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Darwin, literature and Victorian respectability
1. Introduction: Darwinian science and Victorian respectability 2. Charles Darwin, Algernon Charles Swinburne and sexualised responses to evolution 3. John Tyndall, Walter Pater and theExpand
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Dictionary of nineteenth-century journalism in Great-Britain and Ireland
The Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism is a large-scale reference work covering the journalism industry in 19th century Britain. Its comprehensive representation of diverse facets of theExpand
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Women, Science and Culture: Science in the Nineteenth-century Periodical
The Victorian periodical press offers unique insights into many diverse areas of nineteenth-century experience, and the complex relations between gender, science and culture in particular, yet it hasExpand
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Literature and Science under the Microscope
From time to time, JVC will reflect on key interdisciplinary developments that suggest the potential for important strategic advancements in the field of Victorian Studies. Here, Gowan DawsonExpand
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Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical: Reading the Magazine of Nature
List of illustrations Preface 1. Introduction Gowan Dawson, Richard Noakes and Jonathan R. Topham Part I. Genres: 2. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement and Instruction and cheap miscellanies inExpand
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Show Me the Bone: Reconstructing Prehistoric Monsters in Nineteenth-Century Britain and America
Nineteenth-century paleontologists boasted that, shown a single bone, they could identify or even reconstruct the extinct creature it came from with infallible certainty--"Show me the bone, and IExpand
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Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical*
The article offers some reflections on the main findings of the ‘Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical’ (SciPer) project, as well as giving an overview of the growing field ofExpand
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Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the Nineteenth and Twenty-First Centuries
This Perspective article reflects on the recent launch of ‘Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the 19th and 21st Centuries’ (http://conscicom.org), a collaboration between theExpand
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