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Andrews, Arvan, and Andrews, Elaine J. The Physiognomy of Fashion: Faces, Dress, and the Self in the Juvenilia and Novels of Charlotte Bronte. Ph.D. Dissertation: Ohio University, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Charlotte Brontė | coding | fashion | gender studies | identity | literature—19th C | phrenology | physiognomy | popular science | pseudoscience | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | signifier | social sciences | subjectivity
  
Brantlinger, Patrick. "Let's Post-Post-Post 'Victorientalism': A Response to Erin O'Connor." Victorian Studies 46:1 (Autumn 2003): 97-105.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Charlotte Brontė | criticism | Erin O'Connor | Gayatri Spivak | imperialism | literature--19th C | post-colonialism | race studies | satire | social sciences | theory
  
Camus, Marianne. “Savoirs scientifiques et romancičres victoriennes.” In Minary (Collections), pp. 253-274. [2001]
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Charlotte Brontė | Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell | George Eliot | popular sciences
  
David, Deirdre. "She Who Must Be Obeyed: A Response to Erin O'Connor." Victorian Studies 46:1 (Autumn 2003): 106-110.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Charlotte Brontė | criticism | Erin O'Connor | Gayatri Spivak | imperialism | literature--19th C | postcolonialism | social sciences | theory
  
Gargano, Elizabeth. The Education of Bronte's New Nouvelle Heloise in Shirley. SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. 44 (Autumn 2004): 779-803.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Charlotte Brontė | Jean-Jacques Rousseau | literature—18th--19th C | patriarchy | pedagogy | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
  
Lane, Christopher. Hatred & Civility: The Antisocial Life in Victorian England. New York: Columbia University Press, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Charles Dickens | Charlotte Brontė | culture studies | emotions | George Eliot | hatred | Joseph Conrad | literature—19th C | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Robert Browning | social sciences
  
Langland, Elizabeth. Telling Tales: Gender and Narrative Form in Victorian Literature and Culture. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2002.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Anne Bronte | Charlotte Brontė | gender studies | literature--19th C | Mary Elizabeth Braddon | narrative | social sciences | theory | Thomas Hardy | Wilkie Collins | William Makepeace Thackeray
  
LeFavour, Cree. "Jane Eyre Fever": Deciphering the Astonishing Popular Success of Charlotte Brontė in Antebellum America. Book History 7 (2004): 113-141.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Charlotte Brontė | gender studies | journalism | literature—19th C | social sciences
  
Malane, Rachel Ann. "Sex in Mind": The Gendered Brain in Nineteenth-century Literature and Mental Sciences. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Notre Dame, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | brain | Charlotte Brontė | consciousness | empathy | evolution | gender studies | literature—19th C | literature—19th C | medicine | narration | neurology | phrenology | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Psychology | realism | social sciences | theory | Thomas Hardy | Wilkie Collins
  
Morris, Pam. Imagining Inclusive Society in Nineteenth-century Novels: The Code of Sincerity in the Public Sphere. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: and George Eliot | Charles Dickens | Charlotte Brontė | class studies | culture studies | Elizabeth Gaskell | empire | imperialism | irony | literature—19th C | sincerity | skepticism | social sciences | theory | William Makepeace Thackeray
  
Nazar, Hina. The Social Idea: Thinking and Attachment in the Novel. Ph.D. Dissertation: Johns Hopkins University, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: | Charlotte Brontė | culture studies | E. M. Forster | ethics | George Eliot | identity | Jane Austen | literature—19th C | modernity | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rationality | realism | social sciences
  
Perna, Scott Francis. "The Function and Diagnosis of Hysteria in Nineteenth Century Fiction and Medical Texts." Psy.D. Dissertation: Alliant International University, San Francisco Bay, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: aesthetics | Charlotte Brontė | Charlotte Perkins Gilman | culture studies | emotion | gender studies | hysteria | Kate Chopin | medicine | morality | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences
  
Ruth, Jennifer. "Between Labor and Capital: Charlotte Brontė's Professional Professor." Victorian Studies 45:2 (Winter 2003): 279-303.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Charlotte Brontė | class studies | criticism | dialectic | economics | literature--19th C | pedagogy | theory
  
Schlossberg, Linda. “'The Low, Vague Hum of Numbers': The Malthusian Economies of Jane Eyre.” VLC 29 (2001): 489-506.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Charlotte Brontė | economics | social sciences | Thomas Malthus
  
Torgerson, Beth Ellen. Reading the Bronte Body: Disease, Desire, and the Constraints of Culture. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Nebraska, 2001.
Medicine
Keywords: Anne Bronte | anthropology | Charlotte Brontė | disease | Emily Bronte | ghosts | hysteria | literature--19th C | medicine | narrative | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | vampires
  
Wood, Jane. Passion and Pathology in Victorian Fiction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Medicine
Keywords: Charles Dickens | Charlotte Brontė | George Eliot | George Gissing | hysteria | medicine | neurasthenia | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Thomas Hardy | Wilkie Collins
  
Zigarovich, Jolene. "Embodied Narratives: Death and the Figuring of Absence in the Victorian Novel. Ph.D. Dissertation: Claremont Graduate University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: anxiety | autobiography | Charles Dickens | Charlotte Brontė | death | identity | literature--19th C | narrative | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science | theory | Wilkie Collins