Jessica Wang
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American science in an age of anxiety: Scientists, anticommunism, and the Cold War
J Wang
Univ of North Carolina Press, 1999
Scientists and the problem of the public in Cold War America, 1945-1960
J Wang
Osiris 17, 323-347, 2002
Science, security, and the Cold War: the case of EU Condon
J Wang
Isis 83 (2), 238-269, 1992
Dogs and the making of the American state: Voluntary association, state power, and the politics of animal control in New York City, 1850–1920
J Wang
Journal of American History 98 (4), 998-1024, 2012
Liberals, the progressive left, and the political economy of postwar American science: The National Science Foundation debate revisited
J Wang
Historical studies in the physical and biological sciences 26 (1), 139-166, 1995
Imagining the administrative state: Legal pragmatism, securities regulation, and New Deal liberalism
J Wang
Journal of Policy History 17 (3), 257-293, 2005
Merton's shadow: Perspectives on science and democracy since 1940
J Wang
Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 30 (1), 279-306, 1999
Physics, emotion, and the scientific self: Merle Tuve’s Cold War
J Wang
Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 42 (5), 341-388, 2012
Nation, knowledge, and imagined futures: science, technology, and nation-building, post-1945
J Krige, J Wang
History and Technology 31 (3), 171-179, 2015
Purges in comparative perspective: Rules for exclusion and inclusion in the scientific community under political pressure
R Beyler, A Kojevnikov, J Wang
Osiris 20, 23-48, 2005
9 Colonial Crossings: Social Science, Social Knowledge, and American Power from the Nineteenth Century to the Cold War
J Wang
Cold War Science and the Transatlantic Circulation of Knowledge, 184-213, 2015
Mad dogs and other New Yorkers: Rabies, medicine, and society in an American metropolis, 1840–1920
J Wang
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019
The United States, the United Nations, and the other post-cold war world order: Internationalism and unilateralism in the American century
J Wang
Cold War Triumphalism: The Misuse of History after the Fall of Communism, 2004
Neo-Brandeisianism and the new deal: Adolf A. Berle, Jr., William O. Douglas, and the problem of corporate finance in the 1930s
J Wang
Seattle UL Rev. 33, 1221, 2009
Local knowledge, state power, and the science of industrial labor relations: William Leiserson, David Saposs, and American labor economics in the interwar years
J Wang
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 46 (4), 371-393, 2010
Reckoning with the Spatial Turn: Cartography, Territoriality, and International History
J Wang
Diplomatic History 41 (5), 1010-1018, 2017
Looking Forward in a Failing World: Adolf A. Berle, Jr., the United States, and Global Order in the Interwar Years
J Wang
Seattle UL Rev. 42, 385, 2018
A State of Rumor: Low Knowledge, Nuclear Fear, and the Scientist as Security Risk
J Wang
Journal of Policy History 28 (3), 406-446, 2016
Edward Condon and the cold war politics of loyalty.
J Wang
Physics Today 54 (12), 35-41, 2001
Empires of knowledge: introduction
A Jansen, J Krige, J Wang
History and Technology 35 (3), 195-202, 2019
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