- Title Pages
- Inside Technology Series
- 1 Introduction: Beyond Imported Magic
- 2 Who Invented Brazil?
- 3 Innovation and Inclusive Development in the South: A Critical Perspective
- 4 Working with Care: Narratives of Invisible Women Scientists Practicing Forensic Genetics in Colombia
- 5 Ontological Politics and Latin American Local Knowledges
- 6 Technology in an Expanded Field: A Review of History ofTechnology Scholarship on Latin America in SelectedEnglish-Language Journals
- 7 South Atlantic Crossings: Fingerprints, Science, and the State in Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Argentina
- 8 Tropical Assemblage: The Soviet Large Panel in Cuba
- 9 Balancing Design: OLPC Engineers and ICT Translations at the Periphery
- 10 Translating Magic: The Charisma of One Laptop per Child’s XO Laptop in Paraguay
- 11 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology: How an Emerging Area on the Scientific Agenda of the Core Countries Has Been Adopted and Transformed in Latin America
- 12 Latin America as Laboratory: The Camera and the Yale PeruvianExpeditions
- 13 Bottling Atomic Energy: Technology, Politics, and the State in Peronist Argentina
- 14 Peaceful Atoms in Mexico
- 15 Neoliberalism as Political Technology: Expertise, Energy, and Democracy in Chile
- 16 Creole Interferences: A Conflict over Biodiversity and Ownership in the South of Brazil
- 17 The Juridical Hospital: Patient-Citizen-Consumers Claiming the Right to Health in Brazilian Courts
- Beyond Imported Magic
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