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Studies in Literature and Science (Series)

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Mapping Michel Serres

International scholars shed new light on the work of renowned French philosopher Michel Serres

Rethinking Reality

Lucretius and the Textualization of Nature

A clear, concise introduction to current debates on the relationship of representation and reality in science studies

The Knowable and the Unknowable

Modern Science, Nonclassical Thought, and the "Two Cultures"

A welcome intervention in the science vs. humanities debate


The Emergence of Network Culture

Meditations on network culture, hypertext, the geography of cyberspace, and interactive film


Communicating with Bodies and Machines in the Nineteenth Century

An interdisciplinary study that traces contemporary notions of "the web" to their origins long before the Internet came into being

Dripping Dry

Literature, Politics and Water in the Desert Southwest

Explores the convergences of U.S. water policy and the literature of the American West

Embodying Technesis

Technology beyond Writing

Presents a radical revision of our understanding of the technological

Simplicity and Complexity

Pondering Literature, Science, and Painting

A fascinating exploration of the connections among science, art, and literature

The Troubadour of Knowledge

A meditatation on the nature of education and the necessity of cross-disciplinarity

The Meaning of Consciousness

Advances a bold new theory of consciousness and meaning by means of subjective, holistic analysis

Of Two Minds

Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics

An acclaimed hypertext novelist's reflections on art and technology, nonlinearity, and the creative process

The Artificial Paradise

Science Fiction and American Reality

Why do Americans find it appealing to create and live in artificial worlds--whether in space, at Disneyland, in computer networks, or in our own minds?


A lyrical, breathtaking exploration of the chaos and multiplicity that underlie imposed conventions of order

Conversations on Science, Culture, and Time

Michel Serres with Bruno Latour

Illuminating conversations with one of France's most respected--and controversial--philosophers