Special Issue: Heredity and Evolution in an Ibero-American Context

Perspectives on Science 28 (2):119-126 (2020)
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Abstract

The history of science within the Ibero-American context has not received significant attention from historians of science. In the case of historical studies of science in Spain and Latin America, research has primarily been carried out under the umbrella of “centers and peripheries,” indicating that despite their historiographical and epistemological importance, narratives on science within certain national contexts have analytical limitations. Recent research has indicated a need to reconstruct transnational stories that account for how knowledge produced in developing countries forms part of the circulation of international knowledge via international networks of collaboration. This perspective enables the...

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