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Cisco, Michael. Supernatural Embarrassment: The Polemic between Science and the Supernatural in the Writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe, and Herman Melville. Ph.D. Dissertation: New York University, 2004.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: Arthur Schopenhauer | Biological Sciences | capitalism | Charles Darwin | culture studies | Edgar Allan Poe | evolution | Friedrich Nietzsche | Herman Melville | literature—19th C | Nathaniel Hawthorne | Occult Sciences | phenomenology | social sciences | Søren Kierkegaard | supernatural | truth
  
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
  
Kickel, Katherine E. Novel Notions: Eighteenth-century Fiction and the Mapping of the Imagination. Ph.D. Dissertation: Case Western Reserve University, 2004.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Ann Radcliffe | anxiety | Aphra Behn | body | cognition | creation | culture studies | Daniel Defoe | Henry Fielding | imagination | Laurence Stern | literature—17th-18th C | medicine | narrative | Occult Sciences | perception | physiology | popular science | race studies | rhetoric of science | senses | slavery | social sciences | supernatural
  
Matthews, James Edward. Between Two Worlds: Ghosts and Apparitions in British Fiction, 1835--1885. Ph.D. Dissertation: Duquesne University, 2001.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Amelia B. Edwards | Charles Dickens | Charlotte Riddell | Darwinism | ghosts | gothic novel | literature--19th C | metaphor | narrative | Occult Sciences | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science | Sheridan Le Fanu | social sciences | spiritualism | supernatural | Wilkie Collins
  
Miller, Thomas Ross. Songs from the House of the Dead: Sound, Shamans, and Collecting in the North Pacific (1900/2000). Ph.D. Dissertation: Columbia University, 2004.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | anthropology | culture studies | death | ethnography | exploration discovery & travel | folklore | Franz Boaz | identity | music | Occult Sciences | phonograph | shamans | social sciences | sound | supernatural | technology | theory
  
Swinford, Dean. Through the Daemon's Gate: Kepler's "Somnium," Medieval Dream Narratives, and the Polysemy of Allegorical Motifs. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Florida, 2004.
Occult Sciences
Keywords: allegory | Artemidorus | astronomy | demons | dreams | Fernand Hallyn | James Paxson | Johannes Kepler | John Donne | John Milton | Ladina Lambert | literature-medieval-Renaissance | Macrobius | Marjorie Nicholson | mysticism | narrative | narrative | neoplatonism | Occult Sciences | physical & mathematical sciences | Psychological &Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | supernatural
  
Zulli, Jerilyn. Puritans, Patriots, and Proto-science fiction: The Influence of Early American Culture on the Production and Consumption of Science Fiction and Utopian Fiction in American Literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: George Washington University, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Charles Brockden Brown | culture studies | dime novels | Edgar Allan Poe | genre studies | literature—19th C | Occult Sciences | popular science | pseudoscience | Puritanism | resurrection | science fiction | social sciences | supernatural | utopia