(The median citation count of Endeavour is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Blind in the right eye? The practice of awarding honorary memberships by German and Austrian dental societies (1949–1993) to Nazi dentists: A study on the role of National Socialism in post-war dentis10
With strings attached: Gift-giving to the International Atomic Energy Agency and US foreign policy9
Cast iron street furniture: A historical review5
Nazi Dentists on Trial: On the Political Complicity of a Long-Neglected Professional Community5
Ethical control of innovation in a globalized and liberal world: Is good science still science?5
Engineering the public-use reinforced concrete buildings of Ankara during the Early Republic of Turkey, 1923–19383
‘The moon quivered like a snake’: A medieval chronicler, lunar explosions, and a puzzle for modern interpretation3
Exploration of the Puerto Rico Trench in the mid-twentieth century: Today’s significance and relevance3
Animals, vaccines, and COVID-193
Looking through the microscope: Microbes as a challenge for theorising biocentrism within environmental ethics2
The playful unliving: Creativity and contingency in scientific practice2
Microscopy and literature2
The legacy of astronaut photography1
The Seven Secluded Monkeys of Conrad Gessner1
The energy glitch: Speculative histories and quantum counterfactuals1
Book Review1
German Empire historical scientific displays and the formation of the history of science discipline1
The foundations of Israel’s ongoing love affair with science1
Between politics and prevention: A re-examination of China’s schistosomiasis control campaign in the 1950s1
The Ether Drag Show1
Book Review1
A new season for experimental neuroembryology: The mysterious history of Marian Lydia Shorey1
Nikolai Vasilevich Sorokin and his research in botany, mycology, and microbiology at Imperial Kazan University, 1871–19011
Book Review1
Waddington, Holmyard and Alchemy: Perspectives on the Epigenetic Landscape1
Searching for motives: Suicides of doctors and dentists in the Third Reich and the postwar period, 1933–19491
“Love is a microbe too” : Microbiome dialectics1
“In Praise of Wool”: The development of partition chromatography and its under-appreciated impact on molecular biology1
Our human quest with the Black Hole1
Public history, personal pseudohistory, and VirtHSTM1
Taking Ocean History Seriously1
Uncertainty and the inconvenient facts of diagnosis1
Ivan Sokolov and his post-mortem studies of the “Hairy Woman” Julia Pastrana and her son1
What faces reveal: Hugh Diamond’s photographic representations of mental illness1
Physogs: a game with consequences1
Linguists and their work: Epistemic and ethical challenges1
Book Review0
Imaginal architectural devices and the ritual space of medieval necromancy0
Rhythmic history: Towards a new research agenda for the history of health and medicine0
A film review of Black Holes: The Edge of All We Know, directed by Peter Galison. Collapsar, Sandbox Films, 2020.0
Work on The Principles of Geology is “interrupted,” and Charles Lyell investigates the nature and formation of loess deposits0
Editorial Board0
Introducing the microbiome: Interdisciplinary perspectives0
Spatio-temporal patterns in the history of colonial botanical exploration in India0
Book Review0
Fake cells and the aura of life: A philosophical diagnostic of synthetic life0
Book Review0
Book Review0
Garland E. Allen, III (1936–2023): Endeavour editorial board member, historian of biology, activist, and mentor0
Book Review0
Microbes before microbiology: Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg and Berlin’s infusoria0
Francisco Sánchez and the Quaestio de certitudine mathematicarum: A sceptical approach0
Book Review0
Truth in numbers? Emancipation, race, and federal census statistics in the debates over Black mental health in the United States, 1840–19000
Editorial Board0
Neck of the woods: Microbes, memory, and resistance0
Editorial Board0
Lost and found: The Nooth apparatus0
Editorial: Endeavour at 800
Book review0
Publisher's Note0
Book Review0
Telegraphic code for fingerprints: How justice was denied to the innovator who helped ameliorate the criminal justice system0
Book Review0
The dinosaur from 600 BCE! Interpreting the dragon of Babylon, from archaeological excavation into fringe science0
Editorial: Highlighting Endeavour's In Vivo Section0
Book Review0
Editorial Board0
Editorial Board0
Editorial Board0
Hypersymbiotics™: An artistic reflection on the ethical and environmental implications of microbiome research and new technologies0
Editorial Board0
Celestial and mythical origins of the citadel of Bukhara0
Editorial Board0
Corrigendum to “‘The moon quivered like a snake’: A medieval chronicler, lunar explosions, and a puzzle for modern interpretation” [Endeavour 44(4) (2020) 100750]0
Editorial Board0
A Victorian hope for aerial navigation: Argyll as a theorist of flight and the first president of the Aëronautical Society of Great Britain0
Editorial Board0
Editorial Board0
“Even in the most insignificant publication, there must be plan and order”: On natural history as a theme and genre in Danish-Norwegian parish topographies of the late eighte enth century0
Book Review0
Escaping Nazi Germany: Jewish refugee dentists and their post-emigration careers in the United States of America0
Approaching science through its destruction0
Dis-ease and epidemics: Shock and modern-era perceptions of contagion0
The real woman behind Ammonite0
Book Review0
Capitalist theory and socialist practice: The organization of Chinese mathematics in the early 1950s0
Corrigendum to “Cast iron street furniture: A historical review” [Endeavour 44 (3) (2020) 100721]0
Editorial Board0
Recommended for “frequent perusal” and “improving the science of medicine”: Benjamin Rush’s American editions and the circulation of medical knowledge in the early Republic0
Mario Bunge (1919–2020): Physicist, philosopher, champion of science, and citizen of the world0
Living through multispecies societies: Approaching the microbiome with Imanishi Kinji0