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This front matter section of the book Anglo-German Scholarly Networks in the Long Nineteenth Century contains the table of contents, and lists of illustrations and the contributors, and the acknowledgements. The book examines the reception of the Humboldtian university model in France and Britain, the popularization of science in Britain and Germany, the history of historiography in Britain and Germany, student life in Cambridge and Tübingen, Oxford and Heidelberg, and the different approaches of German engineers and British physicists in the field of aerodynamics.

Keywords: Anglo-German scholarly networks; Cambridge; France; Heidelberg; Oxford



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