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Holy Horror: Medicine, Martyrs, and the Photographic Image 1860–1910

seen in the nineteenth-century anatomical illustration, med-i cal photographs were more closely aligned with those representations of the damaged body with aesthetic and moral as well as analytical attri

Historicist Audio Forensics: The Archive of Voices as Repository of Material and Conceptual Artefacts

. digital] link us to different archives, require different reading and analytical practices, and produce markedly different results’. Her essay proceeds to provide rich description and documentation of

Being Bella: Adventures in the Dickensian ‘Twittersphere’

has been a wonderful opportunity for collaboration with other Dickens enthusiasts, since a successful digital Bella relies on her chemistry with key characters such as @OMF_Rokesmith and her beloved Pa

‘All Touched my Hand’: Queenly Sentiment and Royal Prerogative

University Press , 2003), p. 14 3 I would like to thank my supervisor, Dr Holly Furneaux, for improving the clarity of this piece and also the external reviewer, who widened the analytical scope of the article

Nineteenth-Century Sculpture and the Imprint of Authenticity

Printing and its Potential Impact on Biotechnology and the Chemical Sciences’, Analytical Chemistry, 86 (2014), 3240–53. 38 Of course, many parallels exist. Like Conan Doyle’s sculpturing machine depicted in

Models for the Blind

large variety of the plant and animal kingdoms as well as objects and phenomena from physics, chemistry, geography, and eve e proceedings of the Copenhagen Institute for 1866–67 reported that one of the ... the century, the mapping of the blind touch reached its ultimate conclusion with the German psychologist Th eodor Heller, who proposed an influential distinction between analytical touch and synthetic

The Higher Spaces of the Late Nineteenth-Century Novel

established as something useful and practical to mathematicians. Within the frameworks of analytical geometric scenarios that mathematicians knew to be unrepresentative of physical space, results regarding

The Museum as 'Dream Space': Psychology and Aesthetic Response in George Eliot’s Middlemarch

(she would have known Wilkie Collins’s public letters to George Henry Lewes on the subject that appeared in the Leader in 1852).30 In 1851, William Gregory, Professor of Chemistry at Edinburgh

Darwin and Reductionisms: Victorian, Neo-Darwinian and Postgenomic Biologies

the most thorough acquaintance with physics, or chemistry, or general physiology will not enable you at once to establish the balance of life in your private vivarium, [...] so the most complete ... astronomy, physics, chemistry, and biology, instead taking social science outside science, and turns to natural history to open up a space for biology and social science that allows for indeterminacy. Lewes

Dickens in the City: Science, Technology, Ecology in the Novels of Charles Dickens

Michael Faraday which resulted, Dickens having procured Faraday’s lectures notes, in Percival Leigh writing two articles for Household Words – ‘The Chemistry of a Candle’ and ‘The Mysteries of a Tea-Kettle

Introduction: Dickens, Science and the Victorian Literary Imagination

two Household Words articles extolling Faraday’s insights (‘The Chemistry of a Candle’ and ‘The Mysteries of a Tea-Kettle’, 3 August and 16 November 1851) and demonstrating how scientific wonderment is

Melodrama and its Criticism: An Essay in Memory of Sally Ledger

rather than analytical mode, and its devaluation of both spoken and written language meant that it was fundamentally threatening to Victorian and early twentieth-century notions of Literature and Culture

Veiling the Mechanical Eye: Antoine Claudet and the Spectacle of Photography in Victorian London

demonstration of photography presented the photographic process as a performative act reduced to mechanical procedures of optics and chemistry. The public‘s eye dominated the attention of these institutions as

Dreaming of Cyborgs, Sex, and Catastrophe: Warwick's rush to the brink (and a note on Clayton's ‘policy arena')

Babbage‟s invention in 1834 of the „Analytical Engine‟, an automatic calculating machine that is arguably the world‟s first computer, as marking the genesis of their world.9 The role of John the Baptist

Introduction: Minds, Bodies, Machines

chemistry, presenting instead a spectacle of creativity and luxury. Hoping to obfuscate the commercial relationship between photographer and client, Claudet’s final studio – his ‘Temple of Photography’ on

Digital Culture, Materiality and Nineteenth-Century Studies

students to appreciate the materiality of things: The question how we are to learn is not less important than its companion what we are to learn. The youth who studies chemistry from books, however closely


into something higher; that matter is not what it appears; – that chemistry can blow it all into gas.2 The material imagination of the nineteenth century had to deal increasingly with what had previously ... remarkable discoveries made in the chemistry of gases at the end of the eighteenth century. Winsor’s inflammable air would have been easy to associate with the exhilarating gases investigated by Priestley

‘And Wot does the Catlog tell me?' Some Social Meanings of Nineteenth-Century Catalogues and Gallery Guides

analytical catalogues. In the curator Charles Robinson’s view: Catalogues full and complete, and also judiciously abridged, should be prepared, accompanied by historical and descriptive essays, and

Sentiment and Vision in Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol and The Cricket on the Hearth

Bertha is yet infantilised both by her father and by the framer of the narrative, both of whom appear to suggest that Bertha’s analytical or interpretative skills are no match for those of a seeing adult

Feeling Dickensian Feeling

,’ one wherein analytical attitudes pass from a state of judgement into a state of cognitive reflection that works through our senses rather than our minds. Egoic judgement is fuelled by ideology ... the law to the railways. While we rarely tolerate the sentimental Dickens today, such intolerance is annually frozen each Christmas. Festively suspended from our analytical selves, we are able to