Centaurus

Papers
(The TQCC of Centaurus is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
How epidemics end33
Emerging diseases, re‐emerging histories23
Rethinking the history of plague in the time ofCOVID‐1915
Layers of epidemy: Present pasts during the first weeks of COVID‐19 in western Kenya14
Global perspectives on science diplomacy: Exploring the diplomacy‐knowledge nexus in contemporary histories of science14
Scientific imaginaries and science diplomacy: The case of ocean exploitation13
The history of science and medicine in the context ofCOVID‐1913
Deep horizons: Canada's underwater habitat program and vertical dimensions of marine sovereignty11
How to have narrative‐flipping history in a pandemic: Views of/from Latin America10
Treating plants as laboratories: A chemical natural history of vegetation in 17th‐centuryEngland10
Authority, autonomy and the first London Bills of Mortality9
COVID‐19, history, and humility9
Quarantine, cholera, and international health spaces: Reflections on 19th‐century European sanitary regulations in the time ofSARS‐CoV‐27
A historical and political epistemology of microbes7
Science, demons, and gods in the battle against theCOVID‐19 epidemic7
Crafting Europe fromCERNto Dubna: Physics as diplomacy in the foundation of the European Physical Society7
Lost Green Chemistries: History of Forgotten Environmental Trajectories6
Asian tigers and the Chinese dragon: Competition and collaboration between sentinels of pandemics from SARS to COVID‐196
The invisible enemy: Fighting the plague in early modern Italy6
Up‐and‐down journeys: The making ofLatinAmerica's uniqueness for the study of cosmic rays6
“Bosom vipers”: Endemic versus epidemic disease6
Inter‐ A frican cooperation in the social sciences in the era of decolonization: A case of science diplomacy6
Editorial: Doing history in the time of COVID ‐195
Vertical glaciology: The second discovery of the third dimension in climate research5
Friends in fission:US–Brazilrelations and the global stresses of atomic energy, 1945–19555
Productive marginalities: The history of science in/aboutPolandsince 19895
Chinese state and society in epidemic governance: A historical perspective5
Animal Feeding, Animal Experiments, and the Zoo as a Laboratory: Paris Ménagerie and London Zoo, ca. 1793–1939: The Zoo as a Laboratory5
Attempting neutrality: Disciplinary and national politics in a Cold War scientific controversy5
It wasn't supposed to be a coronavirus: The quest for an influenza A( H5N1 )‐derived vaccine and the limits of pandemic preparedness5
Introduction—Up, down, round and round: Verticalities in the history of science5
National spaces and deepest places: Politics and practices of verticality in speleology5
Giovan Battista Della Porta's construction of pneumatic phenomena and his use of recipes as heuristic tools4
Entangled Timelines. Crafting Types of Time Through Making Museum Specimens4
Recent trends in the history of science inCroatia4
GiovanBattistaDellaPorta andFrancisBacon on the creative power of experimentation4
The scientific object and material diplomacy: The shipment of radioisotopes from the United States to Japan in 19504
Using instruments in the study of animate beings: Della Porta's and Bacon's experiments with plants4
Beyond recipes: The Baconian natural and experimental histories as an epistemic genre4
Verticalities in oral histories of science4
Technical assistance versus cultural export: George Cressey and the U.S. Cultural Relations Program in wartime Ch4
Medical Anamnesis. Collecting and Recollecting the Past in Medicine4
Paleosyndemics: A Bioarchaeological and Biosocial Approach to Study Infectious Diseases in the Past4
History of science in Hungary: Stewardship and audience in periods of institutional and political change4
Oil media: Changing portraits of petroleum in visual culture between theUS, Kuwait, and Switzerland3
No slaves to words:S. P. Thompson'stheory of history3
The seismograph as a diplomatic object: The S oviet– A merican exchange of instruments, 1958–19643
The material culture and politics of artifacts in nuclear diplomacy3
The Patterned Guidelines of Shazhou ( Shazhou tujing ) and geographical practices in Tang China3
Elevation and emotion: Sven Hedin's mountain expedition to Transhimalaya, 1906–19083
Chikungunya in Brazil, an Endless Epidemic3
Silvanus Phillips Thompson(1851–1916): An introduction to the spotlight section3
A nuclear monument the size of a football field: The diplomatic construction of soil nuclearity in the Palomares accident (Spain, 1966)3
Thompson, Biographer3
The End of Plague in Europe3
Materialized internationalism: How the IAEA made the Vinča Dosimetry Experiment , and how the experiment made the 3
Living in between: The commercial side of Silvanus P. Thompson 's engineering3
Deciphering economic futures: Electricity, calculation, and the power economy, 1880–19303
Orphaned atoms: The firstMoroccan reactor and the frameworks of nuclear diplomacy3
Enacting recipes:GiovanBattistaDellaPorta andFrancisBacon on technologies, experiments, and processes of nature3
Making power visible: Codifications, infrastructures, and representations of energy3
When Do Epidemics End? Scientific Insights from Mathematical Modelling Studies3
Scientists as political experts: Atomic scientists and their claims for expertise on international relations, 1945–19473
“Amany‐sidedcrystal”: Understanding the manifold legacy ofSilvanus Phillips Thompson(1851–1916)3
Darwin's vertical thinking: Mountains, mobility, and the imagination in 19th‐century geology3
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