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  • Kabbalah and Ecologyby David Mevorach Seidenberg

    Cambridge University Press 2015; US$ 79.00

    Kabbalah and Ecology resets the conversation about ecology and the Abrahamic traditions. more...

  • Boyle Studiesby Michael Hunter

    Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2015; US$ 124.95


  • Seeing Like a Roverby Janet Vertesi

    University of Chicago Press 2015; US$ 30.00

    Janet Vertesi is assistant professor of sociology at Princeton University. more...

  • The Origins of Ancient Greek Scienceby Michael Boylan

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 125.00

    This book examines the origins of ancient Greek Science using the vehicles of blood, blood vessels, and the heart. Careful attention to biomedical writers in the ancient world as well as to philosophical and literary work of writers prior to the Hippocratic authors produce an interesting story of how science progressed and the critical context in... more...

  • Coal Warsby Richard Martin

    St. Martin's Press 2015; US$ 28.99

    Part I: The Death Spiral Chapter 1: The TVA Chapter 2: Kentucky Chapter 3: West Virginia Part II: The Surge Chapter 4: Wyoming Chapter 5: Colorado Part III: The Great Migration Chapter 6: Shanghai Chapter 7: Shanxi Province Chapter 8: Hangzhou Part IV: Dinosaurs Chapter 9: Ohio more...

  • New Perspectives on the History of Life Sciences and Agricultureby Denise Phillips; Sharon Kingsland

    Springer International Publishing 2015; US$ 239.00

    This volume explores problems in the history of science at the intersection of life sciences and agriculture, from the mid-eighteenth to the mid-twentieth century. Taking a comparative national perspective, the book examines agricultural practices in a broad sense, including the practices and disciplines devoted to land management, forestry, soil science,... more...

  • The Man Who Changed Everythingby Basil Mahon

    Wiley 2015; US$ 15.95

    James Clerk Maxwell (1831- 1879) changed our perception of reality and laid the foundations for many of the scientific and technological advances of the twentieth century. An unassuming and modest man, who simply wanted to understand how the world around him worked, he made fundamental contributions to every aspect of physical science. By discovering... more...

  • Headstrongby Rachel Swaby

    Crown/Archetype 2015; US$ 16.00

    Fifty-two inspiring and insightful profiles of history?s brightest female scientists. In 2013, the  New York Times  published an obituary for Yvonne Brill. It began: ?She made a mean beef stroganoff, followed her husband from job to job, and took eight years off from work to raise three children.? It wasn?t until the second paragraph that readers... more...

  • Radium and the Secret of Lifeby Luis A. Campos

    University of Chicago Press 2015; US$ 44.00

    Before the hydrogen bomb indelibly associated radioactivity with death, many chemists, physicians, botanists, and geneticists believed that radium might hold the secret to life. Physicists and chemists early on described the wondrous new element in lifelike terms such as "decay" and "half-life," and made frequent references to the "natural selection"... more...

  • Stations in the Fieldby Raf De Bont

    University of Chicago Press 2015; US$ 32.00

    Raf De Bont is assistant professor of history at Maastricht University in the Netherlands and lives in Leuven, Belgium. more...