FMS Publications

Articles, books and talks by members, affiliates and fellows of the FMS program. The list includes scholarly and general interest works on FMS topics, with links, where available, to abstracts or full texts. For information about talks given at the FMS workshops and conferences see "News and Events." For information about the FMS creative writers and their books, see "Readers and Writers."

Publications

2021

Under the Literary Microscope: Science and Society in the Contemporary Novel

by Sina Farzin, Rosslyn Haynes, Susan M. Gaines (Eds)
Penn State University Press, 2021  

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2020

Turing’s Missing Algorithm: The Brave New World of Ian McEwan’s Android Novel Machines Like Me

by Katalina Kopka and Norbert Schaffeld
Journal of Literature and Science, vol. 13, no. 2, 2020, pp. 52-74

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Psychopharmacology in British Literature and Culture, 1780-1900

by Natalie Roxburgh and Jennifer S. Henke (Eds)
Palgrave Studies in Literature, Science and Medicine, Palgrave Macmillan, December 2020

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Utopien in utopiefernen Zeiten: Zukunftsdiskurse am Ende der fortschrittlichen Moderne

by Emanuel Herold
Wallstein Publishing, 27 July 2020

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Nothing but Catastrophes? Climate Change as a Challenge to the Utopian Tradition

by Emanuel Herold
European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment, Vol. 11 No. 1, March 2020

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2019

‘It’s for Fellows only!’: On the Postcolonial Stance of Matthew Brown’s Maths Film The Man Who Knew Infinity

by Norbert Schaffeld
Can it Be? Representations of Science in 21st Century Fiction (eds. Nina Engelhardt and Julia Hoydis) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.

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A Fictionalized Representation of Scientific Counter-Discourse: Jo Lendle’s Historical Science Novel Alles Land (2011)

by Norbert Schaffeld
The German Quarterly 92.1 (Winter 2019): 35-50.

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You bet she can fuck‘ – Sexroboter und künstliche Intelligenz

by Jennifer Henke
Tagungsband “’Robo Sapiens’? Roboter, Künstliche Intelligenz und Transhumanismus in Literatur, Film und anderen Medien”. (Eds.: Dominik Orth, Ingo Irslinger). Heidelberg. Winter 2019
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The Rise of Psychopharmacological Fiction by Natalie Roxburgh
Representations of Science in 21st-Century Fiction. (Eds. Nina Englehardt and Julia Hoydis).
Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 19-35.

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Verloren im Weltall. Ein neues Stereotyp der Wissenschaftlerin im Film am Beispiel von Contact (1997) und Gravity (2013)

by Jennifer Henke
Genre-Störungen. Schriftenreihe zur Textualität des Films. (Eds.: John Bateman, Heinz-Peter Preußer and Sabine Schlickers). Marburg: Schüren. (in print)
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Contesting Spaces of Knowledge: Reproduction, Medicine and Literature

by Jennifer Henke
Contradiction Studies: Mapping the Field/Inaugural Conference on Concepts of Contradiction in the Humanities. (Eds.: Kerstin Knopf, Gisela Febel, Ingo Warnke and Cordula Nolte). Heidelberg: Springer Verlag (in print)
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Spoiler Alert: Scott, Science, and Forms of Reenactment in Contemporary Expedition Narratives

by Anna Auguscik
International Journal of English Studies 30.2 (2019): 47-64

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2018

Fiktionale Fakten: Wissenschaftskommunikation im Spiegel literarischer Rezeptionsprozesse

by Sonja Fücker and Uwe Schimank
Knowledge in Action.
Neue Formen der Kommunikation in der Wissensgesellschaft. (Eds. E. Lettkemann; R. Wilke; H. Knoblauch) Wiesbaden: VS Verlag. 2018.
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The Sum of Our Parts: The Voices of the Human Genre Project

by Julia Boll
European Journal of English Studies 22.3 (2018): 317-330.
Abstract
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Knowing Plants, Knowing Form: Probing the Poetics of Phyto-Centric Life

by Natalie Roxburgh and Felix Sprang
European Journal of English Studies
22.3 (2018): 224-240.

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“The Sociology of Knowledge Approach to Discourse. Investigating the Politics of Knowledge and Meaning-Making”


co-edited by Anna-Katharina Hornidge
(Eds. K
eller, Reiner, Hornidge, Anna-Katharina, Schünemann, Wolf) Oxon & New York: Routledge. 2018.
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A Research Vessel. Heterotopia, Boundary Place and Pluriverse of Epistemes

by Anna-Katharina Hornidge
Wissensrelationen. Beiträge und Debatten zum 2. Sektionskongress der Wissenssoziologie. (Eds. Poferl, Angelika and Pfadenhauer, Michaela), Weinheim: Beltz & Juventa, 2018.
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Keine Zeit für Utopien? Soziologische Utopiekritik und der Wandel utopischer Zukünfte

by Emanuel Herold
Utopisch Dystopisch. Visionen einer ‘idealen’ Gesellschaft. (Eds. Leser, Irene and Jessica Schwarz). Wiesbaden: Springer VS: 2018. 207-25 (print).

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2017

Science as Comedy and the Myth of Progress in Ian McEwan’s Solar (2010)

by Katrin Berndt
Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 50.4. (December 2017): 85-101.

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Is Knowledge Perfomative? Science/Stage: An Experiment in Performance Lectures

by Julia Boll
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews
. Special Issue: Doing Science (eds. Nina Engelhardt and Julia Hoydis) (2017): 282-295.
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Mathematicians, Mysteries, and Mental Illnesses: The Stage-to-Screen Adaptation of Proof

by Jennifer Henke, Norbert Schaffeld and Kati Voigt
Adaptation 10.3 (2017): 323-337.
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‘Ava’s body is a good one’: (Dis)Embodiment in Ex Machina

by Jennifer Henke
American, British, and Canadian Studies 29.1. (2018): 126-146.
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Marine Wissenschaftsforschung: FS Meteor als Ort interdisziplinärer Wissensproduktion

by Anna-Katharina Hornidge
Klüger nutzen, besser schützen. Bremer Forschung an tropischen Küsten. (Eds. Hempel, Gotthilf, Hempel, Irmtraud, Hornidge, Anna-Katharina) Bremen: Falkenberg Verlag, 2017.

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Triangulating the Two Cultures Entanglement: The Sciences and the Humanities in the Public Sphere

by Anton Kirchhofer and Anna Auguscik
Journal of Literature and Science 10.2 (2017): 26-37

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From Madman to Crime Fighter: The Scientist in Western Culture

by Rosslyn Haynes
Baltimore and London: John Hopkins University Press, 2017.

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2016

Universal Narrativity and the Anxious Scientist of the Contemporary Neuronovel

by Natalie Roxburgh, Anton Kirchhofer, and Anna Auguscik
Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 49.4 (December 2016): 71-87.
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’The Things We Are’: Alasdair Gray’s Poor Things (1992) and the Science of Man

by Katrin Berndt
Anglica: An International Journal of English Studies 25.1 (September 2016): 125-140.
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What Do Cartoons Tell Children About Science? A Qualitative Study of the Representation of Science and Scientists in Animated Television Series

by Luz Maria Hernandez Nieto
Bielefeld: Universität Bielefeld (Dissertation)
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Der Buchtipp des Monats: Die Unglückseligen von Thea Dorn

by Uwe Sporl
Der Buchtipp des Monats, Literaturhaus Bremen (Januar 2016)

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Im Liechtenstein des Denkens

by Sina Farzin
Bruno Latours Soziologie der "Existenzweisen": Einführung und Diskussion. (Ed. Henning Laux), Bielefeld: Transcript, 2016.
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Die Existenzweise der Technik

by Emanuel Herold
Bruno Latours Soziologie der "Existenzweisen": Einführung und Diskussion. (Ed. Henning Laux), Bielefeld: Transcript, 2016.
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Aspects of the Science Novel

edited by Norbert Schaffeld.
Special Issue: Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 64.2 (June 2016)

Table of Contents

Norbert Schaffeld - Aspects of the Science Novel (121)
Roslynn D. Haynes – Bringing Science into Fiction (127)
Anton Kirchhofer and Natalie Roxburgh – The Scientist as ‘Problematic Individual’ in Contemporary Anglophone Fiction (149)
Norbert Schaffeld – The Historical Science Novel and the Narrative of an Emergent Scientific Discourse (169)
Nina Engelhardt – Scientific Metafiction and Postmodernism (189)
Sylvia Mayer – Science in the World Risk Society: Risk, the Novel, and Global Climate Change (207)

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Gesellschaftliche Risikodiskurse durch die Linse der Literatur: Zur (inter-)subjektiven Deutung wissenschaftlichen Wissens in Reading Groups

by Sonja Fücker and Uwe Schimank
Routinen der Krise - Krise der Routinen. Verhandlungen des 37. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie. (Ed. Lessenich, Stephan)
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Von leuchtenden Hasen und sterbenden Menschen: Margaret Atwoods Roman Oryx and Crake als Wissenschaftsfolgenabschätzung

by Emanuel Herold and Sina Farzin
Routinen der Krise - Krise der Routinen. Verhandlungen des 37. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie. (Ed. Lessenich, Stephan)
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Die ‘offenen Objekte’ und ihre Gesellschaft: Zur Kritik der technischen Verhältnisse

by Emanuel Herold
Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialtheorie und Philosophie 3.1 (2014): 151 - 181.
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Putting Lifeworlds at Sea: Studying Meaning-Making in Marine Research

by Siriwardane-de Zoysa, Rapti and Hornidge, Anna-Katharina
Frontiers in Marine Science 3:197 (2016)
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2015

Are the Knowledge Wars Finally Over?

by Roslynn Haynes
Métode Science Studies Journal 5: 131-138.
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2014

Whatever Happened to the ‘Mad, Bad’ Scientist? Overturning the Stereotype

by Roslynn D, Haynes
in  Public Understanding of Science 25.1 (January 2014): 31-44.
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