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Volume 5, Number 1, 2011

Table of Contents

Editor's Note and the List of Acknowledgment and Appreciation

pp. 1-3

Introduction

pp. 5-10

Philosophy of Science and Science Studies in the West: An Unrecognized Convergence

pp. 11-26

Introduction

The STS Challenge to Philosophy of Science in Taiwan

pp. 27-48

A Response to "The STS Challenge to Philosophy of Science in Taiwan"

pp. 49-51

A Response to "The STS Challenge to Philosophy of Science in Taiwan"

pp. 53-55

Philosophy of Science and STS in China: From Coexistence to Separation

pp. 57-66

Advantages and Disadvantages: Some Reflections on Philosophy and STS Studies in Mainland China

pp. 67-72

The Big-Bag Tradition of Science Studies in Mainland China

pp. 73-78

The Entailments of Exchange

pp. 81-86

In the Science Zone II: The Fore, Papua New Guinea, and the Fight for Representation

pp. 87-102

Turning Postcolonial Historians into White Men?

pp. 103-105

Queer Science, the Writer's Sorcery, and the Postcolonial Question

pp. 107-111

Book Reviews

Ke xue zhe xue li lun yu li shi [Philosophy of Science: A Theoretical and Historical Introduction] (review)

pp. 113-115

Xing bie shen ti yu yi liao [Gender, Body, and Medicine] (review)

pp. 117-121

Disease, Colonialism, and the State: Malaria in Modern East Asian History (review)

pp. 123-125