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Ackerman, Diane. An Alchemy of Mind: The Marvel and Mystery of the Brain. New York: Scribner, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Albert Einstein | animal studies | Biological Sciences | consciousness | dreams | emotions | evolution | gender studies | identity | language | literature—Renaissance | memory | metaphor | neuroscience | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | social sciences | thought | trauma | William Shakespeare
  
Brüning, Volker Fritz. Bibliographie der Alchemistischen Literatur: 1. Die Alchemistischen Druckwerke von der Erfindung der Buchdruckerkunst bis zum Jahr 1690. München: Saur, 2004.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: alchemy | literature—Renaissance | Occult Sciences
  
Dear, Peter Robert. Revolutionizing the Sciences: European Knowledge and Its Ambitions, 1500-1700 . Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2001.
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: Biological Sciences | humanism | literature—Renaissance | philosophy | physical & mathematical sciences | science and technology studies
  
Duport, Daničle. “La variété botanique dans les récits de voyage au XVIe sičcle: Une glorification du Créateur.” RHL [note: Revue d'Histoire Littérraire de la France] 101 (2001): 195-212.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | botany | exploration discovery & travel | literature—Renaissance
  
Griffiths, Robert Gordon. Expedient Truths: Aspects of Narrative Representation in Elizabethan Voyage Literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Virginia, 2001.
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—Renaissance | narrative | rhetoric of science | Walter Ralegh
  
Habermann, Mechthild. Deutsche Fachtexte der frühen Neuzeit: naturkundlich-medizinische Wissenvermittlung im Spannungsfeld von Latein und Volkspprache. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2001.
Medicine
Keywords: literature—17th C | literature—Renaissance | medicine
  
Hayton, Darin. Astrologers and Astrology in Vienna during the Era of Emperor Maximilian I (1493--1519). Ph.D. Dissertation: University Notre Dame, 2004.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: almanacs | astrology | calendars | culture studies | Emperor Maximilian I | ephemerides | literature—Renaissance | medicine | Occult Sciences | patronage | popular sciences | prognostica | scholasticism | social sciences
  
Keatley, Richard Earl. Enjoying the World: Curiosity and the "Voyage d'Italie" (1568--1606). Ph.D. Dissertation: Yale University, 2004.
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: Christopher Columbus | exploration discovery & travel | Jacques de Villamont | Joseph Catin | literature—Renaissance | Mandeville | narrative | Nicolas Audebert | Nicolas Le Huen | theory
  
Kneidel, Gregory. Samuel Daniel and Edification. SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 44, (Winter 2004): 59-76.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: literature—Renaissance | pedagogy | poetry | religion | rhetoric | Samuel Daniel
  
Ko, Yu Jin. Mutability and Division on Shakespeare's Stage. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2004.
Theory
Keywords: criticism | death | literature—Renaissance | mortality | theory | William Shakespeare
  
Lambert, Ladina Bezzola, and Balz Engler, eds. Shifting the Scene: Shakespeare in European Culture. Newark: University Delaware Press, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: biography | culture studies | drama | literature—Renaissance | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Landreth, David. Once More into the Preech: The Merry Wives' English Pedagogy. Shakespeare Quarterly 55 (Winter 2004): 420-449.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: literature—Renaissance | pedagogy | rhetoric of science | William Shakespeare
  
Lustig, Harry, and Kirsten Shepherd-Barr. “Science as Theater.” American Scientist 90:6 (Nov.-Dec. 2002): 550-556.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: alchemy | allegory | Ben Jonson | Bertolt Brecht | Biological Sciences | C.P. Snow | Charles Darwin | Christopher Marlow | drama | ethics | evolution | George Bernard Shaw | Hallie Flanagan | literature—Renaissance | metaphor | metaphor | Michael Frayn | nuclear power | Paul Mullin | Physical Sciences | physics | popular sciences | social sciences | technology | Timberlake Wertenbaker | Tom McGrath | visual arts—20th C
  
Matar, Nabil. “English Accounts of Captivity in North Africa and the Middle East: 1577-1625.” Ren Q 54 (2001): 553-572.
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—Renaissance
  
McHugh, Heather. “Naked Numbers: A Curve from Wyatt to Rochester.” In Post (Collections): pp. 59-85. [2002]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Earl of Rochester | John Donne | John Wilmot | Lady Katherine Aubigny | literature—17th C | literature—Renaissance | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | Richard Lovelace | Robert Herrick | Sir Thomas Wyatt | Thomas Carew
  
Menon, Madhavi. Wanton Words: Rhetoric and Sexuality in English Renaissance Drama. Toronto: University Toronto Press, 2004.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: allegory | Ben Jonson | culture studies | drama | gender studies | language | literature—Renaissance | metaphor | race studies | rhetoric of science | social sciences | theory | William Shakespeare
  
Mentz, Steve. Reason, Faith, and Shipwreck in Sidney's New Arcadia. SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 44 (Winter 2004): 1-18.
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—Renaissance | metaphor | neo-Platonism | reason | religion | William Shakespeare
  
Neely, Carol Thomas. Distracted Subjects: Madness and Gender in Shakespeare and Early Modern Culture. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Bedlam | culture studies | gender | gender studies | literature—Renaissance | madness | melancholy | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | Thomas Kyd | William Shakespeare
  
Ouellet, Réal, and Mylene Tremblay. “From the Good Savage to the Degenerate Indian: The Amerindian in the Accounts of Travel to America.” In Warkentin ( Collections ) , pp. 159-170. [2001]
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—17th & 18th C | literature—Renaissance | minority studies | social sciences
  
Paster, Gail Kern. Humoring the Body: Emotions and the Shakespearean Stage. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: body | emotions | knowledge | literature—Renaissance | mind | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | theater | William Shakespeare
  
Post, Jonathan F.S. “Introduction: Green Thoughts, Green Shades.” In Post (Collections): pp. 3-16. [2002]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Anne Bradstreet | Ben Johnson | Duchess of Newcastle | Edward Taylor | Elizabeth Bishop | George Herbert | John Donne | John Milton | literature—17th C | literature—Renaissance | Margaret Cavendish | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | T.S. Eliot | Thom Gunn
  
Quinn, Kelly A. Ecphrasis and Reading Practices in Elizabethan Narrative Verse. SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 44 (Winter 2004): 19-35.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: literature—Renaissance | Michael Drayton | poetry | rhetoric of science | Samuel Daniel | William Shakespeare
  
Relihan, Constance Caroline. Cosmographical Glasses: Geographic Discourse, Gender, and Elizabethan Fiction. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 2004.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | geography | literature—Renaissance | physical & mathematical sciences | social sciences
  
Russell, Kara Molway. Best of Bedlam: Madness on the English Renaissance Stage. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Rochester, 2001.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Ben Johnson | John Webster | literature—Renaissance | madness | psychological and cognitive sciences | theater | Thomas Kyd | Thomas Middleton | William Rowley | William Shakespeare
  
Sacks, Peter. “The Face of the Sonnet: Wyatt and Some Early Features of the Tradition.” In Post (Collections): pp. 17-40. [2002]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Bernard Williams | Dante Alighieri | Earl of Surrey | Henry Howard | literature—medieval | literature—Renaissance | Niccolo Degli Abbizi | Petrarch | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | Sir Thomas Wyatt | William Shakespeare
  
Sugg, Richard John. The Impact of Vesalian Anatomy on Religious and Literary Culture from Philip Melanchthon to John Donne. Ph. D. Dissertation: University of Southampton, 2001.
Medicine
Keywords: Andreas Vesalius | literature—Renaissance | medicine
  
Whitfield, Peter. Astrology: A History . New York: Henry N. Abrams, 2001.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: astrology | Claudius | literature—ancient | literature—medieval | literature—Renaissance | Marcus Manilius | Marsilio Ficino | medicine | Occult Sciences | Ptolemy | visual arts—medieval | visual arts—Renaissance
  
Wilson, Corinne. Voyages to the Discovery of the Self in a Marguerite de Navarre's "Heptameron" (1559): From an Itinerary of Reconnaissance to a Spiritual Space. Ph.D. Dissertation: Washington University, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: cartography | exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | geography | identity | literature—Renaissance | Marguerite de Navarre | physical & mathematical sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences