Frank Arthur John Lord James - Selected Publications#

The Correspondence of Michael Faraday (6 volumes, London, 1991-2012).

Michael Faraday: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford, 2010).

(With J.V. Field) Science in Art: Works in the National Gallery that illustrate the history of science and technology (Stanford in the Vale, 1997).

(With J.V. Field, editor) Renaissance and Revolution: Humanists, Scholars, Craftsmen and Natural Philosophers in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge, 1993, paperback, 1997).

'The Janus Face of Modernity: Michael Faraday in the Twentieth Century', The British Journal for the History of Science, 2008, 41: 477-516.

(with Anthony Peers) 'Constructing Space for Science at the Royal Institution of Great Britain', Physics in Perspective, 2007, 9: 130-85.

'How Big is a Hole?: The Problems of the Practical Application of Science in the Invention of the Miners’ Safety Lamp by Humphry Davy and George Stephenson in Late Regency England', Transactions of the Newcomen Society, 2005, 75: 175-227.

'An ‘open clash between Science and the Church’?: Wilberforce, Huxley and Hooker on Darwin at the British Association, Oxford, 1860' in David Knight and Matthew Eddy (editors), Science and Beliefs: From Natural Philosophy to Natural Science, 1700-1900, (Aldershot, 2005), pp.171-193.

'Davy, Faraday and Italian Science', Atti del IX Convegno Nazionale di Storia e Fondamenti della Chimica, (Modena 2001 [published 2002]]), pp.149-158.

'Science as a Cultural Ornament: Bunsen, Kirchhoff and Helmholtz in Mid-Nineteenth Century Baden', Ambix, 1995, 42: 1-9.
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