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SLSA Bibliography

Bibliographies: 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2011

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Bookchin, Debbie. The Virus and the Vaccine: The True Story of a Cancer-causing Monkey Virus, Contaminated Polio Vaccine, and the Millions of Americans Exposed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2004.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: animal studies | Biological Sciences | cancer | Jonas Salk | polio | popular science | vaccine | virus
Clow, Barbara. “Who's Afraid of Susan Sontag? Or, the Myths and Metaphors of Cancer Reconsidered.” Soc Hist Med 14 (2001): 293-312.
Keywords: cancer | medicine | metaphor | popular science | Science Studies | Susan Sontag
Davis, Devra Lee. When Smoke Ran Like Water: Tales of Environmental Deception and the Battle Against Pollution. New York: Basic Books, 2002.
Environmental Sciences
Keywords: cancer | earthquakes | environmental sciences | medicine | pollution
Duerden Comeau, Tammy. The Gendered Sub-text of Medical Discourse on Cancer in the Nineteenth Century. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Western Ontario, 2004.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: Barbara Hanson | Biological Sciences | cancer | culture studies | Emily Martin | gender studies | ideology | inequality | medicine | metaphor | rhetoric of science | social sciences | theory
Grau, Juan J., Jorge Estapé, and Matias Diaz-Padrón. “Breast Cancer in Rubens' Paintings.” Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 68 (2001): 89-93.
Keywords: cancer | medicine | Peter Paul Rubens
Humphreys, Camilla S. The Scene of the Crime: Imagining Nature at the Millennium . Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Massachusetts, Amhurst, 2001.
Environmental Sciences
Keywords: Annie Proulx | apocalypse | cancer | E. J. Watson | ecology | ecosystem | environmental sciences | Leslie Marmon Silko | literature--20th C | metaphor | Octavia Butler | Peter Mattiessen | Rachel Carson | radiation | rhetoric of science | social sciences | Terry Tempest Williams | Wendell Berry
Jordens, Christopher F. G., Miles Little, Kim Paul, and Emma Jane Sayers. “Life Disruption and Generic Complexity: A Social Linguistic Analysis of Narratives of Cancer Illness.” Social Science and Medicine 53 (2001): 1227-1236.
Keywords: cancer | linguistics | medicine | narrative | rhetoric of science | social sciences
Knopf Newman, Marcy Jane. Slash, Burn, and Poison: Narrative Interventions in the Breast Cancer war. Ph.D. Dissertation: Miami University, 2001.
Keywords: Amy Ling | Audre Lorde | Betty Ford | Betty Rolin | cancer | Carole Gallagher | Christina Middlebrook | Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick | film/TV | gender studies | Holocaust | Marilyn Hacker | medicine | narrative | photography | poetry | Rachel Carson | rhetoric of science | Richard Nixon | Rose Kushner
Parthasarathy, Shobita. "A Global Genome? Comparing the Development of Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer in the United States and Britain." Ph.D. Dissertation: Cornell University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Biological Sciences | cancer | ethics | genetics | genome | nationalism | rhetoric of science | social sciences | technology
Proctor, Robert N. “What Causes Cancer? A Political History of Recent Debates.” In Singh (Collections), pp. 568-582. [2001]
Popular Sciences
Keywords: cancer | medicine | popular sciences
Tamasy, Marguerite Alex. "Ovarian Cancer and Women's Magazines: A Content Analysis of Articles. Fact and Optimism or Fiction and Pessimism?" Ph.D. Dissertation: Texas Woman's University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: cancer | medicine | popular sciences | rhetoric of science | theory | threat
Teucher, Ulrich C. “Writing in the Face of Death: Norbert Elias and Autobiographies of Cancer.” In Salumets (Collections), pp. 159-174. [2001]
Keywords: biography | cancer | death and dying | medicine | Norbert Elias
Waite, Nancy M. "Women's Illness Narratives: The Search for Meaning in the Experience of Advanced Cancer in White Euro-American Women Who Are Evangelical Christian in Religious Faith Orientation." Ph.D. Dissertation: Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Northwestern University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: cancer | medicine | psychological and cognitive sciences | religion | rhetoric of science