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Andrews, Arvan, and Andrews, Elaine J. The Physiognomy of Fashion: Faces, Dress, and the Self in the Juvenilia and Novels of Charlotte Bronte. Ph.D. Dissertation: Ohio University, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Charlotte Brontë | coding | fashion | gender studies | identity | literature—19th C | phrenology | physiognomy | popular science | pseudoscience | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | signifier | social sciences | subjectivity
  
Borck, Cornelius. “Electricity as a Medium of Psychic Life: Electrotechnological Adventures into Psychodiagnosis in Weimar Germany .” Science in Context 14 (2001): 565-590.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: electricity | Occult Sciences | phrenology | Psychology
  
Canada, Mark. “Flight into Fancy: Poe's Discovery of the Right Brain.” SLJ 33 (2001): 62-79.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Edgar Allan Poe | phrenology | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Gray, Richard T. About Face: German Physiognomic Thought from Lavater to Auschwitz. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2004.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: August Sander | Biological Sciences | Carl Gustav Carus | Franz Joseph Gall | Johann Caspar Lavater | Ludwig Ferdinand Clauss | Ludwig Klages | modernism | Oswald Spengler | phrenology | physiognomics | physiognomy | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | race studies | rhetoric of science | Rudolf Kassner | semiotics
  
Malane, Rachel Ann. "Sex in Mind": The Gendered Brain in Nineteenth-century Literature and Mental Sciences. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Notre Dame, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | brain | Charlotte Brontë | consciousness | empathy | evolution | gender studies | literature—19th C | literature—19th C | medicine | narration | neurology | phrenology | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Psychology | realism | social sciences | theory | Thomas Hardy | Wilkie Collins
  
Masear, Teresa E. Measuring Heads and Calibrating Minds: The Dark Legacy of Eugenics in American Intelligence Testing. Ph.D. Dissertation: University California Los Angeles, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: anthropology | craniology | culture studies | eugenics | Francis Galton | genetics | heredity | heredity | intelligence | IQ | phrenology | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | psychometrics | race studies | social sciences
  
Staum, Martin S. Labeling People: French Scholars on Society, Race and Empire, 1815-1848. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: colonialism | criminality | cultural studies | ethnology | genetics | idealism | literature--19th C | phrenology | pseudoscience | punishment | race studies | social sciences
  
Trinidad Barrantes, Encarnacion. The "Culture of the Eye": Textual Representations of the Gaze from Hawthorne to James. Ph.D. Dissertation: Queen’s University Belfast, 2004.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | Augusta Evans | daguerreotypy | Elizabeth Stoddard | gaze | gender studies | Henry James | literature—19th C | medicine | mesmerism | Nathanial Hawthorne | Nathaniel Parker Willis | Nathaniel Parker Willis | Oliver Wendell Holmes | phrenology | physiognomy | popular sciences | pseudoscience | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | technology
  
Van Wyhe, John. Phrenology and the Origins of Victorian Scientific Naturalism. Aldershot, Hants, UK & Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2004.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | literature—19th C | naturalism | phrenology | popular sciences