- Title Pages
- Citations and Abbreviations
- A Note to the Reader
- Introduction Who Is a “Scientist”?
- Chapter One <i>Nature</i>’s Shifting Audience, 1869–1875
- Chapter Two <i>Nature</i>’s Contributors and the Changing of Britain’s Scientific Guard, 1872–1895
- Chapter Three Defining the “Man of Science” in <i>Nature</i>
- Chapter Four Scientific Internationalism and Scientific Nationalism
- Chapter Five <i>Nature</i>, Interwar Politics, and Intellectual Freedom
- Chapter Six “It Almost Came Out on Its Own”
- Chapter Seven <i>Nature</i>, the Cold War, and the Rise of the United States
- Chapter Eight “Disorderly Publication”
- Making "Nature"
- University of Chicago Press
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