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Agger, Ben. Postponing the Postmodern: Sociological Practices, Selves, and Theories. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002.
Keywords: philosophy | postmodernism | social sciences | theory
  
Anderson, Charles M., and Martha Montello. “The Reader’s Response and Why It Matters in Biomedical Ethics.” In Charon (Collections): pp. 85-96.
Keywords: ethics | medicine | rhetoric of science | theory
  
Barber, Stephen M., and David L. Clark. “Queer Moments: The Performative Temporalities of Eva Kosfsky Sedgwick.” In Barber (Collections): pp. 1-56.
Keywords: AIDS | Andy Warhol | Eva Kosfsky Sedgwick | gender studies | Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel | Gilles Deleuze | Henry James | Jacques Derrida | John Barthes | medicine | Michel Foucault | Sigmund Freud | theory
  
Britzman, Deborah P. “Theory Kindergarten.” In Barber (Collections): pp. 121-142.
Keywords: Eva Kosfsky Sedgwick | gender studies | theory
  
Carson, Ronald A. “The Hyphenated Space: Liminality in The Codtor-Patient Relationship.” In Charon (Collections): pp. 171-182.
Keywords: David Hilfiker | medicine | narrative | rhetoric of science | theory
  
Childress, Marcia Day. “Of Symbols and Silence: Using Narrative and Its Interpretations to Foster Physician Understanding.” In Charon (Collections): pp. 119-125.
Keywords: medicine | metaphor | narrative | rhetoric of science | theory
  
Collins, H. M., and Robert Evans. “The Third Wave of Science Studies: Studies of Expertise and Experience.” Social Studies Science 32:2 (April 2002): pp. 235-296.
Keywords: consensus | politics | public perceptions | science & technology studies | technology | theory
  
Connelly, Julia E. “In the Absence of Narrative.” In Charon (Collections): p. 138-148.
Keywords: Cary Smith Hendersen | medicine | rhetoric of science | theory
  
Davis, Alcena Madeline. The Future in Feminism: Reading Strategies for Feminist Theory and Science Fiction. Ph.D. Dissertation: Louisiana State University & Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2002.
Keywords: Alice Sheldon | Angela Carter | Angela Davis | Audre Lorde | gender studies | James Tiptree | Juliet Mitchell | Kate Millett | Katherine Hayles | Monique Wittig | Nalo Hopkinson | Nancy Chodorow | Nicola Griffith | Octavia Butler | popular science | praxis | racial studies | Rebecca Ore | Samuel Delany | science fiction | Shulamith Firestone | Simone de Beauvoir | Tananarive Due | Teresa de Lauretis | theory | Ursula Le Guin
  
Donaldson, Peter S. “’Two of Both Kinds’: Modernism and Patriarchy in Peter Hall’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 43-58.
Keywords: Bertolt Brecht | D.H. Lawrence | drama | film | Jean-Luc Godard | literature—20th C | Peter Hall | theory | William Shakespeare
  
Edmonds, Ernest. “Structure in Art Practice: Technology as an Agent for Concept.” Leonardo 35:1 (2002): 65-71.
Keywords: Ernest Edmonds | exhibits | hypermedia | internet | Maddy Aldis | music | rhetoric of science | technology | theory | video | visual arts—20th-21st C | Visual arts—electronic
  
Gane, Nicholas, Max Weber and Postmodern Theory: Rationalization Versus Re-enchantment. New York: Palgrave, 2002.
Keywords: Max Weber | postmodernism | science & technology studies | theory
  
Gauchet, Marcel. “Redefining the Unconscious.” Thesis Eleven 71:11 (November 2002): 4-23.
Keywords: Occult Sciences | psychoanalysis | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Sigmund Freud | subjectivity | theory | unconsciousness | visual arts—20th C
  
Green, Douglas E. “Shakespeare, Branagh, and the ‘Queer Traitor’: Close Encounters in the Shakespearean Classroom.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 191-211.
Keywords: drama | film | gender studies | Keanu Reeves | literature—20th C | Richard Branagh | theory | visual arts—20th C | William Shakespeare
  
Hirsch, Edward. The Demon and the Angel: Searching for the Source of Artistic Inspiration. Orlando, FL: HarcourtBooks, 2002.
Keywords: aesthetics | Arthur Rimbaud | Billie Holiday | Christopher Maurer | dance | Dante Alighieri | Edgar Allan Poe | expressionism | Federico Garcia Lorca | Francisco José Goya | Frank O’Hara | Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche | Gerard Manley Hopkins | Ignacio Sánchez Meijías | Jackson Pollock | Johann Wolfgang von Goethe | John Keats | Mark Rothko | Miles Davis | music | Pablo Picasso | Percy Bysshe Shelley | poetry | Ralph Waldo Emerson | Ranier Maria Rilke | Robert Motherwell | surrealism | theory | visual arts—19th-20th C | W.B. Yeats | Wallace Stevens | Walt Whitman | William Carlos Williams | William Shakespeare
  
Howlett, Kathy M. “Utopian Revisioning of Falstaff’s Tavern World: Orson Welles’s Chimes at Midnight and Gus Van Sant’s My Own Private Idaho.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 165-190.
Keywords: drama | film | gender studies | Gus Van Sant | literature—20th C | Orson Welles | theory | utopias | visual arts—20th C | William Shakespeare
  
Korpela, Kalevi M, Terhi Klemettila, Jari K. Hietanen. “Evidence for Rapid Affective Evaluation of Environmental Scenes.” Environment & Behavior 34:5 (September 2002): 634-650.
Keywords: affect | emotions | environmental sciences | theory
  
Levin, Michael David. The Work of Jean Laplanche. Ph.D. Dissertation: Wright Institute, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | heredity | Jean Laplanche | narcissism | psychoanalysis | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science & technology studies | Sigmund Freud | symbolism | theory | trauma | unconsciousness
  
Levine, George. Dying to Know: Scientific Epistemology and Narrative in Victorian England. Chicago; London: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: death | epistemology | literature--19th C | science & technology studies | theory
  
Martinez, Richard. “Narrative Understanding and Methods in Psychiatry and Behavioral Health.” In Charon (Collections): pp. 126-132.
Keywords: depression | ethics | medicine | Psychological & Cognitive Studies | rhetoric of science | theory
  
Miller, Nancy K. “Reviewing Eve.” In Barber (Collections): pp. 217-228.
Keywords: Eva Kosfsky Sedgwick | gender studies | theory
  
Nielsen, Greg Marc. The Norms of Answerability: Social Theory between Bakhtin and Habermas. Albany: State University New York Press, 2002.
Keywords: Jűrgen Habermas | Mikhail Bakhtin | social sciences | theory
  
Osborne, Laurie E. “Clip Art: Theorizing the Shakespeare Film Clip.” Shakespeare Quarterly 53:2 (2002): 227-240.
Keywords: film | pedagogy | technology | theory | William Shakespeare
  
Pyun, Tuk-Sang. Science, Social Science, and Society: Natural Images in Talcott Parsons's Social Theory. Ph.D. Dissertation: Harvard University, 2002.
Keywords: | social sciences | Talcott Rogan | theory
  
Rothwell, Kenneth S. “Hamlet in Silence: Reinventing the Prince on Celluloid.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 25-42.
Keywords: drama | film | literature—20th C | Svend Gade | theory | William Shakespeare
  
Rowland, Duncan, and Frank Biocca. “Evolutionary Cooperative Design Methodology: The Genetic Sculpture Park.” Leonardo 35:2 (2000): 193-6.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | computers & digital sciences | genetics | sculpture | technology | theory | visual arts—20th-21st C | Visual arts—electronic | visual arts—interactive
  
Starks, Lisa S., and Courtney Lehmann. “Introduction: Images of the ‘Reel’: Shakespeare and the Art of Cinema.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 9-24.
Keywords: drama | film | Jean Baudrillard | literature—20th C | theory | William Shakespeare
  
Strathern, Marilyn. “Abstraction and Decontextualization: An Anthropological Comment.” In Woolgar (Collections): pp. 302-313.
Keywords: abstraction | context | intuition | pedagogy | technology | theory | virtual reality
  
Tormey, Jane, and George Whale. “On Drawing, Visual Language and the Pictorial Image: An Interview with John Willats.” Journal Art Design Education 21:3 (Oct. 2002): 292-302.
Keywords: analogy | computers & digital sciences | John Willats | phonemes | rhetoric of science | sculpture | theory | visual arts—21st C
  
Walworth, Alan. “Cinema Hysterica Passio: Voice and Gaze in Jean-Luc Godard’s King Lear.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 59-94.
Keywords: drama | film | hysteria | Jacques Lacan | Jean-Luc Godard | literature—20th C | Occult Sciences | Peter S. Donaldson | theory | William Shakespeare
  
West, Cornel. “Horace Pippin’s Challenge to Art Criticism.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 321-330.
Keywords: Bessie Smith | Horace Pippin | race studies | social sciences | theory | visual arts—20th C | William H. Johnson
  
Whitehouse, Roger. “The Designer is Dead, Long Live the Designer.” Communication Arts 44:3 (July 2002): 170-178.
Keywords: aesthetics | COMP | internet | lithography | technology | theory | Tibor Kalman | typography | visual arts—20th C
  
Wyatt, Sally, Graham Thomas, Tiziana Terranova. “They Came, They Surfed, They Went Back to the Beach: Conceptualizing Use and Non-use of the Internet.” In Woolgar (Collections): pp. 23-40.
Keywords: computers & digital sciences | internet | science & technology studies | science & technology studies | theory | virtual reality
  
Zoloth, Laurie, and Rita Charon. “Like An Open Book: Reliability, Intersubjectivity, and Textuality in Bioethics.” In Charon (Collections): pp. 21-38.
Keywords: Emanuel Levinas | ethics | Frank Kermode | gender studies | Henry James | medicine | René Descartes | rhetoric of science | theory | Walter Benjamin | William Faulkner