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Bittel, Carla Jean. "The Science of Women's Rights: The Medical and Political Worlds of Mary Putnam Jacobi." Ph.D. Dissertation: Cornell University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: culture studies | gender studies | hysteria | Mary Putnam Jacobi | medicine | pedagogy | physiology | politics | religion | rhetoric of science | social sciences | suffrage
  
Doty, Kathleen, and Risto Hiltunen. "’I Will Tell, I Will Tell’: Confessional Patterns in the Salem Witchcraft Trials, 1692.” Journal Historical Pragmatics 3:2 (2002): 299-335.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: discourse | hysteria | narrative | Occult Sciences | rhetorical sciences | social sciences | William Labov | witchcraft
  
Egerton, Katherine Elizabeth. "'Sick in Twos and Threes and Fours': Representation, Redemption, and Mental Illness in Arthur Miller's Later Plays." Ph.D. Dissertation: University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Arthur Miller | disease | drama | film | gender studies | hysteria | insanity | medicine | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences
  
Galvan, Jill Micole. Feminine Channeling: Technology, the Occult, and Women's Mediation of Communications, 1870-1915. Ph.D. Dissertation: UCLA, 2002.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: Bram Stoker | channeling | communication | gender studies | George Du Maurier | Henry James | hysteria | literature—19th-20th C | Marie Corelli | mediation | mediums | mesmerism | Morton Prince | Occult Sciences | phenomena | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetorical sciences | Rudyard Kipling | technology
  
Gardner, Paula M. Recovery Culture: The Promotion of Depression and Consumption of Mental Health Technologies in Contemporary Social Practices. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2001.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: depressive studies | gender studies | hysteria | medicine | psychiatry | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences
  
Heilmann, Ann. “Narrating the Hysteric: Fin-de-Siècle Medical Discourse and Sarah Grand's The Heavenly Twins .” In Richardson (Collections ), pp. 122-135. [2001]
Medicine
Keywords: Charlotte Perkins Gilman | gender studies | hysteria | Josef Breuer | medicine | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Sarah Grand | Sigmund Freud
  
Keeley, James P. “Subliminal Promptings: Psychoanalytic Theory and the Society for Psychical Research.” American Imago 58.4 (2001): 767-791.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Frederic W. H. Myers | hypnotism | hysteria | Occult Sciences | psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences | Sigmund Freud | supernatural | theosophy
  
Meisel, Perry. “Psychoanalysis and Aestheticism.” American Imago 53.4 (2001): 749-766.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | Gustav Fechner | hysteria | Karl Marx | metaphor | Michel Foucault | psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science | Sigmund Freud
  
Oelrich, Kristen. “From Diagnoses to Decadence: A Brief History of Hysteria.” Art Criticism 17, no. 1 (2001): 86-103.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: hysteria | Jean-Martin Charcot | Joseph Breuer | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | psychological and cognitive sciences | Sigmund Freud | visual arts--19th & 20th C
  
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 Brontë | Charlotte Perkins Gilman | culture studies | emotion | gender studies | hysteria | Kate Chopin | medicine | morality | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences
  
Peterson, Kaara L. Pathology and Performance: Representing Hysterical Disease in Early Modern England. Ph.D. Dissertation: Boston University, 2001.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Castiglione Rabelais | Edmund Spenser | gender studies | George Chapman | hysteria | John Ford | medicine | melancholy | psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences | Robert Burton | Rowley Middleton | social sciences | theater | Thomas Kyd | William Shakespeare
  
Purinton, Marjean D. “Socialized and Medicalized Hysteria in Joanna Baillie's Witchcraft .” Prism(s): Essays in Romanticism 9 (2001): 139-156.
Medicine
Keywords: hysteria | Joanna Baillie | medicine
  
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 Brontë | disease | Emily Bronte | ghosts | hysteria | literature--19th C | medicine | narrative | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | vampires
  
Walworth, Alan. “Cinema Hysterica Passio: Voice and Gaze in Jean-Luc Godard’s King Lear.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 59-94. [2002]
Technology
Keywords: drama | film | hysteria | Jacques Lacan | Jean-Luc Godard | literature—20th C | Occult Sciences | Peter S. Donaldson | technology | William Shakespeare
  
Walworth, Alan. “Cinema Hysterica Passio: Voice and Gaze in Jean-Luc Godard’s King Lear.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 59-94. [2002]
Theory
Keywords: drama | film | hysteria | Jacques Lacan | Jean-Luc Godard | literature—20th C | Occult Sciences | Peter S. Donaldson | theory | William Shakespeare
  
Wood, Jane. Passion and Pathology in Victorian Fiction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Medicine
Keywords: Charles Dickens | Charlotte Brontë | George Eliot | George Gissing | hysteria | medicine | neurasthenia | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Thomas Hardy | Wilkie Collins