19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century

"A few scholarly ventures have defined the early history of peer-reviewed online research and publication in the humanities. 19 is one of them."
--Jerome McGann, founder of the Rossetti Archive and author of Radiant Textuality: Literary Studies After the World Wide Web (Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 2001)


No 11 (2010): Science, Literature, and the Darwin legacy

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This issue, guest edited by Carolyn Burdett, Ana Parejo Vadillo, and Paul White, takes the Darwin anniversary year as an occasion to reflect on the role that Darwin's work has played in focusing the field of literature and science on the interplay of biology and the novel.

Opening new avenues in poetry, serial fiction, life writing, and the visual arts, in physics, geology, paleontology, sociology, and genomics, it explores ways in which Darwin, notwithstanding the polemics and lionizing that surround his legacy, may still be a force of cultural creation and critique.

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