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Brashear, Ronald, and Daniel Lewis. Star Struck: One Thousand Years of the Art and Science of Astronomy . San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 2001.
Keywords: astrology | astronomy | light | photography | physical and mathematical sciences | telescope | visual arts—medieval | visual arts—Renaissance
  
Abrioux, Yves. “Pour une physique littéraire: Ostinato (1997) de Louis-René Des Forêts.” In Minary (Collections), pp. 53-88.
Keywords: chaos theory | Louis-René Des Forêts | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Acheraiou, Amar. “Joseph Conrad's Poetics: Space and Time.” ECon [note: Époch Conradienne] 27 (2001): 33-52.
Keywords: Joseph Conrad | physical and mathematical sciences | relativity
  
Adde, Amélie. “La structure de la Comedia à la lumière de la théorie des fractals.” In Minary (Collections), pp. 89-108.
Keywords: fractals | Lope de Vega | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Alber, Mark. “Creative Writing and Chemistry.” J Chem Educ 78 (2001): 478-480.
Keywords: chemistry | literature—general | pedagogy | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Alexander, Amir R. “Exploration Mathematics: The Rhetoric of Discovery and the Rise of Infinitesimal Methods,” Configurations 1-36 Vol 9, #1 Winter 2001.
Keywords: Bonaventur a Cavalieri | Christopher Clavius | Discover | Edward Wright | Evangelista Torricelli | exploration discovery & travel | Francis Bacon | Galileo Galilei | John Wallis | metaphor | physical and mathematical sciences | Simon Stevin | William Oughtred
  
Allert, Beate. ”Hidden Aspects of Goethe's Writings on Color, Seeing, and Motion and their Significance for a Feminist Visual Theory.” In Bodies of Resistance: New Phenomenologies of Politics, Agency, and Culture , Laura Doyle, ed., 144-191. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2001.
Keywords: color | gender studies | Isaac Newton | Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences | vision
  
Armstrong, Tim. “Poetry and Science.” In A Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry , Neil Roberts, ed., 76-88. Oxford and Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | literature—20th C | physical and mathematical sciences | poetry
  
Baker, Robert S. “Science and Modernity in Aldous Huxley's Inter-War Essays and Novels.” In Barfoot (Collections), pp. 35-58.
Keywords: Aldous Huxley | physical and mathematical sciences | technology
  
Balakier, James J. “A Pre-Newtonian Gravitational Trope in Thomas Traherne's ‘Centuries of Meditations.'” English Language Notes 39 (September 2001): 32-40.
Keywords: Aristotle | astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences | Thomas Traherne
  
Baldwin, Martha. “Kircher's Magnetic Investigations.” In Stolzenberg, pp. 27-36.
Keywords: Athanasius Kircher | physical and mathematical sciences | William Gilbert
  
Bamyeh, Mohammed A. “Chaos and the Conduits of Understanding.” SocSem [note: Social Semantics ] 11 (April 2001): 5-21.
Keywords: chaos theory | literature—general | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Barker, Peter. “Incommensurability and Conceptual Change during the Copernican Revolution.” In Hoyningen (Collections), pp. 241-273.
Keywords: astronomy | Claudius | Johannes Kepler | Nicolaus Copernicus | physical and mathematical sciences | Ptolemy
  
Bauer, Barbara. “Experimentalphysik und Theologie. Die Embleme im mathematisch-physikalischen Museum zu Dillingen und die Physik P. Berthold Hausers SJ.“ In Danneberg (Collections), pp. 35-89.
Keywords: museums | P. Berthold Hauser | physical and mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Belloli, Jay. “Contemporary Art and the Cosmos.” In Belloli (Collections), pp. 94-107.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—20th C
  
Ben-Chaim, Michael. “The Discovery of Natural Goods: Newton's Vocation as an ‘Experimental Philosopher.'” BJHS 34 (2001): 395-416.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | optics | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Bender, Susan. “Seeing the World in Maps.” In Bender, pp. 10-27.
Keywords: cartography | physical and mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Bensaude-Vincent, Bernadette. “Graphic Representations of the Periodic System of Chemical Elements.” In Klein (Collections), pp. 133-161.
Keywords: chemistry | Dimitri Mendeleev | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Beretta, Marco. Imaging a Career in Science: The Iconography of Antoine Laurent Lavoisier . Canton, MA: Science History Publications, 2001.
Keywords: Antoine Laurent Lavoisier | Jacques Louis David | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—18 h & 19th C
  
Berkel, Klaas van. “Vermeer and the Representation of Science.” In The Cambridge Companion to Vermeer , Wayne E. Franits, ed., 131-139. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: astronomy | Jan Vermeer | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—17th C
  
Berlinski, David. Newton's Gift: How Sir Isaac Newton Unlocked the System of the World . New York: Free Press, 2000.
Keywords: astronomy | color | Isaac Newton | light | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Bersier, Gabrielle. “Goethe's Geology in Flux: Vulcanism and Neptunism in the Translation of Richard Payne Knight's Expedition into Sicily and the Italian Journey .” In Rowland ( Collections ) , pp. 35-45.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | geology | Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences | Richard Payne Knight
  
Bettini, Amalia. “Leopardi e alcuni temi di filosofia della natura e del cosmo.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 143-159.
Keywords: Giacomo Leopardi | physical and mathematical sciences | theory
  
Bonevac, Daniel. “Defeasibly Sufficient Reason.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 1-10.
Keywords: | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Braun, Theodore E. D. “Chaos, Contingency, and Candide .” In Cope (Collections), pp. 199-209.
Keywords: chaos theory | physical and mathematical sciences | Voltaire
  
Brennan, Matthew C. “Coleridge, Friedrich, and the ‘Hymn' to Mountain Glory.” LJHum [note: Lamar Journal of the Humanities] 26 (Fall 2001): 21-38.
Keywords: Caspar David Friedrich | geology | physical and mathematical sciences | Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  
Brown, Harvey R., and Oliver Pooley. “The Origin of the Spacetime Metric: Bell 's ‘Lorentzian Pedagogy' and Its Significance in General Relativity.” In Callender (Collections), pp. 256-272.
Keywords: Albert Einstein | clocks | J. S. Bell | physical and mathematical sciences | relativity | time
  
Bullock, Kurt E. Narrative Space and Time: The Rhetoric of Disruption in the Short-story Form. Ph.D. Dissertation: Ball State University, 2001.
Keywords: composition | Edgar Allan Poe | education | Gerard Genette | James Phelan | Kenneth Burke | narrative | Paul Ricoeur | pedagogy | Peter Brooks | physical and mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | space | Susan Snider Lanser | time | Umberto Eco | Wolfgang Iser
  
Bulson, Eric. “Joyce's Geodesy.” JML [note: Journal of Modern Literature ] 25 (2001): 80-96.
Keywords: cartography | geography | James Joyce | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Bush, Ronald. “Science, Epistemology, and Literature in Ezra Pound's Objectivist Poetics (with a Glance at the New Physics, Louis Zukofsky, Aristotle, Neural Network Theory, and Sir Philip Sidney).” In The Idea and the Thing in Modernist American Poetry , Cristina Giorcelli, ed., 147-172. Palermo: Ila Palma, 2001.
Keywords: Aristotle | Ezra Pound | Louis Zukofsky | Philip Sidney | physical and mathematical sciences | Psychological Sciences | Science Studies | theory
  
Butterfield, Jeremy. “Some Worlds of Quantum Theory.” In Russell2 ( Collections ), pp. 111-140.
Keywords: David Wallace | Hugh Everett | indeterminacy | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | Simon Saunders
  
Camerota, Filippo, ed. Nel segno di Masaccio: l'invenzione della prospettiva . [Exh. cat. Galleria degli Uffizi.] Firenze : Giuni: Firenze musei, 2001.
Keywords: Masaccio | perspective | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Cao, Tian Yu. “Representation or Construction? An Interpretation of Quantum Field Theory.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 115-123.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | rhetoric of science
  
Carrier, Martin. “Kant's Mechanical Determination of Matter in the Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science .” In Watkins (Collections), pp. 117-135.
Keywords: Immanuel Kant | physical and mathematical sciences | Science Studies
  
Carrier, Martin. “Kant's Theory of Matter and His Views on Chemistry.” In Watkins (Collections), pp. 205-230.
Keywords: chemistry | Georg E. Stahl | Immanuel Kant | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Casini, Paolo. “L'iniziazione di Leopardi: filosofia dei lumi e scienza newtoniana.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 59-77.
Keywords: Giacomo Leopardi | Isaac Newton | physical and mathematical sciences | Science Studies
  
Chu, Petra ten-Doesschate. “'A Science and an Art at Once': Delacroix's Pictorial Theory and Practice.” In Wright (Collections), pp. 88-107.
Keywords: color | Eugène Delacroix | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts--general
  
Ciardi, Marco. “Amedeo Avogadro's Concept of the Atom: Some New Remarks.” Ambix 48 (2001): 17-24.
Keywords: Amedeo Avogadro | Antoine de Lavoisier | Anton de Fourcroy | Claude Louis Berthollet | Joseph-Louis Proust | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Clark, David H., and Stephen P. H. Clark. Newton's Tyranny: The Suppressed Scientific Discoveries of Stephen Gray and John Flamsteed . New York: W.H. Freeman and Co., 2001.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | John Flamsteed | physical and mathematical sciences | Stephen Gray
  
Clark, Shari Jill. The Science in Modernist Literature: Degeneration, Dynamics and Demons . Ph. D. Dissertation: Texas Tech University, 2001.
Keywords: Ezra Pound | Fritz Lang | Joseph Conrad | literature—20th C | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Cobb, Cathy, and Harold Goldwhite. Creations of Fire: Chemistry's Lively History from Alchemy to the Atomic Age . Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2001.
Keywords: alchemy | chemistry | Occult Sciences | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Cohen, I. Bernard. “The Case of the Missing Author: The Title Page of Newton's Opticks (1704), with Notes on the Title Page of Huygens's Traité de la lumière .” In Buchwald (Collections), pp. 15-45.
Keywords: Christian Huygens | Isaac Newton | optics | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Compton, Anne. “Physics and Poetry: The Complex World of Alan R. Wilson.” CanL 170-171 (2001): 91-107.
Keywords: Alan R. Wilson | physical and mathematical sciences | poetry
  
Conde, Susan. “The Fractal Artist.” Leonardo 34, no. 1 (2001): 3-10.
Keywords: 20th C | fractals | geometry | mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts
  
Cordero, Alberto. “Physics and the Undetermination Thesis: Some Lessons from Quantum Theory.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 97-113.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory
  
Corsi, Elisabetta. “Perspectiva iluminadora e iluminación de la perspective: La version del arte occidental de la perspective, de Nian Xiyao (1671-1738) en los prologos a la ‘Ciencia de la vision.'” EOMC [note: Estudios de Asia y Africa ] 36 (2001): 375-418.
Keywords: Andrea Pozzo | architecture | Nien Hsi-yao | perspective | physical and mathematical sciences | Shih-hsueh | visual arts—17th C
  
Cosgrove, Denis E. Apollo's Eye: A Cartographic Genealogy of the Earth in the Western Imagination . Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.
Keywords: cartography | geography | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Cosgrove, Denis. “Cosmology and Cosmography, 1450-1650.” In Belloli ( Collections ) , pp. 19-31.
Keywords: astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—medieval | visual arts—Renaissance
  
Coyle, Fiona. “A Third Space? Postcolonial Australia and the Fractal Landscape in The Last Magician and Oyster .” In Scott (Collections), pp. 111-130.
Keywords: chaos theory | fractals | Janette Turner Hospital | physical and mathematical sciences | postcolonialism
  
Crocker, Stephen. “Into the Interval: On Deleuze's Reversal of Time and Movement.” Continental Philosophy Review 34 (March 2001): 45-67.
Keywords: film/TV | Gilles Deleuze | physical and mathematical sciences | time
  
Cronin, Jane. “Social Influences on Quantum Mechanics? (Part I).” Mathematical Intelligencer 23 (Fall 2001): 15-17.
Keywords: David Bohm | Erwin Schrödinger | Niels Bohr | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | Science Studies | social sciences | Werner Heisenberg
  
Cropper, William H. Great Physicists: The Life and Time of Leading Physicists from Galileo to Hawking . New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Albert Einstein | biography | Edward Hubble | Enrico Fermi | Ernest Rutherford | Erwin Schrödinger | Galileo Galilei | Hermann von Helmholtz | Isaac Newton | James Clerk Maxwell | James Joule | Lise Meitner | Lord Kelvin | Louis de Broglie | Ludwig Boltzmann | Marie Curie | Max Planck | Michael Faraday | Murray Gell-Mann | Nils Bohr | Paul Dirac | physical and mathematical sciences | Richard Feynman | Robert Mayer | Rudolf Clausius | Sadi Carnot | Stephen Hawking | Subrahmanyan Chaudrasekhar | Werner Heisenberg | Willard Gibbs | William Thomson | Wolfgang Pauli
  
Curbet, Joan. “Geometry and Theology in John Donne's Final Hymns.” Q/W/E/R/T/Y: Arts, Littératures et Civilisations du Monde Anglophone 11 (October 2001): 5-11.
Keywords: geometry | John Donne | physical and mathematical sciences | religion
  
Davis, Doug. “'A Hundred Million Hydrogen Bombs': Total War in the Fossil Record.” Configurations 9 (2001): 461-508.
Keywords: film/TV | geology | physical and mathematical sciences | Walter Alvarez
  
De Gandt, François. “The Limits of Intelligibility: The Status of Physical Sciences in d'Alembert's Philosophy.” In Lefevre (Collections), pp. 47-60.
Keywords: Jean-LeRond d' Alembert | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Dekker, Dirk-Jan. “Buridan's Concept of Time, Motion and the Soul in John Buridan's Questions on Aristotle's Physics .” In Thijseen ( Collections ) , pp. 151-163.
Keywords: Aristotle | Jean Buridan | physical and mathematical sciences | time
  
Dennison, Michael J. Vampirism: Literary Tropes of Decadence and Entropy . New York: Peter Lang, 2001.
Keywords: entropy | literature—19th & 20th C | physical and mathematical sciences | vampires
  
Deziel, Michelle, and Christine Knoke. “Creation, Constellations, and the Cosmos.” In Belloli (Collections), pp. 50-61.
Keywords: astronomy | mythology | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—general
  
Di Meo, Antonio. “Leopardi e la ‘questione della pluralità de' mondi.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 79-109.
Keywords: Giacomo Leopardi | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Dittmann, Lorenz. “Goethes Farbenlehre im Kontext der Koloritgeschichte.” In Richter (Collections), pp. 65-113.
Keywords: color | Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—general
  
Donati, Silvia. “'Utrum accidens posit existere sine subiecto': Aristotelische Metaphysik und christliche Theologie in den Physikkommentaren des 13. Jahrhunderts.” In Aertsen (Collections), pp. 577-617.
Keywords: Aristotle | literature—medieval | physical and mathematical sciences | religion
  
Dorries, Matthias. “Purity and Objectivity in Nineteenth-Century Metrology and Literature.” Perspect Sci 9 (2001): 233-250.
Keywords: Gustave Flaubert | Henri-Victor Regnault | literature—19th C | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Dupré, Sven. De optica van Galileo Galilei: inetractie tussen kunst en wetenschap . Ph. D. Dissertation: University of Ghent, 2001.
Keywords: astronomy | Galileo Galilei | perspective | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—general
  
Edwards, Paul. “Science in Hapgood and Arcadia .” In The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard , Katherine E. Kelly, ed., 171-184. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: chaos theory | entropy | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | Thomas Stoppard
  
Elkins, James. “On Some Useless Images.” Visual Resources 17, no. 1 (2001): 147-163.
Keywords: cosmology | physical and mathematical sciences | physics | theory | visual arts--general
  
Fakas, Christos. Der hellenistische Hesiod: Arats Phainomena und die Tradition der antiken Lehrepik . Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2001.
Keywords: astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences | Soli Aratus
  
Farnsworth, Rodney. Mediating Order and Chaos: The Water-Cycle in the Complex Adaptive Systems of Romantic Culture . Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2001.
Keywords: J. M. W. Turner | Jean-Jacques Rousseau | Johann W. von Goethe | John Constable | literature—19th C | Lord George Gordon Byron | Luke Howard | music | Percy Bysshe Shelley | physical and mathematical sciences | Victor Hugo | visual arts—19th C
  
Farrell, Kirby. “Wells and Neotony.” In Slusser ( Collections ) , pp. 65-75.
Keywords: evolution | H. G. Wells | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Feingold, Mordechai. “Mathematicians and Naturalists: Sir Isaac Newton and the Royal Society.” In Buchwald (Collections), pp. 77-102.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | mathematics | optics | physical and mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | Royal Society
  
Ferro, Roberta. “Gli scritti di Federico Borromeo sul metodo degli studi.” Aevum: Rassegna di Scienza Storiche, Linguistiche, e Filologiche 75 (2001): 737-758.
Keywords: Federico orromeo | Galileo Galilei | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Fink, Karl J. “Goethe's Intensified Border.” In Rowland (Collections), pp. 93-104.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | chaos theory | Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Fontan, Manuel. “El fin de la entropia.” RO 243 (2001): 21-33.
Keywords: entropy | physical and mathematical sciences | Thomas Pynchon
  
Ford, Brian J. “The Royal Society and the Microscope.” Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 55 (2001): 29-49.
Keywords: microscope | physical and mathematical sciences | Royal Society
  
Freeman, Michael. “Tracks to a New World: Railway Excavation and the Extension of Geological Knowledge in Mid-Nineteenth-Century England.” BJHS 34 (2001): 51-65.
Keywords: geology | physical and mathematical sciences | railroads | visual arts—19th C
  
Friedman, Robert Marc. “Einstein Must Never Receive a Nobel Prize.” Humanities 22 (November-December 2001): 16-21.
Keywords: Albert Einstein | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Galuzzi, Paolo. “Leopardi e la rivoluzione in astronomia e fisica: Copernico e Galileo.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 21-42.
Keywords: astronomy | Galileo Galilei | Giacomo Leopardi | Nicolaus Copernicus | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Gimelli Martin, Catherine. “'What if the Sun be Centre to the World?': Milton's Epistemology, Cosmology, and Paradise of Fools Reconsidered.” MP 99 (2001): 231-265.
Keywords: astronomy | John Milton | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Glanville, Helen. “Veracity, Verisimilitude, and Optics in Painting in Italy at the Turn of the Seventeenth Century.” IS 56 (2001): 30-56.
Keywords: Galileo Galilei | Leonardo da Vinci | optics | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—17th C
  
Goodhue, Thomas W. “The Faith of a Fossilist: Mary Anning.” Anglican and Episcopalian History 70, no. 1 (2001): 80-100.
Keywords: creationism | geology | Mary Anning | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Gordeev, N[ikolai] P[avlovich]. Prazhskaia nauchnaia shkola: konsta XVI- nachala XVII veka . Moskva: RGGU, 2001.
Keywords: alchemy | Guillaume Postel | Johannes Kepler | Occult Science | physical and mathematical sciences | Tycho Brahe
  
Grage, Joachim, and Michael Scheffel. “Aufänge deutscher und skandinavischer Naturpoesie oder Die Ausdifferenzierung europäischer Nationalliteraturen im Zeichen des Irdischen Vergnügens in Gott .” In Scheffel (Collections), pp. 25-71.
Keywords: Barthold Heinrich Brockes | Christian Braunmann Tullin | landscape | physical and mathematical sciences | poetry
  
Grandy, David. “The Otherness of Light: Einstein and Levinas.” PMC 12 (September 2001): 47 para.
Keywords: Albert Einstein | Emmanuel Levinas | light | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Granek, Galina. “Einstein's Ether: F. Why Did Einstein Come Back to the Ether?” Apeiron 8 (July 2001): 19-28.
Keywords: Albert Einstein | Ernst Mach | ether | Henri Poincaré | Hermann Minkowski | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Hack, Margherita. “La ‘Storia dell'astronomia' di Giacomo Leopardi.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 161-168.
Keywords: astrology | astronomy | Giacomo Leopardi | Occult Science | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Hamblyn, Richard. The Invention of Clouds: How an Amateur Meteorologist Forged the Language of the Skies. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2001.
Keywords: meteorology | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Hecht, Hartmut. “Leibniz' Concept of Possible Worlds and the Analysis of Motion in Eighteenth-Century Physics.” In Lefevre (Collections), pp. 27-45.
Keywords: Gottfried W. Leibniz | Leonhard Euler | physical and mathematical sciences | Pierre-Louis Moreau Maupertuis | rhetoric of science
  
Heller, Michael. “Chaos, Probability, and the Comprehensibility of the World.” In Russell (Collections), pp. 107-121.
Keywords: chaos theory | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Henderson, Hugh. ”A Dialogue in Paradise: John Milton's Visit with Galileo.” Phys Teach 39 (March 2001): 179-183.
Keywords: Galileo Galilei | John Milton | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Henry, John. “Animism and Empiricism: Copernican Physics and the Origins of William Gilbert's Experimental Method.” JHI 62 (2001): 99-119.
Keywords: astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences | William Gilbert
  
Hiley, B. J., and Paavo Pykklänen. “Naturalizing the Mind in a Quantum Framework.” In Pylkkanen, pp. 119-144.
Keywords: David Bohm | mind | physical and mathematical sciences | Psychological Sciences | quantum theory
  
Hofmann, Peter. “Anschauung gegen Abstraktion: Goethes Polemik gegen Newton als transzendentale Kritik Naturwissenschaft.” Theologie und Philosophie 76 (2001): 368-396.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Holtgrewe, Karl Georg. Kunst—wirklich grenzenlos? Die Komplexität des Urteilens im Lichte der modernen Wissenschaft . Dresden: Verlag der Kunst, 2001.
Keywords: Carl Jung | chaos theory | entropy | geometry | Ilya Prigogine | Marcel Duchamp | Paul Cézanne | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—19th & 20th C
  
Holton, Gerald, and Stephen G. Brush. Physics, the Human Adventure: From Copernicus to Einstein and Beyond . New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Albert Einstein | astronomy | Galileo Galilei | Isaac Newton | Johannes Kepler | light | Nicolaus Copernicus | Niels Bohr | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | relativity | X-rays
  
Holton, Gerald. “Henri Poincare, Marcel Duchamp and Innovation in Science and Art.” Leonardo 34 (2001): 127-134.
Keywords: geometry mathematics | Henri Poincaré | Marcel Duchamp | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts--20th C
  
Honold, Alexander. “Krumme Linie, exzentrische Bahn: Hölderlin und die Astronomie.” In Scheffel (Collections), pp. 309-335.
Keywords: astronomy | Friedrich Hölderlin | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Hopkins, Justine. “Phenomena of Art and Science: The Paintings and Projects of John Martin.” In Hamilton (Collections), pp. 51-92.
Keywords: John Martin | literature—biblical | perspective visual arts—19th C | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Huftier, Arnaud. “Ostentation et fragmentation du savoir dans l'oeuvre de Jean Ray (1887-1964).” In Minary (Collections), pp. 215-252.
Keywords: Jean Ray | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Imai, Michio. “Musil between Mach and Stumpf.” In Blackmore (Collections), pp. 187-209.
Keywords: Carl Stumpf | Ernst Mach | physical and mathematical sciences | Robert Musil
  
Jackson, Myles W. “Illuminating the Opacity of Achromatic Lens Production: Joseph von Frauenhofer's Use of Monastic Architecture and Space as Laboratory.” In Galison (Collections), pp. 141-163.
Keywords: | architecture | Joseph von Frauenhofer | optics | physical and mathematical sciences | Science Studies | technology
  
James, Frank A. J. L. “Harriet Janet Moore, Michael Faraday, and Moore's Mid-Nineteenth Century Watercolours of the Interior of the Royal Institution.” In Hamilton (Collections), pp. 111-128.
Keywords: Harriet Janet Moore | Michael Faraday | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts--19th C
  
Janiak, Andrew. “Space, Atoms and Mathematical Divisibility in Newton.” Stud Hist Phil Sci 31A (2001): 203-230.
Keywords: Henry More | Isaac Newton | optics | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Jankovic, Vladimir. Reading the Skies: A Cultural History of English Weather, 1650-1820 . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000.
Keywords: meteorology | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Johnson, Nancy Newberry. Theories of the Earth in “A Dictionary of the English Language” (1755): Samuel Johnson's Engagement with Early Science . Ph. D. Dissertation: University of Louisiana, 2001 .
Keywords: geology | John Keill | John Woodward | Matthew Hale | Nehemiah Grew | physical and mathematical sciences | Samuel Johnson | Science Studies | Thomas Burnet
  
Jones, Christine Kenyon. “'When This World Shall Be Former': Catastrophism as Imaginative Theory for the Younger Romantics.” RoN 24 (November 2001): 16 para.
Keywords: geology | imagination | literature—19th C | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Jones, Matthew L. “Descartes's Geometry as a Spiritual Exercise.” CritI 28 (2001): 40-71.
Keywords: geometry | physical and mathematical sciences | René Descartes
  
Kahn, Didier. “Entre atomisme, alchimie et théologie: La reception des theses d'Antoine de Villon et Étienne de Clave contre Aristote, Paracelse et les ‘Cabalistes.'” Annals of Science 58 (2001): 241-286.
Keywords: alchemy | Antoine de Villon | Aristotle | Étienne de Clave | Occult Science | Paracelsus | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Kaser, Sandy. “Searching the Heavens with Children's Literature: A Design for Teaching Science.” Language Arts 78 (2001): 348-356.
Keywords: astronomy | literature—children's | pedagogy | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Kashihara, Toshiki. “The Subject Given to/by the Other: Reading The Crying of Lot 49 through Optical Metaphors.” Studies in American Literature (Kyoto) 38 (2001): 113-133.
Keywords: optics | perception | physical and mathematical sciences | Thomas Pynchon
  
Kassung, Christian. EntropieGeschichten: Robert Musils “Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften” im Diskurs der modernen Physik . München: Fink, 2001.
Keywords: entropy | physical and mathematical sciences | Robert Musil
  
Kerner, Charlotte. Nicht nur Madame Curie . . . Frauen, die den Nobelpreis bekamen . Weinheim: Beltz, 2001.
Keywords: biography | gender studies | Marie Curie | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Kieserling, André. "Soziologen zwischen Terminologie, Jargon und Alltagssprache.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 21-24.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Kim, Jung Ah. Numerological code in Dostoevsky's 'Crime and Punishment.' Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2001.
Keywords: apocalypse | Fyodor Dostoevsky | literature--19th C | mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences | symbolism
  
King, Robert L. “The Play of Uncertain Ideas.” Mass R 42 (2001): 165-175.
Keywords: Michael Frayn | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Knight, David. “Davy's Visions.” In Hamilton, pp. 31-49.
Keywords: Humphry Davy | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Könneker, Carsten . “Auflösung der Natur - Auflösung der Geschichte”: Moderner Roman und NS - “Weltanschauung” im Zeichen der theoretischen Physik . Stuttgart and Weimar: J. B. Metzler, 2001.
Keywords: Adolf Hitler | Albert Einstein | Alfred Rosenberg | Bertolt Brecht | Claus-Ekkehard Bärsch | complementarity | Erwin Schrödinge | Hermann Broch | Johann W. von Goethe | Joseph Goebbels | minority studies | Nicolaus Copernicus | Philipp Lenard | physical and mathematical sciences | relativity | Robert Musil | Werner Heisenberg
  
Kragh, Helge. Quantum Generations: A History of Physics in the Twentieth Century . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | relativity | string theory
  
Krige, John. “Distrust and Discovery: The Case of the Heavy Bosons at CERN.” Isis 92 (2001): 517-540.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | Science Studies
  
Krokowski, Robert. “Katastrophentheoretische Interlinearversionen.” Kunstforum International , no. 155 (June-July 2001): 249-53.
Keywords: catastrophe theory | mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences | René Throm | visual arts--20th C
  
Kulin, Katalin. “Los dos mundos del Quijote.” In Cervantes y la narrativa moderna , Laszlo Scholz and Laszlo Vasa, eds., 49-54. Debrecen, Hungary: University of Debrecen, 2001.
Keywords: chaos theory | Miguel de Cervantes | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Laan, James M. van der. “ Faust and Textual Chaos.” In Rowland ( Collections ) , pp. 105-115.
Keywords: chaos theory | Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Lachieze-Rey, Marc, and Jean-Pierre Luminet. Celestial Treasury: From the Music of the Spheres to the Conquest of Space. Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: astronomy | exhibitions | Occult Science | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Larson, Thomas Robert. Nature from the bottom up: The Nature of Inanimate Substances in Aristotle. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Dallas, 2001.
Keywords: Aristotle | environmental sciences | literature--classical | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Laskowski-Caujolle, Elvira Monika. “Jacques Roubaud: Literature, Mathematics, and the Quest for Truth.” SubStance 30, no. 3 (2001): 71-87.
Keywords: Jacques Roubaud | literature—general | mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Laughlin, Charles D., and C. Jason Throop. “Imagination and Reality: On the Relations between Myth, Consciousness, and the Quantum Sea.” Zygon 36 (2001): 709-736.
Keywords: cognition | imagination | mythology | physical and mathematical sciences | Psychological Sciences | quantum theory
  
Launius, Roger D., Howard E. McCurdy. Imagining Space: Achievements, Predictions, Possibilities, 1950-2050. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2001.
Keywords: astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences | space flight
  
Lee, Raymond L., Jr., and Alistair B. Fraser. The Rainbow Bridge: Rainbows in Art, Myth, and Science . University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001.
Keywords: | Albrecht Dürer | Aristotle | color | Frederic Edwin Church | Isaac Newton | John Constable | John Ruskin | Maarten van Heemskerck | mythology | optics | physical and mathematical sciences | rainbows | René Descartes | Robert Grosseteste | visual arts—general
  
Leterre, Thierry. “Alain, les sciences et ses contemporains.” RIPh [note: Revue Internationale de Philosophie ] 55 (March 2001): 71-92.
Keywords: Émile Auguste Chartier | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Leterre, Thierry. “Alain, les sciences et ses contemporains.” RIPh [note: Revue Internationale de Philosophie ] 55 (March 2001): 71-92.
Keywords: Émile Auguste Chartier | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Levere, Trevor Harvey. Transforming Matter: A History of Chemistry from Alchemy to the Buckyball . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.
Keywords: alchemy | buckyball | chemistry | Occult Sciences | physical and mathematical sciences | Robert Boyle | Science Studies
  
Levy, David H. Starry Night: Astronomers and Poets Read the Sky . Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2001.
Keywords: Alfred | astronomy | comets | Gerard Manley Hopkins | John Milton | Lord Tennyson | physical and mathematical sciences | Vincent van Gogh
  
Linden, Stanton J. “Margaret Cavendish and Robert Hooke: Optics and Scientific Fantasy in The Blazing World .” In Ésoterisme, Gnoses and Imaginaire Symbolique , Richard Caron and Joscelyn Godwin, eds., 611-623. Louvain, Belgium: Peeters, 2001.
Keywords: Margaret Cavendish | optics | physical and mathematical sciences | Robert Hooke | science fiction
  
Little, Deandra Javon . “The Body Electric”: American Literature and the Culture of Electromagnetism, 1750-1855 . Ph. D. Dissertation: Vanderbilt University, 2001.
Keywords: electricity | literature—19th C | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Lokonathan, S. “Quantum Physics and the Problem of Existence: Do Elementary Particles Exist?: Part I .” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 18, no. 4 (2001): 107-116.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory
  
Lundberg, Ann. “John Muir and Yosemite's ‘Castaway Book': The Troubling Geology of Native America .” WAL 36 (2001): 25-55.
Keywords: geology | John Muir | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Mahlke, Regina, Veronika Mantel, and Niels Schuldt. “Astronomie.” In Mahlke (Collections), pp. 23-35.
Keywords: astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Malinowski, Gosciwit. “Mythology, Paradoxography and Teratology in Strabo's Geography .” In Courrent (Collections), pp. 107-119.
Keywords: geography | mythology | physical and mathematical sciences | Strabo
  
Malone, John Williams. Unsolved Mysteries of Science: A Mind-exanding Journey Through a Universe of Big Bangs, Particle Waves, and other Perplexing Concepts. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2001.
Keywords: archaeology | astronomy | big bang | Biological Sciences | dinosaurs | evolution | extinction | gravity | light | physical and mathematical sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | quantum physics
  
Mandelbrot, Benoit B. “The Fractal Universe.” In Pfenninger Collections), pp. 191-212.
Keywords: Computers & Digital Technology | fractals | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—2 th C | visual arts—computer art
  
Manni, Paolo. “La matematica in volgare nel Medioeva (con particolare riguardo al linguaggio algebrico).” In Gualdo (Collections), pp. 127-152.
Keywords: Leonardo Fibonacci | mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences
  
McArthur, Meher. “Constructing the Cosmos in the Religious Arts of Asia.” In Belloli ( ollections), pp. 62-73.
Keywords: astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—general
  
McKusick, James C. “'Kubla Khan' and the Theory of the Earth.” In Roe (Collections , pp. 134-151.
Keywords: geology | James Hutton | John Whitehurst | physical and mathematical sciences | Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  
Mellett, Tom. “Goethean Science: Bringing Chaos to Order by Looking Phenomena in the I.” In Rowland (Collections), pp. 69-77.
Keywords: chaos theory | Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Mergenthaler, Volker. “'So theil' ich alles, was ich sehe […], in fünf gevierte Fächer ein.' Zum wahrnehmungsgeschichtlichen Ort von Barthold Heinrich Brockes' Thürmchen zu Ritzebüttel .” In Scheffel, pp. 121-141.
Keywords: Barthold Heinrich Brockes | landscape | perspective | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—Renaissance
  
Miller, Arthur I . Einstein, Picasso: Space, Time, and the Beauty that Causes Havoc . New York: Basic Books, 2001.
Keywords: aesthetics | Albert Einstein | geometry | Georges Braque | Henri Poincaré | light | Maurice Princet | Pablo icasso | photography | physical and mathematical sciences | relativity | technology | time
  
Mussio, Thomas E. “Galileo, the New Endymion: Progress and Knowledge in G. B. Marino's Adone .” IQ [note : Italian Quarterly ] 38 (Winter-Spring 2001): 15-26.
Keywords: Galileo Galilei | Giambattista Marino | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Müller, Gerhard H. “Goethe und die Steine.” In Richter (Collections), pp. 223-253.
Keywords: geology | Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Nahin, Paul J. Time Machines: Time Travel in Physics, Metaphysics, and Science Fiction . 2nd ed. New York: Springer, 2001.
Keywords: entropy | John Wheeler | Kurt Gödel | literature—19th & 20th C | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | relativity | Richard Feynman | science fiction | technology | time H. G. Wells
  
Nanni, Romano. “Galileo Galilei 1613-1616: Naturphilosophie und Bibelexegese.” Trans. Sabine Kleymann. Zeitsprünge 5 (2001): 217-253.
Keywords: astronomy | Galileo Galilei | literature—biblical | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Nenci, Elio. “I fondamenti filosofici della generazione dei corpi fossili: L'opera mineralogica di Giorgio Agricola, e il suo impatto su Girolamo Cardano e Francesco Vimercati.” Acme: Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell'Università degli Studi di Milano 54 (2001): 175-203.
Keywords: Francesco Vimercati | geology | Giorgio Agricola | Girolamo Cardano | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Niederhoff, Burkhard. “'Fortuitous Wit': Dialogue and Epistemology in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia .” Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate 11 (2001): 42-59.
Keywords: entropy | physical and mathematical sciences | Tom Stoppard
  
Nonnoi, Giancarlo. “La scienza e la filosofia galileiane nel New World di John Wilkins.” Nuncius 16 (2001): 49-84.
Keywords: astronomy | Galileo Galilei | John Wilkins | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Nordmann, Alfred. “Heinrich Hertz: Scientific Biography and Experimental Life.” Stud Hist Phil Sci 31A (2001): 537-549.
Keywords: Albrecht Fölsing | biography | Heinrich Hertz | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Nowlin, Stephen. “Russell Crotty: A Diagram of Forces.” In Belloli ( Collections ) , pp. 116-127.
Keywords: astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences | Russell Crotty
  
Nummedal, Tara E. “Kircher's Subterranean World and the Dignity of the Geocosm.” In Stolzenberg (Collections), pp. 37-47.
Keywords: Athanasius Kircher | geology | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Nye, Mary Jo. “Paper Tools and Molecular Architecture in the Chemistry of Linus Pauling.” In Klein (Collections), pp. 117-132.
Keywords: chemistry | Linus Pauling | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Oger, Marie Dominique. “La France et les théories quantiques de la liaison chimique.” Philosophia Scientiae 5, no. 1 (2001): 43-65.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory
  
Olah, George Andrew. A Life of Magic Chemistry: Autobiographical Reflections of a Nobel Prize Winner. New York: Wiley-Interscience, 2001.
Keywords: autobiography | chemistry | George A. Olah | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Orna, Mary Virginia. “Chemistry, Color, and Art .” J Chem Educ 78 (2001): 1305, 1307, 1309-1311.
Keywords: chemistry | color | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—general
  
Pantin, Isabelle. “L'illustration des livres d'astronomie à la Renaissance: l'évolution d'une discipline à travers ses images.” In Meloi ( Collections ) , pp. 3-41.
Keywords: astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—Renaissance
  
Perkowitz, S. Universal Foam: Exploring the Science of Nature's Most Mysterious Substance. New York: Anchor Books, 2001.
Keywords: foam | physical and mathematical sciences | physics
  
Perrault, Katherine Bartol. Astronomy, Alchemy, and Archetypes: An Integrated View of Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Ph.D. Dissertation: Texas Technological University, 2001.
Keywords: alchemy | archetype | astronomy | Carl Jung | literature--16 h C | metaphor mythology | numerology | Occult Sciences | physical and mathematical sciences | symbolism | theater | William Shakespeare
  
Peterson, Ivars. Fragments of Infinity: A Kaleidoscope of Math and Art . New York: John Wiley, 2001.
Keywords: architecture | Brent Collins | fractals | geometry | Helaman Ferguson | M. C. Escher | physical and mathematical sciences | Robert Stamp Longhurst | visual arts—20th C | visual arts—computer art
  
Pipkin, John S. “Hiding Places: Thoreau's Geographies.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91 (2001): 527-545.
Keywords: geography | Henry David Thoreau | landscape | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Pizzamiglio, Pierluigi. “Scienza e fede in Carlo Barletti e negli altri ecclesiastici scienziati di Pavia.” In Stella (Collections), pp. 645-661.
Keywords: Carlo Barletti | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Plotnitsky, Arkady, and David Reed. “Discourse, Mathematics, Demonstration, and Science in Galileo's Discourses Concerning Two New Sciences ” Configurations 9, #1 Winter 2001. 37-64.
Keywords: Aristotle | Galileo Galilei | geometry | metaphysics | physical and mathematical sciences | technology
  
Postlethwaite, Diana. “George Eliot and Science.” In The Cambridge Companion to George Eliot , George Lewis Levine, ed., 98-118. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | geology | George Eliot | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Potter, Elizabeth. Gender and Boyle's Law of Gases . Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2001.
Keywords: gender studies | literary theory | physical and mathematical sciences | Robert Boyle
  
Prigogine, Ilya. “Time and the Laws of Nature.” In Loocke ( Collections ), pp. 219-226.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | time
  
Proctor, Robert N. “Anti-Agate: The Great Diamond Hoax and the Semiprecious Stone Scam.” Configurations 9 (2001): 381-412.
Keywords: diamonds | geology | geometry | metaphor | mineralogy | physical and mathematical sciences | race studies | social sciences
  
Rabinowitz, Cay Sophie. “Not Two, not Three, Not Even Four Dimensions.” Parkett 61 (2001): 136-147.
Keywords: mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts--20th C
  
Rahm, Philippe. “Electromagnetic Space.” Art Press , no. (267) (April 2001): 39-44.
Keywords: electromagnetism | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Ramati, Ayval. “The Hidden Truth of Creation: Newton's Method of Fluxions.” BJHS 34 (2001): 417-438.
Keywords: creation | Isaac Newton | physical and mathematical sciences | Science Studies
  
Ramberg, Peter J. “Paper Tools and Fictional Worlds: Prediction, Synthesis and Auxiliary Hypotheses in Chemistry.” In Klein (Collections), pp. 61-98.
Keywords: J. H. van't Hoff | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Rayner-Canham, Marelene F., and Geoffrey Rayner-Canham. Women in Chemistry: Their Changing Roles from Alchemical Times to the Mid-Twentieth Century .” Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, 2001.
Keywords: alchemy | chemistry | education | gender studies | Occult Sciences | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Real, Hermann J. “Gulliver and the Moons of Mars, Once More.” East-Central Intelligencer 15 (May 2001): 7-8.
Keywords: astronomy | Galileo Galilei | Johannes Kepler | Jonathan Swift | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Regt, Henk de. “Ernst Schrödinger.” In Blackmore (Collections), pp. 85-104.
Keywords: Ernst Mach | Ernst Schrödinger | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory
  
Remmert, Volker R. “'Sonne steh still über Gibeon': Galileo Galilei, Christoph Clavius, katholische Bibelexegese und die Mahnung der Bilder.” Zeitschrift für historische Forschung 28 (2001): 539-580.
Keywords: astronomy | Christoph Clavius | Galileo Galilei | literature—biblical | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Robles, José A. “Filosofia natural y religion. Los casos de Newton, Boyle y Berkeley.” Revista Patagonica de Filosofia 2, no. 2 (2001): 43-56.
Keywords: George Berkeley | Isaac Newton | physical and mathematical sciences | religion | Robert Boyle
  
Rocke, Alan J. “Chemical Atomism and the Evolution of Chemical Theory in the Nineteenth Century.” In Klein (Collections), pp. 1-11.
Keywords: chemistry | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Rocke, Alan J. Nationalizing Science: Adolphe Wurtz and the Battle for French Chemistry.
Keywords: chemistry | physical and mathematical sciences | Science Studies
  
Rosenstrauch, Hazel. "Im Portrait: Jako b Staude. Physiker mit didaktischem Eros.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 44-48.
Keywords: education | Jakob Staude | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Rovelli, Carlo. “Quantum Spacetime: What Do We Know?” In Callender ( Collections ), pp. 101-122.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory
  
Ruddick, Nicholas “Tell Us All About Little Rosebery”: Topicality and Temporality in H. G. Wells's The Time Machine .” Science Fiction Studies 28(3): 337-354, 2001.
Keywords: astronomy | Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | Darwinism | entropy | evolution | H. G. Wells | literature--19th C | narrative | physical and mathematical sciences | satire | science fiction | T. H. Huxley | time
  
Ruddick, Nick. “The Search for a Quantum Ethics: Michael Frayn's Copenhagen and Other Recent British Science Plays.” JFA 11 (2001): 415-431.
Keywords: Hugh Whitemore | Michael Frayn | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | Stephen Poliakoff | Timberlake Wertenbaker | Tom Stoppard
  
Rutkin, H. Darrel. “Celestial Offerings: Astrological Motifs in the Dedicatory Letters of Kepler's Astronomia Nova and Galileo's Sidereus Nuncius .” In Newman (Collections), pp. 133-172.
Keywords: astrology | Cosimo II de Medici | Galileo Galilei | Johannes Kepler | Occult Sciences | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Salsburg, David. The Lady Tasting Tea: How Statistics Revolutionized Science in the Twentieth Century. New York: W.H. Freeman, 2001.
Keywords: mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Scerri, Eric. “The Periodic Table: The Ultimate Paper Tool in Chemistry.” In Klein (Collections), pp. 163-177.
Keywords: chemistry | Dimitri Mendeleev | Leopold Gmelin | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Schmidt-Burkhardt, Astrit. “Die Abstraktion under der Lupe: Vom wissenschaftlichen Geist zum Geistigen in der Kunst.” Fotogeschichte 21, no. 79 (2001): 3-12.
Keywords: abstraction | microscopes | Odilon Redon | physical and mathematical sciences | physics | quantum theory | relativity | visual arts--19th & 20th C | Wassily Kandinsky
  
Schnauber, Cornelius. “Kandinsky, Schoenberg, and Einstein: Constructive Modernism before World War II.” In Belloli (Collections), pp. 82-93.
Keywords: Albert Einstein | Arnold Schoenberg | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—20th C | Wassily Kandinsky
  
Schreiber, Gabriel, and Roberto Umansky. “Bifurcations, Chaos and Fractal Objects in Borges' ‘Garden of the Forking Paths' and Other Writings.” VB 11 (2001): 61-79.
Keywords: chaos | fractals | Jorge Luis Borges | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Schulten, Susan. The Geographical Imagination in America, 1880-1950. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: geography | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Shapiro, Alan E. “Newton's Experiments in Diffraction and the Delayed Publication of the Opticks .” In Buchwald (Collections), pp. 47-76.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | optics | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Shetley, Vernon, and Alissa Ferguson. “Reflections in a Silver Eye: Lens and Mirror in Blade Runner ” Science Fiction Studies 28(2): 66-76, 2001.
Keywords: allegory | androids | film/TV | Jan van Eyck | memory | optics | Philip K. Dick | photography | physical and mathematical sciences | Psychological Sciences | science fiction | symbolism | visual arts—20th C
  
Sim, Stuart. “Sterne—Chaos—Complexity.” Eighteenth-Century Novel 1 (2001): 201-215.
Keywords: chaos theory | Laurence Sterne | literature—18th C | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Singer, Wendy. “'Endless Dawns' of Imagination.” Kenyon Review 23 (Spring 2001): 7-33.
Keywords: Albert Einstein | imagination | physical and mathematical sciences | Rabindranath Tagore
  
Smith, Crosbie. The Science of Energy: A Cultural History of Energy Physics in Victorian Britain . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998.
Keywords: entropy | James Clerk Maxwell | James Joule | Lord William Thomson Kelvin | physical and mathematical sciences | thermodynamics
  
Smith, Donald Kimball. Mapping more than the world: Shaping the cartographic imagination in late medieval and early modern England. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Iowa, 2001.
Keywords: 16 h &17 th C | Andrew Marvell | cartography | Christopher Marlowe | Christopher Saxton | Edmund Spencer | literature--15th | physical and mathematical sciences | Sir Walter Ralegh | theater
  
Smith, Peter D. “'Was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhalt': Scientific Themes in Goethe's Faust .” In A Companion to Goethe's Faust: Parts I and II , Paul Bishop, ed., 194-220. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2001.
Keywords: Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Smyth, Gerry. Space and the Irish Cultural Imagination. New York: Palgrave, 2001.
Keywords: astronomy | geography | literature--20th C | physical and mathematical sciences | popular sciences | Seamus Deane | Social Science | space | time
  
Snart, Jason. “Disorder and Entropy in Pynchon's ‘Entropy' and Lefebvre's The Production of Space .” CLCWeb 3 (December 2001): 20 para.
Keywords: entropy | Henri Lefebvre | physical and mathematical sciences | Thomas Pynchon
  
Stabile, Giorgio. “Scienza e disincantamento del mondo: poesia, verità, nulla in Leopardi.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 187-204.
Keywords: Galileo Galilei | Giacomo Leopardi | physical and mathematical sciences | poetry
  
Stabler, Jane. “Space for Speculation: Coleridge, Barbauld, and the Poetics of Priestley.” In Roe (Collections), pp. 175-204.
Keywords: Anna Barbauld | Joseph Priestley | physical and mathematical sciences | Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  
Staiti, Paul. “Winslow Homer and the Drama of Thermodynamics.” American Art 15, no. 1 (Spring 2001): 10-33.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | physics | thermodynamics | visual arts--19th C | Winslow Homer
  
Steinmetz, Jean-Luc. “Isidore Ducasse et le langage des sciences.” In Scepi, pp. 151-165.
Keywords: Comte de Lautréamont | physical and mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Strauss, David. Percival Lowell: The Culture and Science of a Boston Brahmin. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001.
Keywords: astronomy | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Sullivan, Heather. “Ruins and the Construction of Time: Geological and Literary Perspectives in the Age of Goethe.” SEEC 30 (2001): 1-30.
Keywords: geology | Joseph von Eichendorff | Ludwig Treck | physical and mathematical sciences | time
  
Taylor, Jonathan. “'Servants' Logic' and Analytical Chemistry: George Eliot, Charles Dickens, and Servants.” DSA 30 (2001): 263-283.
Keywords: Charles Dickens | chemistry | George Eliot | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Tenney, Mark D. The Rhetorical Dimension of Mathematics. D.A. Dissertation: State University of New York, Albany, 2001.
Keywords: Alain C. Connes | Bruno Latour | Chaim Perelman | Charles Sanders Peirce | George Campbell | George Lakoff | Hermann Weyl | Jean-Pierre Changeaux | Jonathan D. Culler | Kenneth Burke | L. Olbrechts-Tyteca | Mark Johnson | Otto Hölder | physical and mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | Science Studies | theory
  
Thiher, Allen. Fiction Rivals Science: The French Novel from Balzac to Proust . Columbia, MO, and London: University of Missouri Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | entropy | evolution | Émile Zola | Gustave Flaubert | Honore de Balzac | Marcel Proust | medicine | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Thornes, John Edward. “John Constable and the Beaufort Windscale.” In Hamilton (Collections), pp. 93-109.
Keywords: John Constable | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts—19th C
  
Toraldo di Francia, Giuliano. “Leopardi e il pensiero scientifico.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 11-20.
Keywords: Giacomo Leopardi | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Tosi, Alessandro. “La scienza dipinta: modelli rinascimentali di arte e di scienza.” In Meloi (Collections), pp. 113-123.
Keywords: Domenico Ghirlandaio | physical and mathematical sciences | Sandro Botticelli | visual arts—Renaissance
  
Tourchon, Patrick. “Conrad et la question du temps: Une réponse aristotelicienne.” ECon 27 (2001): 9-31.
Keywords: Aristotle | Joseph Conrad | physical and mathematical sciences | relativity | time
  
Uno, Hiroko. “Geology in Emily Dickinson's Poetry.” KCS [note: Kobe Jogakuin Daigaku Kenkyujo Yakuin/Kobe College Studies ] 48 (December 2001): 1-25.
Keywords: Edward Hitchcock | Emily Dickinson | geology | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Unruh, William. “Black Holes, Dumb Holes, and Entropy.” In Callender ( Collections ), pp. 152-173.
Keywords: entropy | physical and mathematical sciences | physics | quantum theory | string theory
  
van der Schoot, Albert. “Kepler's Search for Form and Proportion.” Ren S [note: Renaissance Studies] 15 (2001): 59-78.
Keywords: astronomy | Johannes Kepler | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Verran, Helen. Science and an African Logic / Helen Verran. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: anthropology | logic | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Vetrano, Flavio. “Giacomo e la scienza: suggestioni dell'infinito, riflessioni sull'eternita.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 169-175.
Keywords: Giacomo Leopardi | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Vetter, Anna. “Référence scientifique, savoir et modèle dans le Siècle des lumières d'Alejo Carpentier.” In Minary (Collections), pp. 285-302.
Keywords: Alejo Carpentier | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Vizgin, Vl. P., and Abe Shenitzer. “On the Emotional Assumptions Without Which One Could Not Effectively Investigate the Laws of Nature.” American Mathematical Monthly 108 (2001): 264-270.
Keywords: mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences | Science Studies
  
von der Schmidt, Jeff. “The Melody of Numbers.” In Belloli (Collections), pp. 32-49.
Keywords: mathematics | music | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Warren, Daniel. “Kant's Dynamics.” In Watkins ( Collections ), pp. 93-116.
Keywords: Immanuel Kant | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Watkins, Eric. “Kant's Justification of the Laws of Mechanics.” In Watkins ( Collections ), pp. 136-159.
Keywords: Immanuel Kant | Isaac Newton | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Weingard, Robert. “A Philosopher Looks at String Theory.” In Callender (Collections), pp. 138-151.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | string theory
  
Wertenbaker, Christian. “The Eye of the Beholder: Paradoxes of the Visible Universe.” Parabola 26 (2001): 44-52.
Keywords: light | mind | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory
  
Westman, Robert S. “Kepler's Early Physical-Astrological Problematic.” Journal for the History of Astronomy 32 (2001): 227-236.
Keywords: astrology | astronomy | Johannes Kepler | Occult Sciences | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Whitworth, Michael H. Einstein's Wake: Relativity, Metaphor, and Modernist Literature . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: entropy | Joseph Conrad | literature—20th C | metaphor | Oliver Lodge | physical and mathematical sciences | popular sciences | relativity | T. S. Eliot | Virginia Woolf
  
Wilson, David B. “Enlightenment Scotland's Philosophico-Chemical Physics.” In Lefevre ( Collections ), pp. 129-145.
Keywords: chemistry | John Anderson | John Robison | Joseph Black | physical and mathematical sciences | physics | Thomas Reid
  
Winchester, Simon. The Map That Changed the World: William Smith and the Birth of Modern Geology. New York: HarperCollins, 2001.
Keywords: cartography | geology | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Witten, Edward. “Reflections on the Fate of Spacetime.” In Callender (Collections), pp. 125-137.
Keywords: physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | string theory
  
Wulffen, Thomas, ed. “Der gerissene Faden: Nichtlineare Techniken in der zeitgenössichen Kunst von der Wunderkammer zum Hypertext.” Kunstforum International , no. 155 (June-July 2001): 46-119.
Keywords: chaos theory | hypertext | multi-media | music | non-linearity | physical and mathematical sciences | physics | visual arts--20th C
  
Zellini, Paolo. “Leopardi, il pensiero matematico e il linguaggio dell'infinito.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 111-119.
Keywords: Giacomo Leopardi | mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Zik, Yaakov. “Science and Instruments: The Telescope as a Scientific Instrument at the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century.” Perspect Sci 9 (2001): 259-284.
Keywords: Galileo Galilei | physical and mathematical sciences | technology | telescope
  
Zika, Fay. “Colour Theory beyond Wittgenstein's Goethe.” Deutsche Vierteiljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Gesistesgeschichte 75 (2001): 71-86.
Keywords: color | Johann W. von Goethe | Ludwig Wittgenstein | physical and mathematical sciences | theory
  
Zinsser, Judith P. “Translating Newton's Principia: The Marquise du Châtelet's Revisions and Additions for a French Audience.” Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 55 (2001): 227-245.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | Marquise du Châtelet (Gabrielle-Emilie du Tonnelier de Breteuil) | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Zovko, Nikola. “Time in the Mathematical Theory of Nature.” Synthesis Philosophica 16 (2001): 191-200.
Keywords: mathematics | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | time