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Raw Data is an Oxymoron
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This paper argues that ephemera is a key instrument of cultural memory, marking the things intended to be forgotten. This important role means that when ephemera survives, whether accidentally orExpand
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The Nineteenth-Century Press in the Digital Age
List of Illustrations Preface Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction: From Front Page to Home Page From the Margins and For the Margins: Studying the Nineteenth-Century Press TodayExpand
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Private practices and public knowledge: science, professionalization and gender in the late Nineteenth Century
The term “scientist” was rarely used in the nineteenth century, its practitioners preferring phrases such as “man of science” that better expressed subordination to scientific practice. (Ross, 65-85;Expand
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Selachians from the Early Eocene Kapurdi Formation (Fuller's Earth), Barmer District, Rajasthan
Based on well preserved isolated teeth, nine genera and twelve species of Eocene selachians (sharks and rays) are recorded and described from the Kapurdi Formation (Fuller's Earth) exposed in an openExpand
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Repetition: Or, “In Our Last”
This essay considers the relationship between sameness and difference that characterizes periodical publication. The newness of the current issue is predicated on its difference from its predecessor,Expand
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The Dynamics of Genre: Journalism and the Practice of Literature in Mid-Victorian Britain
our understanding of Browning’s poetry. Though Bailey is always a thoughtful reader, in my judgement, her book becomes less interesting as its focus shifts from Browning’s character to his publishedExpand
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Pandemic in print: the spread of influenza in the Fin de Siècle.
The rapid spread of the 1889-1890 influenza epidemic was widely reported in the periodical press. As Londoners read that another European capital had succumbed, they were struck that the illness wasExpand
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