Bibliographies

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Bala, Arun 2009a. The Dialogical Roots of the Copernican Revolution: Implications of the Continuity Thesis. Journal of the Institute of History of Science, Polish Academy of Sciences 41: 205-217.

Bala, Arun 2009b. Did Medieval Islamic Theology Subvert Science? in Burjor Avari & G.G. Joseph (eds.) Knowledge and Cultures: Crossing Boundaries in History. Manchester: Manchester Metropolitan University Press. Pp.48-56. Find here

Bala, Arun 2009c. “Eurocentric Roots of the Clash of Civilizations: A Perspective from the History of Science,” in Rajani K. Kanth (ed.) The Challenge of Eurocentrism: Global Perspectives, Policy, and Prospects. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Pp. 9-23.

Bala, Arun 2009d. “Establishing Transmissions: Some Methodological Issues,” in George Gheverghese Joseph (ed.), Kerala Mathematics: History and Its Possible Transmission to Europe. Delhi, India: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2009. Pp. 155-179.

Bala, Arun 2012 “Ghazali and Kalam: Between Ancient and Modern Science.” Chapter in J. Brown, ed. Philosophy of Science: The Key Thinkers. New York: Continuum, 2012, pp 152-167.

Bala, Arun 2016. Complementarity Beyond Physics: Niels Bohr’s Parallels. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bala, Arun ed. 2010. Asia, Europe and the Emergence of Modern Science: Knowledge Crossing Boundaries. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bala, Arun, and Prasenjit Duara. 2016. The Bright Dark Ages: Comparative and Connective Perspectives. Brill.

Banerjee, Somaditya 2013. Bhadralok Physics and Indian Science: The Case of Satyendranath Bose. In McOuat, et al, 2013.

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Beck, Urlick 2006. Cosmopolitan Vision. Cambridge: Polity Press.

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Campbell, Sue, Letitia Meynell and Susan Sherwin, eds. 2009. Embodiment and Agency. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press. Find here

Chakrabarty, Dipesh 2000. Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Chattopadhyaya, D.P. and Ravinder Kumar, eds. 1995-2010. History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in India Civilization. 20 volumes. Delhi: Centre for Studies in Civilisation.

Chambers, Claire 2003. Postcolonial Science Fiction: Amitav Ghosh’s “The Calcutta Chromosome” Joural of Commonwealth Literature 38:58-72. Find here

Chatterjee, Partha 1998. State and Politics in India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Cheah, Pheng and Bruce Robbins. Cosmopolitics. Thinking and Feeling beyond the Nation. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

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Cormack, Lesley 1997. Charting an Empire: Geography at the English Universties 1580-1620.Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Find here

Cormack, Lesley 1998. Britannia Rules the Waves? Images of Empire in Elizabethan England. Journal of Modern History. 4:1-20. Find here

Cormack, Lesley and Andrew Ede 2004. A History of Science and Society. Toronto: Broadview (2 vols.)

Edney, Matthew 1997. Mapping and Empire: The Geographical Construction of British India, 1765-1843. Chicago.

Endersby, Jim 2008. Imperial Nature. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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Fenton, Andrew 2009. Buddhism and Neuroethics: The Ethics of Pharmaceutical Cognitive Enhancement. Developing World Bioethics 9(2): 47-56. Find here

Frankel, Francine R, Zoya Hasan, Rajeev Bhargava, and Balveer Arora 2000. Transforming India: Social and Political Dynamics of Democracy. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Frappier, Mélanie, Letitia Meynell, and James R. Brown, eds. 2012. Thought Experiments in Philosophy,Science and the Arts. London: Routledge.

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Golinsky, Jan 2005. Making Natural Knowledge. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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Harding, Sandra, ed. 1993. The ‘Racial’ Economy of Science: Toward a Democratic Future. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Harding, Sandra 1998. Is Science Multicultural? Postcolonialisms, Feminisms, and Epistemologies. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Harding, Sandra and Uma Narayan 2000. Decentering the Center: Philosophy for a Multicultural, Postcolonial, and Feminist World. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Harding, Sandra 2008. Sciences From Below: Feminisms, Postcolonialities, and Modernities. Durham: Duke Univeristy Press.

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Kanjirakkat, Jobin, Gordon McOuat, and Sundar Sarukkai, eds. 2015. Science and Narratives of Nature: East and West. India: Routledge.

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Kumar, Deepak 1995. Science and the Raj: A Study of British India. New York: Oxford U.P. Find here

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Latour, Bruno 2004. Whose Cosmos, Which Cosmopolitics? Comments on the Peace Terms of Urlrich Beck. Common Knowledge 10:450-462. Find here

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Lightman, Bernie 2006. Depicting Nature, Defining Roles: Visual Images and Female Popularizers of Victorian Science. Figuring It Out: Science, Gender and Visual Culture. Ed. Ann Shteir and Bernard Lightman. Hanover, New Hampshire: Dartmouth College Press; Hanover and London: University Press of New England, 2006, 214-239.

Lightman, Bernie 2007a. ‘A Conspiracy of One’: Butler, Natural Theology, and Victorian Popularization. Samuel Butler, Victorian against the Grain: A Critical Overview. Ed. James Paradis. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007, 113-142.

Lightman, Bernie 2007b. Lecturing in the Spatial Economy of Science. Science in the Marketplace. Eds. Bernard Lightman and Aileen Fyfe. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007, 97-132.

Lightman, Bernie 2010a.. Evolution for Young Victorians. Science and Education 21, No. 7 : 1015-1034.

Lightman, Bernie 2010b The Many Lives of Charles Darwin: Biographies and the Definitive Evolutionist. Notes and Records of the Royal Society 64 (December 2010), 339-358. Find here

Lightman, Bernie 2010c. Darwin and the Popularization of Evolution. Notes and Records of the Royal Society 64, No. 1:5-24.

Lightman, Bernie 2011a. Refashioning the Spaces of London Science: Elite Epistemes in the Nineteenth Century. Geographies of Nineteenth-Century Science. Ed. David N. Livingstone and Charles W. J. Withers. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, pp. 25-50.

Lightman, Bernie 2011b. Science and the Public. Wrestling with Nature: From Omens to Science. Ed. Peter Harrison, Ronald Numbers, and Michael Shank. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 337-375.

Lightman, Bernie 2011c. Unbelief. Science and Religion around the World: Historical Perspectives. Ed. John Hedley Brooke and Ronald L. Numbers. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 252-277.

Lightman, Bernie 2012. Spectacle in Leicester Square: James Wyld’s Great Globe, 1851-1861. Instruction, Amusement and Spectacle: Popular Shows and Exhibitions 1800-1914, Ed. Joe Kember, John Plunkett, and Jill A. Sullivan. London: Pickering and Chatto, pp. 9-39, 240-243.

Lightman, Bernie 2012. The Creed of Science and Its Critics. The Victorian World. Ed. Martin Hewitt. Routledge Worlds Series. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 449-465.

Lightman, Bernie, ed. 2006. Figuring It Out: Science, Gender and Visual Culture. Co-edited with Ann Shteir. Hanover, New Hampshire: Dartmouth College Press; Hanover and London: University Press of New England.

Lightman, Bernie, ed. 2007. Science in the Marketplace: Nineteenth-Century Sites and Experiences. Co-edited with Aileen Fyfe. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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Majumder, PP 1998. Haldane’s Contributions to Biological Research in India. Resonance 3: 32–35. Find here

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McOuat, Gordon 2001a. Cataloguing Power: Delineating ‘Competent Naturalists’ and the Meaning of Species in the British Museum. British Journal for the History of Science 34:1-28. Find here

McOuat, Gordon 2001a. From Cutting Nature at its Joints to Measuring it: Species, New Kinds and New Kinds of People in Biology, Special Issue on “Measurement”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 32: 613-645. Find here

McOuat, Gordon 2003b. The Dynamic System of Bunzo Hayata: Historicism, Japanese Imperialist Science and the Eastern Order of Things, in James C. Baxter, ed. Historical Consciousness, Historiography and Modern Japanese Values. Kyoto: Japanese International Research Center for Japanese Studies, pp. 258-274.

McOuat, Gordon 2003c. The logical systematist: George Bentham and his Outline of a new system of logic. Archives of Natural History 30:203-223. Find here

McOuat, Gordon 2008. Mertonian norms, the local life of science and the long duré, In Jene Porter and Peter Phillips, eds. 2008. Public Science in Liberal Democracy. Montreal: McGills-Queens University Press, pp. 121-135.

McOuat, Gordon 2009a. The Origins of Natural Kinds: Keeping ‘Essentialism’ at Bay in the Age of Reform. Intellectual History Review 19:211-30. Find here

McOuat, Gordon 2009b. Essay review of Adrian Desmond and James Moore, Darwin’s Sacred Cause. British Journal for the History of Science 43:119-21.

McOuat, Gordon 2009c. Essay review of Jim Endersby, Imperial Nature. British Journal for the History of Science 42: 122-124.

McOuat, Gordon 2009d. Review of J.B.S. Haldane, What I require from Life: Writings on Science and Life. Isis 100:926-927.

McOuat, Gordon and Charissa Varma 2008. Bentham’s Logic. In Don V. Gabbay and John Woods, eds. Handbook of the History of Logic. Volume 4, British Logic. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

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McOuat, Gordon, Bernard Lightman and Larry Stewart, eds. 2013. Circulating Knowledge: East and West. Amsterdam: Brill.

McOuat, Gordon, Sundar Sarukkai, Bernard Lightman and Jobin Mathews, eds. 2013 [forthcoming] Narratives of Nature, East and West. Delhi: Routledge.

Meynell, Letitia 2008. Pictures, Pluralism and Feminist Epistemology: Lessons from ‘Coming to Understand’, Hypatia 23 (4): 1-29. Find here

Meynell, Letitia 2008. Why Feynman Diagrams Represent, International Studies in the Philosophy of Science 22 (1): 39-59. Find here

Meynell, Letitia. 2012. The Politics of Pictured Reality: Locating the Object from Nowhere in fMRI, in Robyn Bluhm, Heidi Maibom and Anne Jaap Jacobson, eds. Neurofeminism: Issues at the Intersection of Feminist Theory and Cognitive Neuroscience. Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 11-29.

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Nappi, Carla 2013. The Global and Beyond: Adventures in the Local Historiographies of Science. ISIS 104:102-110. Find here

Needham, Joseph 1954-2008. Science and Civilization in China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Phalkey, Jahnavi 2013. How may we Study Science and the State in Post-Colonial India? In G. McOuat, B. Lightman and L. Stewart, eds. Circulating Knowledge: East and West. Amsterdam: Brill.

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Prakash, Gyan 1999. Another Reason: Science and the Imagination of Modern India. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Find here

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Pyenson, Lewis 1993. Civilizing Mission: Exact Sciences and French Oerseas Expansion, 1830-1940. Baltimore.

Ragep, Jamil 2012. The Power of Reason – Views of Knowledge. English trans. Original publication in Hans Jonas (Ed.), Viefalt der Moderne – Ansichten der Moderne, S. Fischer Verlag, 2012, 67-90.

Raina, Dhruv 2000a. Lamenting the Past, Anticipating the Future: A Chronology of Popular Science Writing in India (1850 – 1914). In Narender K.Sehgal, Satpal Sangwan and Subodh Mahanti (Eds.), Uncharted Terrains: Essays on Science Popularization in Pre-Independence India, Vigyan Prasar, 2000, 54-64.

Raina, Dhruv 2000b. The Present in the Past: Trajectories for the Social History of Science. In Romila Thapar (Ed.), India: Another Millennium?, Viking, 2000, 17-35.

Raina, Dhruv 2000c. Jean-Baptiste Biot on the History of Indian Astronomy (1830-1860): The Nation in the Post-Enlightenment Historiography of Science. Indian Journal of History of Science , 35, 4, 2000, 319-346.

Raina, Dhruv 2001a. Visvesvaraya as Engineer-Sociologist and the Evolution of his Techno-Economic Vision. NIAS lecture L1, Bangalore, 2001.

Raina, Dhruv 2001b. Disciplinary Boundaries and Civilisational Encounter: the Mathematics and Astronomy of India in Delambre’s Histoire (1800-1820), Studies in History, 17, 2, 2001, pp. 175-209. Find here

Raina, Dhruv 2001c. Cognitive Homologies in the Studies of science in Indian Antiquity: A Historiographic Axis of the Indian Journal of History of Science. In Alain Arrault and Catherine Jami (Eds.), Science and Technology in East Asia: The Legacy of Joseph Needham, Brepols: Belgium, 2001; 95-110.

Raina, Dhruv 2002. Towards a Global History of Science”, in Abhay Kumar, Prasenjit Bose, Samik Lahiri (eds.), Behind the Blackboard: Contemporary Perspectives on Indian Education, Volume 2, 2002, 136-149.

Raina, Dhruv 2003a. Betwixt Jesuit and Enlightenment Historiography: The Context of Jean-Sylvain Bailly’s History of Indian Astronomy. Revue d’Histoire de Mathématiques, 2003, 9, p.101-153. Find here

Raina, Dhruv 2003b. A Postcolonial Reading of the Enlightenment’s History of non-Western mathematics. In Alain le Pichon (Ed.), Les Assises de la Connaissance Réciproque, Le Robert, 2003, 129-139.

Raina, Dhruv 2003c. Common Universes of discourse: A Dialogue between Sarton and Coomaraswamy on Knowledge and Disciplines. Paideusis – Journal for Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Studies, Volume, 3, 2003. Find here

Raina, Dhruv 2004a. Technological Doubt and Scientific Certitude: Looking at ASTRA from within and without. In Rural Technology: A 25 Years Perspective, vol.-I, ASTRA, Bangalore, 2004, pp. 123-154.

Raina, Dhruv 2004b. How to go to Heaven or How the heavens go. Part I, Metanexus (e-journal), 2004, 02, 17.

Raina, Dhruv 2004c. How to go to Heaven or How the heavens go. Part II, Metanexus (e-journal), 2004, 02, 19.

Raina, Dhruv 2005a. ”The Social Epistemology of Knowledge” as a Key Word in the Indian Tradition. Find here

Raina, Dhruv 2005b. Organisations et Cultures de la Science:l’UNESCO et l’institutionalisation de la science dans l’Inde postcoloniale (1950-1960). In 60 ans d’histoire de l’UNESCO: Actes du colloque international 16-18 novembre, Paris.

Raina, Dhruv 2005c. Finding a Home for the History of Science in Post-Colonial India: The Influence of Needham and the Role of UNESCO [1950-1960]. in Arun Bandopadhyaya (Ed.), Science and Society, Manohar Publications, forthcoming.

Raina, Dhruv 2005d. Une lecture post-coloniale de l’histoire. Alliage, no. 55-56, 141-154.

Raina, Dhruv 2005e. How to Go to Heaven or How the Heavens Go? Contemporary Perspectives on a Galilean Dilemma. In Job Kozhamthadam (Ed.), Modern Science, Religion and the Quest for Unity, ASSR Series Vol. 4, 2005, pp. 53-81.

Raina, Dhruv 2005f. Multicultural and Postcolonial Theories of Science and Society. In Sandhan, vol. 5, no.1, 2005, pp. 1-32, also printed as“ Multicultural and Postcolonial Theories of Science and Society” in Jyoti Bhusan Dasgupta (Ed.), Science, Technology, Imperialism and War, PHISPC , vol. XV, Part I, Centre for Studies in Civilizations, New Delhi, 2007, pp. 175-194.

Raina, Dhruv and P. Sivaramakrishnan P. Manikonda 2006. Challenges for Science Education. Seminar, 565, 2006, pp. 47-51.

Raina, Dhruv 2007a. Science since Independence. India International Quarterly: Special Issue – India 60, 2007, pp. 182-195; also published under the same title in Ira Pande (Ed.), India 60: Towards a New Paradigm, Harper Collins India, 2007, pp. 182-195.

Raina, Dhruv 2007b. Jesuit Collections of India’s Scientific Manuscripts: Ideologies and Interpretations. Indian Journal of History of Science, 42, 1, 2007, pp. 31-45.

Raina, Dhruv 2008e. Science East and West. in Helaine Selin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures, Springer-Verlag: Heidelberg, New York, 2008, pp. 1934-1944.

Raina, Dhruv 2008f. In Search of a Historiography of Jesuit Science in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century India. In Siegfried Zelinski and Eckhard Fürlus (eds.), Variantology 3: On Deep Time Relations of Arts, Sciences and Technologies in China and Elsewhere, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König: Köln, 2008, pp. 333-346.

Raina, Dhruv 2009a. Kako su isusovački izvori i historiografija oblikovali prosvjetiteljskupovijest matematike, Jukić (Sarajevo), 38-39, pp. 219-236.

Raina, Dhruv 2009b. Knowledge. In Akira Iriye and Pierre-Yves Saunier (Eds.), Transnational Dictionary of World History, Palgrave Books, pp. 620-626.

Raina, Dhruv 2009c. Walking in on a Broken Leg. Wissenschafstkolleg zu Berlin, Jahrbuch 2007/2008, pp. 167-172.

Raina, Dhruv 2009d. Reimagining the University after the Yashpal Committee Report, in Debating Education: Against the Neo-Liberal Thrust, SAHMAT: New Delhi, pp. 87-89Raina,

Dhruv,Purabi Pattanayak and Vungliankm Valte, 2009. A Study in the Social-epistemology of `Science and Society’ in Indian Universities and Technical Institutes. Bangalore: Centre for Studies in Culture and Society.

Raina, Dhruv 2009e. How Jesuit Sources and the Historiography Shaped the Enlightenment History of Mathematics. Wissenschafstkolleg zu Berlin, Jahrbuch 2007/2008, pp.347-360.

Raina, Dhruv 2010a. Finding a Home for the History of Science in Post-colonial India: The Influence of Joseph Needham and the Role of UNESCO. In Arun Bandopadhyaya (Ed.), Science and Society in India (1750 – 2000), Manohar, pp. 323-343.

Raina, Dhruv 2010b. On Metahistory and a Purportedly `Homeless Text’: Reflections upon an Eighteenth-century, South Asian Traveller’s Impression of Modern European Science. In Siegfried Zelinski and Eckhard Fürlus (Eds.), Variantology 4: On Deep Time Relations of Arts, Sciences and Technologies in the Arabic-Islamic World and Beyond,Walther König: Köln, pp. 305-323.

Raina, Dhruv 2010c. The French Jesuit Manuscripts on Indian Astronomy: The Narratology and Mystery surrounding a Late Seventeenth – Early Eighteenth Century Project. In Florence Bretelle-Establet (ed.), Looking at it from Asia: The Processes that Shaped the Sources of the History of Science, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Springer, pp.115-140. Find here

Raina, Dhruv 2011a. Travelling Both Ways: The Adaptation of disciplines, Scientific Textbooks and Institutions. In Feza Günergun and Raina, Dhruv (Eds.), Science between Europe and Asia: Historical Studies on the Transmission, Adoption and Adaptation of Knowledge, Springer Dordrecht, 2011, pp. 165-176.

Raina, Dhruv 2011b. Le Gentil’s Voyage: Addressing Disruptions in the Narrative of Scientific Progress”. In Siegfried Zielinski and Eckhard Fürlus (Eds.), Neapolitan Affairs: On Deep Time Relations of Arts, Sciences and Technologies, Variantology 5, Walter König, Köln., pp. 385-397.

Raina, Dhruv 2011c. Situating the History of Indian Arithmetical Knowledge in George Peacock’s Arithmetic. Indian Journal of History of Science, 46, 2, 235-250.

Raina, Dhruv 2011d. Merton in South Asia: The Question of Religion and the Modernity of Science. In Yehuda Elkana, Andras Szigetti and György Lissauer, Concepts and the Social Order: Robert K. Merton and the Future of Sociology, CEU Press; Budapest, pp. 45-60.

Raina, Dhruv 2011e. Institutions and Knowledge: Framing the Translation of Science in Colonial South Asia. Asiatische Studien/ Études Asiatiques, LXV, 4, pp.945-967.

Raina, Dhruv 2011f. Jantar Mantar Telescope. In David Links and Nils Röller (Eds.), Objects of Knowledge: A Small Technical Encyclopaedia for Siegfried Zielinski, Institut für Buchkunst Leipzig, ISBN 978-3-932865-64-0, pp. 64-5.

Raina, Dhruv 2012a. Contextualizing Playfair and Colbrooke on proof and demonstration in the Indian mathematical tradition. In Karine Chemla (Ed.), The History of Mathematical Proof in Ancient Traditions, Cambridge University Press, pp. 228 – 259.

Raina, Dhruv 2012b. Decolonisation and the Entangled Histories of Science and Philosophy in India. Polish Sociological Review, 2 (178), pp.187-201. Find here

Raina, Dhruv 2012c. The Naturalization of Modern Science in South Asia: A Historical Overview of the Processes of Domestication and Globalization. In Jürgen Renn (Ed.), The Globalization of Knowledge in History, Max Planck Research Library for the History and Development of Knowledge Studies 1, Edition Open Access, pp. 345-366.

Raina, Dhruv and S.Irfan Habib 2001. The Voyages of Abu Talib Khan and Le Gentil: A Preliminary Comparative Study of the Scientific Imagination in Eighteenth Century Indian and French Travelogues. In Juan Jose Saldaňa (ed.), Science and Cultural Diversity: Proceedings of the XXth International Conference of the History of Science, University of Mexico, pp.2794-2089.

Raina, Dhruv and S.Irfan Habib. 2005. Reinventing Traditional Medicine: Method, Institutional Change, and the Manufacture of Drugs and Medication in Late Colonial India. In Joseph Alter (Ed.), Asian Medicine and Globalization, Pittsburgh University Press, 67-77.

Raina, Dhruv and S.Irfan Habib 2008a. South and South-East Asia: Introduction. In Sarvepalli Gopal and Sergei L. Tikhvinsky (ed.), History of Humanity: Scientific and Cultural Development Volume VII, The Twentieth Century, UNESCO: Routledge, pp. 722-724.

Raina, Dhruv and S.Irfan Habib 2008b. Colonialism, Nationalism and the Institutionalisation of Science in India. In Sarvepalli Gopal and Sergei L. Tikhvinsky (ed.), History of Humanity: Scientific and Cultural Development Volume VII, The Twentieth Century, UNESCO: Routledge, pp. 735- 739.

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