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Darwin's Laboratory: Evolutionary Theory and Natural History in the Pacific
Presents 16 essays exploring the biological, geological, anthropological, social, and political dimensions of Darwinism in the Pacific. In particular, the essays examine the ways in which 19th
Scientific Advice for British India: Imperial Perceptions and Administrative Goals, 1898—1923
In recent years there has been a continuing effort to place the history of scientific activity in Europe firmly in the political, economic and social contexts in which ideas and institutions have
Technology and the Raj: Western Technology and Technical Transfers to India 1700-1947
Introduction - Roy MacLeod and Deepak Kumar Western Technology and British Rule PART ONE: THE TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY AND THE RAJ Colonial and Neo-Colonial Transfer of Technology - Ian Inkster
Government and Resource Conservation: the Salmon Acts Administration, 1860-1886
  • R. Macleod
  • History, Economics
    Journal of British Studies
  • 1 May 1968
No area of Victorian administrative history is more richly documented or less adequately explored than that concerning the development of public policy by professional or scientific “specialists”
The 'creed of Science' in Victorian England
Contents: Introduction The X-Club: a social network in late-Victorian England The scientistsa (TM)s declaration: reflections on science and belief in the wake of Essays and Reviews, 1864a "1865 The a