Tuesday, February 18, 2014

February 18, 2014

British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 47, #1, 2014
CPS:Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 47, #4, 2014
Erkenntnis, Vol. 79, #1, 2014
Feminist Review, Vol. 106, 2014
International Security, Vol. 38, #3, 2013-14

British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 47, #1, 2014
Research Articles
GIDEON MANNING. Descartes and the Bologna affair. 
ELISE S. LIPKOWITZ. Seized natural-history collections and the redefinition of scientific cosmopolitanism in the era of the French Revolution. 
KATHLEEN S. MURPHY. To make Florida answer to its name: John Ellis, Bernard Romans and the Atlantic science of British West Florida. 
DONALD L. OPITZ. ‘The sceptre of her pow'r’: nymphs, nobility, and nomenclature in early Victorian science. 
MENACHEM FISCH. Babbage's two lives. 
RICHARD NOAKES. Industrial research at the Eastern Telegraph Company, 1872–1929. 
ALAN R. RUSHTON. William Bateson and the chromosome theory of heredity: a reappraisal. 
Book Reviews
Sarah Chaney. Robert G.W. Kirk and Neil Pemberton, Leech. 
R. Allen Shotwell. Manfred Horstmanshoff, Helen King and Claus Zittel (eds.), Blood, Sweat and Tears: The Changing Concepts of Physiology from Antiquity into Early Modern Europe.
Tayra M.C. Lanuza-Navarro. Monica Azzolini, The Duke and the Stars: Astrology and Politics in Renaissance Milan.
Fred Gibbs. Nancy G. Siraisi, Communities of Learned Experience: Epistolary Medicine in the Renaissance.
Jakob Bek-Thomsen. Germano Maifreda, From Oikonomia to Political Economy: Constructing Economic Knowledge from the Renaissance to the Scientific Revolution.
Alexi Baker. Alison D. Morrison-Low, Sven Dupré, Stephen Johnston and Giorgio Strano (eds.), From Earth-Bound to Satellite: Telescopes, Skills and Networks.
Rina Knoeff. Catherine Packham, Eighteenth-Century Vitalism: Bodies, Culture, Politics.
Darren N. Wagner. Piers Mitchell (ed.), Anatomical Dissection in Enlightenment England and Beyond: Autopsy, Pathology and Display.
Alison E. Martin. Vera M. Kutzinski, Ottmar Ette and Laura Dassow Walls (eds.), Alexander von Humboldt and the Americas.
Courtney Salvey. Roger S. Wotton, Walking with Gosse: Natural History, Creation, and Religious Conflicts.
Jean-Baptiste Gouyon. Kristian H. Nielsen, Michael Harbsmeier and Christopher J. Ries (eds.), Scientists and Scholars in the Field: Studies in the History of Fieldwork and Expeditions.
Tim Boon. Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette, Science on American Television: A History.
Norberto Serpente. Nathaniel Comfort, The Science of Human Perfection: How Genes Became the Heart of American Medicine.
Alexander Hall. Spencer R. Weart, The Rise of Nuclear Fear.
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CPS:Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 47, #4, 2014
Original Articles
Alexander W. Schmidt and Dennis C. Spies. Do Parties “Playing the Race Card” Undermine Natives’ Support for Redistribution? Evidence From Europe.
Annemarie S. Walter, Wouter van der Brug, and Philip van Praag. When the Stakes Are High: Party Competition and Negative Campaigning.
Emiliano Grossman and Cornelia Woll. Saving the Banks: The Political Economy of Bailouts.
Timo Fleckenstein and Soohyun Christine Lee. The Politics of Postindustrial Social Policy: Family Policy Reforms in Britain, Germany, South Korea, and Sweden.
Robert Braun and Ruud Koopmans. Watch the Crowd: Bystander Responses, Trickle-Down Politics, and Xenophobic Mobilization.
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Erkenntnis, Vol. 79, #1, 2014
Original Article
Jonas Rafael Becker Arenhart, Décio Krause. Why Non-individuality? A Discussion on Individuality, Identity, and Cardinality in the Quantum Context.
Sam Coleman. The Real Combination Problem: Panpsychism, Micro-Subjects, and Emergence.
Guido Melchior. Skepticism: The Hard Problem for Indirect Sensitivity Accounts.
Jonah N. Schupbach. Is the Bad Lot Objection Just Misguided?
Markku Keinänen, Jani Hakkarainen. The Problem of Trope Individuation: A Reply to Lowe.
Catarina Dutilh Novaes. The Undergeneration of Permutation Invariance as a Criterion for Logicality.
Kevin McCain. Evidentialism, Explanationism, and Beliefs About the Future.
Peter Vickers. Scientific Theory Eliminativism.
Sophie C. Gibb. The Causal Criterion of Property Identity and the Subtraction of Powers.
Jamin Asay . Against Truth.
Somogy Varga. Cognition, Representations and Embodied Emotions: Investigating Cognitive Theory.
Christopher Cowie. Epistemic Disagreement and Practical Disagreement.
Heimir Geirsson. Conceivability and Coherence: A Skeptical View of Zombies.
Stephan Leuenberger. From Grounding to Supervenience?
Dan López de Sa. Audience in Context.
Guido Melchior. Erratum to: Skepticism: The Hard Problem for Indirect Sensitivity Accounts.
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Feminist Review, Vol. 106, 2014
Original Articles
Rutvica Andrijasevic, Carrie Hamilton and Clare Hemmings. re-imagining revolutions.
Alessandro Castellini. silent voices: mothers who kill their children and the women’s liberation movement in 1970s Japan.
Maria Tamboukou. imagining and living the revolution: an Arendtian reading of Rosa Luxemburg’s letters and writings.
Clare Hemmings. sexual dom and the promise of revolution: Emma Goldman’s passion.
Chiara Bonfiglioli. red girls’ revolutionary tales: antifascist women’s autobiographies in Italy.
Bice Maiguashca. ‘they’re talkin’ bout a revolution’: feminism, anarchism and the politics of social change in the global justice movement.
Finn Mackay. reclaiming revolutionary feminism.
Carrie Hamilton. entrevista: Norma Guillard Limonta con Carrie Hamilton, La Habana.
Nadje Al-Ali. reflections on (counter) revolutionary processes in Egypt.
Emma Dowling. revolution at point zero—housework, reproduction and feminist struggle.
Carrie Hamilton. ¡venceremos? the erotics of black self-making in Cuba.
Alessandro Castellini. changing lives: the ‘post-war’ in Japanese women’s autobiographies and memoirs.
Jonathan Dean. remembering revolution: gender, violence and subjectivity in India’s Naxalbari movement.
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International Security, Vol. 38, #3, 2013-14
Original Articles
Grounds for War: The Evolution of Territorial Conflict. Dominic D.P. Johnson, Monica Duffy Toft.
Kathleen M. Vogel. Expert Knowledge in Intelligence Assessments: Bird Flu and Bioterrorism.
Peter Krause. The Structure of Success: How the Internal Distribution of Power Drives Armed Group Behavior and National Movement Effectiveness.
Burak Kadercan. Strong Armies, Slow Adaptation: Civil-Military Relations and the Diffusion of Military Power.
Yuen Foong Khong. Primacy or World Order?: The United States and China’s Rise—A Review Essay.
Dingding Chen, Xiaoyu Pu, Alastair Iain Johnston. Debating China’s Assertiveness.
William G. Nomikos, Alexander B. Downes, Jonathan Monten. Reevaluating Foreign-Imposed Regime Change.
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