Extraction with Restraint: Data Practices in Eighteenth-Century Mining
Holding back for future gain: How archives and bureaucracy aided “sustainable” investment strategies in Amsterdam and Saxony.
Furnishing an Apt Response: Language, Interpretation, and Bureaucratic Knowledge in Early Modern Korea
In Chosŏn Korea, good interpreters required knowledge and skills that went far beyond language learning: their unique practices allowed them to navigate a both rigid and volatile bureaucracy.
Ideal-Type? Style Icons! New Histories of Bureaucratic Knowledge
Nine case studies explore how institutions, and people interacting with them, made sense of their own administered worlds.