Joan H. Fujimura

Joan H. Fujimura is Associate Professor and Henry R. Luce Professor of Biotechnology and Society in the Department of Anthropology and the Interdisciplinary Program in History and Philosophy of Science at Stanford University.

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Cover: Crafting Science: A Sociohistory of the Quest for the Genetics of CancerCrafting Science: A Sociohistory of the Quest for the Genetics of CancerFujimura, Joan H.E-DITION03/15/1997$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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A Lesson in German Military History with Peter Wilson

In his landmark book Iron and Blood: A Military History of the German-Speaking Peoples since 1500, acclaimed historian Peter H. Wilson offers a masterful reappraisal of German militarism and warfighting over the last five centuries, leading to the rise of Prussia and the world wars. Below, Wilson answers our questions about this complex history,