AO: In this 2010 article, Helen Tilley argues, like Schumaker, for a field-based approach to studying colonial science and argues that vernacular science is an important area of study to study the situated nature of colonial science and the role that scientists and researchers play as (cultural?) intermediaries who define the parameters of science.
Helen Tilley, "Tilley, Helen. 2010. “Global Histories, Vernacular Science, and African Genealogies; or, Is the History of Science Ready for the World?” Isis 101 (1): 110–19. ", contributed by Angela Okune, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 6 August 2018, accessed 1 July 2022. https://stsinfrastructures.org/content/tilley-helen-2010-“global-histories-vernacular-science-and-african-genealogies-or-history