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Holding the Eel of Science by the Tail: Women's Sociability in the Eighteenth-Century British Scientific World
In eighteenth-century Britain, intellectual and scientific activities were primarily organized through the operations of formal societies; however, these scientific societies did not admit women as members. Despite this, ...
England's Domestic Chemists: Science and Consumerism in Eighteenth-Century Recipe Collections
This thesis examines the role of eighteenth-century recipe collections within a social milieu fixated on natural philosophy and experimental discovery. As medical sources, recipe collections have allowed historians to ...