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Achenbach, Joel. “The World According to Wells.” Smithsonian 32 (April 2001): 110-112, 114-124.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: H. G. Wells | popular sciences
  
Aldiss, Brian W. “Doomed Formicary versus the Technological Sublime.” In Slusser (Collections), pp. 188-194. [2001]
Technology
Keywords: H. G. Wells | technology
  
Alkon, Paul. “Was the Time Machine Necessary?” In Slusser (Collections), pp. 27-38. [2001]
Popular Sciences
Keywords: H. G. Wells | popular sciences | technology
  
Crockett, Lynne. Victorians and Vivisection: Fictions of Pain from Fin de Siecle. Ph.D. Dissertation: New York University, 2004.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: animal studies | Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | culture studies | eugenics | evolution | gender studies | H. G. Wells | literature—19th-20th C | medicine | morality | mutation | Octavia E. Butler | Sarah Grand | social sciences | vivisection | Wilkie Collins
  
Farrell, Kirby. “Wells and Neotony.” In Slusser ( Collections ) , pp. 65-75. [2001]
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: evolution | H. G. Wells | physical and mathematical sciences
  
Graff, Ann-Barbara. “'Administrative Nihilism': Evolution, Ethics, and Victorian Utopian Satire.” US 12, no, 2 (2001): 33-52.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | Edward Bulwer-Lytton | ethics | evolution | H. G. Wells | literature--19th C | Samuel Butler | satire | utopia
  
Hardin, Michael, Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man: Invisibility, Race, and Homoeroticism from Frederick Douglass to E. Lynn Harris. The Southern Literary Journal 37 (Fall 2004): 96-120.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: E. Lynn Harris | Frederick Douglass | H. G. Wells | James Weldon Johnson | literature—20th C | Nella Larsen | racial studies | Ralph Ellison | social sciences
  
Hardy, Sylvia. “ The Time Machine and Victorian Mythology.” In Slusser (Collections), pp. 76-96. [2001]
Social Sciences
Keywords: H. G. Wells | Max Müller | mythology | social sciences | time
  
Pamboukian, Sylvia Amy. "Industrial Light and Magic: Popular Science, Technology, and the Occult in the Late Victorian Period." Ph.D. Dissertation: Indiana University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Arthur Conan Doyle | automobiles | culture studies | Gothicism | H. G. Wells | horror | literature--19th C | magic | Occult Sciences | popular science | Robert Louis Stevenson | Rudyard Kipling | social sciences | technology | X-ray
  
Pansing, David Wallace. Addicted Subjects: Crime, Aesthetics, and British literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: Brown University, 2004.
Medicine
Keywords: addition | aesthetics | anarchy | Arthur Conan Doyle | E. W. Hornung | G. K. Chesterton | H. G. Wells | Havelock Ellis | Henry James | individuality | Irving Babbitt | J. K. Huysmans | Jacques Derrida | Joseph Conrad | Joseph Margolis | literature—19th-20th C | Ma Nordau | medicine | modernism | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Robert Louis Stevenson | self | Sigmund Freud | theory | Thomas De Quincey | Virginia Woolf
  
Parrinder, Patrick. “From Rome to Richmond: Wells, Universal History, and Prophetic Time.” In Slusser (Collections), pp. 110-121. [2001]
Popular Sciences
Keywords: evolution | H. G. Wells | popular sciences | time
  
Partington, John S. "H. G. Wells's Eugenic Thinking of the 1930s and 1940s." Utopian Studies: Journal of the Society for Utopian Studies 14.1 (2003): 74-81.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Biological Sciences | culture studies | eugenics | gender studies | H. G. Wells | literature--20th C | race studies | utopia
  
Quamen, Harvey Noel. Becoming Artificial: H. G. Wells and the Scientific Discourses of Modernism. Ph.D. Dissertation: Pennsylvania State University, 2001.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: artificial intelligence | Charles Darwin | evolution | H. G. Wells | literature--19th & 20th C | modernism | natural selection | rhetoric of science | technology
  
Roberts, Ian F. “Maupertuis: Doppelgänger of Doctor Moreau.” Science Fiction Studies V. 28, #2, July. 2001, p. 261-274.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | entropy | evolution | exploration discovery & travel | genetics | H. G. Wells | literature--19th C | Pierre Louis Moreau de Maupertuis | science fiction | vivisection
  
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.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
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
  
Scafella, Frank. “The Rebirth of a Scientific Intelligence: Or, From ‘Traveller' to ‘Travailler' in The Time Machine .” In Slusser (Collections), pp. 39-49. [2001]
Popular Sciences
Keywords: H. G. Wells | popular sciences
  
Sirabian, Robert. “The Conception of Science in Wells's The Invisible Man .” PLL 37 (2001): 382-403.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: H. G. Wells | popular sciences
  
Trushell, John. “Mirages in the Desert: The War of the Worlds and Fin du Globe.” Extrapolation 43:4 (Winter 2002): 439-455.
Social Sciences
Keywords: apocolypse | dystopia | H. G. Wells | Orson Welles | radio | social sciences | video
  
Wooden, Shannon R . Evolutionary Narrative and Anxieties of Race in the Victorian Novel. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2001.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | evolution | George Eliot | H. G. Wells | H. Rider Haggard | imperialism | literature--19 th C | narrative | natural selection | race studies | Wilkie Collins
  
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.
Science & Technology Studies
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