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Before summarizing individual contributions, this introductory essay familiarizes readers with more recent scholarship in the field. Taken together, the essays in our theme issue suggest that the practice of the life sciences at the Gardens can be best analyzed as the outcome of historical processes of coordination and competition in which different disciplines, communities, and networks not only in insular Southeast Asia but also other parts of the world played a formative role.
- History of science
- History of botany
- Botanical gardens
- History of colonialism
- Science and empire
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- 1 Organising a conference, workshop, ...
Andreas Weber (Chair), Robert-Jan Wille (Organiser) & Paul Kessler (Organiser)19 Oct 2017
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Organising a conference, workshop, ...