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Science serialized : representations of the sciences in nineteenth-century periodicals

@inproceedings{Cantor2004ScienceS,
  title={Science serialized : representations of the sciences in nineteenth-century periodicals},
  author={G. Cantor and S. Shuttleworth},
  year={2004}
}
  • G. Cantor, S. Shuttleworth
  • Published 2004
  • History
  • Nineteenth-century Britain saw an explosion of periodical literature, with the publication of over 100,000 different magazines and newspapers for a growing market of eager readers. The Victorian periodical press became an important medium for the dissemination of scientific ideas. Every major scientific advance in the nineteenth century was trumpeted and analyzed in periodicals ranging from intellectual quarterlies such as the Edinburgh Review to popular weeklies like the Mirror of Literature… CONTINUE READING
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