- Title Pages
- Introduction: Writing the Transnational History of Science and Technology
Chapter OneRestricting the Transnational Movement of “Knowledgeable Bodies”
Chapter TwoExport Controls as Instruments to Regulate Knowledge Acquisition in a Globalizing Economy
Chapter ThreeCalifornia Cloning in French Algeria
Chapter FourModalities of Modernization
Chapter FiveTransnational Knowledge, American Hegemony
Chapter SixDispersed Sites
Chapter SevenBringing the Environment Back In
Chapter EightManuel Sandoval Vallarta
Chapter NineThe Officer’s Three Names
Chapter TenScientific Exchanges between the United States and Brazil in the Twentieth Century
Chapter ElevenThe Transnational Physical Science Study Committee
Chapter TwelveTechnical Assistance in Movement
Chapter ThirteenControlled Exchanges
- Afterword: Reflections on Writing the Transnational History of Science and Technology
- How Knowledge Moves
- University of Chicago Press
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