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ISR is a quarterly journal that aims to set contemporary and historical developments in the sciences and technology into their wider social and cultural context and to illuminate their interrelations with the humanities and arts. It seeks out contributions that measure up to the highest excellence in scholarship but that also speak to an audience of intelligent non-specialists. It actively explores the differing trajectories of the disciplines and practices in its purview, to clarify what each is attempting to do in its own terms, so that constructive dialogue across them is strengthened. It focuses whenever possible on conceptual bridge-building and collaborative research that nevertheless respect disciplinary variation. ISR features thematic issues on broad topics attractive across the disciplines and publishes special issues derived from wide-ranging interdisciplinary colloquia and conferences.

Monday, 21 October 2013

Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 38.4 (December 2013)

Interdisciplinary Science Reviews
38.2 (June 2013)


Guest Editorial

Authors: Bartleet, Carina; Shepherd-Barr, Kirsten

Science in contemporary British theatre: a conceptual approach

Author: Campos, Liliane

Cardboard, Conjuring and 'A Very Curious Experiment'

Author: Watt-Smith, Tiffany

Imagining Otherwise: Autism, Neuroaesthetics and Contemporary Performance

Author: Shaughnessy, Nicola

Revisiting the Puzzle Factory: Cultural Representations of Psychiatric Asylums

Author: Harpin, Anna

Performing Science (Not Ethics) in Analogue's 2401 Objects

Author: Bartleet, Carina

''The Accesptable Face of the Unintelligible': Intermediality and the Science Play'

Author: Heuvel, Mike Vanden



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