Jane Maienschein

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  • 2018 The Historiography of Embryology and Developmental Biology in HANDBOOK OF THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF BIOLOGY
  • 2017-08 JHB as a Collaborative Effort in JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BIOLOGY
  • 2017-02 Book Review in JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BIOLOGY
  • 2017 Cells, Development, and Evolution: Teeth Studies at the Intersection of Fields in THE DARWINIAN TRADITION IN CONTEXT
  • 2017 The First Century of Cell Theory: From Structural Units to Complex Living Systems in INTEGRATED HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
  • 2016-12 Garland Allen, Thomas Hunt Morgan, and Development in JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BIOLOGY
  • 2014-10 Alessandro Minelli and Thomas Pradeu (eds): Towards a theory of development in HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF THE LIFE SCIENCES
  • 2014-06 Understanding Embryos in a Changing and Complex World: A Case of Philosophers and Historians Engaging Society in ERKENNTNIS
  • 2013-02 Competing Views of Embryos for the Twenty-First Century: Textbooks and Society in SCIENCE & EDUCATION
  • 2011-12 “Organization” as Setting Boundaries of Individual Development in BIOLOGICAL THEORY
  • 2011-08-22 History and Philosophy of Science at Work: Making Regenerative Medicine Research Better in INTEGRATING HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
  • 2011 Charles Gillispie in the Digital Age in A MASTER OF SCIENCE HISTORY
  • 2010-02 The Embryo Project: An Integrated Approach to History, Practices, and Social Contexts of Embryo Research in JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BIOLOGY
  • 2009-05 Controlling Life: From Jacques Loeb to Regenerative Medicine in JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BIOLOGY
  • 2009-02 Regenerative Medicine in Historical Context in MEDICINE STUDIES
  • 2006-08 Systems Bioethics and Stem Cell Biology in JOURNAL OF BIOETHICAL INQUIRY
  • 2003-05 Ontogeny, anatomy, and the problem of homology: Carl Gegenbaur and the American tradition of cell lineage studies in THEORY IN BIOSCIENCES
  • 2003 Ontogeny, Anatomy, and the Problem of Homology: Carl Gegenbaur and the American Tradition of Cell Lineage Studies in THEORY IN BIOSCIENCES
  • 2001-12 On Cloning: Advocating History of Biology in the Public Interest in JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BIOLOGY
  • 2000-09 Old wine in new bottles in NATURE
  • 2000-06 ``Why Study History for Science?'' in BIOLOGY & PHILOSOPHY
  • 1994-01 Cutting edges cut both ways in BIOLOGY & PHILOSOPHY
  • 1991 The Origins of Entwicklungsmechanik in A CONCEPTUAL HISTORY OF MODERN EMBRYOLOGY
  • 1986-06 Introduction: Between ecology and evolutionary biology in JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BIOLOGY
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