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- Antarctic Fiction Bibliography: a continuation of Fauno Cordes' "Tekeli-li." -- compiled by Valmar Kurol.
- Art Evolved: Life's Time Capsule: Paleo Fiction Genres.
- Maps in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Jonathan Crowe.
- Prehistoric Fiction Bibliography. "A catalog of published fiction with a prehistoric theme or element."
- Prehistoric Pulp. Paleontology in science fiction and fantasy.
- Who wrote the First Dinosaur Novel? Dinosaur Tracking: where paleontology meets pop culture. Smithsonian.
Bode, Christoph, and Jacqueline M. Labbe. Romantic Localities: Europe Writes Place. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2010.
Introduction / Christoph Bode and Jacqueline Labbe -- 'How bursts the landscape on my sight!' : pedestrian excursions into the Romantic landscape / Felicitas Menhard -- At the intersection of artifice and reality / Jacqueline Labbe -- Sublime landscapes and ancient traditions : Eighteenth-century literary tourism in Scotland / Kristin Ott -- 'Plum-pudding stone' and the Romantic Sublime : the landscape and geology of the Trossach in The Statistical Account of Scotland (1791-9) / Tom Furniss -- Readers of Romantic locality : tourists, Loch Katerine and The Lady of the Lake / Nicola J. Watson -- Paradox Inn : home and passing through at Grasmere / Polly Atkin -- 'O all pervading album!' : place and displacement in Romantic albums and album poetry / Samantha Matthews -- Into the woods : Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest in the Romantic imagination / Stefanie Fricke -- Inspiration, toleration and relocation in Ann Radcliffe's A Journey Made in the Summer of 1794, Through Holland and the Western Frontier of Germany (1795) / Angela Wright -- Henry Crabb Robinson's initiation into the 'Mysteries of the New School' : a Romantic journey / James Vigus -- Italy as a Romantic location in the poetry of the Original English Della Cruscans / Rolf Lessenich -- The location of vacancy : Pompeii and the Panorama / Sophie Thomas -- Italy visited and revisited : Wordworth's 'Magnificent Debt' / J. Douglas Kneale -- Hollow skies, hupaithric temples and Pythagoreans : Shelly's dim Crotonian truths / Rosa Karl -- 'An imaginary line drawn through waste and wilderness' : Scott's The Talisman / Silvia Mergenthal -- Exploded convictions, perished certainties : the transformational experience of the South Seas in Georg Forster's A Voyage Round the World / Christoph Bode.
Cartwright, John, and Brian Baker. Literature and Science: Social Impact and Interaction. Santa Barbara, Calif: ABC-CLIO, 2005.
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Medieval cosmology and European literature : Dante and Chaucer -- Science and literature in the Elizabethan renaissance -- Science and literature in seventeenth-century England -- Science and literature, 1680-1790 -- The touch of cold philosophy : the response to science in Romantic literature, 1790-1840 -- Nineteenth-century American literature and science : problems of analogy -- Those dreadful hammers : geology and evolution in nineteenth-century literature -- Darwin's gothic : science and literature in the late nineteenth century -- Themes in science fiction -- Science and literature in the twentieth century : from entropy to chaos -- The two cultures debates -- Science wars and imperial ambitions -- Epilogue : a time for cultural exchange.
Cavanaugh, Terence W., and Cathy Cavanaugh. Teach Science with Science Fiction Films: A Guide for Teachers and Library Media Specialists. Worthington, Ohio: Linworth Pub, 2004.
1. Science fiction films as an educational tool : Why learn science? ; What is science fiction? ; Why use science fiction to teach science? ; Research on teaching science with science fiction films ; Common fallacies and errors in science fiction films ; How to use science fiction in the classroom ; The library media center ; How to use the materials in this book ; Guidelines for repurposing films ; How to get science fiction films ; Standards-based teaching ; Educational technology standards ; National science standards matrices -- 2. Human biology : Fantastic voyage ; Star trek®: Immunity syndrome ; Catalyst enzymes activity -- 3. Animal biology : Star trek®: Operation annihilate ; THEM ; Acceleration due to gravity and reaction time activity -- 4. Plant biology : Day of the triffids ; The thing ; Flower dissection activity ; Build a flower activity -- 5. Chemistry : The Andromeda strain ; Star trek the next generation®: Home soil ; Conductivity tester activity ; pH and indicators activity ; Crystal growth activity -- 6. Earth science : Journey into amazing caves ; Journey to the center of the earth ; Twister ; Severe weather observation activity ; Construct a tornado bottle activity -- 7. Environmental science/ecology : X-Files(TM): Darkness falls ; Star trek® IV: The voyage home ; Star trek®: The trouble with tribbles ; Qualitative testing of carbon dioxide: a pollutant activity ; Growing triops activity ; Animal population survey: tag and recapture activity -- 8. Geology : Dante's peak ; Jurassic Park ; Crystal systems activity ; Fossil formation activity -- 9. Marine science : Finding Nemo ; It came from beneath the sea ; Jaws ; Using fish anatomy to determine habitat activity ; Shark key activity -- 10. Physics : Star trek: the next generation®: Booby trap ; Destination moon ; Forbidden planet ; Personal radiation dose activity ; Size of the sun and moon activity ; Free fall and forces activity -- 11. STS: Science technology and society : The day the earth stood still ; Star trek®: Devil in the dark ; Fly away home ; Build an electric motor activity ; Panorama diorama activity.
Clarke, Bruce, and Manuela Rossini. The Routledge Companion to Literature and Science. New York: Routledge, 2011.
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Part I. Literatures and sciences. AI and ALife / John Johnston -- Alchemy / Mark S. Morrisson -- Biology / Sabine Sielke -- Chaos and complexity theory / Ira Livingston -- Chemistry / Jay Labinger -- Climate science / Robert Markley -- Cognitive science / Joseph Tabbi -- Cybernetics / Søren Brier -- Ecology / Stacy Alaimo -- Evolution / David Amigoni -- Genetics / Judith Roof -- Geology / Stephen A. Norwick -- Information theory / Philipp Schweighauser -- Mathematics / Brian Rotman -- Medicine / George Rousseau -- Nanotechnology / Colin Milburn -- Physics / Dirk Vanderbeke -- Psychoanalysis / Arkady Plotnitsky -- Systems theory / Bruce Clarke -- Thermodynamics / John Bruni -- Part II. Disciplinary and theoretical approaches. Agricultural studies / Susan M. Squier -- Animal studies / Richard Nash -- Art connections / Robert Pepperell -- Cultural science studies / Maureen McNeil -- Deconstruction / Vicki Kirby -- E-literature / Joseph Tabbi -- Feminist science studies / Susan M. Squier and Melissa M. Littlefield -- Game studies / Gordon Calleja and Ivan Callus -- History of science / Henning Schmidgen -- Media studies / Mark B.N. Hansen -- Philosophy of science / Alfred Nordmann -- Posthumanism / Neil Badmington -- Science fiction / Lisa Yaszek -- Semiotics / Paul Cobley -- Part III. Periods and cultures. Greece and Rome / Emma Gee -- Middle Ages and early Renaissance / Arielle Saiber -- Scientific "revolution" I : Copernicus to Boyle / Alvin Snider -- Scientific "revolution" II : Newton to Laplace / Lucinda Cole -- Romanticism / Noah Heringman -- Industrialism / Virginia Richter -- Russia / Kenneth J. Knoespel -- Japan / Thomas Lamarre -- Modernism / T. Hugh Crawford -- Postmodernism / Stefan Herbrechter.
Fishburn, Evelyn, and Eduardo L. Ortiz. Science and the creative imagination in Latin America. London: Institute for the Study of the Americas, 2005.
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Introduction / Evelyn Fishburn and Eduardo L. Ortiz -- Darwin in South America : geology, imagination and encounter / Dame Gillian Beer -- Walking backward to the future : time, travel and race / Benigno Trigo -- Natural parts and unnatural others : a reflection on patrimony at the turn of the nineteenth century / Sylvia Molloy -- On the transition from realism to the fantastic in the Argentina of the 1870s : Holmberg and the Córdoba Six / Eduardo L. Ortiz -- Literature and science in Martinez Estrada's work / Alejandro Kaufman -- The nature effect in Latin American science publications : the case of the journal Redes / Claudio Canaparo -- Two scientific traditions in Martín Fierro / Norma S. Horenstein -- Heisenberg's uncertainty principle in contemporary Spanish American fiction / Alicia Rivero -- Constructing postcoloniality : scientific enquiries in Cien años de soledad / Patricia Murray -- Holograms and simulacra : bioy casares, subeila, piglia / Geoffrey Kantaris -- The desert poetics of Mario Montalbetti : writing, knowledge, topologies / William Rowe.
Heringman, Noah. Romantic Rocks, Aesthetic Geology. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2004.
Introduction: Aesthetic Materialism and the Culture of Landscape -- A Genealogy of the "Huge Stone" in Wordsworth's "Resolution and Independence" -- Geological Otherness; or, Rude Rocks and the Aesthetics of Formlessness -- Blake, Geology, and Primordial Substance -- Interchapter. Literary Landscapes and Mineral Resources -- The Rock Record, Mineral Wealth, and the Substance of History -- Aesthetic Objects and Cultural Practices in Erasmus Darwin's Geology -- Wonders of the Peak -- Conclusion: Aesthetic Geology and Critical Discourse.
Doe, Jane. “Incidental Toxins and Deer Mortality in Central Park.” Pesticides and Urban Ungulates 44, no. 12 (June 2005): 21-35.
Kawula, John Douthit. "The interpretation and indexing of geoscience fiction." Journal of Geological Education vol. 41, issue 1 (January 1993): 15-23.
Merrill, Lynn L. The Romance of Victorian Natural History. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989.
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The positive force of natural history -- Cultural manifestations -- Language and discourse -- The scientific context and the two cultures -- Museums and microscopes: particularity and panorama -- Burroughs and Ruskin--"The more and fresher facts the better" -- Natural history art and Pre-Raphaelitism -- Philip Henry Gosse: "Feasting of the eager eyes" -- Charles Kingsley and the wonders of the shore -- Hugh Miller and evocative geology.
Perry, Phyllis J. The World's Regions and Weather Linking Fiction to Nonfiction. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 1996. <http://public.eblib.com/EBLPublic/PublicView.do?ptiID=497379>.
Sarjeant, William Anthony Swithin. n.d. "Detectives and Geology in Fiction". Geology Today. 10, no. 6: 228-231.
Sheffield, Charles. Borderlands of Science: How to Think Like a Scientist and Write Science Fiction. Riverdale, NY: Baen Books, 1999.
Stitt, Megan Perigoe. Metaphors of Change in the Language of Nineteenth-Century Fiction: Scott, Gaskell, and Kingsley. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998.
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1. The Fossil and the Germ: Rhetorics of Etymology -- 2. Rocks and Living Tongues: Inductive Science and the Novels of the Present -- 3. Decadent Strength: Models of Progress -- 4. Figures of Speech: Language and the Family Dynamic.
Tinkler-Villani, V., and C. C. Barfoot. Restoring the Mystery of the Rainbow: Literature's Refraction of Science. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011.
Tomaiuolo, Saverio. In Lady Audley's Shadow: Mary Elizabeth Braddon and Victorian Literary Genres. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010.
This book is devoted to Mary Elizabeth Braddon's complex relationship with the three main Victorian literary genres: the Gothic, the Detective and the Realist novel. Using Braddon's bestselling sensation fiction Lady Audley's Secret as a paradigmatic model and as a 'haunting' textual presence across her literary career, this study provides a critical reading of a wide range of Braddon's novels and short stories.
Wyatt, John. Wordsworth and the Geologists. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
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Introduction -- Wordsworth's geology: references and allusions -- 'Pronounce their benediction, speak of them as powers': the wider context of geological information -- Trinity men -- Order, clarity, distinctness -- 'The universality of nature's kingdom'? -- Duration and decay: the abyss of time -- Geology: the poetic discipline -- Geologists and humanity -- Conclusion.