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Abbott, H. Porter. “Humanists, Scientists, and the Cultural Surplus.” SubStance 30, nos. 1-2 (2001): 203-219.
Keywords: cognition | evolution | Psychology & Cognitive Sciences | science and technology studies | theory
  
Abrams, Nancy Ellen, and Joel R. Primack. “Scientific Revolutions in Cosmology: Overthrowing vs. Encompassing.” Philosophy in Science 9 (2001): 74-96.
Keywords: Physicalal & Mathematical Sciences | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Achterhuis, Hans. “Andrew Feenberg: Farewell to Dystopia.” In Achterhuis (Collections), pp. 65-93.
Keywords: Andrew Feenberg | science and technology studies
  
Agosta, William C. Thieves, Deceivers, and Killers: Tales of Chemistry in Nature . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2001.
Keywords: chemistry | ecology | science and technology studies
  
Aldana, Gerardo Villalobos. Oracular Science: Uncertainty in the History of Maya Astronomy, 500--1600 . Ph.D. Dissertation: Harvard University, 2001.
Keywords: archaeology | Maya | oracles | physical & mathematical sciences | religion | science and technology studies
  
Allen, Michael Thad. “Modernity, the Holocaust, and Machines without History.” In Allen (Collections), pp. 175-214.
Keywords: architecture | science and technology studies | technology
  
Ameriks, Karl. “Kant on Science and Common Knowledge.” In Watkins (Collections), pp. 31-52.
Keywords: Immanuel Kant | science and technology studies
  
Andersen, Hanne. “Critical Notice: Kuhn, Conant and Everything—A Full or Fuller Account.” Philosophy of Science 68 (2001): 258-262.
Keywords: James B. Conant | science and technology studies | Steve Fuller | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Ashman, Keith M., and Philip S. Baringer, eds. After the Science Wars . London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
Keywords: politics | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Asma, Stephen T. Stuffed Animals and Pickled Heads: The Culture and Evolution of Natural History Museums . Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | museums | science and technology studies
  
Bak, Hee-Je. Science in public: Trends and Determinants of Public Attitudes Toward Science . Ph.D. Dissertation: University Wisconsin, Madison, 2001.
Keywords: modernity | rhetoric of science | science and technology studies | social sciences | technology
  
Barber, Bernard. “Some Patterns and Processes in the Development of a Scientific Sociology of Science: Notes from a Sixty-Year Memoir.” In Segerstrale (Collections), pp. 63-73.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Bartsch, Ingrid. “Resident Alien: A Scientist in Women's Studies.” In Mayberry (Collections), pp. 30-34.
Keywords: gender studies | science and technology studies
  
Bauer, Henry H. “Antiscience in Current Science and Technology Studies.” In Segerstrale (Collections) , pp. 41-61.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Bauer, Henry H. Fatal Attractions: The Troubles with Science . New York: Paraview Press, 2001.
Keywords: popular sciences | science and technology studies | social sciences | technology
  
Bauer, Henry H. Science or Pseudoscience: Magnetic Healing, Psychic Phenomena, and Other Heterodoxies . Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2001.
Keywords: medicine | Occult Sciences | parapsychology | science and technology studies
  
Bernstein, Jeremy. The Merely Personal: Observations on Science and Scientists . Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2001.
Keywords: Albert Einstein | astronomy | Johannes Kepler | John Donne | Kurt Godel | nuclear energy | physical & mathematical sciences | physics | Richard Feynman | science and technology studies | Tom Stoppard
  
Best, Steven, and Douglas Kellner. The Postmodern Adventure: Science, Technology, and Cultural Studies at the Third Millennium . New York: Guilford Press, 2001.
Keywords: postmodernism | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Binetti, Saffo Testoni. “Rousseau, la storia e le scienza prima dell'esordio.” PPol [note: Pensiero Politico: Rivista di Storia delle Idee Politiche e Sociali ] 34 (2001): 209-219.
Keywords: Jean-Jacques Rousseau | science and technology studies
  
Birstein, Vadim J. The Perversion of Knowledge: The True Story of Soviet Scie nce. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2001.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Bix, Amy Sue. “History of Women in Science and Technology.” In MacNabb (Collections), pp. 193-201.
Keywords: gender studies | science and technology studies
  
Boissiere, Michelle B. “Artistically Inclined Students Should Be Encouraged to Pursue Careers in Science.” Am Biol Teach 63 (2001): 631-632.
Keywords: literature—general | science and technology studies
  
Bourgoing, Jacqueline de. The Calendar: History, Lore, and Legend . New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2001.
Keywords: calendar | science and technology studies | social sciences | visual arts—general
  
Bowler, Peter J. Reconciling Science and Religion: The Debate in Early-Twentieth-century Britain . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: religion | science and technology studies
  
Brey, Philip. “Hubert Dreyfus: Humans versus Computers.” In Achterhuis (Collections), pp. 37-63.
Keywords: Computers & Digital Technology | Hubert Dreyfus | mind | science and technology studies
  
Bricmont, Jean, and Alan Sokal. “Remarks on Methodological Relativism and ‘Antiscience.'” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 179-183.
Keywords: science and technology studies | science wars
  
Bricmont, Jean, and Alan Sokal. “Reply to Our Critics.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 243-254.
Keywords: science and technology studies | science wars
  
Bricmont, Jean, and Alan Sokal. “Science and Sociology of Science: Beyond War and Peace.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 27-47.
Keywords: science and technology studies | science wars
  
Brooke, John Hedley. “Science and Secularization.” In Woodhead (Collections), pp. 229-238.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Brorson, Stig, and Hanne Andersen. “Stabilizing and Changing Phenomenal Worlds: Ludwik Fleck and Thomas Kuhn on Scientific Literature.” Journal for General Philosophy of Science 32 (2001): 109-129.
Keywords: Ludwik Fleck | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Brown, James Robert. Who Rules in Science?: An Opinionated Guide to the Wars . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001.
Keywords: science and technology studies | science wars | social sciences
  
Carrier, Martin. “Changing Laws and Shifting Concepts: On the Nature and Impact of Incommensurability.” In Hoyningen (Collections), pp. 65-90.
Keywords: Paul Feyerabend | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Cech, Thomas R. “Overturning the Dogma: Catalytic RNA.” In Pfenninger (Collections), pp. 5-17.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas R. Cech
  
Charbonneau, Royal. “Une théopoésie pour scientifique.” In Hurley ( Collections ), pp. 183-196.
Keywords: metaphor | science and technology studies
  
Chimisso, Christina. Gaston Bachelard: Critic of Science and the Imagination. London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
Keywords: Gaston Bachelard | philosophy | science and technology studies
  
Christophorou, L. G. Place of Science in a World of Values and Facts . New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2001.
Keywords: philosophy | science and technology studies | scientific method | social sciences
  
Clarke, Jan. “From Biologist to Sociologist: Blurred Boundaries and Shared Practices.” In Mayberry (Collections) pp. 35-41.
Keywords: gender studies | science and technology studies
  
Cohen, Benjamin R. “Science and Humanities: Across Two Cultures and into Science Studies.” Endeavour 25 (March 2001): 8-12.
Keywords: C. P. Snow | F. R. Leavis | science and technology studies
  
Cole, Luke W., and Sheila R. Foster. From the Ground Up: Environmental Racism and the Rise of the Environmental Justice Movement . New York: New York University Press, 2001.
Keywords: environmental justice | race studies | science and technology studies
  
Collins, Harry. “A Martian Sends a Postcard Home.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 156-166.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Collins, Harry. “One More Round with Relativism.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 184-195.
Keywords: Alan D. Sokal | Jean Bricmont | science and technology studies | science wars | Steven Weinberg
  
Comesaña, Manuel. “¿Tiene Derecho a Existir la Filosofía de la Ciencia?” In Cao (Collections), pp.151-157.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Comfort, Nathaniel C. The Tangled Field: Barbara McClintock's Search for the Patterns of Genetic Control . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Barbara McClintock | gender studies | genetics | science and technology studies
  
Coupe, Laurence. “Kenneth Burke: Pioneer of Ecocriticism.” Journal of American Studies 35 (2001): 413-431.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Kenneth Burke | science and technology studies | theory
  
Creager, Angela N. H., Elizabeth Lunbeck, and Londa Schiebinger, eds. Feminism in Twentieth-century Science, Technology, and Medicine . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: gender studies | medicine | science and technology studies | social sciences | technology
  
Cudd, Ann E. “Objectivity and Ethno-Feminist Critiques of Science.” In Ashman (Collections), pp. 80-97.
Keywords: gender studies | race studies | science and technology studies
  
D'Agostino, Fred. “Incommensurability and Commensuration: Lessons from (and to) Ethico-Political Theory.” Stud Hist Phil Sci 31 (2000): 429-447.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Dascal, Marcelo. “Controversies and Epistemology.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 159-192.
Keywords: Imre Lakatos | Karl Popper | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Davies, Keith G. “What Makes Genetically Modified Organisms So Distasteful?” Trends in Biotechnology 19 (2001): 424-427.
Keywords: Aristotle | Charles Darwin | genetic engineering | Plato | science and technology studies
  
Davies, Kevin. Cracking the Genome: Inside the Race to Unlock Human DNA . New York: Free Press, 2001.
Keywords: genetics | popular sciences | science and technology studies
  
Dawson, Gowan. “Contextualising the ‘War' between Science and Religion.” In Woodhead (Collections), pp. 239-250.
Keywords: John Tyndall | science and technology studies | Walter Pater
  
Day, Michael A. “Oppenheimer on the Nature of Science.” Centaurus 43, no. 2 (2001): 73-112.
Keywords: J. Robert Oppenheimer | physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies
  
De Renzo-Huter, Lauretta. Maternity and Matricide in the Works of Carlo Emilio Gadda: A Kristevan Approach . Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Oregon, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Carlo Emilio Gadda | childbirth | Julia Kristeva | narrative | rhetoric of science | science and technology studies | theory
  
Dear, Peter Robert. Revolutionizing the Sciences: European Knowledge and Its Ambitions, 1500-1700 . Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | humanism | literature—Renaissance | philosophy | physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies
  
Dear, Peter. “Overdetermination and Contingency.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 196-200.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Dear, Peter. “Science Studies as Epistemography.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 128-141.
Keywords: Karl Popper | science and technology studies
  
Denton, Peter H. The ABC of Armageddon: Bertrand Russell on Science, Religion, and the Next War, 1919-1938 . Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2001.
Keywords: Bertrand Russell | ethics | philosophy | religion | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Devitt, Michael. “Incommensurability and the Priority of Metaphysics.” In Hoyningen (Collections), pp. 143-157.
Keywords: Paul Feyerabend | Paul Hoyningen-Huene | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Diederich, Werner. “The Structure of the Copernican Revolution.” Dialogos: Revista del Departmento de Filosofía Universidad de Puerto Rico 36 (January 2001): 7-24.
Keywords: I. Bernard Cohen | Johannes Kepler | Nicolaus Copernicus | physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Doppelt, Gerald. “Incommensurability and the Normative Foundations of Scientific Knowledge.” In Hoyningen (Collections), pp. 159-179.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Drago, Antonino. “Il metodo ermeneutico suggerito dalla storiografia della scienza.” In Ermeneutica Fenomenologia Storia , Giuseppe Cacciatore, ed., 459-479. Napoli: Liguori Edizione, 2001.
Keywords: Alexander Koyré | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Drago, Antonino. “The Several Categories Suggested for the ‘New Historiography of Science': An Interpretive Analysis from a Foundational Standpoint.” Epistemologia 24, no. 1 (2001): 43-81.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Dupre, John. Human Nature and the Limits of Science . Oxford, U.K.: Clarendon, 2001.
Keywords: genetics | philosophy | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science and technology studies
  
Ehrlich, Robert. Nine Crazy Ideas in Science: A Few Might Even Be True . Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2001.
Keywords: AIDS | astronomy | HIV | medicine | science and technology studies | scientific method | time travel
  
Flannery, Maura C. “Quilting: A Feminist Metaphor for Scientific Inquiry.” Qualitative Inquiry 7 (2001): 628-645.
Keywords: gender studies | metaphor | science and technology studies
  
Flichman, Eduardo H. “Newton's Dynamics, Kuhn, and Incommensurability.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 89-96.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Forsdyke, Donald R. The Origin of Species, Revisited: A Victorian who Anticipated Modern Developments in Darwin's Theory . Kingston, Ont.: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | evolution | George John Romanes | science and technology studies
  
Freedman, Carl. “Science Fiction and the Two Cultures: Reflections after the Snow-Leavis Controversy.” Extrapolation 42 (2001): 207-217.
Keywords: C. P. Snow | F. R. Leavis | science and technology studies | science fiction
  
Fried, Michael. “Response to Caroline A. Jones.” Crit Inq 27 (2001): 703-705.
Keywords: aesthetics | Caroline A. Jones | Frank Stella | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Fuller, Steve. “A Fuller Vision of Thomas Kuhn: Response to Roth and Mirowski.” Hist Human Sci 14 (May 2001): 111-117. [Also see Mirowski and Roth.
Keywords: science and technology studies | ] Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Fuller, Steve. “Discussion Note: Is There Philosophical Life after Kuhn?” Philosophy of Science 68 (2001): 565-572.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Fuller, Steve. “Science Studies through the Looking Glass: An Intellectual Itinerary.” In Segerstrale (Collections), pp. 185-217.
Keywords: Alan D.Sokal | science and technology studies | science wars
  
Fuller, Steve. “The Reenchantment of Science: A Fit End to the Science Wars?” In Ashman (Collections), pp. 183-208.
Keywords: Max Weber | science and technology studies
  
Gare, Arran. “Aleksandr Bogdanov's History, Socilogy and Philosophy of Science.” Stud Hist Phil Sci 31 (2000): 231-248.
Keywords: Aleksandr Bogdanov | science and technology studies
  
Garreau, Joel. “Technology: The Bitch Goddess (Modern Society's Love/Hate Relationship with Technology).” Whole Earth (Summer 2001): 40-44.
Keywords: science and technology studies | technology
  
Gear, Rachel. “All Those Nasty Womanly Things: Women Artists, Technology, and the Monstrous-Feminine.” Women's Studies International Forum 24 (2001): 321-333.
Keywords: Alexa Wright | Computers & Digital Technology | gender studies | Linda Orlan Dement | science and technology studies
  
Geisler, Eliezer. Creating Value with Science and Technology . Westport, CN: Quorum Books, 2001.
Keywords: science and technology studies | social sciences | technology
  
Germic, Stephen. American Green: Class, Crisis, and the Deployment of Nature in Central Park, Yosemite, and Yellowstone. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | environmental sciences | Frederick Law Olmsted | science and technology studies | social sciences | Yellowstone | Yosemite
  
Gillham, Nicholas W. A Life of Sir Francis Galton: From African Exploration to the Birth of Eugenics. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | eugenics | Francis Galton | genetics | science and technology studies
  
Glynos, Jason, and Yannis Stavrakakis. “Postures and Impostures: On Lacan's Style and Use of Mathematical Science.” American Imago 58 (2001): 685-706.
Keywords: Alan D. Sokal | Jacques Lacan | Jean Bricmont | science and technology studies
  
Goddard, Jean Christophe. “Réduction phenomenologique et projection dans la Doctrine de la science de 1804.” Kairos 17 (2001): 151-169.
Keywords: Johann Gottlieb Fichte | science and technology studies
  
Gordin, Michael Dan. The Ordered Society and its Enemies: D. I. Mendeleev and the Russian Empire, 1861--1905 . Ph.D. Dissertation: Harvard University, 2001.
Keywords: chemistry | Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev | gunpowder | periodic table | physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Götz, Ignacio L. Technology and the Spirit . Westport, CT, and London: Praeger, 2001.
Keywords: science and technology studies | technology
  
Grant, Iain Hamilton. “Postmodernism and Science and Technology.” In Sim (Collections), pp. 65-77.
Keywords: science and technology studies | theory
  
Gregory, Jane. “Reclaiming Responsibility.” In Labinger (Collections) pp. 201-205.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Grossman, Wendy . From Anarchy to Power: The Net Comes Of Age . New York; London: New York University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Computers & Digital Technology | internet | science and technology studies | social sciences | technology
  
Guyer, Paul. “Organisms and the Unity of Science.” In Watkins ( Collections ), pp. 259-281.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Immanuel Kant | science and technology studies
  
Hamilton, James. “Artists, Scientists and Events.” In Hamilton (Collections), pp. 1-30.
Keywords: science and technology studies | visual arts—19th C
  
Harding, Sandra. “After Absolute Neutrality: Expanding ‘Science.'” In Mayberry (Collections), pp. 291-304.
Keywords: gender studies | science and technology studies
  
Harrowitz, Nancy. “Primo Levi's Science as ‘Evil Nurse': The Lesson of Inversion.” In Kremer (Collections), pp. 59-73.
Keywords: Primo Levi | science and technology studies | science fiction
  
Haynes, Douglas Melvin. Imperial Medicine: Patrick Manson and the Conquest of Tropical Disease . Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001.
Keywords: medicine | Patrick Manson | science and technology studies
  
Hecht, Gabrielle. “Technology, Politics, and National Identity in France.” In Allen (Collections), pp. 251-293.
Keywords: electricity | science and technology studies | technology
  
Hefner, Philip. “Understanding Religion: The Challenge of E. O. Wilson.” Zygon 36 (2001): 241-248.
Keywords: E. O. Wilson | metaphor | science and technology studies
  
Heller, Michael. “Generalizations: From Quantum Mechanics to God.” In Russell2 (Collections), pp. 191-210.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | science and technology studies
  
Herbert, Christopher. Victorian Relativity: Radical Thought and Scientific Discovery . Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: evolution | Henri Poincaré | Herbert Spencer | J. B. Stallo | James Frazer | Karl Pearson | literature—19th C | relativity | rhetoric of science | science and technology studies | social sciences | William James
  
Herzig, Rebecca M. “'What about Biology?' Building Science into Introductory Women's Studies Curricula.” In Mayberry (Collections), pp. 183-192.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | education | gender studies | pedagogy | science and technology studies
  
Hill, Val, and Peter Every. “Postmodernism and the Cinema.” In Sim (Collections), pp. 101-111.
Keywords: film/TV | science and technology studies | technology | theory
  
Holmes, Hannah. The Secret Life of Dust: From the Cosmos to the Kitchen Counter, the Big Consequences of Little Things . New York: Wiley, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | physical & mathematical sciences | popular sciences | science and technology studies
  
Hudson, Robert G. “Discoveries, When and by Whom?” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 52 (2001): 75-93.
Keywords: Alan Musgrave | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Hughes, Gwyneth. “Science and Feminism: Partners or Rivals?” In MacNabb (Collections), pp. 177-184.
Keywords: gender studies | science and technology studies
  
Irwin, Alan. Sociology and the Environment: A Critical Introduction to Society, Nature, and Knowledge . Cambridge & Oxford, UK: Polity Press; Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers Inc., 2001.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Irzik, Gurol. “Universalism, Multiculturalism, and Science Education.” Science Education 85 (January 2001): 71-73.
Keywords: education | science and technology studies | theory
  
Jarvie, Ian C. The Republic of Science: The Emergence of Popper's Social View of Science 1935-1945 . Atlanta: Rodopi, 2001.
Keywords: Karl Popper | science and technology studies
  
Johnson, Steven. Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities, and Software . New York: Scribner, 2001.
Keywords: Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science and technology studies | technology
  
Jorgensen, Lone Morris. “Science Literates or Science Experts? (Problems in Science Teaching).” Science Teacher 68 (December 2001): 46-49.
Keywords: education | science and technology studies | science literacy
  
Jung, Hwa Jol. “The Posthumous McLuhan.” RSItal [note: Rivista di Studi Italiani ] 19 (December 2001): 27-47.
Keywords: Fritjof Capra | Marshall McLuhan | science and technology studies | technology
  
Kadvany, John David. Imre Lakatos and the Guises of Reason. Durham: Duke University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Imre Lakatos | philosophy | science and technology studies
  
Keller, Evelyn Fox. “Making a Difference: Feminist Movement and Feminist Critiques of Science.” In Creager (Collections), pp. 98-109.
Keywords: gender studies | science and technology studies
  
Kerley, Barbara. The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins: An Illuminating History of Mr. Waterhouse Hawkins, Artist and Lecturer . New York: Scholastic, 2001.
Keywords: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins | literature--19th C | literature--children's paleontology | science and technology studies | visual arts—19th C
  
Kidner, David W. Nature and Psyche: Radical Environmentalism and the Politics of Subjectivity . Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2001.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science and technology studies
  
Kirchoff, Bruce K. “Aspects of a Goethean Science: Complexity and Holism in Science and Art.” In Rowland ( Collections ), pp. 79-89.
Keywords: chaos theory | Johann W. von Goethe | science and technology studies
  
Kitzmann, Andreas. “Pioneer Spirits and the Lure of Technology: Vannevar Bush's Desk, Theodor Nelson's World.” Configurations 9 (2001): 441-459.
Keywords: science and technology studies | technology | Theodor Nelson | Vannevar Bush
  
Kleeberg, Wolfgang, and Tilmann Walter. "Der mehrdimensionale Mensch. Zum Verhältnis von Biologie und kultureller Entwicklung." In Kleeberg (Collections), pp. 21-72.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | genetics | science and technology studies
  
Kristol, Irving. “Is Technology a Threat to Liberal Society?” Public Interest (Spring 2001): 45-52.
Keywords: science and technology studies | technology
  
Kroon, Fred, and Robert Nola. “Ramsification, Reference Fixing and Incommensurability.” In Hoyningen (Collections), pp. 91-121.
Keywords: David Popineau | FrankRamsey | Paul Feyerabend | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Kuhn, Robert Lawrence, ed. Closer to Truth: Challenging Current Belief . New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | genetics | internet mind | physical & mathematical sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science and technology studies | technology
  
Kuipers, Theo A. F. “Epistemological Positions in the Light of Truth Approximation.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 79-88.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Kuusisto, Pekka Johannes. From the Center to the Circumference: Encyclopedic Topologies in Literature from Dante Through Modern Science Fiction . Ph.D. Dissertation: University of California, Riverside, 2001.
Keywords: Dante Alighieri | Franz Kafka | Gregory Benford | Henry James | Plato | postmodernism | rhetoric of science | science and technology studies | science fiction | Umberto Eco
  
Labinger, Jay A. “Awakening a Sleeping Giant?” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 167-176.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Labinger, Jay A., and Harry Collins, eds. The One Culture?: A Conversation About Science . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: Alan Turing | Ludwig Wittgenstein | Michael Polanyi | philosophy | physical & mathematical sciences | physics | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science and technology studies | science wars | scientific method | social sciences
  
Lacey, Hugh. “Incommensurability and ‘Multicultural Science.'” In Hoyningen (Collections) pp. 225-239. [Also see Siegel.
Keywords: Harvey Siegel | science and technology studies | ] Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Larson, Edward John. Evolution's Workshop: God and Science on the Galapagos Islands. New York: Basic Books, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | evolution | Galapagos Islands | science and technology studies
  
Lash, Scott. “Technological Forms of Life.” TCS 18 (2001): 105-120.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Leimgruber, Walter. “Psychiatrie und Fürsorge: Zum Verhältnis von Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft um 1900.” Gesnerus 58 (2001): 123-142.
Keywords: eugenics | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science and technology studies
  
Lekstorsky, Vladislav A. “Scientific Knowledge as Historical and Cultural Phenomenon.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 205-212.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Lennox, James G. Aristotle's Philosophy of Biology: Studies in the Origins of Life Science . Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Aristotle | Biological Sciences | science and technology studies
  
Letts, Will. “When Science is Strangely Alluring: Interrogating the Masculinist and Heteronormative Nature of Primary School Science.” Gender and Education 13 (2001): 261-274.
Keywords: education | gender studies | pedagogy | science and technology studies
  
Lovelock, J. E. Homage to Gaia: The Life of an Independent Scientist . New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Gaia | J. E. Lovelock | science and technology studies
  
Löhkivi, Endla. “Herman Boerhaave— Communis Europae Praeceptor : Internal vs. External in the History of Science.” In Vihalemm (Collections), pp. 139-150.
Keywords: education | Herman Boerhaave | physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies
  
Lynch, Michael. “Is a Science Peace Process Necessary?” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 48-60.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Lynch, William. Solomon's Child: Method in the Early Royal Society of London. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Francis Bacon | Royal Society | science and technology studies | scientific method
  
Lynn, Richard. The Science of Human Diversity: A History of the Pioneer Fund . Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2001.
Keywords: eugenics | heredity | Pioneer Fund | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | race studies | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Magnani, Lorenzo. Abduction, Reason, and Science: Processes of Discovery and Explanation . New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2001.
Keywords: logic | philosophy | science and technology studies
  
Mayberry, Maralee, Banu Subramaniam, and Lisa H. Weasel. Feminist Science Studies: A New Generation . New York: Routledge, 2001.
Keywords: gender studies | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
McGowan, Christopher. The Dragon Seekers: How an Extraordinary Circle of Fossilists Discovered the Dinosaurs and Daved the Way for Darwin . Cambridge, MA: Perseus Pub., 2001.
Keywords: Charles Darwin | dinosaurs | evolution | fossils | gender studies | paleontology | science and technology studies
  
McMullin, Ernan. “Formalism and Ontology in Early Astronomy.” In Russell2 (Collections), pp. 55-78.
Keywords: astronomy | Galileo Galilei | Johannes Kepler | NicolausCopernicus | physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies
  
McNeill, William H. “Passing Strange: The Convergence of Evolutionary Science with Scientific History.” History and Theory 40 (February 2001): 1-15.
Keywords: evolution | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Melott, Adrian. “Randomized Thoughts of a Cultural Turncoat.” In Ashman (Collections), pp. 30-32.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Mermin, N. David. “Conversing Seriously with Sociologists.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 83-98.
Keywords: David Bloor | Harry Collins | science and technology studies | Trevor Pinch
  
Mermin, N. David. “Real Essences and Human Experience.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 216-220.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Midgley, Mary. Science and Poetry . London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
Keywords: literature—19th & 20th C | philosophy poetry | science and technology studies | scientific method
  
Mirowski, Philip. “What's Kuhn Got to Do with IT?” Hist Human Sci 14 (May 2001): 97-111. [Also see Fuller-“A Fuller”.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn | ] James B. Conant
  
Moore, Randy. “The ‘Pretty Redhead' Who Changed Science Education: Superficial Descriptions—Devaluing Women's Professional Accomplishments.” Journal of College Science Teaching 31 (2001): 194-196.
Keywords: education | evolution Popular Sciences | science and technology studies | Susan Epperson
  
Morgan, Diane. “Postmodernism and Architecture.” In Sim (Collections) pp. 78-88.
Keywords: architecture | Charles Jencks | science and technology studies | technology
  
Moring, Inka. “Detecting the Fictional Problem Solvers in Time and Space: Metaphors Guiding Qualitative Analysis and Interpretation.” Qualitative Inquiry 7 (2001): 346-369.
Keywords: metaphor | rhetoric of science | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Morris, Martin. Rethinking the Communicative Turn: Adorno, Habermas, and the Problem of Communicative Freedom . Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2001.
Keywords: Jurgen Habermas | rhetoric of science | science and technology studies | social sciences | Theodor W. Adorno
  
Moulines, C. Ulises. “Ontology, Reduction, and the Unity of Science.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 19-27.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | science and technology studies
  
Munnik, René. “Donna Haraway: Cyborgs for Earthly Survival?” In Achterhuis (Collections), pp. 95-118.
Keywords: cyborgs | Donna Haraway | science and technology studies
  
Murphy, Thomas K. A Land Without Castles: The Changing Image of America in Europe, 1780-1830 . Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2001.
Keywords: geography | Popular Sciences visual arts—18th &19 th C | science and technology studies
  
Mwamba, Tchafu . Michael Polanyi's Philosophy of Scien ce. Lewiston, N.Y.: E. Mellen Press, 2001.
Keywords: Michael Polanyi | philosophy | science and technology studies
  
Narcy, Michel. “Qu'est-ce que la science? Réponses dans le Théétète .” In Narcy (Collections), pp. 49-72.
Keywords: Plato | science and technology studies
  
Näpinen, Leo. “The Problem of the Relationship between Human and Physical Realities in Ilya Prigogine's Paradigm of Self-Organization.” In Vihalemm (Collections), pp. 151-164.
Keywords: Ilya Prigogine | science and technology studies
  
Neeley, Kathryn Angelyn. Mary Somerville: Science, Illumination, and the Female Mind . Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Mary Somerville | science and technology studies | visual arts—19th C
  
Newman, William R. “Alchemical Symbolism and Concealment: The Chemical House of Libavius.” In Galison ( Collections ) pp. 59-77.
Keywords: alchemy | Andreas Libavius | architecture | Occult Sciences | science and technology studies
  
Nowotny, Helga, Peter Scott, and Michael Gibbons. Re-thinking Science: Knowledge and the Public in an Age of Uncertainty. Cambridge, U.K.; Malden, MA: Polity and Blackwell, 2001.
Keywords: Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
O'Leary, De Lacy. How Greek Science Passed to the Arabs . London: Kegan Paul, 2001.
Keywords: science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Oliver, J. Steve, and B. Kim Nichols. “Intellectual Independence as a Persistent Theme in the Literature of Science Education: 1900-1950.” Social Science and Mathematics 101 (January 2001): 49-56.
Keywords: education | science and technology studies
  
Owen, Ruth J. “Science in Contemporary Poetry: A Point of Comparison between Raoul Schrott and Durs Grünbein.” GLL 54 (2001): 82-96.
Keywords: Durs Grünbein | Raoul Schrott | science and technology studies
  
Palade, George E. “Tides of Genius.” In Pfenninger (Collections), pp. 145-188.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Parsons, Keith M. Drawing Out Leviathan: Dinosaurs and the Science Wars . Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2001.
Keywords: dinosaurs | paleontology | science and technology studies | science wars | social sciences
  
Patellis, Ioli. “Hobbes on Explanation and Understanding.” JHI 62 (2001): 445-462.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas Hobbes
  
Paulson, William. “For a Cosmopolitical Philology: Lessons from Science Studies.” SubStance 30, no. 3 (2001): 101-119.
Keywords: Bruno Latour | Isabelle Stengers | science and technology studies | theory
  
Pérez-Gómez, Alberto. “Architecture as Science: Analogy or Disjunction?” In Galison (Collections), pp. 337-351.
Keywords: architecture | science and technology studies | technology
  
Picart, Caroline Joan (“Kay”) S. “Through the Lens of an Insider-Outsider: Gender, Race, and (Self-)Representation in Science.” In Mayberry (Collections), pp. 42-47.
Keywords: gender studies | race studies | science and technology studies
  
Picart, Caroline Joan (“Kay”) S. “Working at the Limen: Repositioning Authority in Science and Art.” In Mayberry (Collections), pp. 204-215.
Keywords: education | gender studies pedagogy | science and technology studies
  
Pickstone, John V. Ways of Knowing: A New History of Science, Technology, and Medicine . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | science and technology studies | technology
  
Piel, Gerard. The Age of Science: What Scientists Learned in the 20th Century . New York: Basic Books, 2001.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Pinch, Trevor. “Does Science Studies Undermine Science? Wittgenstein, Turing, and Polanyi as Precursors for Science Studies and the Science Wars.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 13-26.
Keywords: Alan Turing | Ludwig Wittgenstein | Michael Polanyi | science and technology studies
  
Pourciau, Bruce. “Intuitionism as a (Failed) Kuhnian Revolution in Mathematics.” Stud Hist Phil Sci 31 (2000): 297-329.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Psillos, Stathis. “Rudolf Carnap's ‘Theoretical Concepts in Science.'” Stud Hist Phil Sci 31 (2000): 151-172.
Keywords: Rudolf Carnap | science and technology studies
  
Pstruzina, Karel. “Is Kuhnian Paradigm in Crisis? [Title trans. from Czech].” Filosofický Casopis 49 (2001): 197-212.
Keywords: cognition | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Pursell, Carroll. “Feminism and the Rethinking of the History of Technology.” In Creager (Collections), pp. 113-127.
Keywords: gender studies | science and technology studies | technology
  
Quintili, Paolo . La pensée critique de Diderot: Matérialisme, science et poésie à l'âge de l'Encyclopédie, 1742-1782 . Paris: Champion, 2001.
Keywords: Denis Diderot | science and technology studies
  
Ratzsch, Delvin Lee. Nature, Design, and Science: The Status of Design in Natural Science . Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2001.
Keywords: religion | science and technology studies
  
Rau, Erik P. “Technological Systems, Expertise, and Policy Making: The British Origins of Operational Research.” In Allen (Collections), pp. 215-252.
Keywords: Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett | science and technology studies | technology
  
Rea, Tom. Bone Wars: The Excavation and Celebrity of Andrew Carnegie's Dinosaur. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001.
Keywords: Andrew Carnegie | dinosaur | paleontology | science and technology studies
  
Ridley, Brian . On Science . London: Routledge, 2001.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Rosales Rodriguez, Aman. “Racionalidad y progreso cientifico: en torno a la relación Popper-Kuhn.” Revista de Filosofía de la Universidad de Costa Rica 39, no. 1 (2001): 109-122.
Keywords: Karl Popper | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Rose, Kenneth David. One Nation Underground: The Fallout Shelter in American Culture . New York: New York University Press, 2001.
Keywords: cold war | nuclear warfare | popular science | science and technology studies
  
Roth, Paul A. “Fuller's ‘18th Brumaire of Thomas K.'” Hist Human Sci 14 (May 2001): 87-117. [Also see Fuller-“A Fuller”.
Keywords: science and technology studies | ] Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Ruse, Michael. The Evolution Wars: A Guide to the Debates . New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | evolution | science and technology studies | social sciences
  
Saulson, Peter R. “Confessions of a Believer.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 227-232.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Saulson, Peter R. “Life inside a Case Study.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 73-82.
Keywords: Harry Collins | science and technology studies
  
Saulson, Peter R. “Pilgrims' Progress.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 283-288.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Schlosser, Eric. Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal . Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2001.
Keywords: Medicine Popular Sciences | science and technology studies
  
Schmithausen, Lambert. “Aldous Huxley's View of Nature.” In Barfoot (Collections), pp. 151-173.
Keywords: Aldous Huxley | science and technology studies
  
Schütt, Hans-Werner. History of Science between Two Cultures. Taipei: International Exchange Committee, Tamkang University, 2001.
Keywords: alchemy | education | Occult Sciences | physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies | technology
  
Scribner, F. Scott. Spirit in the Age of Technology: The Fichtean Imagination and the Medium of Soul . Ph. D. Dissertation: State University of New York-Binghamton, 2000.
Keywords: imagination | Johann Gottlieb Fichte | science and technology studies
  
Segerstråle, Ullica. “Anti-Antiscience: A Phenomenon in Search of an Explanation. Part I. Anatomy of Recent ‘Antiscience' Allegations.” In Segerstrale (Collections), pp. 75-100.
Keywords: Gerald Holton | Karl Popper | Norman Levitt | Paul Gross | science and technology studies
  
Segerstråle, Ullica. “Anti-Antiscience: A Phenomenon in Search of an Explanation. Part II. The Conflict about the Social Role of Science.” In Segerstrale (Collections), pp. 101-121.
Keywords: Norman Levitt | Paul Gross | science and technology studies
  
Segerstråle, Ullica. “Science and Science Studies: Enemies or Allies?” In Segerstrale (Collections), pp. 1-40.
Keywords: Alan D.Sokal | science and technology studies | science wars
  
Shank, Barry, Shari Speer, Alan Thompson, and Sarah Wayland. “Pure Objects and Useful Knowledges.” In Ashman (Collections) pp. 66-79.
Keywords: Pierre Bourdieu | science and technology studies
  
Shapere, Dudley. “Reasons, Radical Change and Incommensurability in Science.” In Hoyningen (Collections), pp. 181-206.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Shapin, Steven. “How to be Antiscientific.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 99-115.
Keywords: | science and technology studies
  
Shermer, Michael. The Borderlands of Science: Where Sense Meets Nonsense. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: parapsychology | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science and technology studies
  
Siegel, Harvey. “Incommensurability, Rationality and Relativism: In Science, Culture and Science Education.” In Hoyningen (Collections) pp. 207-224. [Also see Lacey.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn | ] education
  
Simonutti, Luisa. “La filosofia incise: il segno del concettuale.” In Meloi Collections) pp. 81-112.
Keywords: Plato | science and technology studies
  
Smith, David Norman. “The Stigma of Reason: Irrationalism as a Problem for Social Theory.” In Ashman (Collections) pp. 151-182.
Keywords: Alan D. Sokal | Niels Bohr | Oswald Spengler | science and technology studies | social sciences | Werner Heissenberg
  
Smith, Jonathan. “Philip Gosse and the Varieties of Natural Theology.” In Woodhead (Collections), pp. 251-262.
Keywords: Philip Henry Gosse | science and technology studies
  
Smits, Martjntje. “Langdon Winner: Technology as a Shadow Constitution.” In Achterhuis (Collections), pp. 147-169.
Keywords: Langdon Winner | science and technology studies | technology
  
Sokal, Alan D. “What the Social Text Affair Does and Does Not Prove: A Critical Look at ‘Science Studies.'” In Ashman (Collections), pp. 14-29.
Keywords: Bruno Latour | science and technology studies
  
Stein, Barbara R. On Her Own Terms: Annie Montague Alexander and the Rise of Science in the American West. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2001.
Keywords: Annie Montague Alexander Alexander | Biological Sciences | science and technology studies | zoology
  
Steiner, George. Grammars of Creation: Originating in the Gifford Lectures for 1990 . New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2001.
Keywords: literature—biblical | literature—general | Paul Celan | science and technology studies | technology
  
Stolzenberg, Gabriel. “Reading and Relativism: An Introduction to the Science Wars.” In Ashman (Collections), pp. 33-65.
Keywords: relativity | science and technology studies | theory
  
Stove, David Charles. Scientific Irrationalism: Origins of a Postmodern Cult . New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 2001.
Keywords: Karl Popper | philosophy | science and technology studies | scientific method | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Strube, Christian. "Zwei Kulturen der Rede von Biopolitik." In Kleeberg (Collections) pp. 205-234.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | genetics | science and technology studies
  
Swann, Marjorie. Curiosities and Texts: The Culture of Collecting in Early Modern England . Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001.
Keywords: collecting | literature--17th C | natural history | science and technology studies
  
Thibault, Sebastien. “Techno: le second dégré de l'aura.” Sociétés 3 (2001): 109-114.
Keywords: aesthetics | Computers & Digital Technology | science and technology studies | Walter Benjamin
  
Tijmes, Pieter. “Albert Borgmann: Technology and the Character of Everyday Life.” In Achterhuis (Collections), pp. 11-36.
Keywords: Albert Borgmann | science and technology studies
  
Todd, Edmund N. “Engineering Politics, Technological Fundamentalism, and German Power Technology, 1900-1936.” In Allen (Collections), pp. 145-174.
Keywords: Arthur Koepchen | electricity | Georg Klingenberg | science and technology studies | technology | Wilhelm Stiel
  
Tresch, John. “On Going Native: Thomas Kuhn and Anthropological Method.” Philosophy of the Social Sciences 31 (2001): 302-322.
Keywords: science and technology studies | social sciences | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Veit-Brause, Irmline. “Scientists and the Cultural Politics of Academic Disciplines in Late 19th-Century Germany: Emil Du Bois-Reymond and the Controversy over the Role of the Cultural Sciences.” Hist Human Sci 14 (2001): 31-56.
Keywords: Emil Du Bois-Reymond | science and technology studies | technology
  
Verbeek, Peter-Paul. “Don Ihde: The Technological Lifeworld.” In Achterhuis (Collections) pp. 119-146.
Keywords: Don Ihde | Martin Heidegger | science and technology studies
  
Vihalemm, Rein. “Chemistry as an Interesting Subject for the Philosophy of Science.” In Vihalemm (Collections), pp. 185-200.
Keywords: Aristotle | Immanuel Kant | physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies
  
Vijande-Martinez, Amalia. “Dos lineas en el studio de la tecnologia: El determinismo tecnológico y el contructivismo social.” In Studia Philosophica , vol. II, Julian Velarde Lombrana, ed., 231-245. Oviedo: Universidad de Oviedo, 2001.
Keywords: Langston Winner | science and technology studies | technology
  
von Dietze, Erich. Paradigms Explained: Rethinking Thomas Kuhn's Philosophy of Science . Westport, CT, and London: Praeger, 2001.
Keywords: Paul Feyerabend | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Walters, Stuart Max, and Elizabeth Anne Stow. Darwin's Mentor: John Stevens Henslow, 1796-1861 . Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | botany | John Stevens Henslow | science and technology studies
  
Waters, Lindsay. “The Age of Incommensurability.” Boundary 2 28 (Summer 2001): 133-172.
Keywords: literature—general | science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Weinberg, Steven. Facing Up: Science and Its Cultural Adversaries . Cambridge, MA, and London: Harvard University Press, 2001 .
Keywords: Alan D. Sokal | quantum theory | relativity | science and technology studies | science wars | string theory | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Weinberg, Steven. “Physics and History.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 116-127.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuh
  
Whitaker, Martha P. L. “Oases in a Desert: Why a Hydrologist Meanders Between Science and Women's Studies.” In Mayberry (Collections), pp. 48-54.
Keywords: gender studies | science and technology studies
  
White, Michael. Rivals: Conflict as the Fuel of Science . London: Secker & Warburg, 2001. Also as Acid Tongues and Tranquil Dreamers: Tales of Bitter Rivalry that Fueled the Advancement of Science and Technology . New York: Morrow, 2001.
Keywords: Antoine Laurent de Lavoisier | Bill Gates | Charles Darwin | Francis Crick | Gottfried W. Leibniz | James Watson | Joseph Priestley | Larry Ellison | Linus Pauling | Maurice Wilkins | Nikola Tesla | Psychological & Cognitive Science | Richard Owen | Rosalind Franklin | science and technology studies | technology | Thomas Edison
  
Wilson, Kenneth G., and Constance K. Barsky. “From Social Construction to Questions for Research: The Promise of the Sociology of Science.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 142-155.
Keywords: science and technology studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Winsor, Mary P. “The Practitioner of Science: Everyone Her Own Historian.” J Hist Biol 34 (2001): 229-245.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Carl Becker | science and technology studies
  
Winter, Ursula. “Naturphilosophie und Naturwissenschaften.” In Glaser (Collections), pp. 173-208.
Keywords: science and technology studies | theory
  
Witmore, Michael. “When the Mirror Looks Back: Nature in the Scholarship of the Humanities.” In Mayberry (Collections), pp. 92-96.
Keywords: education | pedagogy | science and technology studies
  
Wynn, Charles M., and Arthur W. Wiggins. Quantum Leaps in the Wrong Direction: Where Real Science Ends--and Pseudoscience Begins . Washington, D.C.: Joseph Henry Press, 2001.
Keywords: popular sciences | pseudoscience | science and technology studies | scientific method
  
Zlotsky, Andres. Supposed Science, Alleged Fiction Distortion Patterns in the Transmission of Cultural Paradigms in the Twentieth Century . Ph.D. Dissertation: State University of New York, Buffalo, 2001.
Keywords: Allen Hynek | Arthur Clarke | Bertrand Méheust | Brenda Denzler | Donald Menzel | film/TV | H. G. Wells | Isaac Asimov | J. Edgar Hoover | Jacques Vellé | John Fowles | Juan Ignacio Ferreras | Jules Verne | Julio Cortázar | literature--20th C | Philip Klass | popular sciences | psychoanalysis | rhetoric of science | Richard Condon | science and technology studies | science fiction | semiotics | Steven Spielberg | Theodore Sturgeon | Thomas Disch | UFOs | Ursula Le Guin