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Volume 87 | Number 6 | November-December 1999


100 or so Books that shaped a Century of Science

Philip, Phylis Morrison

Architecture of Science Rests on Creaky Foundation

Sergio Sanabria

A review of The Architecture of Science, edited by Peter Galison and Emily Thompson.

Political Landscape

Stephen Pyne

A review of Managing the Environment, Managing Ourselves: A History of American Environmental Policy, by Richard N. L. Andrews.

Tutira, The Seacoast Reader and more . . .

Science Studies Study

Katherine Pandora

A review of Pandora's Hope: Essays on the Reality of Science Studies, by Bruno Latour.

Construction Area

Morton Ann Gernsbacher, Vanesa McKinney

A review of Comprehension: A Paradigm for Cognition, by Walter Kintsch.

Dawn of Mac (and PC)

Jack Westbrook

A review of ENIAC: The Triumph and Tragedies of the World's First Computer, by Scott McCartney and

Climates Past

Nina Baghai

A review of Interpreting Pre-Quaternary Climate from the Geologic Record, by Judith Totman Parrish.

Mammals Galore

Trevor Pitcher

A review of Walker's Mammals of the World, edited by Ronald M. Nowak.


Total Records : 11


 

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