Journal of the History of Biology
The Journal of the History of Biology is devoted to the history of the biological sciences, with additional interest and concern in philosophical and social issues confronting biology. While all historical epochs are touched upon, the journal pays particular attention to developments during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The journal serves both the working biologist who needs a full understanding to the historical and philosophical bases of the field and the historian of biology interested in following developments in the biological sciences.
How Seeing Became Knowing: The Role of the Electron Microscope in Shaping the Modern Definition of Viruses
Jane Carruthers, National Park Science: A Century of Research in South Africa (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), 554 pp., illus., bibl., $67.72 Hardback, ISBN 9781107191440
Peder Anker (June 2018)
Susan Merrill Squier, Epigenetic Landscapes: Drawings as Metaphor (Durham: Duke University Press, 2017), 280 pp., 21 b&w illus., $25.95 Paperback, ISBN: 978-0-8223-6872-4
Andrew S. Yang (June 2018)
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