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Domesticity in the making of modern science

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The history of the modern sciences has long overlooked the significance of domesticity as a physical, social, and symbolic force in the shaping of knowledge production. This book provides a welcome reorientation to our understanding of the making of the modern sciences globally by emphasizing the centrality of domesticity in diverse scientific enterprises.




Opitz, D. L., Bergwik, S., & Van Tiggelen, B. (2016). Domesticity in the making of modern science. Domesticity in the Making of Modern Science (pp. 1–299). Palgrave Macmillan.

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