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Akbari, Suzanne Conklin. Seeing through the Veil: Optical Theory and Medieval Allegory. Toronto: University Toronto Press, 2004.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: allegory. Dante Alighieri | Geoffrey Chaucer | illumination | literature—medieval | medicine | optics | physical & mathematical sciences | science & technology studies | vision
  
Allert, Beate. ”Hidden Aspects of Goethe's Writings on Color, Seeing, and Motion and their Significance for a Feminist Visual Theory.” In Bodies of Resistance: New Phenomenologies of Politics, Agency, and Culture , Laura Doyle, ed., 144-191. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2001.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: color | gender studies | Isaac Newton | Johann W. von Goethe | physical and mathematical sciences | vision
  
Berggren, L. “Ogat är själens fönster: Leonardo Da Vinci om ögat och seendet.” Svensk medicinhistorisk tidskrift 5 (2001): 171-185.
Medicine
Keywords: Leonardo da Vinci | medicine | vision
  
Bolton, Christopher. “The Mecha's Blind Spot: Patlabor 2 and the Phenomenology of Anime.” Science Fiction Studies. 29:3 (Nov. 2002): 453-474.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: anime | film | popular sciences | robots | science fiction | technology | theory | vision | visual arts—20th C | Vivian Sobchack
  
Brouzas, Dimtrios, Antonios Charakidas, Michael Vasilakis, Panagiotis Nikakis, and Dimitrios Chatzoulis. “Nyctalopia in Antiquity: A Review of the Ancient Greek, Latin, and Byzantine Literature.” Ophthalmology 108 (2001): 1917-1921.
Medicine
Keywords: literature—classical | medicine | vision
  
Chapman, Alison. "'A Poet Never Sees a Ghost': Photography and Trance in Tennyson's 'Enoch Arden' and Julia Margaret Cameron's Photography." Victorian Poetry 41:1 (Spring 2003): 47-71.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: aesthetics | Alfred Tennyson | autobiography | death | epilepsy | ESP | gender studies | ghosts | hypnotism | idyll | Julia Margaret Cameron | literature--19th C | medicine | mesmerism | Occult Sciences | photography | photography | poetry | religion | social sciences | spiritualism | technology | trances | vision
  
DeLue, Rachael Ziady . George Inness: Landscape, Representation, and the Struggle of Vision . Ph.D. Dissertation: Johns Hopkins University, 2001.
Environmental Sciences
Keywords: environmental sciences | George Inness | landscape | perception | physical & mathematical sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | vision | visual arts--general
  
Henchman, Anna. "'The Globe We Groan In': Astronomical Distance and Stellar Decay in 'In Memoriam.'" Victorian Poetry 41:1 (Spring 2003): 29-45.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Alfred Tennyson | astronomy | astrophysics | John Herschel | John Pringle Nichol | light |spectrum | literature--19th C | Mary Somerville | observatories | photographs |senses | physical and mathematical sciences | poetry | telescopes | theory | vision | William Whewell
  
Jackson, Dianah Leigh. “Anatomy of Observation: From the Académie Royale de la Chirurgie to the Salons of Denis Diderot.” Canadian Journal of History 36 (2001): 27-49.
Medicine
Keywords: anatomy | Denis Diderot | medicine | metaphor | rhetoric of science | vision
  
Livingstone, Margaret. Vision and Art: The Biology of Seeing. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2002.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | color | vision
  
Newhauser, Richard. “ Inter scientiam et populum : Roger Bacon, Peter of Limoges, and the ‘Tractatus moralis de oculo.'” In Aertsen (Collections), pp. 682-703. [2001]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Peter of Limoges | psychological and cognitive sciences | Roger Bacon | vision
  
Raczkowski, Christopher T. The Unblinking Eye: Vision, Modernity and Detection in American Literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: Indiana University, 2004.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | Allan Pinkerton | Biological Sciences | camera | Chester Himes | class studies | criminality | Dashiell Hammett | detection | Jacob Riis | Martin Jay | Michel Foucault | modernity | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Ralph Waldo Emerson | Raymond Williams | realism | realism | representation | social sciences | technology | vision | William Dean Howells
  
Revonsuo, Antti. “Imaging Consciousness: Can Cognitive Neuroscience Discover Visual Awareness in the Brain?” In Pylkkanen (Collections), pp. 101-115. [2001]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: psychological and cognitive sciences | vision
  
Schiavo, Laura. "'A Collection of Endless Extent and Beauty': Stereographs, vision, taste Vision and the American Middle Class, 1850-1880." Ph.D. Dissertation: George Washington University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: class studies | social sciences | stereography | technology | vision | visual arts--19th C
  
Schickore, Jutta. “The Task of Explaining Sight—Helmholtz's Writings on Vision as a Test Case for Models of Science Popularization.” Science in Context 14 (2001): 397-417.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Hermann von Helmholtz | popular sciences | vision
  
Stevens, Charles F. “Line versus Color: The Brain and the Language of Visual Arts.” In Pfenninger (Collections), pp. 177-189. [2001]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: color | mind | psychological and cognitive sciences | vision | visual arts—general
  
Visintainer, John Robert. "Descartes' Theory against Artificial Intelligence and the Micro-world." Ph.D. Dissertation: Marquette University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: artificial intelligence | cartesianism | chess | class studies | computers and digital technology | environmental sciences | landscape | modernity | nationalism | philosophy | photography | René Descartes | rhetoric of science | stereoscope | theory | vision | visual arts--19th C