restricted access   Volume 6, Number 4, 2012

Table of Contents

Subject Index: Volume 6

pp. 1-3

Editor’s Note: Past and Future

pp. 437-439

Subject Issue on “What Is Distinctive East Asian STS: Method, Assemblages, or Theories?”
Guest Editors: Ruey-Lin Chen and Daiwie Fu

Discovering Distinctive East Asian STS: An Introduction

pp. 441-443

Asia as Method in Science and Technology Studies

pp. 445-451

Rethinking the East Asian Distinction: An Example of Taiwan’s Harm Reduction Policy

pp. 453-464

A Voyage to East Asian STS Theories; or, What Might Make an STS Theory East Asian

pp. 465-485

General Commentaries

Doing East Asian STS Is Like Feeling an Elephant, and That Is a Good Thing

pp. 487-491

Theory and Community in STS

pp. 493-495

General Article

Governing Discourses of Stem Cell Research: Actors, Strategies, and Narratives in the United Kingdom and South Korea

pp. 497-518

Panel Discussion
The Semicentennial of The Structure of Scientific Revolutions and East Asian STS

The Normal Scientific Point of View of Practicing Scientists

pp. 519-525

The First Fifty Years of The Structure of Scientific Revolutions in Mainland China

pp. 527-532

Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions in South Korea

pp. 533-539

Kuhn’s Structure of Scientific Revolutions and Developments of History and Philosophy of Science and Science and Technology Studies in Taiwan: A Short Story

pp. 541-547

Thomas Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions and Early Social Studies of Science in Japan

pp. 549-554

The Structure of Scientific Revolutions and STS Studies in Mainland China

pp. 555-559

Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions in East Asia, Expanded

pp. 561-567

Book Reviews

Eating Rice from Bamboo Roots: The Social History of a Community of Handicraft Papermakers in Rural Sichuan, 1920–2000 (review)

pp. 569-571

Renlei wenming de bengjie yu chongsheng: Quan qiu fangyi zhuanjia, Niujin daxue Make Halisen (Mark Harrison) jiaoshou fangtanlu 人類文明的崩解與重生:全球防疫專家 牛津大學馬克 ・哈里森 Mark Harrison 教授訪談錄 [ Breakdown or Breakthrough? Interviews with an Expert on Epidemics, Oxford University Professor Mark Harrison] (review)

pp. 573-575

Nüren de zhongguo yiliao shi: Han Tang zhi jian de jiankang zhaogu yu xingbie 女人的中國醫療史 漢唐之間的建康照顧與性別 [A Woman’s History of Chinese Medicine and Healing: Health Care and Gender in the Han to Tang Dynasties] (review)

pp. 577-580

Medicine and Society in Late Imperial China: A Study of Physicians in Suzhou, 1600–1850 (review)

pp. 581-584

Speaking of Epidemics in Chinese Medicine: Disease and the Geographic Imagination in Late Imperial China (review)

pp. 585-588