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Due in part to lobbying efforts on behalf of the human genome project, human genes tend to be thought of in light of the present–genetic components of human disease and... Read more
Susan Cayleff’s Nature’s Path: A History of Naturopathic Healing in America (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016) offers a fascinating alternative to the development of allopathic orthodoxy in the twentieth-century United... Read more and digital computers—Phillips crafts a compelling narrative sure to delight baseball fans and historians of the human sciences alike. *kidding Mikey McGovern is a PhD candidate in Princeton University’s... Read more
...the road. Mikey McGovern is a PhD candidate in Princeton University’s Program in the History of Science. He is writing a dissertation on how people used discrimination statistics to argue... Read more will be of interest to all historians of science, technology, and medicine, as well as to anthropologists and scholars working in Native American and Indigenous Studies. Mikey McGovern is... Read more in a monolithic sense as “knowledge production” is leveraged in local epistemic, cultural, and political contexts with major consequences. Mikey McGovern is a PhD candidate in Princeton University’s Program... Read more
Disputes over the definitions or legality of ‘rights’ and ‘rationing’ in their various guises have animated much of the debate around the United States Affordable Care Act. Many legislators and... Read more
...of a claim to moral distance from a time when unfettered legal control over a labor force—as capital—created hitherto unknown opportunities for knowledge production and experimentation with efficiency. Mikey McGovern... Read more