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Mussell, James

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ISBN 10: 0754657477 / ISBN 13: 9780754657477
Published by Ashgate, Aldershot, 2007
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Bound in the publisher's original black cloth over boards, spine stamped in gilt. Black & white illustrations and facsimiles throughout. Bookseller Inventory # 9021679

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Title: Science, Time and Space in the Late ...

Publisher: Ashgate, Aldershot

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: near fine

Edition: 1st.

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James Mussell reads nineteenth-century scientific debates in light of recent theoretical discussions of scientific writing to propose a new methodology for understanding the periodical press in terms of its movements in time and space. That there is no disjunction between text and object is already recognized in science studies, Mussell argues; however, this principle should also be extended to our understanding of print culture within its cultural context. He provides historical accounts of scientific controversy, documents references to time and space in the periodical press, and follows magazines and journals as they circulate through society to shed new light on the dissemination and distribution of periodicals, authorship and textual authority, and the role of mediation in material culture. Well-known writers like H. G. Wells and Arthur Conan Doyle are discovered in new contexts, while other authors, publishers, editors, and scientists are discussed for the first time. Mussell is persuasive in showing how his methodology increases our understanding of the process of transformation and translation that underpins the production of print and informs current debates about the status of digital publication and the preservation of archival material in electronic forms. Adding to the book's usefulness are an extended bibliography and a discussion of recent debates regarding digital publication.

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James Mussell is a postdoctoral research assistant on the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (ncse) and lectures on English literature at various universities in London.

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