• Paper 1 Collins, H. M., (1975) `The Seven Sexes: A Study in the Sociology of a Phenomenon, or the Replication of Experiments in Physics’, Sociology, 9, 2, 205-224.
  • Paper 2 Collins, H. M., (1981) `Son of Seven Sexes: The Social Destruction of a Physical Phenomenon’, Social Studies of Science, 11, 33-62.
  • Paper 3 Part of Chapter 4 in: Collins, H. M., (1985) Changing Order: Replication and Induction in Scientific Practice, Beverley Hills & London: Sage. [Second Edition, with a new Afterword, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992]
  • Paper 4 Collins, H. M., (1998) `The Meaning of Data: Open and Closed Evidential Cultures in the Search for Gravitational Waves’, American Journal of Sociology, 104, 2, 293-337.
  • Paper 5 Collins, H. M., (1999) `Tantalus and the Aliens: Publications, Audiences and the Search for Gravitational Waves’, Social Studies of Science, 29, 2, 163-197.
  • Paper 7 `Growing Pains: LIGO becomes big science’ (To be published in Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences.)
  • Paper 8 `Social and Technical Integration in Data-Pooling in Physics’ (draft)
  • Paper 9 Collins, H. M. (2001) `Tacit Knowledge, Trust, and the Q of Sapphire’,Social Studies of Science, 31, 1, 71-85
  • Paper 10 Collins, H. M., (2003) `Lead Into Gold: The Science of Finding Nothing’, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 34, 4, 661-691

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