The epilogue examines the history of phrenology in early twentieth-century China. In doing so, it argues that global history can help us rethink both the geography and the chronology of the history of science. The chapter also develops a broader argument about the writing of global history. It suggests that global intellectual histories need to be grounded much more firmly in material culture.
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