Books reviewed, by reviewer

Here is a full list of books reviewed on the BSLS website, organized alphabetically by reviewer:

Will Abberley

Virginia Richter, Literature After Darwin

Alison Adam

Tim Lewens, Cultural Evolution: Conceptual Challenges

Jon Adams

Philip Coleman (ed), On Literature and Science

Paul Erickson, The World The Game Theorists Made

Peter Swirski, Of Literature and Knowledge

David Amigoni

Thomas Söderqvist (ed.), The History and Poetics of Scientific Biography

Terri Apter

Rosalind Ridley, Peter Pan and the Mind of J M Barrie: An Exploration of Cognition and Consciousness

Jayne Elizabeth Archer

Frédérique Aït-Touati, Fictions of the Cosmos

Elizabeth Askey

Howard Marchitello and Evelyn Tribble (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Early Modern Literature and Science

Mark Offord, Wordsworth and the Art of Philosophical Travel

Nicky Atkins

Judy A, Hayden (ed.), Literature in the Age of Celestial Discovery: From Copernicus to Flamsteed

Elaine Ayers

Richard D Fulton and Peter H Hoffenberg (eds), Oceania and the Victorian Imagination: Where All Things Are Possible

Jen Baker

Tom Solomon, Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Medicine

Treena Balds

Nicolás Salazar Sutil and Sita Popat (eds.), Digital Movement: Essays in Motion Technology and Performance

Teresa Barnard

Elizabeth Green Musselman, Nervous Conditions: Science and the Body Politic in Early Industrial Britain

Shani Bans

Jen E Boyle, Anamorphosis in Early Modern Literature

Eileen Reeves, Galileo's Glassworks: the Telescope and the Mirror

Nick Battey

Valeria Tinkler-Villani and C.C. Barfoot (eds.), Restoring the Mystery of the Rainbow: Literature’s Refraction of Science

David Beck

Judy Hayden (ed.), Travel Narratives, The New Science and Literary Discourse, 1569-1750

Ian F. A. Bell

Michael Golston, Rhythm and Race in Modernist Poetry and Science

Karl Bell

William Hughes, That Devil’s Trick: Hypnotism and the Victorian Popular Imagination

Tatiana Kontou and Sarah Willburn (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion to Nineteenth-Century Spiritualism and the Occult

Lucy Bending

Heike Bauer, English Literary Sexology

Huzan Bharucha

Ritch Calvin, Feminist Science Fiction and Feminist Epistemology: Four Modes

Sally Blackburn

Alex Murray, Landscapes of Decadence: Literature and Place at the Fin de Siècle

Abigail Boucher

Allan Ingram and Leigh Wetherall Dickson (eds.), Disease and Death in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture: Fashioning the Unfashionable

Alistair Brown

Mark L. Brake and Neil Hook, Different Engines: How Science Drives Fiction and Fiction Drives Science

Lydia H. Liu, The Freudian Robot

Marie-Laure Ryan, Narrative as Virtual Reality 2: Revisiting Immersion and Interactivity in Literature and Electronic Media

Dongshin Yi, A Genealogy of Cyborgothic

Hannah Brunning

Margareth Hagen and Margery Vibe Skagen, (eds.) Literature and Chemistry: Elective Affinities

Anna Brunton

Peter Burke, What Is the History of Knowledge?

Paul Keen, Literature, Commerce, and the Spectacle of Modernity, 1750-1800

Catherine Bryce

Tommy Dickinson, 'Curing Queers’: Mental Nurses and their Patients, 1935-74

Somogy Varga, Naturalism, Interpretation and Mental Disorder

Adelene Buckland

Rebekah Higgitt, Recreating Newton

Bernard Lightman and Aileen Fyfe (eds), Science in the Marketplace

Verity Burke

Gowan Dawson, Show Me the Bone: Reconstructing Prehistoric Monsters in Nineteenth-Century Britain and America

James Secord, Visions of Science: Books and Readers at the Dawn of the Victorian Age

Laurence Talairach-Vielmas, Wilkie Collins, Medicine and the Gothic

Angela Byrne

Teresa Barnard (ed.), British Women and the Intellectual World in the Long Eighteenth Century

Geoffrey Cantor

Jan Golinski, The Experimental Self: Humphry Davy and the Making of a Man of Science

Alison Cardinale

David Ward, Coleridge and the Nature of Imagination: Evolution, Engagement with the World, and Poetry

Conor Carville

Marjorie Perloff and Craig Dworkin (eds), The Sound of Poetry/The Poetry of Sound

Fani Cettl

John Rieder, Science Fiction and the Mass Cultural Genre System

Emily Chester

Joseph P. Huston, Marcos Nadal, Francisco Mora, Luigi F. Agnati and Camilo J. Cela-Conde (eds) Art, Aesthetics and the Brain

Carissa Chew

Richard Cleminson, Catholicism, Race and Empire: Eugenics in Portugal, 1900-1950

Farah Chowdhury

Rick Rylance, Literature and the Public Good

Susie Christensen

Anna Katharina Schaffner, Modernism and Perversion

Laura Salisbury and Andrew Shail (eds), Neurology and Modernity

Maggie Clark

Kathleen Frederickson, The Ploy of Instinct: Victorian Sciences of Nature and Sexuality in Liberal Governance

Markus Iseli, Thomas De Quincey and the Cognitive Unconscious

Daniel Clarke

John Seamon, Memory and Movies: What Films Can Teach Us about Memory

Neil Cocks

Arianne Baggerman and Rudolf Dekker, Child of the Enlightenment

Stephanie Codsi

Avihu Zakai, Jonathan Edwards's Philosophy of Nature: the Re-enchantment of the World in the Age of Scientific Reasoning

Jennifer Cole

John Bruni, Scientific Americans: The Making of Popular Science and Evolution in Early-Twentieth-Century U.S. Literature and Culture

Morven Cook

Peter Garratt (ed), The Cognitive Humanities: Embodied Mind in Literature and Culture

L J Cooper

Theresa M Kelley, Clandestine Marriage: Botany and Romantic Culture

Deric Corlew

Anne Stiles (ed.), Neurology and Literature, 1860-1920

Nicolas Correard

Christa Knellwolf King, Faustus and the Promises of New Science, c. 1580-1730

Henry S. Turner, Shakespeare's Double Helix

Kimberly Cox

Aviva Briefel, The Racial Hand in the Victorian Imagination

Peter J. Capuano, Changing Hands: Industry, Evolution, and the Reconfiguration of the Victorian Body

Rachel Crossland

Christina Alt, Virginia Woolf and the Study of Nature

Peter Bowler, Science for All

Gemma Curto

Ulrich Beck, The Metamorphosis of the World: How Climate Change Is Transforming Our Concept of the World

Juliana da Penha

Graham Harrison, The African Presence: Representations of Africa in the Construction of Britishness

Laura Daniels

Sharon Ruston (ed.), Literature and Science

Jane Darcy

Jenny Bourne Taylor and Sally Shuttleworth (eds), Embodied Selves: An Anthology of Psychological Texts, 1830-1890

Michelle Faubert, Rhyming Reason: The Poetry of the Romantic-Era Psychologists

Laurence Davies

Edward J. Ahearn, Urban Confrontations in Literature and Social Science, 1848-2001

Gillian Daw

Dometa Wiegand Brothers, The Romantic Imagination and Astronomy: On All Sides Infinity

Sarah Day

Ralph O'Connor, The Earth on Show: Fossils and the Poetics of Popular Science, 1802-1856

Simon de Bourcier

Clare Maniez (et al), Science and American Literature in the 20th and 21st Centuries 

Tielman de Villiers

Jeannette Baxter, Valerie Henitiuk and Ben Hutchinson (eds), A Literature of Restitution. Critical Essays on W G Sebald

Miriam Wallraven, Women Writers and the Occult in Literature and Culture: Female Lucifers, Priestesses, and Witches

Ariane de Waal

John Holmes and Sharon Ruston (eds), The Routledge Research Companion to Nineteenth-Century British Literature and Science

Folkert Degenring

Ryan Barnett and Serena Trowbridge (eds), Acts of Memory: The Victorians and Beyond

Margareth Hagen, Randi Koppen and Margery Vibe Skagen (eds), The Art of Discovery: Encounters in Literature and Science

Emily Derbyshire

Monica Matei-Chesnoiu, Re-imagining Western European Geography in English Renaissance Drama

Melissa Dickson

Tina Young Choi, Anonymous Connections: The Body and Narratives of the Social in Victorian Britain

Allen MacDuffie, Victorian Literature, Energy, and the Ecological Imagination

Kanta Dihal

Katherine Ebury, Modernism & Cosmology: Absurd Lights

Amanda Dillon

Paul Youngquist, Cyberfiction: After the Future

Michelle DiMeo

Lisa T. Sarasohn, The Natural Philosophy of Margaret Cavendish

Eleanor Dobson

Shawn Malley, From Archaeology to Spectacle in Victorian Britain: The Case of Assyria, 1845-1854

Theodora Domotor

Katja Guenther, Localization and its Discontents: A Genealogy of Psychoanalysis and the Neuro Disciplines

Laura Marcus, Dreams of Modernity: Psychoanalysis, Literature, Cinema

Mona Narain and Karen Gevirtz (eds.), Gender and Space in British Literature, 1660-1820

Evaldas Nekrašas, The Positive Mind: Its Development and Impact on Modernity and Postmodernity

Jennifer Phegley et al, (eds.), Transatlantic Sensations

B. M. Pietsch, Dispensational Modernism

Mathieu Donner

Paul Crawford, Brian Brown, Charley Baker, Victoria Tischler and Brian Abrams, Health Humanities

Roger Ebbatson

Harold Fromm, The Nature of Being Human

Liz Edwards

Shelley Trower, Rocks of Nation: The Imagination of Celtic Cornwall

Jim Endersby

James Elwick, Styles of Reasoning in the British Life Sciences

Jessica Evans

Catherine Packham, Eighteenth-Century Vitalism

Richard Fallon

Kirsten E. Shepherd-Barr, Theatre and Evolution from Ibsen to Beckett

Laura White, The Alice Books and the Contested Ground of the Natural World

Maria Zarimis, Darwin’s Footprint: Cultural Perspectives on Evolution in Greece (1880-1930s)

Michelle Faubert

Sharon Ruston, Shelley and Vitality

David Allan Feller

Philip Armstrong, What Animals Mean in the Fiction of Modernity

Christine Ferguson

David Amigoni, Colonies, Cults and Evolution

Gregory Radick, The Simian Tongue

Georgina Ferry

Howard Marchitello, The Machine in the Text: Science and Literature in the Age of Shakespeare and Galileo

Veronica Fibisan

Tom Bristow, The Anthropocene Lyric: an Affective Geography of Poetry, Person, Place

Charlotte Fiehn

Will Abberley, English Fiction and the Evolution of Language, 1850-1914

Suzanne Bailey, Cognitive Style and Perceptual Difference in Browning’s Poetry

Wyatt Bonikowski, Shell Shock and the Modernist Imagination: The Death Drive in Post-World War I British Fiction

Paul Budra and Clifford Werier (eds), Shakespeare and Consciousness

Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet, The Poetics and Politics of the American Gothic

J D Fleming

Craig Martin, Subverting Aristotle: Religion, History and Philosophy in Early Modern Science

Katherine Ford

Victoria Flanagan, Technology and Identity in Young Adult Fiction: The Posthuman Subject

Melanie Keene, Science in Wonderland: The Scientific Fairytales of Victorian Britain

George Levine, Darwin the Writer

Samuel J Redman, Bone Rooms: From Scientific Racism to Human Prehistory in Museums

Will Tattersdill, Science, Fiction and the Fin-de-Siècle Periodical Press

Kaja Franck

Johan Höglund, The American Imperial Gothic: Popular Culture, Empire, Violence

Xavier Aldana Reyes, Body Gothic: Corporeal Transgression in Contemporary Literature and Horrror Film

Ágnes Füzessy-Bonácz

Lucinda Cole, Imperfect Creatures: Vermin, Literature and the Sciences of Life, 1600-1740

Tim Fulford

Richard Holmes, The Age of Wonder

Noel Jackson, Science and Sensation in Romantic Poetry

Christa Knellwolf and Jane Goodall (eds), Frankenstein's Science

Danny Gabelman

Stephanie Shirilan, Robert Burton and the Transformative Powers of Melancholy

Peter Garratt

Anna Henchman, The Starry Sky Within: Astronomy and the Reach of the Mind in Victorian Literature

Shelley Trower, Senses of Vibration

Laurie Garrison

Ian Burney, Poison, Detection and the Victorian Imagination

Victoria Carroll, Science and Eccentricity

Kate Gath

Charis Charalampous, Rethinking the Mind-Body Relationship in Early Modern Literature, Philosophy and Medicine

Kate Gazzard

Meegan Kennedy, Revising the Clinic: Vision and Representation in Victorian Medical Narrative and the Novel

Sam George

Leah Knight, Of Books and Botany in Early Modern England

Marion Gibson

Christine Ferguson, Determined Spirits

Josie Gill

Clare Hanson, Eugenics, Literature and Culture in Post-war Britain

Barri Gold

Bruce Clarke with Manuela Rossini (eds), The Routledge Companion to Literature and Science

Tamara Ketabgian, The Lives of Machines

Gregory Tate, The Poet's Mind

Helen Goodman

Michael S. Pardo and Dennis Patterson, Minds, Brains, and Law: The Conceptual Foundations of Law and Neuroscience

James Green

Karin Koehler, Thomas Hardy and Victorian Communication: Letters, Telegrams and Postal Systems

Dewin Griffiths

Timothy Morton, Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence

Sarah Hanks

Rachel Ablow, Victorian Pain

Mark Frost, The Lost Companions and John Ruskin’s Guild of St George: A Revisionary History

Martin Willis (ed.), Staging Science: Scientific Performance on Street, Stage and Screen

Judy A. Hayden

Elizabeth Spiller, Science, Reading, and Renaissance Literature

Jason David Hall

John Holmes, Darwin's Bards

Jason R. Rudy, Electric Meters: Victorian Physiological Poetics

Jenni Halpin

Elizabeth Leane, Reading Popular Physics

Felicity Henderson

Juliet Cummins and David Burchell (eds), Science, Literature and Rhetoric in Early Modern England

Niall Hodgson

Dirk van Miert (ed.), Communicating Observations in Early Modern Letters (1500-1675): Epistolography and Epistemology in the Age of the Scientific Revolution

Rachel Holland

Patrick Parrinder, Utopian Literature and Science: From the Scientific Revolution to Brave New World and Beyond

Joe Holloway

Wendy Moore, The Mesmerist: The Society Doctor Who Held Victorian London Spellbound

Scott Selisker, Human Programming: Brainwashing, Automatons and American Unfreedom

Jonathan Strauss, Human Remains: Medicine, Death and Desire in Nineteenth-Century Paris

John Holmes

Brian Boyd, On the Origin of Stories

Brian Boyd, Why Lyrics Last: Evolution, Cognition, and Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Gowan Dawson and Bernard Lightman (eds), Victorian Science and Literature (8 vols)

Eve-Marie Engels and Thomas F. Glick (eds), The Reception of Charles Darwin in Europe , vols 1 and 2

Jonathan Gottschall, The Rape of Troy: Evolution, Violence and the World of Homer

Peter W. Graham, Jane Austen and Charles Darwin

Devin Griffiths, The Age of Analogy: Science and Literature between the Darwins

George Levine, Darwin Loves You

George Levine, Realism, Ethics and Secularism

Clinton Machann, Masculinity in Four Victorian Epics: A Darwinist Reading

Martin Priestman, The Poetry of Erasmus Darwin: Enlightened Spaces, Romantic Times

Nicholas Ruddick, The Fire in the Stone: Prehistoric Fiction from Charles Darwin to Jean M. Auel

Julia Hoydis

Amitav Ghosh, The Great Derangement. Climate Change and the Unthinkable

Irmtraud Huber

Peter de Bolla, The Architecture of Concepts: The Historical Formation of Human Right

Janina Wellmann, The Form of Becoming. Embryology and the Epistemology of Rhythm, 1760-1830

Rowland Hughes

Maureen Tuthill, Health and Sickness in the Early American Novel: Social Affection and Eighteenth-Century Medicine

Mark Hutchings

Avner Ben-Zaken, Cross-Cultural Scientific Exchanges in the Eastern Mediterranean, 1560–1660

Helena Ifill

Laurie Garrison, Science, Sexuality and Sensation Novels

John Glendening, The Evolutionary Imagination in Late-Victorian Novels

Jordan Kistler, Arthur O’Shaughnessy, A Pre-Raphaelite Poet in the British Museum

Katherine Inglis

Jill L. Matus, Shock, Memory and the Unconscious in Victorian Fiction

Allan Ingram

Gregory Lynall, Swift and Science 

Moritz Ingwerson

Ronald R Kline, The Cybernetics Moment: Or Why We Call Our Age the Information Age

Peter Middleton, Physics Envy: American Poetry and Science in the Cold War and After

C. M. Jackson-Houlston

M. M. Mahood, The Poet as Botanist

Louise Benson James

Jane Ford, Kim Edwards Keates, and Patricia Pulham (eds), Economies of Desire at the Victorian Fin de Siècle: Libidinal Lives

Alice Jenkins

Barri J. Gold, ThermoPoetics: Energy in Victorian Literature and Science

Peter Johnston

Stephen H. Blackwell, The Quill and the Scalpel: Nabokov's Art and the Worlds of Science

Chisomo Kalinga

John Slater, Maríaluz López-Terrada and José Pardo-Tomás (eds)Medical Cultures of the Early Modern Spanish Empire

Melanie Keene

Sally Shuttleworth, The Mind of the Child: Child Development in Literature, Science, and Medicine, 1840-1900

Barbara Kennedy

Lynne Bruckner and Daniel Brayton (eds), Ecocritical Shakespeare

Katherine Hodgkin (ed.), Women, Madness and Sin in Early Modern England: The Autobiographical Writings of Dionys Fitzherbert

David Houston Wood, Time, Narrative, and Emotion in Early Modern England

Megan Kenny

Eric R Kandel, Reductionism in Art and Brain Science: Bridging the Two Cultures

Candice Kent

Laura Brown, Homeless Dogs and Melancholy Apes: Humans and Other Animals in the Modern Literary Imagination

Marie Kent

Cecilia Björkén-Nyberg, The Player Piano and the Edwardian Novel

Caroline King

Justin D Edwards (ed.), Technologies of the Gothic in Literature and Culture: Technogothics

David Kaiser and W Patrick McCray, eds, Groovy Science: Knowledge, Innovation and American Counterculture

J P Telotte & Gerald Duchovnay, eds, Science Fiction, Double Feature: The Science Fiction Film as Cult Text

Helen King

Elaine Hobby (ed.), The Birth of Mankind

Jordan Kistler

Marc Flandreau, Anthropologists in the Stock Exchange: a Financial History of Victorian Britain

Megan Kitching

Evan Gottlieb and Juliet Shields, (eds.) Representing Place in British Literature and Culture, 1660–1830: From Local to Global

Rebecca Klette

Francesco Cassata, Building the New Man: Eugenics, Racial Science and Genetics in Twentieth-Century Italy

Leah Knight

Jean Feerick and Vin Nardizzi (eds), The Indistinct Human in Renaissance Literature

James Dougal Fleming (ed.), The Invention of Discovery, 1500-1700

R. S. Koppen

Colette Colligan and Margaret Linley (eds), Media, Technology, and Literature in the Nineteenth Century

Alex Goody, Technology, Literature and Culture

Erin Lafford

Dewey W. Hall, Romantic Naturalists, Early Environmentalists: An Ecocritical Study, 1789-1912

Gurpinder Lalli

Daniel Dor, The Instruction of Imagination: Language as a Social Communication Technology

Travis Lau

Daniel Brown, The Poetry of Victorian Scientists: Style, Science and Nonsense

Nick Lavery

Michael Burke and Emily T Troscianko (eds), Cognitive Literary Science: Dialogues between Literature and Cognition

Clark Lawlor

James Robert Allard, Romanticism, Medicine and the Poet's Body

Katherine Byrne, Tuberculosis and the Victorian Literary Imagination

Catherine J W Lee

Erik Parens, Shaping Our Selves: On Technology, Flourishing and a Habit of Thinking

George Levine

Brian Boyd, On the Origin of Stories

Bernard Lightman

Alice Jenkins, Space and the 'March of Mind': Literature and the Physical Sciences in Britain, 1815-1850

Deborah Lilley

Kathryn St. Ours, Where Science and Literature Meet: The Earthy Writing of Jean-Loup Trassard

Adam Lively

Gillian Beer, Alice in Space: The Sideways Victorian World of Lewis Carroll

Catriona Livingstone

Angelique Richardson (ed), After Darwin: Animals, Emotions, and the Mind

Gregory Lynall

Jonathan Sawday, Engines of the Imagination

Ann Loveridge

Anne DeWitt, Moral Authority, Men of Science and the Victorian Novel

David Lowther

Tobias Menely, The Animal Claim: Sensibility and the Creaturely Voice

Laura Ludtke

Alexander Pollatsek and Rebecca Treiman (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Reading

Neil MacFarlane

Katharina Boehm, Charles Dickens and the Sciences of Childhood: Popular Medicine, Child Health and Victorian Culture

Máire MacNeill

Julie Peakman, Amatory Pleasures: Explorations in Eighteenth-Century Sexual Culture

Andrew Mangham

Benjamin Reiss, Theaters of Madness: Insane Asylums and Nineteenth-Century American Culture

Tabitha Sparks, The Doctor in the Victorian Novel

Ben Masters-Stevens

Karen Bourrier, The Measure of Manliness: Disability and Masculinity in the Mid-Victorian Novel

Andrew Sloane, Vulnerability and Care: Christian Reflections on the Philosophy of Medicine

Stuart Mathieson

Stefaan Blancke, Hans Henrik Hjermitslev, and Peter C. Kjærgaard (eds), foreword by Ronald L. Numbers, Creationism In Europe 

Steven McLean

Michael Page, The Literary Imagination from Erasmus Darwin to H. G. Wells

Kirk Melnikoff

Robert Greene's Planetomachia, ed. by Nandini Das

Peter Middleton

Sean Miller, Strung Together: The Cultural Currency of String Theory as a Scientific Imaginary

Bryan Walpert, Resistance to Science in Contemporary American Poetry

Lina Minou

Natalie M Phillips, Distraction: Problems of Attention in Eighteenth-Century Literature

Alanna Skuse, Constructions of Cancer in Early Modern England: Ravenous Natures

Amanda Mordavsky Caleb

Kirstie Blair, Victorian Poetry and the Culture of the Heart

L. S. Jacyna, Medicine and Modernism

Kathleen Morris

Nicholas Daly, The Demographic Imagination and the Nineteenth-Century City : Paris, London, New York

Mary Morrissey

Kevin Killeen, Biblical scholarship, science and politics in early modern England: Thomas Browne and the thorny place of knowledge

Wesley Morrison

Elissa Marder, The Mother in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction Psychoanalysis, Photography, Deconstruction

Richard Moss

Simon de Bourcier, Pynchon and Relativity: Narrative Time in Thomas Pynchon's Later Novels

Caroline Mosser

Esther L. Jones, Medicine and Ethics in Black Women’s Speculative Fiction

Ewa Barbara Luczak, Breeding and Eugenics in the American Literary Imagination: Hereditary Rules in the Twentieth Century

Katy Mullin

Vike Plock, Joyce, Medicine, and Modernity

Jennifer Munroe

Jo Wallwork and Paul Salzman (eds), Early Modern Englishwomen Testing Ideas

Rachel Murray

Trevor Dodman, Shell Shock, Memory, and the Novel in the Wake of World War I

Oliver Neto

Mark S Morrisson, Modernism, Science, and Technology

Harriet Newnes

Dermot Coleman, George Eliot and Money: Economics, Ethics and Literature

Michael Lundblad (ed.), Animalities: Literary and Cultural Studies Beyond the Human

Ellen Nicholls

Jeremy Davies, Bodily Pain in Romantic Literature

Paul Ohler

Jeanette Eileen Jones and Patrick B. Sharp (eds), Darwin in Atlantic Cultures

Margaret Olszewski

Samantha George, Botany, Sexuality and Women's Writing

Angela P Pacheco

Marco Catani and Stefano Sandrone, Brain Renaissance: From Vesalius to Modern Neuroscience

Mary Thomas Crane, Losing touch with Nature: Literature and the New Science in Sixteenth-Century England

Lorraine Ryan, Memory and Spatiality in Post-Millennial Spanish Narrative

Patrick Parrinder

Robert Crossley, Imagining Mars

Frank McConnell, The Science of Fiction and the Fiction of Science

Adam Roberts, The History of Science Fiction

Mat Paskins

Sheila Jasanoff and Sang-Hyun Kim, eds, Dreamscapes of Modernity: Sociotechnical Imaginaries and the Fabrication of Power

Colleen Marie Pauza

Graeme Gooday, Domesticating Electricity

Neil Pemberton

Alison Adam, A History of Forensic Science

Monika Pietrzak-Franger

Isobel Armstrong, Victorian Glassworlds

Vike Plock

Charlotte Sleigh, Literature and Science

Jonathan Potter

Marit Grøtta, Baudelaire's Media Aesthetics: The Gaze of the Flâneur and Nineteenth-Century Media

Rachel Potter

Lara Vetter, Modernist Writings and Religio-Scientific Discourse: H.D., Loy, and Toomer

Rosalind Powell

Brad Pasanek, Metaphors of Mind: An Eighteenth-Century Dictionary

Stella Pratt-Smith

Bernard Lightman, Victorian Popularizers of Science

Katy Price

Robert Crawford (ed.), Contemporary Poetry and Contemporary Science

Andrew Radford

Pamela Gossin, Thomas Hardy's Novel Universe

Amber K. Regis

Bernhard Kuhn, Autobiography and Natural Science in the Age of Romanticism

Romén Reyes-Peschl

Zygmunt Bauman and Riccardo Mazzeo, In Praise of Literature

Matthew Escobar, The Persistence of the Human: Consciousness, Meta-body and Survival in Contemporary Film and Literature

Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, Borges and Memory

Janine Rogers

Charlotte Sleigh, Six Legs Better

Karen Smyth, Imaginings of Time in Lydgate and Hoccleve’s Verse

Evan C Rothera

David Spanagel, DeWitt Clinton and Amos Eaton: Geology and Power in Early New York

Charlotte Royle

Ute Frevert et al., Emotional Lexicons: Continuity and Change in the Vocabulary of Feeling 1700-2000

Curtis Runstedler

Stephen Pender and Nancy S. Struever (eds.), Rhetoric and Medicine in Early Modern Europe 

Federico Sabatini

Ulrika Maude, Beckett, Technology and the Body

Kathryn St. Ours

Paul B. Armstrong, How Literature Plays with the Brain

Hilary Rose and Steven Rose, Can Neuroscience Change Our Minds?

Jessica Roberts

Yasmin Solomonescu , John Thelwall and the Materialist Imagination

Courtney Salvey

Kevin Binfield, ed, Writings of the Luddites

David N. Livingstone, Dealing with Darwin: Place, Politics, and Rhetoric in Religious Engagements with Evolution

Stuart Peterfreund, Turning Points in Natural Theology from Bacon to Darwin: The Way of the Argument from Design

Eckart Voigts, Barbara Schaff and Monika Pietrzak-Franger (eds.), Reflecting on Darwin

Eleanor Sandry

Wendy Beth Hyman (ed.), The Automaton in English Renaissance Literature

Kalika Sands

Christopher Hamlin, More Than Hot: A Short History of Fever

Kelly Sultzbach, Ecocriticism in the Modernist Imagination: Forster, Woolf, and Auden

Neeraja Sankaran

Ayesha Ramachandran, The Worldmakers: Global Imagining in Early Modern Europe

Vivek Santayana

Gary B. Ferngren, Medicine and Religion: a Historical Introduction

Graham Harman, Immaterialism: Objects and Social Theory

Ben Marsden et al (eds.) Uncommon Contexts: Encounters Between Science and Literature, 1800-1914

Kameron Sanzo

Emelyne Godfrey (ed), Utopias and Dystopias in the Fiction of H.G. Wells and William Morris: Landscape and Space

Denise Saul

Tuire Valkeakari, Precarious Passages: The Diasporic Imagination in Contemporary Black Anglophone Fiction

Justin Sausman

Karl Bell, The Magical Imagination: Magic and Modernity in Urban England 1780-1914

Jonathan Sawday

J D Fleming, The Mirror of Information in Early Modern England: John Wilkins and the Universal Character

Vanessa Schmitt

Larry Duffy, Flaubert, Zola, and the Incorporation of Disciplinary Knowledge

Rosa Mucignat, Realism and Space in the Novel, 1795-1869: Imagined Geographies

Richard Sha

Gavin Budge, Romanticism, Medicine and the Natural Supernatural: Transcendent Vision and Bodily Spectres, 1789-1852

John Shanahan

Henry S. Turner, The English Renaissance Stage: Geometry, Poetics, and the Practical Spatial Arts 1580-1630

Kirsten Shepherd-Barr

Harry W. Paul, Henri de Rothschild, 1872-1947: Medicine and Theater

David E. Shuttleton

Clark Lawlor, Consumption and Literature

Charlotte Sleigh

Deborah Denenholz Morse and Martin A. Danahay (eds), Victorian Animal Dreams

Ann Kennedy Smith

Anne Green, Changing France: Literature and Material Culture in the Second Empire

Valerie Purton (ed), Darwin, Tennyson and Their Readers: Explorations in Victorian Literature and Science

Lisa Wynne Smith

Bernadette Höfer, Psychosomatic Disorders in Seventeenth-Century French Literature

Richard Somerset

Peter Garratt, Victorian Empiricism

Ian Hesketh, The Science of History in Victorian Britain

Ashley Somogyi

Alexander Dick, Romanticism and the Gold Standard: Money, Literature and Economic Debate in Britain 1790-1830

Victoria Sparey

Kaara L. Peterson, Popular Medicine, Hysterical Disease, and Social Controversy in Shakespeare's England

David Stack

Gowan Dawson, Darwin, Literature and Victorian Respectability

Cannon Schmitt, Darwin and the Memory of the Human

Lindsey Stewart

Suzanne Keen, Thomas Hardy's Brains: Psychology, Neurology, and Hardy's Imagination

David Stewart

John Rignall et al (eds.), Ecology and the Literature of the British Left

Kelley Swain

Rae Beth Gordon, Dances with Darwin, 1875-1910

Anne Stiles, Popular Fiction and Brain Science in the Late Nineteenth Century

Adrian Tait

Vicky Albritton and Fredrik Albritton Jonsson, Green Victorians: The Simple Life in John Ruskin’s Lake District

Helena Feder, Ecocriticism and the Idea of Culture: Biology and the Bildungsroman

Jon Klancher, Transfiguring the Arts and Sciences: Knowledge and Cultural Institutions in the Romantic Age

Sam Solnick, Poetry and the Anthropocene: Ecology, Biology and Technology in Contemporary British and Irish Poetry

Hubert Zapf, Literature as Cultural Ecology: Sustainable Texts

Will Tattersdill

Mark Bould and Sherryl Vint, The Routledge Concise History of Science Fiction

Keith Brooke (ed.), Strange Divisions & Alien Territories

Bernard Lightman and Bennett Zon (eds.), Evolution and Victorian Culture

Adam Teall

Bruce Clarke and Manuela Rossini (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Literature and the Posthuman

Doreen Thierauf

Terence Cave, Thinking with Literature: Towards a Cognitive Criticism

Anna Kornbluh, Realizing Capital: Financial and Psychic Economies in Victorian Form

Deborah Lupton, The Quantified Self

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