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Pamela McElwee

transported” (2002: 251). Social scientists have paid attention in recent years to this science of measurement, or “metrology” ( Latour 1987 ). Metrology operates as an enterprise that allows scientific knowledge to travel and be replicated; in other words

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Dan Brockington

creative and organizing project that co-produces the very world it aspires to describe. Theodore Porter (1994) is quite clear on this. Understanding measurement (this discipline is called metrology) is not just about how measurement describes society and

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Injury and Measurement

Jacob Grimm on Blood Money and Concrete Quantification

Anna Echterhölter

on historical epistemology of economic practices is emerging ( Dommann et al. 2014 ). Studies engaging critically with infrastructures ( Schabacher 2013: 138 ) and state administration ( Scott 1998: 31 ) frequently identify metrology and the

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Hendrik Paasche, Katja Paasche, and Peter Dietrich

. Hoffmann , Ruth , and Peter Dietrich . 2004 . “ An Approach to Determine Equivalent Solutions to the Geoelectrical 2D Inversion Problem .” Journal of Applied Geophysics 56 ( 2 ): 79 – 91 . JCGM (Joint Committee for Guides in Metrology) . 2012

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Blood and the City

Animal Representations and Urban (Dis)orders during the ‘Feast of the Sacrifice’ in Istanbul and Khartoum

Alice Franck, Jean Gardin, and Olivier Givre

from the different information or social media: they came from the new educational campaign launched by SSMO (Sudanese Standards and Metrology Organization) concerning the ‘good practice’ of sacrifice. As a national institution devoted to the definition