James Croll’s navigation of scientific societies

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Scientific societies played a crucial role in the emergence of a professional culture of science in Britain in the mid- to late-19th Century. Laura Brassington discusses how James Croll’s participation in scientific societies reflected his strategic pursuit of a vision of science set apart from party or societal affiliation.

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