1. State of the Unions Redux
  2. Rajani Sudan, Will Tattersdill
  3. pp. 255-258
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  1. As If: The Alternative Histories of Literature and Science
  2. Robert Markley
  3. pp. 259-268
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  1. Re: Configurations—A Shared Project for Literature and Science
  2. James W. Malazita
  3. pp. 269-275
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  1. Narrative: Common Ground for Literature and Science?
  2. Daniel Aureliano
  3. pp. 277-282
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  1. Decolonizing Literature and Science
  2. Josie Gill
  3. pp. 283-288
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  1. On Method in the Humanities
  2. Grant Wythoff
  3. pp. 289-295
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  1. Form across Literature, Science, and the Arts
  2. Jeanette Samyn
  3. pp. 297-302
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  1. "[Don't] Leave the Science Out": An Argument for the Necessary Pairing of Cognition and Culture
  2. Catherine Charlwood
  3. pp. 303-310
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  1. On the Influence of Literature on Science
  2. Sarah Dillon
  3. pp. 311-316
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  1. Cultivating Standards of Taste: "Aisthesis" in Liberal Arts and Science Pedagogy
  2. Christopher May, Ryan Wittingslow
  3. pp. 317-322
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  1. Alternative Genre: Audience, Assessment, Awareness
  2. Katherine Cottle, Mark Hiller
  3. pp. 323-336
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  1. Literature for Specific Purposes: A Literary Approach to Teaching Ethics in Science and Technology
  2. Kathryn Strong Hansen
  3. pp. 337-343
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  1. Teaching Literature and History of Medicine in the National Health Service
  2. Jessica Roberts
  3. pp. 345-351
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 353-356
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