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Antonio Barrera-Osorio. Experiencing Nature: The Spanish American Empire and the Early Scientific Revolution. University of Texas Press. 2006. 211pp.

Peter J. Bowler; Iwan Rhys Morus. Making Modern Science: A Historical Survey. University of Chicago Press. 2005. 529pp.

Robert Bud; Deborah Jean Warner (editor). Instruments of Science: An Historical Encyclopedia. Taylor & Francis. 1998. 709pp.

David Cahan. From Natural Philosophy to the Sciences: Writing the History of Nineteenth-Century Science. University of Chicago Press. 2003. 456pp.

Jorge Caņizares-Esguerra. Nature, Empire, and Nation: Explorations of the History of Science in the Iberian World. Stanford University Press. 2006. 230pp.

I. Bernard Cohen. Revolution in Science. Belknap Press. 1985. 711pp.

Harold John Cook. Matters of Exchange: Commerce, Medicine, and Science in the Dutch Golden Age. Yale University Press. 2007. 562pp.

Elisabeth Crawford. Nationalism and Internationalism in Science, 1880-1939: Four Studies of the Nobel Population. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 171pp.

Andrew Ede; Lesley B. Cormack. A History of Science in Society: From Philosophy to Utility. Broadview Press. 2004. 458pp.

Mordechai Feingold (editor). The New Science and Jesuit Science: Seventeenth Century Perspectives. Springer. 2003. 270pp.

Joseph Stewart Fruton. Methods and Styles in the Development of Chemistry. DIANE Publishing. 2002. 332pp.

Joseph Stewart Fruton. Contrasts in Scientific Style: Research Groups in the Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. DIANE Publishing. 1990. 473pp.

Thomas Goldstein. Dawn of Modern Science: From the Arabs to Leonardo Da Vinci. Houghton Mifflin. 1980. 297pp.

Walter Gratzer. The Undergrowth of Science: Delusion, Self-deception and Human Frailty. Oxford University Press. 2001. 328pp.

Robert E. Krebs. Groundbreaking Scientific Experiments, Inventions, and Discoveries of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2004. 315pp.

David C. Lindberg. The Beginnings of Western Science: The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450. University of Chicago Press. 2008. 488pp.

Lois N. Magner. A History of the Life Sciences. CRC Press. 2002. 502pp.

Mary Jo Nye. From Chemical Philosophy to Theoretical Chemistry: Dynamics of Matter and Dynamics of Disciplines, 1800-1950. University of California Press. 1993. 328pp. History of the separation of physics and chemistry.

Harry W. Paul. From Knowledge to Power: The Rise of the Science Empire in France, 1860-1939. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 425pp.

John V. Pickstone. Ways of Knowing: A New History of Science, Technology and Medicine. Manchester University Press. 2000. 271pp.

Alan Rauch. Useful Knowledge: The Victorians, Morality, and the March of Intellect. Duke University Press. 2001. 292pp. The 19th century knowledge industry.

Nathan Reingold;p Ida H. Reingold (editor). Science in America, a Documentary History, 1900-1939. University of Chicago Press. 1981. 490pp.

Juan José Saldaņa. Translated by Bernabe Madrigal. Science in Latin America: A History. University of Texas Press. 2006. 256pp.

Brian L. Silver. The Ascent of Science. Oxford University Press. 1998. 534pp.

Isabelle Stengers. The Invention of Modern Science. University of Minnesota Press. 2000. 185pp.

Lynn Thorndike. Science and Thought in the Fifteenth Century: Studies in the History of Medicine and Surgery, Natural and Mathematical Science, Philosophy, and Politics. Hafner Publishing Co.. 1963. 287pp.

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