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Figuring It Out
Science, Gender, and Visual Culture
Ann Shteir, ed.; Bernard Lightman, ed.

Dartmouth College Press



Contents

• Acknowledgments
• Contributors
• Introduction -
 .  and  
Frontispieces
Iconographies of Flora: The Goddess of Flowers in the Cultural History of Botany -  . 
A Passion that Transforms: Picturing the Early Natural History Collector -  
Figuring Nature/Figuring the (Fe)male: The Frontispiece to Humboldt’s Ideas Towards a Geography of Plants -  
The Nineteenth Century: Technologies and Gender Politics
Picturing Sexual Selection: Gender and the Evolution of Ornithological Illustration in Charles Darwin’s Descent of Man -  
• Nature by Design: Masculinity and Animal Display in Nineteenth-Century America -
  
Gender and Genre in Victorian Scientific Photography -  
Scrapbook Science: Composite Caricatures in Late Georgian England -  
Those Who Drew and Those Who Wrote: Women and Victorian Popular Science Illustration -  . 
Depicting Nature, Defining Roles: The Gender Politics of Victorian Illustration -  
Gendered Collaborations: Marrying Art and Science -  - 
The Twentieth Century and Beyond: Changes or Continuities?
Looking for Jean Dow: Narratives of Women and Missionary Medicine in Modern China -  . 
Images of Expertise: Women, Science, and the Politics of Representation -  
Men in White, Women in Aprons: Utopian Iconographies of TV Doctors -  
The Fetal Voyager: Women in Modern Medical Visual Discourse -  
Visible/Human/Project: Visibility and Invisibility at the Next Anatomical Frontier -  
Index

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