Publications and Research

Monographs

  • Belknap, Geoffrey. From a Photograph: Authenticity, Science and the Periodical Press, 1870-1890. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
  • Dawson, Gowan. Show Me the Bone: Reconstructing Prehistoric Monsters in Nineteenth-Century Britain and America. University of Chicago Press, 2016.
  • Dawson, Gowan, Bernard Lightman, Sally Shuttleworth, Jonathan R. Topham, eds., Science Periodicals in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Constructing Scientific Communities. University of Chicago Press, 2020.
  • Frampton, Sally. Belly-Rippers, Surgical Innovation and the Ovariotomy Controversy. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. [open access]
  • Lintott, Chris.The Crowd and the Cosmos: Adventures in the Zooniverse. Oxford University Press, 2019.
  • Macdonald, Lee. Kew Observatory and the Evolution of Victorian Science, 1840-1910. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018.

Special Issues

  • Frampton, Sally and Jennifer Wallis, ‘Reading Medicine and Health in Periodicals’, Media History 25:1, 2019.
  • Shuttleworth, Sally and Berris Charnley, eds. 'Science periodicals in the nineteenth and twenty-first centuries', Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science, 70.4, 2016. [open access]

Contributions in an Edited Collection

  • Belknap, Geoffrey. 'Illustrating Natural History: Images, Periodicals, and the Making of Nineteenth-Century Scientific Communities', The British Journal for the History of Science, 51.3, 2018, pp. 395-422. [open access]

  • Belknap, Geoffrey. 'Photographs in Text: The Reproduction of Photographs in 19th Century Scientific Communications', Photography and Other Media: Towards an Integrated History, edited by Simone Natale and Nicoletta Leonardi. Penn State University, 2018.

  • Belknap, Geoffrey.  ‘Natural History Periodicals and Changing Conceptions of the Naturalist Community, 1828-65’, in Science Periodicals in Nineteenth-Century Britain: The Construction of Scientific Communities, edited by Gowan Dawson, Bernard Lightman, Sally Shuttleworth and Jonathan Topham. University of Chicago Press, 2020.
  • Dawson, Gowan. 'Science in the Periodical Press', The Routledge Research Companion to Nineteenth-Century British Literature and Science, edited by John Holmes and Sharon Ruston, Routledge, 2017, pp. 172-86.

  • Dawson, Gowan. 'Literary Replication and the Making of a Scientific “Fact”: Richard Owen’s Discovery of the Dinornis’, Replication in the Long Nineteenth Century: Re-makings and Reproductions, edited by Julie Codell and Linda K. Hughes, Cambridge University Press, 2018, pp. 181-94.

  • Dawson, Gowan.  ‘Introduction: Constructing Scientific Communities’; Ch. 1 (with Jonathan R. Topham), ‘Scientific, Medical, and Technical Periodicas in Nineteenth-Century Britain: New Formats for New Readers’; and Ch. 4, ‘”An Independent Publication for Geologists”: The Geological Society , Commercial Journals, and the Remaking of Nineteenth-Century Geology’, in Science Periodicals in Nineteenth-Century Britain: The Construction of Scientific Communities, edited by Gowan Dawson, Bernard Lightman, Sally Shuttleworth and Jonathan Topham. University of Chicago Press, 2020.
  • Frampton, Sally. 'Defining Difference: Competing Forms of Ovarian Surgery', Technological Change in Modern Surgery: Historical Perspectives on Innovation, edited by Thomas Schlich and Christopher Crenner. Boydell & Brewer, 2017, pp. 51-71.

  • Frampton, Sally.  ‘”A Borderland in Ethics”: Medical Journals, the Public and the Medical Profession in Nineteenth-Century Britain’, in Science Periodicals in Nineteenth-Century Britain: The Construction of Scientific Communities, edited by Gowan Dawson, Bernard Lightman, Sally Shuttleworth and Jonathan Topham. University of Chicago Press, 2020.
  • Frampton, Sally. 'Opening the Abdomen: The Expansion of Surgery', The Palgrave Handbook of the History of Surgery, edited by Thomas Schlich. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018 pp. 175-94.

  • Shuttleworth, Sally. 'Science and Periodicals: Animal Instinct and Whispering Machines, The Oxford Handbook of Victorian Literary Culture, edited by Juliet John. Oxford University Press, 2016, pp. 416-37. [access]

  • Tweddle, John et al. 'Citizen science: authentic research at the natural history museum', Museum Participation: New Directions for Audience Collaboration, edited by Kayte McSweeney and Jen Kavanagh. MuseumsEtc, 2016.

Articles

  • Belknap, Geoffrey. 'Review: Sarah K. Gillespie , The Early American Daguerreotype: Cross-currents in Art and Technology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2016, Pp. x + 213. ISBN 978 0 2620 3410 4. £23.95 (cloth)', The British Journal for the History of Science, 50.3, pp. 551-52.
  • Charnley, Berris. 'Plasmids, Patents, and the Historian', Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 60, 2016, pp. 109-113.
  • Charnley, Berris. 'Genetics and the Institutionalization of Plant Breeding Expertise, 1900-1930', Institutionalization of Science and the Public Sphere in Modern Britain, 2018. Aichi Prefectural University Pre-Print.
  • Dawson, Gowan. 'Up In The Air: Evolution and Victorian Culture', Victorian Review, 41.2, 2015, pp. 9-13.

  • Ferry, Georgina. 'Medical Periodicals: Mining the Past', The Lancet, 385.9987, pp. 2569-2570.

  • Frampton, Sally. 'Honour and subsistence: invention, credit and surgery in the nineteenth century', British Journal of the History of Science, 49.4, 2016, pp. 561-76. [open access]

  • Frampton, Sally and Roger Kneebone. 'John Wickham’s New Surgery: "Minimally Invasive Therapy", Innovation, and Approaches to Medical Practice in Twentieth-century Britain', Social History of Medicine, 30.3, 2016, pp. 544-66. [open access]

  • Frampton, Sally and Alison Moulds. 'Surgical Outcomes: A Victorian Viewpoint', RCS Bulletin 97.4, pp. 190-191. [open access]

  • Frampton, Sally and Sally Shuttleworth. 'Citizen Medicine'. Nature, 534.7607. [open access]

  • Frampton, Sally and Jen Wallis. 'Medical and Health Periodicals in the Late 19th/early 20th Century', Media History, 25.1, 2018, pp. 1-5.

  • Frampton, Sally. 'The Medical Press, the Profession and the Public', The Edinburgh History of the British and Irish Press, vol 2, edited by David Finkelstein. Edinburgh University Press, 2020.
  • Frampton, Sally and Sarah Chaney. 'Mind-Boggling Medical History: Creating a medical history game for nurses', Science Museum Journal, Spring 2019, Issue 11. [open access]
  • Lintott, Chris et al. 'Planet Hunters IX. KIC 8462852 Where's the Flux?', Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 457.4, pp. 3988-4004. [open access]

  • Lintott, Chris et al. 'Ideas for Citizen Science in Astronomy', Annual review of Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol 53 (2015), pp. 247-78.
  • Lintott, Chris et al. 'Science Learning via Participation in Online Citizen Science', Journal of Science Communication, Special Issue: Citizen Science, Part II (April 2016). [open access]
  • Lintott, Chris et al. 'Galaxy Zoo: morphological classifications for 120 000 galaxies in HST legacy imaging', Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 464.4, 2016, pp. 4176-4203. [open access]

  • Lintott, Chris et al. 'Galaxy Zoo: quantitative visual morphological classifications for 48 000 galaxies from CANDELS', Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 464.4, 2016, pp. 4420–4447. [open access]

  • Lintott, Chris et al. 'Gravity Spy: integrating advanced LIGO detector characterization, machine learning, and citizen science', Classical and Quantum Gravity, 34 (2017). [open access]

  • Macdonald, Lee. 'University physicists and the origins of the National Physical Laboratory, 1830-1900', History of Science, 2018.

  • Macdonald, Lee. 'The origins and early years of the Magnetic and Meteorological Department at Greenwich Observatory', Annals of Science, 75.3, 2018, pp. 201-33.

  • Moulds, Alison. ‘Who are the Detectives? Class, gender and identity in crime writing’, English Review, 28.2, 2017, pp. 6-9.

  • Moulds, Alison. 'The “Medical-Women Question” and the Multivocality of the Victorian Medical Press, 1869-1900’, Media History, 25.1, 2018, pp. 6-22.

  • Shuttleworth, Sally. 'Old Weather: Citizen Scientists in the 19th and 21st Centuries', Science Museum Group Journal, Spring 2015. [open access]
  • Shuttleworth, Sally. Introduction. Oxford Research in English: Networks, Issue 2, Winter 2015. [open access]
  • Shuttleworth, Sally. 'Life in the Zooniverse: Working with Citizen Science', Journal of Literature and Science, 10.1, 2017, pp. 46-51. [open access]
  • Shuttleworth, Sally and Berris Charnley. 'Science Periodicals in the Nineteenth and Twenty First Centuries', Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science, 70.4, 2016, pp. 297-304. [open access]
  • Shuttleworth, Sally and Sally Frampton. 'Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the 19th and 21st Centuries', The Lancet, 385.9987, 2015, p. 2568.
  • Shuttleworth, Sally and Chris Lintott. 'From collective investigation to citizen science', Research Culture – Collaboration Collections The Royal Society, 2018, pp. 50-56. [open access]
  • Shuttleworth, Sally, Gowan Dawson, Chris Lintott. 'Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the 19th and 21st Centuries', Journal of Victorian Culture, 20.2, 2015, pp. 246-254.

  • Shuttleworth, Sally. ‘"National Health is National Wealth”: Publics, Professions, and the Rise of the Public Health Journal’, Science Periodicals in Nineteenth-Century Britain, edited by Gowan Dawson, Bernard Lightman, Sally Shuttleworth and Jonathan Topham. University of Chicago Press, 2020.

  • Moore, Wendy. 'Exhibition on the History of Vaccination in the UK Illustrates the Struggle between Public and State', The Pharmaceutical Journal, 296.7889. [open access]

  • Tweddle, John et al. 'Contributions to conservation outcomes by natural history museum-led citizen science: Examining evidence and next steps'. Biological Conservation, 208, April 2017, pp. 87-97. [open access]

  • Vishniac, Ethan T and Chris Lintott. 'Editorial: the AAS Journals Corridor for Instrumentation, Software, Laboratory Astrophysics, and Data', The Astronomical Journal 151.2. [open access]

  • Wale, Matthew. 'Editing Entomology: Natural History Periodicals and the Shaping of Scientific Communities in Nineteenth-Century Britain', British Journal for the History of Science, April 2019, pp. 1-19.
  • Wale, Matthew. 'The Nineteenth Century Natural History Press', The Edinburgh History of the British and Irish Press, vol 2. edited by David Finkelstein. Edinburgh University Press, 2020.