The Resource Nature and empire : science and the colonial enterprise, edited by Roy MacLeod

Nature and empire : science and the colonial enterprise, edited by Roy MacLeod

Label
Nature and empire : science and the colonial enterprise
Title
Nature and empire
Title remainder
science and the colonial enterprise
Statement of responsibility
edited by Roy MacLeod
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
CGU
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Osiris : a research journal devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences
Series volume
2nd ser., v. 15
Label
Nature and empire : science and the colonial enterprise, edited by Roy MacLeod
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 297-314
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  • zbnus
  • glg
Contents
  • Science, technology and the Spanish colonial experience in the nineteenth century
  • Alberto Elena and Javier Ordonez
  • Introduction
  • Roy MacLeod
  • Iberian vision: science and empire in the framework of a universal monarchy, 1500-1800
  • Juan Pimentel
  • The colonial machine: French science and colonization in the Ancien Regime
  • James E. McClellan III and Francois Regourd
  • Ordering the world for Europe: science as intelligence and information as seen from the northern periphery
  • Sverker Sorlin
  • Enlightenment in an imperial context: local science in the late-eighteenth-century Hispanic world
  • Antonio LaFuente
  • Colonial world as a geological metaphor: stata(gems) of empire in victorian Canada
  • Suzanne Zeller
  • Shaping of Latin American museums of natural history, 1850-1990
  • Maria Margaret Lopes and Irina Podgorny
  • Colonial encounters and the forging of new knowledge and national identities: Great Britain and India, 1760-1850
  • Kapil Raj
  • Acclimatizing the world: a history of the paradigmatic colonial science
  • Michael A. Osborne
  • Reconstructing India: disunity in the science and technology for development discourse, 1900-1947
  • Deepak Kumar
  • Enlightened mineralogists: mining knowledge in colonial Brazil, 1750-1825
  • Silvia Figueiroa and Clarete Da Silva
  • Racism and medical science in South Africa's Cape Colony in the mid- to late nineteenth century
  • Harriet Deacon
  • Colonial world as mission and mandate: leprosy and empire, 1900-1940
  • Michael Worboys
  • Locality in the history of science: colonial science, technoscience, and indigenous knowledge
  • David Wade Chambers and Richard Gillespie
  • Science and state building in late colonial and postcolonial Africa, 1930-1970
  • Christophe Bonneuil
  • Bio-prospecting or bio-privacy: intellectual property rights and biodiversity in a colonial and postcolonial context
  • John Merson
Control code
000022947710
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
323 p.
Isbn
9780226500799
Isbn Type
(pbk. ed.)
Other physical details
ill., maps, ports.
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
.b20613908
System control number
  • 22947710lw
  • (OCoLC)63104490

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