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Campbell, John Angus. "Why Was Darwin Believed? Darwin's 'Origin' and the Problem of Intellectual Revolution." Configurations 11.2 (2003): 203-237.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: advertising | analogy | Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | Erasmus Darwin | evolution | incommensurability | inheritance | John F. W. Herschel | metaphor | natural selection | rhetoric of science | simile | sophists | Steven Jay Gould | textual imagery | theory
  
Chapman, Chris. “Three Uses of Photography.” Photofile 67 (Dec. 2002): 4-8.
Technology
Keywords: advertising | Aleksandra Mir | Andy Warhol | architecture | Bernd Becher | computers & digital sciences | Gerhard Richter | Hilla Becher | internet | Jeff Koons | Jonathan Nichols | murals | photography | Ravi Agarwal | Renée Green | Richard Hamilton | technology | Tracey Moffatt | Trevor Smith | videos | visual arts—19th-20th C
  
Denton, Robert E. Jr., ed. Language, Symbols and the Media: Communication in the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attack. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2004.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: advertising | censorship | culture studies | irony | law | mass media | politics | race studies | rhetoric of science | signs | social sciences | symbols | terrorism | World Trade Center
  
Drushel, Bruce E. “Politically (In)corrected: Electronic Media Self-Censorship Since the 9/11 Attacks.” Language, Symbols and the Media: Communication in the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attack. Ed. Robert E. Denton. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2004. 302-216.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: advertising | censorship | mass media | rhetoric of science | signs | symbols | terrorism | war
  
Engelman, Elysa Ream. "'The Face that Haunts Me Ever': Consumers, Retailers, Critics, and the Branded Personality of Lydia E. Pinkham." Ph.D. Dissertation: Boston University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: advertising | culture studies | gender studies | identity | Lydia E. Pinkham | medicine | music | pharmaceuticals | social sciences | trademarks
  
Gross, Andrew S. “Theodore Dreiser and Emily Post: The Early Road Book as an Economic and Political Form.” In Teeuwen ( Collections ) , pp. 105-120. [2001]
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: advertising | automobile | Emily Post | exploration discovery & travel | technology | Theodore Dreiser
  
Kinnick, Katherine N. “Advertising Responses to September 11: The Crisis Response Ad as a Rhetorical Genre.” Language, Symbols and the Media: Communication in the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attack. Ed. Robert E. Denton. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2004. 163-174.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: advertising | censorship | mass media | rhetoric of science | signs | social sciences | symbols | technology | terrorism
  
Nadal, Alan. “’Johnny Yuma Was a Rebel; He Roamed Through the West’: Television, Race, and the ‘Real’ West.” In Friedman (Collections): pp. 50-74. [2002]
Technology
Keywords: advertising | race studies | technology | television | westerns
  
Schenk, Ernie. “If Photoshop is so Great How Come Spider-Man Doesn't Have It?” Communication Arts 44.6 (Nov. 2002): 269-72.
Computers & Digital Technology
Keywords: advertising | computers and digital technology | creativity | Mary Wells Lawrence | technology | theory
  
Swan, Tony. Retro Ride: Advertising Art of the American Automobile. Portland, OR: Collectors Press, 2002.
Technology
Keywords: advertising | automobiles | technology | visual arts—20th C