1. Grounding Miasma, or Anticipating the Germ Theory of Disease in Victorian Cholera Satire
  2. Wietske Smeele
  3. pp. 15-27
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  1. Uncanny Anatomies/Figures of Wax
  2. Melissa Bailar
  3. pp. 29-53
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  1. Feeble Gods and Flawed Bioheroes The Walking Dead's Fictional Dr. Edwin Jenner and the Real CDC
  2. Kristine Larsen
  3. pp. 55-84
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  1. The Impossible "Pure Scientist" Travel, Representation, and the Self in Louis MacNeice's I Crossed the Minch
  2. Shannon Derby
  3. pp. 85-109
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  1. "Quel étranger ici ne se sent pas chez lui?": Leïla Marouane and the Pathology of Failed Integration
  2. Maria Vendetti
  3. pp. 111-136
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  1. "It's Painful to See Them Think" Wharton, Fin de Siècle Science, and the Authentication of Female Intelligence
  2. Sheila Liming
  3. pp. 137-160
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  1. The Scientization of Creativity: "Innovate or die!"
  2. Christopher Martiniano
  3. pp. 161-190
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  1. Adapted Brains and Imaginary Worlds: Cognitive Science and the Literature of the Renaissance by Donald Beecher (review)
  2. Emily Ruth Isaacson
  3. pp. 191-193
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  1. The Secret History of Wonder Woman by Jill Lepore (review)
  2. Leila McNeill
  3. pp. 195-198
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  1. Richard Ford and the Ends of Realism. by Ian McGuire (review)
  2. Jonathan Pountney
  3. pp. 199-203
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  1. The Meanings of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Lindsey Michael Banco (review)
  2. Anna Reser
  3. pp. 205-207
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  1. Optical Impersonality: Science, Images, and Literary Modernism by Christina Walter (review)
  2. Mark Schiebe
  3. pp. 209-212
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  1. Forensic Science in Contemporary American Popular Culture: Gender, Crime, and Science. by Lindsay Steenberg (review)
  2. Dana Schumacher-Schmidt
  3. pp. 213-216
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  1. The Poetics of Information Overload: From Gertrude Stein to Conceptual Writing. by Paul Stephens (review)
  2. Carl Watts
  3. pp. 217-220
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  1. Introduction: Arts & Sciences
  2. Erika Behrisch Elce
  3. pp. 7-14
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 221-222
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