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Armitage, David. “Monstrosity and Myth in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.” Monstrous Bodies/Political Monstrosities: In Early Modern Europe. Eds. Laura Lunger Knoppers, and Joan B. Landes. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2004. 200-226.
Medicine
Keywords: George Gordon Byron | literature—19th C | Mary Shelley | medicine | myth | rhetoric of science
Austin, Andrea. “Frankie and Johnny: Shelley, Gibson, and Hollywood's Love Affair with the Cyborg.” RoN 21 (February 2001): no pagination.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: cyborgs | film/TV | Mary Shelley | popular sciences | William Gibson
Brewer, William D. The Mental Anatomies of William Godwin and Mary Shelley . Madison, NJ & London: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2001.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: dreams | Jean-Jacques Rousseau | language | madness | Mary Shelley | psychological and cognitive sciences | William Godwin
Brown, James. “Through the Looking Glass: Victor Frankenstein and Robert Owen.” Extrapolation 43:3 (Fall 2002): 263-276.
Technology
Keywords: Edmund Burke | education | feminism | industrial revolution | Jeremy Bentham | Karl Marx | Mary Shelley | Mary Wollstonecraft | nature | popular sciences | Robert Owen | romanticism | science fiction | social sciences | socialism | socialism | technology | Thomas Malthus | utopias | William Godwin
Burns, Brian Edward. Confessional Discourse as Autoethnography. Ph.D. Dissertation: Michigan State Univesity, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: anthropology | autoethnography | biography | Bronislaw Malinowski | colonialism | confession | culture studies | discourse | Edward Said | epistemology | Jan Myrdal | Jean-Jacques Rousseau | literature—18th-20th C | Margaret Mead | Mary Shelley | poetics | postcolonialism | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | rhetoric of science | social sciences | theory | Thomas De Quincey
Dunckel, Aaron. “’Mont Blanc’: Shelley’s Sublime Allegory of the Real.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 207-223. [2002]
Environmental Sciences
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Immanuel Kant | literature—19th C | Mary Shelley | memesis | Paul de Man | Percy Bysshe Shelley | Plato | visual arts—19th C | William Howarth
Engelhardt, Dietrich von. "Macht und Ohnmacht des Forschers: Mary Shelley‘s Frankenstein oder der Moderne Prometheus." Scientia Poetica: Literatur und Naturwissenschaft. Eds. Norbert Elsner, and Werner Frick. Göttingen: Wallstein-Verlag, 2004. 227-238.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | literature—19th C | Mary Shelley
Graham, Elaine L. Representations of the Post/human: Monsters, Aliens and Others in Popular Culture. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2002.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: archaeology | artificial intelligence | biotechnology | Bruno Latour | cybernetics | cyborg | Donna Haraway | economy | gender studies | Gene Roddenberry | golem | Human Genome Project | Isaac Asimov | literature—biblical | Mary Shelley | Michel Foucault | myth | popular sciences | posthumanism | postmodernism | religion | René Descartes | robots | science fiction | Sherry Turkle | social sciences | technology | theory | transcendence | utopia | virtual reality
Knoppers, Laura Lunger, and Joan B. Landes, eds. Monstrous Bodies/Political Monstrosities: In Early Modern Europe. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2004.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: Mary Shelley | monsters | Occult Sciences | rhetoric of science
Lederer, Susan E. Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature. New Brunswick, NJ; London: Rutgers University Press, 2002.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | cloning | ethics | Mary Shelley | monsters | popular sciences | social sciences
Mellor, Anne K. “ Frankenstein, Racial Science, and the Yellow Peril.” NCC 23 (2001): 1-28.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Mary Shelley | popular sciences | race studies
Picart, Caroline Joan. The Cinematic Rebirths of Frankenstein: Universal, Hammer, and Beyond. Westport, CN: Praeger, 2002.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | film | Frankenstein | Mary Shelley | popular sciences
Priester, Karin. Mary Shelley: die Frau, die Frankenstein erfand: Biographie. München: Langen Müller, 2001.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Mary Shelley | popular sciences
Rauch, Alan. Useful Knowledge: The Victorians, Morality, and the March of Intellect . Durham, NC, and London: Duke University Press, 2001.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Charles Kingsley | George Eliot | Jane Wells Webb Loudon | literature—19th C | literature—children's | Mary Shelley | popular sciences
Rocque, Lucia de la, and Luiz Antonio Teixeira. “ Frankenstein, de Mary Shelley, e Drácula, de Bram Stoker: gênero e ciência na literatura.” História, Ciências, Saúde—Manguinhos 8 (March-June 2001): 10-34.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Bram Stoker | gender studies | Mary Shelley | popular sciences
Rosenthal, Lecia A. Literature After the End: Apocalyptic Futurity in Mary Shelley, H. G. Wells, and Doris Lessing. Ph.D. Dissertation: Columbia University, 2001.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: allegory | apocalypse | catastrophe | Doris Lessing | ethics | literature--19th & 20th C | Mary Shelley | narrative | paradox prophecy | rhetoric of science | science fiction | utopia H. G. Wells
Seabury, Marcia Bundy. “The Monsters We Create: Woman on the Edge of Time and Frankenstein.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 42 (2001): 131-144.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Marge Piercy | Mary Shelley | popular sciences
Stinson, Donald Scott. The Creation of Frankenstein: An Opera in One Act. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Miami, 2002.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Claudio Monteverdi | creativity | Mary Shelley | Mary Shelley | music | narrative | opera | rhetoric of science | theory
Villacañas, Beatriz. “De doctores y monstrous: la ciencia como transgresión en Dr. Faustus, Frankenstein y Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde .” Asclepio 53, no. 1 (2001): 197-211.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Christopher Marlowe | Mary Shelley | popular sciences | Robert Louis Stevenson

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