New Issue: 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, 11, on “Science, Literature, and Darwin’s Legacy”

We are pleased to announce that Issue 11 of 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century is now available at www.19.bbk.ac.uk.  The
issue is entitled ‘Science, Literature, and the Darwin Legacy’ and features the following articles and interview:

  • Paul White, ‘Introduction: Science, Literature, and the Darwin Legacy’
  • Adelene Buckland, ‘Losing the Plot: The Geological Anti-Narrative’
  • Gowan Dawson, ‘‘By a Comparison of Incidents and Dialogue’: Richard Owen, Comparative Anatomy, and Victorian Serial Fiction’
  • David Amigoni, ‘Narrating Darwinian Inheritances: Fields, Life Stories, and the Literature-Science Relation’
  • Gillian Beer, ‘After *Darwin’s Plots’*
  • Daniel Walter Brown, ‘Field Studies: Novels as Darwinian Niches, Poetry for Physicists and Mathematicians’
  • John Robert Holmes, ‘‘The Lay of the Trilobite’: Rereading May Kendall’
  • Emily Ballou, ‘Darwin as Metaphor’
  • Julia Voss, ‘The Curatorial Turn in the Darwin Year 2009′
  • Angelique Richardson, ‘Darwin and Reductionisms: Victorian, Neo-Darwinian, and Postgenomic Biologies’
  • John Dupré, ‘Darwin and Genomics: Regenia Gagnier Interviews John Dupré’
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