science human scientific nature natural scientists genetic species biological environmental research evolutionary sciences knowledge evolution biology humans life environment

0.34 Brian Boyd, II

For Evocriticism: Minds Shaped to Be Reshaped, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.33 Douglas H. Boucher, Ecological Rationality and Capitalism: Costa Rica and the USA, Social Text, 1991.
0.32 Jill Didur, Re-Embodying Technoscientific Fantasies: Posthumanism Genetically Modified Foods and the Colonization of Life, Cultural Critique, 2003.
0.31 Stanley Shostak, Struggle in the Structure of Evolutionary Theory, boundary 2, 2003.
0.30 David A. Kirby Laura A. Gaither, Genetic Coming of Age: Genomics Enhancement and Identity in Film, New Literary History, 2005.
0.29 James C. Wilson, (Re)Writing the Genetic Body-Text: Disability Textuality and the Human Genome Project, Cultural Critique, 2002.
0.28 Scott Kirsch Don Mitchell, Earth-Moving as the "Measure of Man": Edward Teller Geographical Engineering and the Matter of Progress, Social Text, 1998.
0.28 Jonathan Kramnick, Against Literary Darwinism, Critical Inquiry, 2011.
0.27 Paul Bloom, I

Who Cares about the Evolution of Stories?, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.26 Simon A. Cole, Do Androids Pulverize Tiger Bones to Use as Aphrodisiacs?, Social Text, 1995.
0.25 R. C. Lewontin, Facts and the Factitious in Natural Sciences, Critical Inquiry, 1991.
0.25 Glen A. Love, Ecocriticism and Science: Toward Consilience?, New Literary History, 1999.
0.24 Stefan Helmreich, What Was Life? Answers from Three Limit Biologies, Critical Inquiry, 2011.
0.24 Les Levidow, Science Skirmishes and Science-Policy Research, Social Text, 1996.
0.24 Joseph Carroll, III

An Open Letter to Jonathan Kramnick, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.24 Vanessa L. Ryan, IV

Living in Duplicate: Victorian Science and Literature Today, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.23 Teresa Heffernan, Bovine Anxieties Virgin Births and the Secret of Life, Cultural Critique, 2003.
0.23 Reid A. Bryson, Environment Environmentalists and Global Change: A Skeptic's Evaluation, New Literary History, 1993.
0.23 Jonathan Kramnick, VII

Literary Studies and Science: A Reply to My Critics, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.22 Sophia Roosth, Screaming Yeast: Sonocytology Cytoplasmic Milieus and Cellular Subjectivities, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.22 Jacqueline Stevens, Symbolic Matter: DNA and Other Linguistic Stuff, Social Text, 2002.
0.22 Gary R. Bortolotti Linda Hutcheon, On the Origin of Adaptations: Rethinking Fidelity Discourse and "Success": Biologically, New Literary History, 2007.
0.21 A. Zee, On Fat Deposits around the Mammary Glands in the Females of Homo Sapiens, New Literary History, 2001.
0.21 Dorothy Nelkin, The Science Wars: Responses to a Marriage Failed, Social Text, 1996.
0.21 Lorraine Daston, Type Specimens and Scientific Memory, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.20 Lisa Lynch, Strange Germs and Hopeful Monsters: Alexander Laing's 1930s American Biotechnology Tales, New Literary History, 2005.
0.20 Andrew Ross, The Chicago Gangster Theory of Life, Social Text, 1993.
0.20 Priscilla Wald, What's in a Cell?: John Moore's Spleen and the Language of Bioslavery, New Literary History, 2005.
0.20 Bart Simon, Introduction: Toward a Critique of Posthuman Futures, Cultural Critique, 2003.
0.20 Nicolas Pethes, Terminal Men: Biotechnological Experimentation and the Reshaping of "The Human" in Medical Thrillers, New Literary History, 2005.
0.20 Stanley Aronowitz, The Politics of the Science Wars, Social Text, 1996.
0.20 Jay Clayton, Victorian Chimeras or What Literature Can Contribute to Genetics Policy Today, New Literary History, 2007.
0.20 Timothy W. Luke, On Environmentality: Geo-Power and Eco-Knowledge in the Discourses of Contemporary Environmentalism, Cultural Critique, 1995.
0.20 N. Katherine Hayles, Afterword: The Human in the Posthuman, Cultural Critique, 2003.
0.19 Donna Haraway, enlightenment@sciencewarscom: A Personal Reflection on Love and War, Social Text, 1997.
0.19 Hilary Rose, My Enemy's Enemy Is Only Perhaps My Friend, Social Text, 1996.
0.19 Julie Livingston Jasbir K. Puar, Interspecies, Social Text, 2011.
0.19 Yrjö Haila Lassi Heininen, Ecology: A New Discipline for Disciplining?, Social Text, 1995.
0.19 Priscilla Wald, Future Perfect: Grammar Genes and Geography, New Literary History, 2000.
0.18 Sandra Harding, Science Is "Good to Think With", Social Text, 1996.
0.18 George Levine, What Is Science Studies for and Who Cares?, Social Text, 1996.
0.18 Lorraine Daston, Science Studies and the History of Science, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.17 Langdon Winner, The Gloves Come off: Shattered Alliances in Science and Technology Studies, Social Text, 1996.
0.17 Michael T. Ghiselin, The Individual in the Darwinian Revolution, New Literary History, 1971.
0.17 Richard Harvey Brown, Modern Science and Its Critics: Toward a Post-Positivist Legitimization of Science, New Literary History, 1998.
0.17 Richard N. Adams, Social Evolution and Social Reproduction, New Literary History, 1991.
0.17 Eugene Thacker, Data Made Flesh: Biotechnology and the Discourse of the Posthuman, Cultural Critique, 2003.
0.17 Mario Biagioli, Postdisciplinary Liaisons: Science Studies and the Humanities, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.16 Roy Porter, The Two Cultures Revisited, boundary 2, 1996.
0.16 Herbert Gottweis, Genetic Engineering Democracy and the Politics of Identity, Social Text, 1995.
0.16 M. Susan Lindee, Wars of Out-Describing, Social Text, 1997.
0.16 Blakey Vermeule, VI

Wit and Poetry and Pope or The Handicap Principle, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.16 Dana Phillips, Ecocriticism Literary Theory and the Truth of Ecology, New Literary History, 1999.
0.16 Lesley A. Sharp, Monkey Business: Interspecies Longing and Scientific Prophecy in Experimental Xenotransplantation, Social Text, 2011.
0.16 Dipesh Chakrabarty, The Climate of History: Four Theses, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.16 Lawrence Buell, The Ecocritical Insurgency, New Literary History, 1999.
0.16 Herman E. Daly, Steady-State Economics: A New Paradigm, New Literary History, 1993.
0.16 Martin W. Lewis, On Human Connectedness with Nature, New Literary History, 1993.
0.16 Stephen Jay Gould, D'Arcy Thompson and the Science of Form, New Literary History, 1971.
0.16 Judith Genova, Tiptree and Haraway: The Reinvention of Nature, Cultural Critique, 1994.
0.16 David A. Hollinger, Free Enterprise and Free Inquiry: The Emergence of Laissez-Faire Communitarianism in the Ideology of Science in the United States, New Literary History, 1990.
0.16 Joseph Carroll, Three Scenarios for Literary Darwinism, New Literary History, 2010.
0.15 Luciana Parisi, Information Trading and Symbiotic Micropolitics, Social Text, 2004.
0.15 Val Dusek, Philosophy of Math and Physics in the Sokal Affair, Social Text, 1997.
0.15 Lennard J. Davis David B. Morris, Biocultures Manifesto, New Literary History, 2007.
0.15 Richard Levins, Ten Propositions on Science and Antiscience, Social Text, 1996.
0.15 Debbora Battaglia, Multiplicities: An Anthropologist's Thoughts on Replicants and Clones in Popular Film, Critical Inquiry, 2001.
0.14 Ashley Dawson, Environment, Social Text, 2009.
0.14 Steve Fuller, Does Science Put an End to History or History to Science?, Social Text, 1996.
0.14 Les Levidow, Scientizing Security: Agricultural Biotechnology as Clean Surgical Strike, Social Text, 1995.
0.14 Michael T. Ghiselin, Poetic Biology: A Defense and Manifesto, New Literary History, 1976.
0.14 Stephen Dougherty, Culture in the Disk Drive: Computationalism Memetics and the Rise of Posthumanism, Diacritics, 2001.
0.14 Suzana Sawyer Arun Agrawal, Environmental Orientalisms, Cultural Critique, 2000.
0.14 Richard D. Wolff, Science Empiricism and Marxism: Latour and Woolgar vs E P Thompson, Social Text, 1981.
0.13 Lawrence Buell, Toxic Discourse, Critical Inquiry, 1998.
0.13 John Guillory, The Sokal Affair and the History of Criticism, Critical Inquiry, 2002.
0.13 Joel Kovel, Dispatches from the Science Wars, Social Text, 1996.
0.13 Colin Milburn, Nano/Splatter: Disintegrating the Postbiological Body, New Literary History, 2005.
0.13 G. Gabrielle Starr, V

Evolved Reading and the Science(s) of Literary Study: A Response to Jonathan Kramnick, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.13 Christopher Newfield, Critical Response I The Value of Nonscience, Critical Inquiry, 2003.
0.13 Michael E. Gorman Julia K. Kagiwada, Invention Design and Discovery: A Transdisciplinary Quest, New Literary History, 1995.
0.13 George Levine, By Knowledge Possessed: Darwin Nature and Victorian Narrative, New Literary History, 1993.
0.13 Leigh Van Valen, Laws in Biology and History: Structural Similarities of Academic Disciplines, New Literary History, 1972.
0.13 Hubert Zapf, Literary Ecology and the Ethics of Texts, New Literary History, 2008.
0.13 Anne-Lise François, "O Happy Living Things": Frankenfoods and the Bounds of Wordsworthian Natural Piety, Diacritics, 2003.
0.13 Sarah Franklin, Making Transparencies: Seeing through the Science Wars, Social Text, 1996.
0.13 Hannah Landecker, Cellular Features: Microcinematography and Film Theory, Critical Inquiry, 2005.
0.12 Suzanne Anker Sarah Franklin, Specimens as Spectacles: Reframing Fetal Remains, Social Text, 2011.
0.12 Ed Cohen, The Paradoxical Politics of Viral Containment; or How Scale Undoes Us One and All, Social Text, 2011.
0.12 Ken Hirschkop, Cultural Studies and Its Discontents: A Comment on the Sokal Affair, Social Text, 1997.
0.11 Sharon Traweek, Unity Dyads Triads Quads and Complexity: Cultural Choreographies of Science, Social Text, 1996.
0.11 Arnold Krupat Franz Boas, Anthropology in the Ironic Mode: The Work of Franz Boas, Social Text, 1988.
0.11 Bruno Latour, What Is Given in Experience?, boundary 2, 2005.
0.11 N. Katherine Hayles, Simulating Narratives: What Virtual Creatures Can Teach Us, Critical Inquiry, 1999.
0.11 Fabien Locher Jean-Baptiste Fressoz, Modernity's Frail Climate: A Climate History of Environmental Reflexivity, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.11 William J. Rankin, The Epistemology of the Suburbs: Knowledge Production and Corporate Laboratory Design, Critical Inquiry, 2010.
0.11 William Howarth, Imagined Territory: The Writing of Wetlands, New Literary History, 1999.
0.11 Anthony Appiah, The Uncompleted Argument: Du Bois and the Illusion of Race, Critical Inquiry, 1985.
0.11 Stephen Toulmin, The Construal of Reality: Criticism in Modern and Postmodern Science, Critical Inquiry, 1982.
0.11 Emily Martin, Meeting Polemics with Irenics in the Science Wars, Social Text, 1996.
0.11 , Erratum: Short-Prose, Social Text, 1990.
0.10 Andrew Ross, A Few Good Species, Social Text, 1996.
0.10 Robert D'Amico, Science Rhetoric Humanities, boundary 2, 1985.
0.10 Dale Jamieson, II The Philosophers' Symposium on Climate Change, Critical Inquiry, 2008.