1. Formation and Administration of the Collections of Literary and Scholarly Tablets in First Millennium Babylonia
2. The Textual Form of Knowledge: Occult Miscellanies in Ancient and Medieval Chinese Manuscripts, Fourth Century B.C. to Tenth Century A.D.
3. Sanskrit Scientific Libraries and Their Uses: Examples and Problems of the Early Modern Period
4. The French Jesuit Manuscripts on Indian Astronomy: The Narratology and Mystery Surrounding a Late Seventeenth – Early Eighteenth Century Project
5. Scientific Texts in Contest, 1600–1800
6. A Chinese Canon in Mathematics and Its Two Layers of Commentaries: Reading a Collection of Texts as Shaped by Actors
7. On Sanskrit Commentaries Dealing with Mathematics (Fifth–Twelfth Century)
8. Mesopotamian Metrological Lists And Tables:Forgotten Sources
9. What Shaped Our Corpuses of Astral and Mathematical Cuneiform Texts?
10. Knowledge and Practice of Mathematics in Late Ming Daily life Encyclopedias
11. Is the Lower Yangzi River Region the Only Seat of Medical Knowledge in Late Imperial China? A Glance at the Far South Region and at Its Medical Documents
12. Imperial Science Written in Manchu in Early Qing China: Does It Matter?
13. Sinification as Limitation: Minh Mạng’s Prohibition on Use of Nôm and the Resulting Marginalization of Nôm Medical Texts
C. Michele Thompson