History of Science

(The TQCC of History of Science is 2. 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.)
The failed institutionalization of “complexity science”: A focus on the Santa Fe Institute’s legitimization strategy8
Historicizing the crisis of scientific misconduct in Indian science7
Hard science, soft science: A political history of a disciplinary array7
The uses of useful knowledge and the languages of vernacular science: Perspectives from southwest India7
Integrating the history of science into broader discussions of research integrity and fraud6
Impersonation and personification in mid-twentieth century mathematics5
Self-help for learned journals: Scientific societies and the commerce of publishing in the 1950s5
“The lungs of a ship”: Ventilation, acclimatization, and labor in the maritime environment, 1740–18004
The princess at the conference: Science, pacifism, and Habsburg society4
Making matters of fraud: Sociomaterial technology in the case of Hwang and Schatten4
Brokering science, blaming culture: The US–South Korea ecological survey in the Demilitarized Zone, 1963–83
Integrating research integrity into the history of science3
Building UNESCO science from the “dark zone”: Joseph Needham, Empire, and the wartime reorganization of international science from China, 1942–63
Studying “useful plants” from Maria Theresa to Napoleon: Continuity and invisibility in agricultural science, northern Italy, the late eighteenth to early nineteenth century3
Public science in the private garden: Noblewomen horticulturalists and the making of British botany c. 1785–18103
Petrus van Musschenbroek (1692–1761) and the early Leiden jar: A discussion of the neglected manuscripts2
“Rusticall chymistry”: Alchemy, saltpeter projects, and experimental fertilizers in seventeenth-century English agriculture2
Publicity, politics, and professoriate in fin-de-siècle Vienna: The misconduct of the embryologist Samuel Leopold Schenk2
When is enough enough? Accurate measurement and the integrity of scientific research2
Towards a history of scientific publishing2
The community of Black women physicians, 1864–1941: Trends in background, education, and training2
The age of biology: When plant physiology was in the center of American life science2
The spatial inscription of science in the twentieth century2
A puzzling marriage? UNESCO and the Madrid Festival of Science (1955)2
Clinical trials and the origins of pharmaceutical fraud: Parke, Davis & Company, virtue epistemology, and the history of the fundamental antagonism2
Nafia for the Tigris: The Privy Purse and the infrastructure of development in late Ottoman Iraq, 1882–19142