Table of contents for Repositioning Victorian sciences : shifting centres in nineteenth-century scientific thinking / edited by David Clifford ... [et al.].

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Introduction
1. Alex Warwick									1
	Margins and Centres
Section One: Shifted Centres
2. Caroline Trowbridge								23
	¿Speakers Concerning the earth¿: Ruskin¿s Geology After 1860
3. Sherrie Lyons									47
	Swimming at the Edges of Scientific Respectability: Sea Serpents in the
	Victorian Era
4. Alastair Durie									69
The Drugs, The Blister and the Lancet are all laid aside.¿ Hydropathy and Medical Orthodoxy in Scotland, 1840-1900
5. Alison Butler									90
	Anna Kingsford: Scientist and Sorceress
6. Lucy Hartley									110
	A Science for One or a Science for All? Physiognomy, Self-Help, and the
	Practical Benefits of Science
Section Two: Contested Knowledges
7. Susan Bernstein									132
	¿Supposed Differences¿: Lydia Becker and Victorian Women¿s Participation
	in the BAAS	
8. Elisabeth Wadge									151
 A Fair Trial for Spiritualism?: Fighting Dirty in the Pall Mall Gazette
9. James Mussell									170
	¿This is Ours and For Us¿: The Mechanic¿s Magazine and Low Scientific
	Culture in Regency London
10. Ted Underwood									190
	How did the Conservation of Energy Become ¿The Highest Law in All
	Science¿?
11. John M. Lynch									213
¿Scriptural Geology¿, Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation and Contested Authority in Nineteenth-Century British Science
12. Donald L. Opitz									235
	¿This house is a Temple of Research¿: Country-House Centres for Late-
	Victorian Science
Section Three: Entering The Modern
13. Bernd Klähn									 260	
Fresnel¿s Particular Waves: Models of Light as Catalytic Modes of Worldmaking in Early Modern Times
14. David Clifford									284
	Re-imagining Heaven: Victorian Lunar Studies and the Anxiety of Loneliness
15. Peter Naccarato									305
	¿You Should Get Your Head Examined¿: Freudian Psychoanalysis and the
	Limits of Nineteenth-Century Science
16. Heike Bauer									329
	Scholars, Scientists and Sexual Inverts: Authority and Sexology in Nineteenth-
	Century Britain
 
17. Martin Willis									348
Unmasking Immorality: Popular Opposition to Laboratory Science in Late Victorian Britain
Notes on Contributors									367
	
Select Bibliography									370

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Science -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
Great Britain -- Intellectual life -- 19th century.