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Abraham, Linus K. “The Black Woman as Marker of Hypersexuality in Western Mythology: A Contemporary Manifestation in the Film ‘The Scarlet Letter.’” Journal Communication Inquiry 26:2 (April 2002): 193-214.
Keywords: film | gender studies | literature—19th C | mythology | narrative | Occult Sciences | rhetoric of science | social sciences | symbolism | technology
  
Alhadeff, Albert. The Raft of the Medusa: Gericault, Art, and Race. Munich; London: Prestel, 2002.
Keywords: race studies | shipwrecks | social sciences | Theodore Gericault | visual arts--18th C
  
Alidou, Ousseina. “Gender, Narrative Space, and Modern Hausa Literature.” Research African Literatures 33.2 (2002): 137-153.
Keywords: gender studies | narrative | race studies | social sciences
  
Applegate, Celia, and Pamela Potter. “Germans as the ‘People of Music’: Geneology of an Identity.” In Applegate (Collections): pp. 1-35.
Keywords: Felix Mendelssohn | Ferruccio Busoni | folk music | George Frederic Handel | Hans Pfitzner | jazz | Johann Sebastian Bach | Johannes Brahms | Ludwig van Beethoven | nazism | Richard Wagner | Robert Schumann | social sciences | Thomas Mann | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  
Araeen, Rasheed. “The Other Immigrant: The Experiences and Achievements of Afro-Asian Artists in the Metropolis.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 359-370.
Keywords: Anthony Caro | immigration | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—20th C
  
Bailkin, Jordanna. “Radical Conservations: The Problem with the London Museum.” Radical History Review 84 (2002): 43-76.
Keywords: culture | museums | social sciences | visual arts--folk
  
Barenboim, Daniel, and Edward W. Said. Parallels and Paradoxes: Explorations in Music and Society. New York: Pantheon Books, 2002.
Keywords: aesthetics | anti-semitism | Ludwig van Beethoven | music | philosophy | Richard Wagner | social sciences | war | World War II
  
Bartolomeo, Joseph F. Matched Pairs: Gender and Intertextual Dialogue in Eighteenth-century Fiction. Newark, NJ; Cranbury, NJ: University Delaware Press; Associated University Presses, 2002.
Keywords: dialogue | gender studies | literature--18th C | social sciences
  
Baumgarten, Linda. What Clothes Reveal: The Language of Clothing in Colonial and Federal America. Williamsburg, VA; New Haven, CN: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; Yale University Press, New Haven, 2002.
Keywords: clothing | science & technology studies | social sciences
  
Becker, Carol. Surpassing the Spectacle: Global Transformations and the Changing Politics of Art. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002.
Keywords: culture studies | social sciences | visual arts--20th C
  
Bergen, Doris L. “Hosanna or ‘Hilf, O Herr Uns’” National Identity, the German Christian Movement, and the ‘Dejudaization’ of Sacred Music in the Third Reich.” In Applegate (Collections): pp. 140-154.
Keywords: antisemitism | George Frederic Handel | Martin Luther | Reinhold Krause | religion | Richard Wagner | social sciences
  
Bernardi, Daniel. “Cyborgs in Cyberspace: White Pride, Pedophilic Pornography, and Donna Haraway’s Manifesto.” In Friedman (Collections): pp. 155-184.
Keywords: censorship | cyberspace | cyborgs | Donna Haraway | gender studies | internet | pornography | race studies | social sciences | technology
  
Bewes, Timothy. Reification, or, The Anxiety of Late Capitalism. London; New York: Verso, 2002.
Keywords: capitalism | philosophy | postmodernism | social sciences
  
Bindman, David. Ape to Apollo: Aesthetics and the Idea of Race in the 18th Century. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2002.
Keywords: aesthetics | race studies | social sciences | visual arts--18th C
  
Burnett, Mark Thornton. Constructing 'Monsters' in Shakespearean Drama and Early Modern Culture. Houndmills, UK; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.
Keywords: disability studies | drama | medicine | monsters | rhetoric of science | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Burns, Lori, and Melisse Lafrance. Disruptive Divas: Feminism, Identity and Popular Music. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | music | social sciences
  
Burt, Richard. “Slammin' Shakespeare In Acc(id)ents Yet Unknown: Liveness, Cinem(edi)a, and Racial Dis-integration.” Shakespeare Quarterly 53.2 (2002): 201-226.
Keywords: film | race studies | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Butterfield, Ardis. Poetry and Music in Medieval France: From Jean Renart to Guillaume de Machaut. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: literature—medieval | music | social sciences
  
Caldwell, John. “Prime-time Fiction Theorizes the Docu-real.” In Friedman, pp. 259-292.
Keywords: documentaries | social sciences | technology | television
  
Campbell, Bruce. “’Kein Schöner Land’: The Spielschar Ekkehard and the Struggle to Define German National Identity in the Weimar Republic.” In Applegate (Collections): pp. 128-139.
Keywords: folk music | Richard Wagner | social sciences
  
Carlson, Cindy L., Robert L. Mazzola, and Susan M. Bernardo. Gender Reconstructions: Pornography and Perversions in Literature and Culture. Aldershot, UK; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | pornography | social sciences
  
Casteras, Susan P. “Winged Fantasies: Construction of Childhood, Innocence, Adolescence, and Sexuality in Victorian Fairy Painting.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 126-148.
Keywords: childhood | fairies | fantasy | gender studies | literature—children’s | social sciences
  
Cavarero, Adriana. Stately Bodies: Literature, Philosophy, and the Question of Gender. Trans. Robert de Lucca and Deanna Shemek. Ann Arbor: University Michigan Press, 2002.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | body | gender studies | John of Salisbury | literature—general | metaphor | Plato | politics | social sciences | Sophocles | Thomas Hobbes | William Shakespeare
  
Chave, Anna C. “New Encounters with Le Demoisselles d’Avingnon: Gender, Race, and the Origins of Cubism.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 261-288.
Keywords: Leo Steinberg | Mary Ann Doane | Pablo Picasso | race studies | Sigmund Freud | social sciences
  
Chu, Petra ten-Doesschate. “Family Matters: The Construction of Childhood in Nineteenth-century Artists' Biographies.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 59-70.
Keywords: childhood | gender studies | social sciences | visual arts--19th C
  
Clarke, John R. “’Just Like Us’: Cultural Constructions of Sexuality and Race in Roman Art.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 13-20.
Keywords: gender studies | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—classical
  
Clifford, James. “History of the Tribal and the Modern.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 217-232.
Keywords: Guillaume Apollinaire | race studies | social sciences | Susan Vogel
  
Cohen, Maren. “Reflective Heroes: Self-integration through Poetry in T.E. Lawrence and Homer’s Odysseus.” In Stang (Collections): pp. 67-106.
Keywords: André Malraux | E.M. Forster | Homer | literature—20th C | poetry | social sciences | T.E. Lawrence
  
Crook, Charles, and Paul Light. “Virtual Society and the Cultural Practice of Study.” In Woolgar (Collections): pp. 153-175.
Keywords: Computers & Digital Technology | pedagogy | science & technology studies | social sciences | theory | virtual reality
  
Crow, Brian. “African Metatheater: Criticizing Society, Celebrating the Stage.” Research African Literatures 33:1 (2002): 133-143.
Keywords: drama | social sciences
  
Daverio, John. “’Enheit—Freiheit—Vaterland’: Intimations of Utopia in Robert Schumann’s Late Choral Music.” In Applegate (Collections): pp. 59-77.
Keywords: Friedrich Nietzsche | Robert Schumann | social sciences | utopia
  
Davis-Kimball, Jeannine, and Mona Behan. Warrior Women: An Archaeologist's Search for History's Hidden Heroines. New York: Warner Books, 2002.
Keywords: amazons | anthropology | archaeology | gender studies | social sciences
  
Deroo, Rebecca. “Colonial Collecting: French Women and Algerian ‘Cartes Postales.’” In Sampson (Collections): pp. 159-171.
Keywords: collections | colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | Malck Alloula | photography | race studies | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
DeRosia, Margaret. “The Court of Last Resort: Making Race, Crime, and Nation on America’s Most Wanted.” In Friedrich (Collections): pp. 236-258.
Keywords: crime | race studies | rhetoric of science | social sciences | technology | television
  
Devisse, Jean. “A Sanctified Black: Maurice.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 37-68.
Keywords: Charlemagne | Charles V | Frederick I | Louis XIV | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—medieval
  
Dietz, Mary G. Turning Operations: Feminism, Arendt, and Politics. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | Hannah Arendt | politics | social sciences
  
Douthwaite, Julia V. The Wild Girl, Natural Man, and the Monster: Dangerous Experiments in the Age of Enlightenment. Chicago; London: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | literature--17th C | monsters | social sciences
  
Dresang, Eliza T. “Gender Issues and Harry Potter. Hermione Granger and the Heritage of Gender.” In Whited (Collections), pp. 211-242.
Keywords: gender studies | J.K. Rowling | literature—children | magic | Occult Sciences | social sciences
  
Durst, Dennis Lee. “No Legacy Annuls Heredity from God”: Evangelical Social Reformers and the North American Eugenics Movement. Ph.D. Dissertation: Saint Louis University, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | eugenics | heredity | literature--19th-20th C | science & technology studies | social sciences | theology
  
Dyer, Joyce. “Reading the Awakening with Toni Morrison.” Southern Literary Journal 35:1 (2002): 138-154.
Keywords: gender studies | Kate Chopin | race studies | social sciences | Toni Morrison
  
Eglash, Ron. “Race, Sex, and Nerds: From Black Geeks to Asian American Hipsters.” Social Text 20:2 (2002): 49-64.
Keywords: gender studies | physical & mathematical sciences | race studies | social sciences | technology
  
Eichstedt, Jennifer L., and Stephen Small. Representations of Slavery: Race and Ideology in Southern Plantation Museums. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2002.
Keywords: museums | race studies | social sciences
  
Elefheriotis, Dimitris. “Global Visions and European Perspectives.” In Sarder (Collections): pp. 164-180.
Keywords: literature—20th C | Michel Foucault | popular science | social sciences | technology | theory | Wim Wenders
  
Elliott, Dorice Williams. The Angel Out of the House: Philanthropy and Gender in Nineteenth-century England. Charlottesville: University Press Virginia, 2002.
Keywords: charity | gender studies | literature--19th C | philanthropy | social sciences
  
English-Lueck, June Anne. Cultures@Silicon Valley. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: ethnography | physical & mathematical sciences | race studies | Silicon Valley | social sciences | technology
  
Enwezor, Okwui. “Reframing the Black Subject: Ideology and Fantasy in Contemporary South African Representation.” In Pinder (Collections), pp. 371-390.
Keywords: Aimé Césaire | Candice Breitz | Edward Said | Frantz Fanon | Pipa Skotness | race studies | rhetoric of sciences | Sigmund Freud | social sciences | theory | visual arts—20th C
  
Evans, Andrew D. “Capturing Race: Anthropology and Photography in German and Austrian Prisoner-of-war Camps During World War One.” In Sampson (Collections): pp. 226-256.
Keywords: Andrew Evans | anthropology | anti-semitism | Felix von Luschan | photography | propoganda | race studies | rhetoric of science | Rudolf Pőch | social sciences | stereotypes | war | Wilhelm Doegen
  
Feng, Peter X. “False and Double Consciousness: Race, Virtual Reality and the Assimilation of Hong Kong Action Cinema in The Matrix.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 149-163.
Keywords: film | Jean-Louis Baudry | Keanu Reeves | literature—20th C | popular science | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | race studies | social sciences | technology | virtual reality
  
Ferrari, Gloria. Figures of Speech: Men and Maidens in Ancient Greece. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | literature—classical | rhetoric of science | social sciences | visual arts--classical
  
Foster, Hal. Design and Crime and Other Diatribes. London; New York: Verso, 2002.
Keywords: culture studies | social sciences | visual arts--20th C
  
Francis, Julie E., and Lawrence L. Loendorf. Ancient Visions: Petroglyphs and Pictographs from the Wind River and Bighorn Country, Wyoming and Montana. Salt Lake City: University Utah Press, 2002.
Keywords: archaeology | environmental sciences | native Americans | petroglyphs | social sciences | visual arts--ancient
  
Garrett, Shawn-Marie. “Return of the Repressed.” Theater Journal 32:1 (2002): 23-31.
Keywords: drama | race studies | social sciences
  
Gerson, Gal. “Liberal Feminism: Individuality and Oppositions in Wollstonecraft and Mill.” Political Studies 50:4 (September 2002): 794-810.
Keywords: feminism | gender studies | John Stuart Mill | Mary Wollstonecraft | social sciences
  
Gilman, Sander. “The Hottentot and the Prostitute: Toward an Iconography of Female Sexuality.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 119-138.
Keywords: Eduoard Manet | evolution | Émile Zola | gender studies | Havelock Ellis | Hottentot Venus | icon | race studies | Sigmund Freud | social sciences | visual arts—20th C
  
Greenfield, Susan C. Mothering Daughters: Novels and the Politics of Family Romance, Frances Burney to Jane Austen. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Frances Burney | gender studies | Jane Austen | literature--18th C | maternity | Psychological & Cognitive Studies | social sciences
  
Grey, Thomas S. “Wagner’s Die Meistersinger as National Opera (1868-1945).” In Applegate (Collections): pp. 78-104.
Keywords: anti-semitism | Richard Wagner | social sciences | Thomas Mann
  
Guernsey, Daniel R. “Childhood and Aesthetic Education: The Role of Emile in the Formation of Gustave Courbet's The Painter's Studio.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 71-88.
Keywords: aesthetics | childhood | Gustave Courbet | pedagogy | social sciences | visual arts--19th C
  
Gussow, Adam. Seems Like Murder Here: Southern Violence and the Blues Tradition. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: music | race studies | social sciences
  
Hadfield, Andrew. “Thomas Harriot and John White: Ethnography and Ideology in the New World.” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 199-216.
Keywords: ethnography | exploration discovery & travel | John White | literature—17th C | philosophy | social sciences | Thomas Harriot
  
Halpern, Richard. Shakespeare's Perfume: Sodomy and Sublimity in the Sonnets, Wilde, Freud, and Lacan. New Cultural Studies. Philadelphia: University Pennsylvania Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | Jacques Lacan | Oscar Wilde | Sigmund Freud | social sciences
  
Hammond, Paul. Figuring Sex between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | literature—17th C | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Harrison, Henry Leslie. The Temple and the Forum: The American Museum and Cultural Authority in Hawthorne, Melville, Stowe, and Whitman. Ph.D. Dissertation: Texas A&M University, 2002.
Keywords: elitism | Harriet Beecher Stowe | Herman Melville | literature--19th C | museums | Nathaniel Hawthorne | P. T. Barnum | poetry | populism | social sciences | Walt Whitman
  
Hatt, Michael. “’Making a Man of Him’: Masculinity and the Black Body in Mid-ninteenth-century Sculpture.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 191-216.
Keywords: gender studies | John Blassingame | John Quincy Adams Ward | race studies | sculpture | social sciences | Thomas Ball | visual arts—19th C
  
Haynes, Stephen R. Noah's Curse: The Biblical Justification of American Slavery. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: literature--17th C | literature--Biblical | slavery | social sciences
  
Hecht, Gabrielle. “Rupture-Talk in the Nuclear Age: Conjugating Colonial Power in Africa.” Social Studies Science 32:5-6 (December 2002): 691-727.
Keywords: colonialism | elitism | nuclear power | physical & mathematical sciences | postcolonialism | power | social sciences | technology | uranium
  
Herbert, Robert L. From Millet to Leger: Essays in Social Art History. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Camille Pissarro | Claude Monet | culture studies | environmental sciences | Fernand Léger | Gustave Courbet | Jean Francois Millet | Max Ernst | Paul Signac | social sciences | Sonia Delaunay | visual arts--19th-20th C
  
Hight, Eleanor M., and Gay D. Sampson. “Introduction: Photography, ‘Race,’ and Post-Colonial Theory.” In Sampson (Collections): pp. 1-19.
Keywords: colonialism | colonialism | discourse | Michel Foucault | photography | postcolonialism | race studies | Rebecca DeRoo | social sciences
  
Hirschberg, Stuart, and Terry Hirschberg. Every Day, Everywhere: Global Perspectives on Popular Culture. Boston: McGraw-Hill, 2002.
Keywords: culture | popular sciences | social sciences
  
Holmlund, Chris. Impossible Bodies: Feminity and Masculinity at the Movies. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: film | gender studies | race studies | social sciences | technology
  
Hooks, Bell. “Alters of Sacrifice: Re-membering Basquiat.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 341-351.
Keywords: Booker T. Washington | Fred Braithwaite | Jean-Michel Basquiat | museums | Pablo Picasso | race studies | social sciences | Thomas McEvilley | visual arts—20th C
  
Howard, Kathleen L. "Creating an Enchanted Land: Curio Entrepreneurs Promote and Sell the Indian Southwest, 1880-1940." Ph.D. Dissertation: Arizona State University, 2002.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | landscape | native Americans | social sciences
  
Jacknis, Ira. The Storage Box of Tradition: Kwakiutl Art, Anthropologists, and Museums, 1881-1981. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | ethnology | museums | native Americans | social sciences
  
Jackson, David H. A Chief Lieutenant of the Tuskegee Machine: Charles Banks of Mississippi. Gainesville: University Press Florida, 2002.
Keywords: Booker T. Washington | Charles Banks | medicine | race studies | social sciences
  
Junker, Kirk W., and Robert Duffy. “Saying ‘Yours’ and ‘Mine’ in Deep Space Nine.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 134-148.
Keywords: Aristotle | Kenneth Burke | literature—20th C | popular science | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | technology
  
Kater, Michael H. “Culture, Society, and Politics in the Cosmos of ‘Hans Pfitzner the German.’” In Applegate (Collections): pp. 178-189.
Keywords: Adolf Hitler | antisemitism | Hans Pfitzner | Ludwig van Beethoven | nazism | social sciences
  
Kordes, Gesa. “Darmstadt, Postwar Experimentation, and the West German Search for a New Musical Identity.” In Applegate (Collections): pp. 205-217.
Keywords: anti-semitism | folk songs | Richard Wagner | social sciences
  
Langland, Elizabeth. Telling Tales: Gender and Narrative Form in Victorian Literature and Culture. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Anne Bronte | Charlotte Brontë | gender studies | literature--19th C | Mary Elizabeth Braddon | narrative | social sciences | theory | Thomas Hardy | Wilkie Collins | William Makepeace Thackeray
  
Larbalestier, Justine. The Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction. Middletown, CN: Wesleyan University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Alice Sheldon | Charles Platt | feminism | gender studies | Hugo Gernsback | Isaac Asimov | James Michael | James Tiptree | Joanna Russ | Judith Merril | Pat Murphy | patriarchy | Philip Wylie | popular sciences | Raccoona Sheldon | science fiction | social sciences | Susan Wood
  
Lee, Gregory B., and Sunny S.K. Lam. “Wicked Cities: The Other in Hong Kong Science Fiction.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 111-133.
Keywords: Lao She | literature—20th C | popular science | Serge Latouche | social sciences | technology | William Gibson
  
Lee, Richard A., Jr. Science, the Singular, and the Question of Theology. New York: Palgrave, 2002.
Keywords: literature—medieval | philosophy | religion | social sciences
  
Leeds-Hurwitz, Wendy. Wedding as Text: Communicating Cultural Identities through Ritual. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002.
Keywords: custom | rhetoric of science | ritual | semiotics | social sciences
  
Lehmann, Courtney. “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Agenda: How Shakespeare and the Renaissance Are Taking the Rage Out of Feminism.” Shakespeare Quarterly 53:2 (2002): 260-279.
Keywords: film | gender studies | literature--Renaissance | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Leighten, Patricia. “The White Peril and L’Art Négre: Picasso, Primitivism, and Anticolonialism.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 233-260.
Keywords: Alfred Jarry | André Derain | colonialism | Guillaume Apollinaire | Gustave Rouanet | Juan Gris | Maurice Vlaminck | Pablo Picasso | Paul Gauguin | primitivism | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—19th-20th C
  
Liff, Sonia, Fred Steward, and Peter Watts. “New Public Places for Internet Access: Networks for Practice-based Learning and Social Inclusion.” In Woolgar (Collections): pp. 78-98.
Keywords: internet | pedagogy | science & technology studies | social sciences | virtual reality
  
Lindsley, Robert. “Wilfredo Lam: Painter of Negritude.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 289-306.
Keywords: cubism | Frantz Fanon | gender studies | Jean-Paul Sartre | Pablo Picasso | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—19th-20th C | Wilfred Lam
  
Linkin, Harriet Kramer. “Skirting Around the Sex in Mary Tighe's Psyche.” Studies English Literature 1500-1900 42:4 (2002): 731-752.
Keywords: gender studies | literature--19th C | Mary Tighe | social sciences
  
Lippa, Richard A. Gender, Nature, and Nurture. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002.
Keywords: environmental studies | gender studies | social sciences
  
Luckyj, Christina. "A Moving Rhetoricke": Gender and Silence in Early Modern England. Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Macarthur, Sally. Feminist Aesthetics in Music. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | music | philosophy | social sciences
  
MacDonald, Joyce Green. Women and Race in Early Modern Texts. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | literature--17th C | literature--Renaissance | race studies | social sciences
  
Mavor, Carol. “Introduction: The Unmaking of Childhood.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 27-44.
Keywords: childhood | social sciences | visual arts--18th C
  
Mayhall, Laura E. Nym. “Teaching British Cinema History as Cultural History.” Radical History Review 83 (2002): 193-197.
Keywords: culture | film | pedagogy | social sciences | technology
  
Mayhall, Laura E. Nym. “Teaching British Cinema History as Cultural History.” Radical History Review. 83 (2002): 193-197.
Keywords: culture | film | pedagogy | social sciences | technology
  
McLaren, Margaret A., Feminism, Foucault, and Embodied Subjectivity. Albany: State University New York Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | Michel Foucault | social sciences | theory
  
Mendelsohn, Daniel Adam. Gender and the City in Euripides' Political Plays. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: drama | Euripides | literature--classical | mythology | Psychological & Cognitive Studies | social sciences | tragedy
  
Monette, Sarah. “Speaking and Silent Women in Upon Appleton House.” Studies English Literature 1500-1900. 42:1 (2002): 155-171.
Keywords: Andrew Marvell | gender studies | literature-- Renaissance | social sciences
  
Moody, Nickianne. “Displacements of Gender and Race in Space: Above and Beyond.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 51-73.
Keywords: David Nutter | gender studies | literature—20th C | popular science | race studies | social sciences | technology | television
  
Munson, Marit Karina. "On Boundaries and Beliefs: Rock Art and Identity on the Pajarito Plateau." Ph.D. Dissertation: University New Mexico, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | native Americans | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | visual arts--prehistoric
  
Muravyova, Irina. Childhood as an Ethical Category in the Works of F. M. Dostoevsky. Ph.D. Dissertation: Brown University, 2002.
Keywords: aesthetics | childhood | ethics | F.M. Dostoevsky | innocence | Mikhail Andreevich Dostoevsky | social sciences | spirituality
  
Murphy, Patricia. “Fated Marginalization: Women and Science in the Poetry of Constance Naden.” Victorian Poetry 40.2 (2002): 107-130.
Keywords: Charles Darwin | gender studies | poetry | social sciences
  
Nadel, Alan. "Johnny Yuma was a Rebel; He Roamed Through the West": Television, Race, and the "Real" West.” In Friedman (Collections), pp. 50-74.
Keywords: race studies | social sciences | technology | television
  
Nelson, Christopher R. "Ethnographic Criticism and Native American Fiction: Cultural Texts, Textual Culture in the Novels of James Welch." Ph.D. Dissertation: University Illinois, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | James Welch | native Americans | social sciences
  
Nettleton, Sarah, Nicholas Please, Roger Burrows, Steven Muncer, and Brian Loader. “The Reality of Virtual Social Support.” In Woolgar (Collections): pp. 176-188.
Keywords: science & technology studies | social sciences | virtual reality
  
Nochlin, Linda. “The Imaginary Orient.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 69-86.
Keywords: Eduoard Manet | Eugène Delacroix | orientalism | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—19th C
  
Nyong’o, Tavia. “Racial Kitsch and Black Performance.” Yale Journal Criticism. 15:2 (2002): 371-391.
Keywords: race studies | social sciences
  
Olson, Paul A. The Kingdom of Science: Literary Utopianism and British Education, 1612-1870. Lincoln; London: University Nebraska Press, 2002.
Keywords: pedagogy | social sciences | utopia
  
Olumide, Jill. Raiding the Gene Pool: The Social Construction of Mixed Race. London; Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, 2002.
Keywords: genetics | race studies | social sciences
  
Petro, Petrice. Aftershocks of the New: Feminism and Film History. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2002.
Keywords: film | gender studies | social sciences | technology
  
Pinder, Kymberly N. “Biraciality and Nationhood in Contemporary American Art.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 391-402.
Keywords: La Malinche | Lorraine O’Grady | Pablo Picasso | race studies | Robert Colescott | Sally Hemmings | social sciences | Tiger Woods | visual arts—20th C
  
Pitts, Angela Lynn. Prostitute, Muse, Lover: The Biographical Tradition of Sappho in Greek and Roman Literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Wisconsin, Madison, 2002.
Keywords: biography | Catullus | comedy | courtesan | epigram | gender studies | literature--classical | muse | narrative | Ovid | poetry | Sappho | social sciences
  
Pohl, Frances Kathryn. Framing America: A Social History of American Art. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2002.
Keywords: Environmental Science | social sciences | technology | visual arts--17th-18th-19th C | war
  
Prior, Nick. Museums and Modernity: Art Galleries and the Making of Modern Culture. Oxford: New York: Berg, 2002.
Keywords: aesthetics | exhibitions | museums | social sciences | visual arts--19th-20th-21st C
  
Rahn, Janice, Painting Without Permission: Hip-hop Graffiti Subculture. Westport, CN: Bergin & Garvey, 2002.
Keywords: race studies | social sciences | visual arts—20th C
  
Randolph, Adrian W. B. Engaging Symbols: Gender, Politics, and Public Art in Fifteenth-century Florence. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Botticelli | Donatello | gender studies | metaphor | politics | social sciences | visual arts--Renaissance
  
Reading, Anna. The Social Inheritance of the Holocaust: Gender, Culture, and Memory. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | Holocaust | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences
  
Reine, Lewis. “’Only Women Should Go to Turkey’: Henriette Brown and the Female Orientalist Gaze.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 87-118.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | Henriette Brown | Jean-Léon Gérôme | orientalism | race studies | social sciences | Théophile Gautiere | visual arts—19th C
  
Reyna, Stephen P. Connections: Brain, Mind, and Culture in a Social Anthropology. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | Biological Sciences | neurobiology | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences
  
Ricco, John Paul. The Logic of the Lure. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: architecture | Biological Sciences | gender studies | social sciences | technology
  
Roberts, F. David. The Social Conscience of the Early Victorians. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: charities | laissez faire | literature--19th C | paternalism | social sciences
  
Robinson, Angelo Rich. “Race, Place, and Space: Remaking Whiteness in the Post-Reconstruction South.” The Southern Literary Journal 35.1 (2002): 97-107.
Keywords: Charles W. Chesnutt | race studies | social sciences
  
Roe, Jae-Ryung. “International Abstraction in a National Context: Abstract Painting in Korea, 1910-1965.”Pinder (Collections), pp. 353-358.
Keywords: art—20th C | Kim Whanki | race studies | social sciences
  
Rokicky, Catherine M., Creating a Perfect World: Religious and Secular Utopias in Nineteenth-century. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2002.
Keywords: literature—19th C | religion | social sciences | utopia
  
Rose, Mary Beth. Gender and Heroism in Early Modern English Literature. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: Aphra Behn | autobiography | Ben Jonson | Christopher Marlowe | courage | Elizabeth I | gender studies | heroism | John Milton | literature--16th-17th C | Mary Astell | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Rutter, Carol Chillington. Enter the Body: Women and Representation on Shakespeare's Stage. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | literature—17th C | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Sampson, Gary D. “Unmasking the Colonial Picturesque: Samuel Bourne’s Photographs of Barrackpore Park.” In Sampson (Collections): pp. 84-106.
Keywords: colonialism | Lady Clementina Hawarden | Lord George Nathaniel Curzon | Mary Bourne | photography | race studies | rhetoric of science | Samuel Bourne | social sciences
  
Senf, Carol A. Science and Social Science in Bram Stoker's Fiction. Westport, CT; London: Greenwood Press, 2002.
Keywords: Bram Stoker | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences
  
Shaheen, Aaron. “’Seizing the Bounty of This Virtuous Tree’: The Sexual Underpinnings of Jeffersonian Pastoralism in Brother to Dragons.” Southern Literary Journal 34:2 (2002): 73-96.
Keywords: gender studies | pastoralism | Robert Penn Warren | social sciences
  
Shennan, Stephen. Genes, Memes and Human History: Darwinian Archaeology and Cultural Evolution. London: Thames & Hudson, 2002.
Keywords: archaeology | culture | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Shepard, Alan. Marlowe's Soldiers: Rhetorics of Masculinity in the Age of the Armada. Aldershot, UK; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | literature--16th C | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Shields, Stephanie A. Speaking From the Heart: Gender and the Social Meaning of Emotion. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: emotions | gender studies | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences
  
Sichel, Kim. “Germaine Krull and ‘L’Amitré Noir’: World War Two and French Colonialist Film.“ In Sampson (Collections): pp. 257-280.
Keywords: Charles De Gaulle | colonialism | Félix Eboué | film | François Villers | Jean Cocteau | photography | postcolonialism | propoganda | race studies | social sciences | war
  
Siegel, Mona L. “Germinal: Teaching about Class and Industrial Capitalism through Film.” Radical History Review 83 (2002): 180-185.
Keywords: capitalism | film | industrialization | social sciences | socialism | technology
  
Simon, David R., and Tamar Love. Tony Soprano's America: The Criminal Side of the American Dream. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2002.
Keywords: crime | social sciences | technology | television
  
Sorisio, Carolyn. Fleshing Out America: Race, Gender, and the Politics of the Body in American Literature, 1833-1879. Athens: University Georgia Press, 2002.
Keywords: anatomy | gender studies | literature--19th C | Lydia Maria Child | Margaret Fuller | Martin R. Delany | poetry | race studies | Ralph Waldo Emerson | social sciences | Walt Whitman
  
Sponheuer, Bernd. “Reconstructing Ideal Types of the ‘German’ in Music. In Applegate (Collections): pp. 36-58.
Keywords: Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffman | Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel | Johann Karl Friedrich Triest | Johann Sebastian Bach | Johann Wolfgang von Goethe | Ludwig van Beethoven | romanticism | social sciences | Theodor Adorno
  
Stewart, Pamela J., and Andrew Strathern. Gender, Song, and Sensibility: Folktales and Folksongs in the Highlands of New Guinea. Westport, CN: Praeger, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | gender studies | literature--folk | music | social sciences
  
Stoczkowski, Wiktor. Anthropologie Naive, Anthropologie Savante. Trans. Mary Turton. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | mythology | social sciences
  
Sugirtharajah, Rasiah S. Postcolonial Criticism and Biblical Interpretation. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: postcolonialism | social sciences
  
Sweeney, J. Gray. “Racism, Nationalism, and Nostalgia.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 155-168.
Keywords: Charles M. Russell | Charles Schreyvogel | Frederick Remington | nostalgia | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—19th C
  
Tal, Kali. "’That Just Kills Me’: Black Militant Near-Future Fiction.” Social Text. 20:2 (2002): 65-91.
Keywords: popular sciences | race studies | science fiction | social sciences
  
Tambornino, John, The Corporeal Turn: Passion, Necessity, Politics. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2002.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | politics | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences
  
Thomas, Greg M. “Impressionist Dolls: On the Commodification of Girlhood in Impressionist Painting.” In Brown (Collections), pp. 103-125.
Keywords: childhood | gender studies | social sciences | technology
  
Traub, Valerie. The Renaissance of Lesbianism in Early Modern England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | literature—16th C | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Trushell, John. “Mirages in the Desert: The War of the Worlds and Fin du Globe.” Extrapolation 43:4 (Winter 2002): 439-455.
Keywords: apocolypse | dystopia | H. G. Wells | Orson Welles | radio | social sciences | video
  
Turner, David M. Fashioning Adultery: Gender, Sex, and Civility in England, 1660-1740. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: adultery | gender studies | literature--17th-18th C | social sciences
  
Ueno, Toshiya. “Japanimation: Techno-Orientalism, Media Tribes, and Rave Culture.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 94-110.
Keywords: animation | anime | literature—20th C | orientalism | raves | social sciences | techne | technology
  
Vaget, Hans Rudolf. “National and Universal: Thomas Mann and the Paradox of ‘German’ Music.” Applegate (Collections), pp. 155-177.
Keywords: Adolf Hitler | anti-semitism | Arnold Schoenberg | Franz Schubert | Hans Pfitzner | Holocaust | social sciences | Theodor Adorno | Thomas Mann
  
Valente, Joseph. Dracula's Crypt: Bram Stoker, Irishness, and the Question of Blood. Urbana; Chicago: University Illinois Press, 2002.
Keywords: Bram Stoker | Occult Sciences | race studies | social sciences
  
Vann, Michael G. “The Colonial Casbah on the Silver Screen: Using Pépé le Moko and The Battle of Algiers to Teach Colonialism, Race, and Globalization in French History.” Radical History Review 83 (2002): 186-192.
Keywords: colonialism | film | gender studies | race studies | social sciences
  
Wade, Peter. Race, Nature and Culture: An Anthropological Perspective. London; Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, 2002.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | environmental sciences | genetics | race studies | social sciences
  
Walen, Denise A. “Constructions of Female Homoerotics in Early Modern Drama.” Theatre Journal 54:3 (2002): 411-430.
Keywords: gender studies | John Lyly | literature—17th C | Robert Wilson | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Warren, Leonard. Adele Marion Fielde: Feminist, Social Activist, Scientist. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: activism | Adele Marion Fielde | biography | gender studies | missionaries | social sciences | suffrage
  
Watt, Susan E., Martin Lea, and Russell Spears. “How Social is Internet Communication? A Reappraisal of Bandwidth and Anonymity Effects.” In Woolgar (Collections): pp. 61-77.
Keywords: internet | science & technology studies | social sciences | technology | theory | virtual reality
  
Wertheim, Christine. “Star Trek: First Contact: The Hybrid, the Whore and the Machine.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 74-93.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Friedrich Nietzsche | gender studies | literature—20th C | Marquis de Sade | popular science | Sigmund Freud | social sciences | technology | television
  
Whitsitt, Novian. “Islamic-Hausa Feminism and Kano Market Literature: Qur'anic Reinterpretation in the Novels of Balaraba Yakubu.” Research African Literatures. 33:2 (2002): 119-136.
Keywords: Balaraba Yakubu | gender studies | race studies | religion | social sciences
  
Wilson, David Sloan. Darwin’s Cathedral: Evolution, Religion, and the Nature of Society. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: Charles Darwin | evolution | religion | social sciences
  
Wilson, Judith. “Sargent Johnson: Afro-California Modernist.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 307-320.
Keywords: Elizabeth Prophet | Henry Ossawa Tanner | modernism | museums | race studies | Sargent Johnson | social sciences | visual arts—20th C
  
Wolf, Stacy Ellen. A Problem like Maria: Gender and Sexuality in the American Musical. Ann Arbor: University Michigan Press, 2002.
Keywords: Barbra Streisand | Ethel Merman | gender studies | Julie Andrews | Mary Martin | music | social sciences
  
Yamashiro, Jennifer Pearson. Sex in the Field: Photography at the Kinsey Institute. Ph.D. Dissertation: Indiana University, 2002.
Keywords: Alfred C. Kinsey | gender studies | photography | science & technology studies | social sciences | technology | visual arts: 20th C
  
Zack, Naomi, Philosophy of Science and Race. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: philosophy | race studies | social sciences
  
Ziter, Edward. “Kean, Byron, and Fantasies of Miscegenation.” Theatre Journal. 54:4 (2002): 607-626.
Keywords: Edmund Kean | George Gordon | Lord Byron | miscegenation | race studies | social sciences