Intersections in Literature and Science
Intersections in Literature and Science aims to produce innovative scholarship within the broad field of academic study known as literature and science. It investigates the important and ongoing contribution to understanding our world made jointly by writers and scientists through interrogation of historical interconnections, from the sixteenth century to the present day, between imaginative literature and scientific and technological discovery and innovation. The books in the series reveal not only how closely allied literature and science were, and still are, but also bring to our attention their vital positions in constructing past and present social and cultural worlds as well as individual and national identities.
Series Editors: Professor Ruth Robbins, Leeds Beckett University and Professor Susan Watkins, Leeds Beckett University.
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