Table of contents for Models : the third dimension of science / edited by Soraya de Chadarevian and Nick Hopwood.


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Contents
List of figures
Acknowledgments
List of Contributors
1. 	Dimensions of modelling
Nick Hopwood and Soraya de Chadarevian
PART I	MODELLING AND ENLIGHTENMENT
2. 	Representing invention, viewing models
		Malcolm Baker
3. 	Plastic anatomies and artificial dissections
Renato G. Mazzolini
4. 	Fish and ships: Models in the age of reason
Simon Schaffer
PART II	DISCIPLINES AND DISPLAY
5. 	Modelling monuments and excavations
Christopher Evans
6. 	Monsters at the Crystal Palace
James A. Secord
7. 	Plastic publishing in embryology
Nick Hopwood
8. Casting skin: Meanings for doctors, artists and patients
Thomas Schnalke
9. 	Molecules and croquet balls
Christoph Meinel
10. 	Mathematical models
Herbert Mehrtens
11. 	Science, art and authenticity in natural history displays
Lynn K. Nyhart
PART III	NEW MEDIA AND OLD
12. 	Models and the making of molecular biology
Soraya de Chadarevian
13. 	Secrets hidden in 2-D: The economy as a hydraulic machine
Mary S. Morgan and Marcel Boumans
14. 	From model kits to interactive computer graphics
Eric Francoeur and Jérôme Segal
COMMENTARIES
15. 	Three-dimensional models in philosophical perspective
James Griesemer
16. 	Material models as visual culture
Ludmilla Jordanova
	
	Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Communication in science, Visual communication, Geometrical models, Polyhedra Models