letters to the Editor, p. 710
John VALLANCE, Marshall Clagett's Greek Science in Antiquity: Thirty-Five Years Later, in: Isis 81, 1990, p. 713
   Book Reviews, p. 732
   Current Bibliography, [separately paginated]


Isis 82, 1991
M. Susan LINDEE, The American Career of Jane Marcet's Conversations on Chemistry, 1806-1853, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 8
Richard YEO, Reading Encyclopedias: Science and the Organization of Knowledge in British Dictionaries of Arts and Sciences, 1730-1850, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 24
Paulo MANCOSU; Ezio VAILATI, Torricelli's Infinetly Long Solid and Its Philosophical Reception in the seventeenth Century, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 50
Paul FORMAN, Independence, not Transcendence, for the Historian of Science, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 71
David PINGREE, Eloge: Otto Neugebauer, 1899-1990 [Obituary], in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 87
   News of the Profession, p. 87
   Letters to the Editor, p. 89
   Book Reviews, p. 99
Lissa ROBERTS, A Word and the World: The Significance of Naming the Calorimeter, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 198
Simon BAATZ, "Squinting at Silliman": Scientific Periodicals in the Early American Republic, 1810-1833, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 223
Frank J. SULLOWAY, Reassessing Freund's Case Histories: The Social Construction of Psychoanalysis, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 245
   News of the Profession, p. 276
   Reviews of Journals, p. 285
   Book Reviews, p. 344
Alexander JONES, The Adaptation of Babylonian Methods in Greek Numerical Astronomy, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 440
John Harley WARNER, The Ideals of Science and their Discontents in Late Nineteenth-Century American Medicine, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 454
Sharon E. KINGSLAND, The Battling Botanist: Daniel Trembly MacDougal, Mutation Theory and the Rise of Experimental Evolutionary Biology in America, 1900-1912, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 479
Alberto ELENA, "In lode della filosofessa di Bologna": An Introduction to Laura Bassi, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 510
Lewis PYENSON, Elige: Christa Jungnickel, 1935-1990 [Obituary], in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 519
   News of the Profession, p. 519
   Letters to the Editor, p. 521
Lorraine DASTON, History of Science in an Elegiac Mode: E.A. Burtt's Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Physical Science Revisited, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 522
   Book Reviews, p. 537
W.R. LAIRD, Archimedes among the Humanists, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 629
Lesley B. CORMACK, "Good Fences Make Good Neighbors": Geography as Self-Definition in Early Modern England, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 639
Philip J. PAULY, The Development of High School Biology: New York City, 1900-1925, in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 662
J. Bruce BRACKENRIDGE, Eloge: Eric John Aiton, 1920-1991 [Obituary], in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 689
   News of the Profession, p. 689
Phillip R. SLOAN, Eloge: Jacques Roger, 1920-1990 [Obituary], in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 691
Owen GINGERICH, Eloge: Victor E. Thoren, 1935-1991 [Obituary], in: Isis 82, 1991, p. 693
   Letters to the Editor, p. 695
   Book Reviews, p. 705
   Current Bibliography, [separately paginated]

Isis 83, 1992
Ronald L. NUMBERS, Editorial, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 1
Ralph COLP Jr., "I Will Gladly Do My Best": How Charles Darwin obtained a Civil List Pension for Alfred Russel Wallace, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 3
Gerald HOLTON, Ernst Mach and the Fortunes of Positivism in America, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 27
Susan E. LEDERER, Political Animals: The Shaping of Biomedical Research Literature in Twentieth-Century America, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 61
   Letters to the Editor, p. 80
   Second Look, p. 84
   Book Reviews, p. 107
Mary G. WINKLER; Albert van HELDEN, Representing the Heavens: Galileo and Visual Astronomy, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 195
Mary TERRALL, Representing the Earth's Shape: The Polemics Surrounding Maupertius's Expedition to Lapland, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 218
Jessica WANG, Science, Security and the Cold War: The Case of E.U. Condon, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 238
N.M. SWERDLOW, Annals of Scientific Publishing: Johannes Petreius's Letter to Rheticus, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 270
   News of the Profession, p. 275
Robert E. SCHOFIELD, Eloge: Harcourt Brown [Obituary], in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 286
   Letters to the Editor, p. 288
   Book Reviews, p. 298
Brian P. COPENHAVER, Did Science have a Renaissance?, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 387
David N. LIVINGSTONE, Darwinism and Calvinism: The Belfast-Princeton Connection, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 408
Stanley GOLDBERG, Inventing a Climate of Opinion: Vannevar Bush and the Decision to Build the Bomb, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 429
Beante GUNDERT, Parts and their Roles in Hippocratic Medicine, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 453
   Book Reviews, p. 466
F. ROCHBERG, Introduction, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 547
David PINGREE, Hellenophilia versus the History of Science, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 554
G.E.R. LLOYD, Methods and Problems in the History of Ancient Science: The Greek Case, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 564
Heinrich von STADEN, Affinities and Elisions: Helen and Hellenocentrism, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 578
Martin BERNAL, Animadversions on the Origins of Western Science, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 596
Judith Walzer LEAVITT, "Typhoid Mary" Strikes Back: Bacteriological Theory and Practice in Early Twentieth-Century Public Health, in: Isis 83, 1992, p. 608
   News of the Profession, p. 630
   Book Reviews, p. 632
   Current Bibliography, p. [separtely paginated]

Isis 84, 1993
Joseph Allen CAIN, Common Problems and Cooperative Solutions: Organizational Activity in Evolutionary Studies, 1936-1947, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 1
Hugh Richard SLOTTEN, The Dilemmas of Science in the United States: Alexander Dalls Bache and the U.S. Coast Survey, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 26
Iwan Rhys MORUS, Currents from the Underworld: Electricity na the Technology of Display in Early Victorian England, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 50
Lisa T. SARASOHN, Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc and the Patronage of the New Science in the Seventeenth Century, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 70
Paolo PALLADINO; Michael WORBOYS, Science and Imperialism, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 91
Lewis PYENSON, Cultural Imperialism and Exact Sciences Revisited, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 103
   Letters to the Editor, p. 109
Sandra HERBERT, Recent Darwin volumes [Essay Review], in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 113
Douglas R. WEINER, Darwin and Russia [Essay Review], in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 124
   Book Reviews, p. 128
Jole SHACKELFORD, Tycho Brahe, Laboratory Design and the Aim of Science: Reading Plans in Context, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 211
Nicolaas A. SUPKE, Richard Owen's Vertebrate Archetype, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 231
Alex Soojung-Kim PANG, The Social Event of the Season: Solar Eclipse Expeditions and Victorian Culture, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 252
John CARSON, Army Alpha, Army Brass and the Search for Army Intelligence, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 278
Mordechai FEINGOLD, Newton, Leibnitz and Barrow Too: An Attempt at a Reinterpretation, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 310
   News of the Profession, p. 339
Dorinda OUTRAM, Body and Paradox [Essay Review], in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 347
   Book Reviews, p. 353
Paula FINDLEN, Science as a Career in Enlightenment Italy: The Strategies of Laura Bassi, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 441
Lisbet KOERNER, Goethe's Botany: Lessions of a Feminine Science, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 470
Mark S. MICALE, On the "Disappearance" of Hysteria: A Study in the Clinical Deconstruction of a Diagnosis, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 496
R.W. HOME; Morris F. LOW, Postwar Scientific Intelligence Missions to Japan, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 527
   Letters to the Editor, p. 538-541
Steve FULLER, Straightening out the Scientific Image [Essay Review], in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 542
   Book Reviews, p. 548
Gregg MITMAN, Cinematic Nature: Hollywood Technology, Popular Culture and the American Museum of Natural History, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 637
Albert CAMBROSIO; Daniel JACOBI; Peter KEATING, Ehrlich's "Beautiful Pictures" and the Controversial Beginnings of Immunological Imagery, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 662
Jane R. CAMERINI, Evolution, Biogeography and Maps: An Early History of Wallace's Line, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 700
Kirill O. ROSSIANOV, Editing Nature: Joseph Stalin and the "New" Soviet Biology, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 728
Jan GOLINSKI, The Rhetorical Maelstrom [Essay Review], in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 746
Rima D. APPLE; Michael W. APPLE, Screening Science, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 750
   Special Section on Hiswtory of Science in Film, in: Isis 84, 1993, p. 750
   Book Reviews, p. 775
   Current Bibliography, [separately paginated]

Isis 85, 1994
Pamela H. SMITH, Alchemy as a Language of Mediation at the Habsbury Court, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 1
Toby A. APPEL, Physiology in American Women's Colleges: The Rise and Decline of a Female Subculture, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 26
J. Samuel WALKER, The Atomic Energy Commission and the Politics of Radiation Protection, 1967-1971, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 57
Robert S. WESTMAN, Two Cultures or One? A Second Look at Kuhn's The Copernican Revolution, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 79
Joella YODER, The Best of All Possible Editions and Other Leibniziana [Essay Review], in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 116
L. Pearce WILLIAMS, Wheat and Chaff: The Harvest of the Faraday Bicentenary [Essay Review], in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 120
   Book Reviews, p. 125
Steven C. MARTIN, "The Only Truly Scientific Method of Healing": Chiropractic and American Science, 1895-1990, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 207
Marcos CUETO, Laboratory Styles in Argentine Physiology, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 228
Lawrence M. PRINCIPE, Style and Thought of the Early Boyle: Discovery of the 1648 Manuscript of Seraphic Love, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 247
Nicolaas A. RUPKE, C.C. Gillispie's Genesis and Geology, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 261
   News of the Profession, p. 271
   Letters to the Editor, p. 278
Nicholas JARDINE, A Trial of Galileos [Essay Review], in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 279
Cathryn CARSON; Sylvan S. SCHWEBER, Recent Biographical Studies in the Physical Sciences [Essay Review], in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 284
M. Susan LINDEE, The ELSI Hypothesis [Essay Review], in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 293
   Book Reviews, p. 297
Evelleen RICHARDS, A Political Anatomy of Monsters, Hopeful and Otherwise: Teratogeny, Transcendentalism and Evolutionary Theorizing, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 377
Petro M. PRUNA, National Science in a Colonial Context: The Royal Academy of Sciences of Havana, 1861-1898, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 412
Michael Aaron DENNIS, "Our First Line of Defense": Two University Laboratories in the Postwar American State, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 427
Heinrich A. MEDICUS, The Friendship among Three Singular Men: Einstein and his Swiss Friends Besso and Zangger, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 456
   Letters to the Editor, p. 479
C. Stewart GILLMOR, Science and Travel in Extreme Latitudes [Essay Review], in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 482
   Book Reviews, p. 486
Daniel GOLDSTEIN, "Yours for Science": The Smithsonian Institutions's Correspondents and the Shape of Scientific Community in Nineteenth-Century America, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 573
Alan E. SHAPIRO, Artists' Colors and Newton's Colors, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 600
B.J.T. DOBBS, Newton as Final Cause and First Mover, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 633
John H. EDDY Jr., Buffon's Histoire naturelle: History? A Critique of Recent Interpretations, in: Isis 85, 1994, p. 644
   News of the Profession, p. 662
   Letters to the Editor, p. 668
   Book Reviews, p. 671
   Current Bibliography, in: Isis 85, 1994 [separately paginated]

Isis 86, 1995
Jacalyn DUFFIN; Alison LI, Great Moments: Parke, Davis and Company and the Creation of Medical Art, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 1
Sungook HONG, Forging Scientific Electrical Engineering: John Ambrose Fleming and the Ferranti Effect, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 30
Víctor Navarro BROTÓNS, The Reception of Copernicus in Sixteenth-Century Spain: The Case of Diego de Zúñiga, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 52
   News of the Profession, p. 79
   Book Reviews, p. 82
Caroline Jean ACKER, Addiction and the Laboratory: The Work of the National Research Council's Committee on Drug Addicitons, 1928-1939, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 167
Ronald KINE, Construing "Technology" as "Applied Science": Public Rhetoric of Scientists and Engineers in the United States, 1880-1945, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 194
Matt PRICE, Roots of Dissent: The Chicago Met Lab and the Origins of the Franck Report, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 222
Paul LUCIER, Commercial Interests and Scientific Disinterestedness: Consulting Geologists in Antebellum America, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 245
J. Andrew MENDELSOHN, "Typoid Mary" Strikes Again: The Social and the Scientific in the Making of Modern Public Health, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 268
   News of the Profession, p. 278
   Letters to the Editor, p. 289
Joseph W. DAUBEN, Searching for the Galssy Essence: Recent Studies on Charles Sanders Peirce [Essay Review], in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 290
   Book Reviews, p. 300
John MUENDEL, Friction and Lubrication in Medieval Europe: The Emergence of Olive Oil as a Superior Agent, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 373
Martha BALDWIN, The Snakestone Experiments: An Early Modern Medical Debate, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 394
Martin KUSCH, Recluse, Interlocutor, Interrogator: Natural and Social Order in Turn-of-the-Century Psychological Research Schools, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 419
David A. HOLLINGER, Science as a Weapon in Kulturkämpfe in the United States during and after World War II, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 440
   News of the Profession, p. 455
   Letters to the Editor, p. 457
Mitchell G. ASH, Science, Technology and Higher Education under Nazism [Essay Review], in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 458
   Book Reviews, p. 463
Robert H. SILLIMAN, The Hamlet Affair: Charles Lyell and the North Americans, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 541
Jennifer MORETON, Before Grosseteste: Roger of Hereford and Calendar Reform in Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century England, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 562
Burma P. WILLIAMS; Richard S. WILLIAMS, Finger Numbers in the Greco-Roman World and the Early Middle Ages, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 587
Richard WEIKART, A Recently Discovered Darwin Letter on Social Darwinism, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 609
Hans-Jörg RHEINBERGER, When did Carl Correns read Gregor Mendel's Paper? A Research Note, in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 612
   Letters to the Editor, p. 617
Dorothy NELKIN, Construction Reproduction [Essay Review], in: Isis 86, 1995, p. 619
   Book Reviews, p. 622
   Current Bibliography, in: Isis 86, 1995 [separately paginated]

Isis 87, 1996
Margaret HUMPHREYS, Kicking a Dying Dog: DDT and the Demise of Malaria in the American South, 1942-1950, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 1
Alexei KOJEVNIKOV, President of Stalin's Academy: The Mask and Responsibility of Sergei Vavilov, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 18
Philip J. PAULY, The Beauty and Menace of the Japanese Cherry Trees: Conflicting Visions of American Ecological Independence, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 51
James EVANS, Fraud and Illusion in the Anti-Newtonian Rear Guard: The Coultaud-Mercier Affair and Bertier's Experiments, 1767-1777, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 74
William D. MCCREADY, Isidore, the Antipodeans and the Shape of the Earth, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 108
   Letters to the Editor, p. 128
Mordechai FEINGOLD, When Facts Matter [Essay Review], in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 131
   Book Reviews, p. 140
Marry Gterrall, Salon, Academy and Boudoir: Generation and Desire in Maupertuis's Science of Life, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 217
Charlotte METHUEN, Maestlin's Teaching of Copernicus: The Evidence of his University Textbook and Disputations, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 230
Richard H. BEYLER, Targeting the Oreganism: The Scientific and Cultural Context of Pascual Jordan's Quantum Biology, 1932-1947, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 248
James STRICK, Swimming against the Tide: Adrianus Pijper and the Debate over Bacterial Flagella, 1946-1956, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 274
   News of the Profession, p. 306
Trev BROUGHTON, Birds, Bees and Hamsters: New Histories of Sex [Essay Review], in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 319
M. Norton WISE, The Enemy Without and the Enemy Within [Essay Review], in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 323
   Book Reviews, p. 328
Helen M. ROZWADOWSKI, Small World: Forging a Scientific Maritime Culture for Oceanography, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 409
Ayval RAMATI, Harmony at a Distance: Leibniz's Scientific Academies, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 430
Roger FRENCH, Foretelling the Future: Arabic Astrology and English Medicine in the Late Twelfth Century, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 453
Bernadette BENSAUDE-VINCENT, Between History and Memory: Centennial and Bicentennial Images of Lavoisier, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 481
   News of the Profession, p. 500
   Letters to the Editor, p. 504
Soraya de CHADAREVIAN, Memoirs of a Scientist-Historian [Essay Review], in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 507
Daniel SIEGEL, Maxwell Texts and Contexts [Essay Review], in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 511
   Book Reviews, p. 517
Stephen G. BRUSH, The Reception of Mendeleev's Periodic Law in America and Britain, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 595
William J. ASHWORTH, Memory, Efficiency and Symbolic Analysis: Charles Babbage, John Herschel and the Industrial Mind, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 629
A.I. SABRA, Situating Arabic Science: Locality versus Essence, in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 654
   News of the Profession, p. 671
   Letters to the Editor, p. 676
Evan M. MELHADO, Scientific Biography and Scientific Revolution: Lavoisier and Eighteenth-Century Chemistry [Essay Review], in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 688
Dominique PESTRE, Narratives, Imaginaries, Anecdotes and the Moral of the Story: On Three Physicists' Autobiographies [Essay Review], in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 695
Richard S. WESTFALL, Technical Newton [Essay Review], in: Isis 87, 1996, p. 701
   Book Reviews, p. 707
John NEU (ed.), Current Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences, in: Isis 87, 1996 [separately paginated]

Isis 88, 1997
Pamela O. LONG, Power, Patronage and the Authorship of Ars: From Mechanical Know-how to Mechainical Knowledge in the Last Scribal Age, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 1
Neil M. RIBE, Cartesian Optics and the Mastery of Nature, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 42
Kathy J. COOKE, From Science to Practice, or Practice to Science? Chickens and Eggs in Raymond Pearl's Agricultural Breeding Research, 1907-1916, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 62
Steven J. NOVAK, LSD before Leary: Sidney Cohen's Critique of 1950s Psychedelic Drug Research, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 87
Michael RUSE, Darwinism Fleurit! [Essay Review], in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 111
   Book Reviews, p. 118
Daniel P. TODES, Pavlov's Physiology Factory, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 205
Deborah E. HARKNESS, Managing an Experimental Househod: The Dees of Mortlake and the Practice of Natural Philosophy, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 247
Anne A. DAVENPORT, The Catholics, the Cathars and th Concept of Infinity in the Thirteenth Century, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 263
Andrew J. BUTRICA, Historical Collections in Jeopardy: The Société d'Encouragement pour l'Industrie Nationale, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 296
Charles C. GILLISPIE, Eloge: Charles Scribner, Jr., 13 July 1921-11 November 1995 [Obituary], in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 302
   Letters to the Editor, p. 304
Jane CAMERINI, The Power of Biography [Essay Review], in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 306
Frederick GREGORY, Embracing Polarization [Essay Review], in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 312
   Book Reviews, p. 316
Mary Jo NYE, Aristocratic Culture and the Pursuit of Science: The de Broglies in Modern France, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 397
Marsha L. RICHMOND, "A Lab of One's Own": The Balfour Biological Laboratory for Women at Cambridge University, 1884-1914, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 422
Simon SCHAFFER, Experimenters' Techniques, Dyers' Hands and the Electric Planetarium, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 456
Michael SEGRE, Light on the Galileo Case?, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 484
Darwin H. STAPLETON, Dirk J. Struik's Yankee Science in the Making: A Half-Century Retrospective, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 505
Paul JOSEPHSON, Eloge: Viktor Yakovlevich Frenkel, 22 February 1930-8 February 1997 [Obituary], in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 512
   Letters to the Editor, p. 514
   Book Reviews, p. 515
Emily THOMPSON, Dead Rooms and Live Wires: Harvard, Hollywood and the Deconstruction of Architectural Acoustics, 1900-1930, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 597
Margaret R. WRIGHT, Marcella O'Grady Boveri (1863-1950): Her Three Careers in Biology, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 627
Trudy DEHUE, Deception, Efficiency and Random Groups: Psychology and the Gradual Origination of the Random Group Design, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 653
Peter PESIC, Secrets, Symbols and Systems: Parallels between Cryptanalysis and Algebra, 1580-1700, in: Isis 88, 1997, p. 674
   Book Reviews, p. 693
John NEU (ed.), Current Bibliography of the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences, in: Isis 88, 1997 [separately paginated]

Isis 89, 1998
Robert J. LEONARD, Ethics and the Excluded Middle: Karl Menger and Social Science in Interwar Vienna, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 1
Carl-Henry GESCHWIND, Embracing Science and Research: Early Twentieth-Century Jesuits and Seismology in the United States, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 27
Jennifer MORETON, Doubts about the Calendar: Bede and the Eclipse of 664, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 50
Allen G. DEBUS, Chemists, Physicians and Changing Perspectives on the Scientific Revolution, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 66
Antonio BELTRÁN, Wine, Water and Epistemological Sobriety: A Note on the Konré-MacLachlan Debate, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 82
James MACLACHLAN, Experimenting in the History of Science, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 90
   Book Reviews, p. 93
Jessica RISKIN, Rival Idioms for a Revolutionized Science and a Republican Citizenry, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 203
Jonathan R. TOPHAM, Beyond the "Common Context": The Production aqnd Reading of the Bridgewater Treatises, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 233
Richard STALEY, On the Histories of Relativitiy: The Propagation and Elaboration of Relativity Theory in Participant Histories in Germany, 1905-1911, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 263
Joost MERTENS, Stocks and Sparks: The Voltaic Pile as a Demonstration Device, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 300
Arthur MOLELLA, Eloge: Stanley Goldberg, 4 August 1934-16 October 1996 [Obituary], in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 312
Dorrit HOFFLEIT, Eloge: Helen Meriwether Lewis Thomas, 21 August 1905-6 August 1997 [Obituary], in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 316
Robert P. MULTHAUF, Eloge: Roderick S. Webster, 14 September 1915-31 July 1997 [Obituary], in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 317
   Letters to the Editor, p. 320
   Book Reviews, p. 321
Leeann HANSEN, Metaphors of Mind and Society: The Origins of German Psychiatry in the Revolutionary Era, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 387
Ruth BARTON, "Huxley, Lubbock and Half a Dozen Others": Professionals and Gentlement in the Formation of the X Club, 1851-1864, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 410
Chandak SENGOOPTA, Glandular Politics: Experimental Biology, Clinical Medicine and Homosexual Emancipation in Fin-de-Siècle Central Europe, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 445
Loren Butler FEFFER, Oswald Veblen and the Capitalization of American Mathematics: Raising Money for Research, 1923-1928, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 474
Thomas JUNKER, Blumenbach's Racial Geometry, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 498
Stephen Jay GOULD, On Mental and Visual Geometry, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 502
J.L. HEILBRON, Eloge: Thomas Samuel Kuhn, 18 July 1922-17 June 1996 [Obituary], in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 505
   Letters to the Editor, p. 516
   Book Reviews, p. 518
Lynn K. NYHART, Civic and Economic Zoology in Nineteenth-Century Germany: The "Living Communities" of Karl Möbius, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 605
Debra LINDSAY, Intimate Inmates: Wives, Households and Science in Nineteenth-Century America, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 631
David WRIGHT, The Translation of Modern Western Society in Nineteenth-Century China, 1840-1895, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 653
Massimo MAZZOTTI, The Geometers of God: Mathematics and Reaction in the Kingdom of Naples, in: Isis 89, 1998, p. 674
   Book Reviews, p. 702
John NEU (ed.), Current Bibliography of the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences 1998, [separately paginated]

Isis 90, 1999
Jennifer Michael HECHT, The Solvency of Metaphysics: The Debate over Raqcial Science and Moral Philosophy in France, 1890-1919, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 1
Abha SUR, Aesthetics, Authority and Control in an Indian Laboratory: The Raman-Born Controversy on Lattice Dynamics, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 25
Thomas L. HANKINS, Blood, Dirt and Nomograpms: A Particular History of Graphs, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 50
Peter PESIC, Wrestling with Proteus: Francis Bacon and the "Torture" of Nature, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 81
   Letters to the Editor, p. 95
   Book Reviews, p. 98-167
   News of the Profession, p. 168
Michael F. CONLIN, The Popular and Scientific Reception of the Foucault Pendulum in the United States, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 181
Otniel E. DROR, The Affect of Experiment: The Turn to Emotions in Anglo-American Physiology, 1900-1940, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 205
Ida H. STAMHUIS; Onno G. MEIJER; Erik J.A. ZEVENHUIZEN, Hugo de Vries on Heredity, 1889-1903. Statistics, Mendalian Laws, Pangenes, Mutations, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 238
Mitchell B. HART, Racial Science, Social Science and the Politics of Jewish Assimilation, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 268
Cong CAO, The Changing Dynamic between Science and Politics: Evolution of the Highes Academic Honor in China, 1949-1998, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 298
   News of the Profession, p. 325
Robert E. KOHLER, The Constructivits' Tool Kit [Essay Review], in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 329
Mott T. GREENE, Mom Always Liked You Best [Essay Review], in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 332
   Book Reviews, p. 339-413
Pamela H. SMITH, Science and Taste: Painting, Passions and the New Philosophy in Seventeenth-Century Leiden, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 421
Nick HOPWOOD, "Giving Body" to Embryos: Modeling, Mechanism and the Microtome in Late Nineteenth-Century Anatomy, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 462
Charles W.J. WITHERS, Reporting, Mapping, Trusing: Making Geographical Knowledge in the Late Seventeenth Century, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 497
Evgeny A. ZAITSEV, The Meaning of Early Medieval Geometry: From Euclid and Surveyors' Manuals to Christian Philosophy, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 522
Robert S. WESTMAN, Eloge: Amos Funkenstein, 9 March 1937-11 November 1995 [Obituary], in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 554
Edward J. LARSON, Evangelists for Science [Essay Review], in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 558
Charles WEBSTER, The Study of the Unusual [Essay Review], in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 560
Ronald E. DOEL, Theories and Origins in Planetary Physics [Essay Review], in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 563
   Book Reviews, p. 569-645
Patricia M.E. LORCIN, Imperialism, Colonial Identity and Race in Algeria, 1830-1870: The Role of the French Medical Corps, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 653
Lissa ROBERTS, Science Becomes Electric: Dutch Interaction with the Electrical Machine during the Eighteenth Century, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 680
Lisa T. SARASOHN, Thomas Hobbes and the Duke of Newcastle: A Study in the Mutuality of Patronage before the Establishment of the Royal Society, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 715
Russell OLWELL, Physical Isolation and Marginalization in Physics: David Bohm's Cold War Exile, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 738
David TOPPER, Galileo, Sunspots and the Motions of the Earth: Redux, in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 757
   Letters to the Editor, p. 770
Martha BALDWIN, Assaying Robert Boyle [Essay Review], in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 772
D. Graham BURNETT, The History of Cartography and the History of Science [Essay Review], in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 775
Sheila JASANOFF, Not Proven: Truth by Exhaustion in the Baltimore Case [Essay Review], in: Isis 90, 1999, p. 781
   Book Reviews, p. 784-860

Isis 90, 1999: Supplement: Catching up with the Vision
Margaret W. ROSSITER, Introduction, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 1
Thomas P. GARIEPY, John Farquhar Fulton and the History of Science Society, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 7
I. Bernard COHEN, The Isis Crisis and the Coming of Age of the History of Science Society, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 28
Jensine ANDRESEN, Crisis and Kuhn, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 43
Marie Boas HALL, Recollections of a History of Science Guinea Pig, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 68
Charles C. GILLISPIE, Apologia pro vita sua, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 84
Gerald HOLTON, Some Lessons from Living in the History of Science, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 95
Will PROVINE, No Free Will, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 117
Michael M. SOKAL, The History of Science Society, 1970-1999: From Subscription Agency to Professional Society, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 135
Roger HAHN, Berkeley's History of Science Dinner Club: A Chronicle of Fifty Years of Activity, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 182
Robert E. SCHOFIELD, "Too Far to Go": Early Jears of the Midwest Junto, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 192
Mary Louise GLEASON, The Metropolitan New York Section of the History of Science Society, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 200
Mary P. WINSOR; Leonard G. WILSON, The Joint Atlantic Seminar in History of Biology, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 219
Clark A. ELLIOTT, Forum for the History of Science in America: Identity and Organization, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 226
Keith R. BENSON, Flail on, Columbia: An Irreverent Look at HSS's Soggiest Subsection, the Columbia History of Science Group, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 240
Pamela M. HENSON, "Objects of Curious Research": The History of Science and Technology at the Smithsonian, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 249
Joy HARVEY, History of Science, History and Science and Natural Sciences: Undergraduate Teaching of the History of Science at Harvard, 1938-1970, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 270
Kevin T. GRAU, Force and Nature: The Department of the History and Philosophy of Science at Indiana University, 1960-1998, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 295
   Appendix A: Officers of the History of Science Society, 1924-1999, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 321
   Appendix B: Prizes Awarded by the Society, in: Isis 90, 1999, Supplement, p. 323

Isis 91, 2000
Michael D. GORDIN, The Importation of Being Earnest: The Early St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 1
Ann BLAIR, Mosaic Physics and the Search for a Pious Natural Philosophy in the Late Renaissance, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 32
Peter NEUSHUL; Zuoyue WANG, Between the Devil and the Deep Sea: C.K. Tsenk, Mariculture and the Politics of Science in Modern China, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 59
John P. JACKSON Jr., Blind Law and Powerless Science: The American Jewish Congress, the NAACP and the Scientific Case against Discrimination, 1945-1950, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 89
Paula FINDLEN, Surveying the History of Science [Essay Review], in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 117
Seymour S. COHEN, A Guide to the History of Biochemistry [Essay Review], in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 120
John M. STEELE, Babylonian Lunar Theory Reconsidered [Essay Review], in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 125
   Book Reviews, p. 127-214
M. HENNINGER-VOSS, Working Machines and Noble Mechanics: Guidobaldo del Monte and the Translation of Knowledge, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 233
Jacalyn DUFFIN; Charles R.R. HAYTER, Baring the Sole: The Rise and Fall of the Shoe-Fitting Fluoroscope, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 260
David N. LIVINGSTONE; Mark A. NOLL, B.B. Warfield (1851-1921): A Biblical Inerrantist and Evolutionist, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 283
Joseph C.Y. CHEN, Letter to the Editor, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 305
Christopher CULLEN, Letter to the Editor, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 307
C.W.F. EVERITT; Anna MUZA, History, Theory and the Ziggurat of Physics, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 310
   Book Reviews, p. 314-434
Christoph LÜTHY, The Fourfold Democritus on the State of Early Modern History, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 443
Marlana PORTOLANO, John Quincy Adams's Rhetorical Crusade for Astronomy, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 480
David S. JONES, Visions of a Cure: Visualization, Clinical Trials and Controversies in Cardiac Theraputics, 1968-1998, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 504
William J. COURTENAY, The Early Career of Nicole Oresme [Notes and Documents], in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 542
John C. BURNHAM, Éloge: June Zimmerman Fullmer, 1920-2000 [Obituary], in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 549
Alan J. ROCKE, Éloge: Aaron J. Ihde, 1909-2000 [Obituary], in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 551
Robert A. HATCH, Letter to the Editor, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 554
G.A. RUSSELL, Letter to the Editor, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 556
   Book Reviews, p. 561-644
Bernard LIGHTMAN, The Visual Theology of Victorian Popularizers of Science: From Reverent Eye to Chemical Retina, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 651
Daniel W. SCHNEIDER, Local Knowledge, Environmental Politics and the Founding of Ecology in the United States: Stephen Forbes and "The Lake as a Microcosm" (1887), in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 681
María Jesús SANTESMASES, Severo Ochoa and the Biomedical Sciences in Spain under Franco, 1959-1975, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 706
Frederic L. HOLMES, The "Revolution in Chemistry and Physics": Overthrow of a Reigning Paradigm or Competition between Contemporary Research Programs? [Critiques & Contentions], in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 735
Mark LEVINSON, Letter to the Editor, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 754
Dora B. WEINER, With Bonaparte in Egypt [Essay Review], in: Isis 91, 2000, p. 755
   Book Reviews, p. 758-845
Jon HARVEY (ed.), Current Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences, in: Isis 91, 2000, p. [separately paginated]

Isis 92, 2001
Scott G. KNOWLES; Stuart W. LESLIE, "Industrial Versailles": Eero Saarinen's Corporate Campuses for GM, IBM and AT&T, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 1
Michael R. LYNN, Divining the Enlightenment: Public Opinion and Popular Science in Old Regime France, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 34
Marsha L. RICHMOND, Women in the Early History of Genetics: William Bateson and the Newnham College Mendelians, 1900-1910, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 55
Kathryn STEEN, Patents, Patriotism and "Skilled in the Art": USA v. The Chemical Foundation, Inc., 1923-1926, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 91
Jed Z. BUCHWALD; I. Bernard COHEN, Eloge: Clifford Truesdell, 1919-2000 [Obituary], in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 123
   Book Reviews, p. 126
Peter HARRISON, Curiosity, Forbidden Knowledge and the Reformation of Natural Philosophy in Early Modern England, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 265
Nicolas RASMUSSEN, Plant Hormones in War and Peace: Science, Industry and Government in the Development of Herbicides in 1940s America, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 291
Mary KNIGHT, Curing Cut or Ritual Mutilation? Some Remarks on the Practice of Female and Male Circumcision in Graeco-Roman Egypt, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 317
Henry R. MENDELL, Eloge: Wilbur Knorr, 1945-1997 [Obituary], in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 339
   Annual Meeting of the History of Science Society, November 2000, Vancouver, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 344
Margaret J. OSLER, Robert Boyle Recovered [Essay Review], in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 351
   Book Reviews, p. 354
George WEISZ, Spas, Mineral Waters and Hydrological Science in Twentieth-Century France, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 451
Katherine PANDORA, Knowledge held in Common: Tales of Luther Burbank and Science in the American Vernacular, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 484
John KRIGE, Distrust and Discovery: The Case of the Heavy Bosons at CERN, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 517
Sally Smith HUGHES, Making Dollars out of DNA: The First Major Patent in Biotechnology and the Commercialization of Molecular Biology, 1974-1980, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 541
   Book Reviews, p. 576
Massimo MAZZOTTI, Maria Gaetana Agnesi: Mathematics and the Making of the Catholic Enlightenment, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 657
Ellen HERMAN, Families made by Science: Arnold Gesell and the Technologies of Modern Child Adoption, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 684
Mary QUINLAN-MCGRATH, The Foundation Horoscope(s) for St. Peter's Basilica, Rome, 1506: Chosing aq Time, Changing the Storia, in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 716
Ana Cecilia RODRÍGUEZ DE ROMO, Eloge: Mirko D. Gremek, 1924-2000 [Obituary], in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 742
Francesca ROCHBERG, The Historical Significance of Astronomy in Roman Egypt [Essay Review], in: Isis 92, 2001, p. 745
   Book Reviews, p. 749

Isis 93, 2002
Margaret W. ROSSITER, ISIS Online: Access and "Angels" [Editorial], in: Isis 93, 2002, p. IX
Jacob Darwin HAMBLIN, The Navy's "Sophisticated" Pursuit of Science: Undersea Warfare, the Limits of Internationalism and the Utility of Basic Research, 1945-1956, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 1
Anne SECORD, Botany on a Plate: Pleasure and the Power of Pictures in Promoting Early Nineteenth-Century Scientific Knowledge, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 28
Hugh THURSTON, Greek Mathematical Astronomy Reconsidered, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 58
Owen GINGERICH, The Trouble with Ptolemy, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 70
H. Floris COHEN, Éloge: Casper Hakfoort, 1955-1999, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 75
Ambrose P. SPEISER; Scott G. KNOWLES; Stuart W. LESLIE; Simon KNELL; Dennis DEAN, Letters to the Editor, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 78
   Book Reviews, p. 83
Audra J. WOLFE, Germs in Space: Joshua Lederberg, Exobiology and the Public Imagination, 1958-1964, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 183
Shang-Jen LI, Natural History of Parasitic Disease: patrick Manson's Philosophical Method, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 206
David KAISER, Nuclear Democracy: Political Engagement, Pedagogical Reform and Particle Physics in Postwar America, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 229
Richard F. HIRSH; Arthur L. NORBERG; Marc ROTHENBERG, Eloge: Albert Earl Moyer, 1945-2000 [Obituary], in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 269
Paul Jerome CROCE, A Useful Eccentricity: William James's Engagement with Science [Essay Review], in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 272
   Book Reviews, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 277
Joshua Blu BUHS, The Fire Ant Wars: Nature and Science in the Pesticide Controversies of the Late Twentieth Century, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 377
Philippe FONTAINE, Blood, Politics and Social Science: Richard Titmuss and the Institute of Economic Affairs, 1957-1973, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 401
Katherine NEAL, Mathematics and Empire, Navigation and Exploration: Henry Briggs and the Northwest Passage Voyages of 1631, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 435
Bernhard FINN, Eloge: Brooke Hindle, 1918-2001 [Obituary], in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 454
David E. ROWE, Eloge: Dirk Jan Struik, 1894-2000 [Obituary], in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 456
Rajinder SINGH, Letter to the Editor, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 460
Vassiliki Betty SMOCOVITIS, The Darwin Adventure Continues [Essay Review], in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 462
   Book Reviews, in: Isis 93, 2002, p. 465
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