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Jonathan Chu's observations have merit and I applaud his expectation that teachers should be able to extract good material from a Sellers synthesis, but his sample use of Sellers for examples does not illustrate the need for the context to which he alludes.
Recent Calls for Papers
We are calling for proposals for Issue 4 (2019) of BJHS Themes, the annual open-access journal that is a companion to the British Journal for the History of Science. Like the BJHS, BJHS Themes is published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the BSHS.
Previous volumes have included 'Science of giants: India and China in the 20th Century' (issue 1, 2016, guest editors Jahnavi Phalkey and Tong Lam) and 'Animal agents' (issue 2, 2017, guest editor Amanda Rees).
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[Ed. note: A rough Google translation of the headline at the above: "Graduate student from the University of Nottingham violated immigration legislation of the Russian Federation and illegally collected information about the revolution in local archives." See the site for the rest of the article.]