Book Reviews by Erin O'Connor
Review of Michael Sappol's Traffic of Dead Bodies: Anatomy and Embodied
Social Identity in Nineteenth-Century America. Forthcoming, Isis.
Review of Brink Lindsey's Against the Dead Hand: The Uncertain
Struggle for Global Capitalism. Knowledge@Wharton, 2002.
Review of Sam Williams' Free as in
Stallman's Crusade for Free Software. Knowledge@Wharton, 2002.
Review of Edward. O. Wilson's The Future
of Life. Knowledge@Wharton, 2002.
Review of Jessica Snyder Sachs' Corpse:
Nature, Forensics, and
the Struggle to Pinpoint Time of Death. Isis 93 (June 2002):350-51.
Review of Ronald Thomas' Detective
Fiction and the Rise
of Forensic Science. Forthcoming, Albion Review.
Review of Lawrence Lessig's The Future
of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World. Forthcoming, Knowledge@Wharton.
Review of Doron Swade's The
Difference Engine: Charles
Babbage and the Quest to Build the First Computer. Forthcoming, Knowledge@Wharton.
Review of James B. Murray's Wireless
Nation: The Frenzied Launch of the Cellular Revolution in America. Knowledge@Wharton, December 2001.
Review of Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel and
Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America. Knowledge@Wharton, September 2001.
Review of John de Graaf, David Wann, and Thomas H. Naylor's Affluenza: An
All-Consuming Epidemic. Knowledge@Wharton,
Review of Linus Torvalds' Just For Fun: The Story of
an Accidental Revolutionary. Knowledge@Wharton, August 2001.
Review of Pekka Himanen's The Hacker Ethic and the
Spirit of the Information Age. Knowledge@Wharton, July 2001.
Review of Jack Beatty's Colossus: How the
Corporation Changed America. Knowledge@Wharton, June 2001.
Review of Esther Wachs Book's Why the Best Man for the
Job Is a Woman. Knowledge@Wharton, October
Review of Norman Augustine and Kenneth Adelman's Shakespeare in
Charge. Knowledge@Wharton, March 2000.
Review of Catherine Judd's Bedside Seductions:
Nursing and the Victorian Imagination, 1830-1880. Victorian Studies 42 (Spring 1999):
Review of Kathy Alexis Psomiades' Beauty's Body: Femininity
and Representation in British Aestheticism. Victorian Studies 42:1 (Autumn 1998/1999):
Review of Dennis Todd's Imagining
Monsters: Miscreations of the Self in Eighteenth-Century England. Isis 89:1
(March 1998): 138-139.
Review of Helen Small's Love's Madness: Medicine,
the Novel, and Female Insanity, 1800-1865. Victorian Studies 40:3 (Spring 1997): 579-580.
Review of Robin B. Colby's "Some Appointed Work to
Do": Women and Vocation in the Fiction of Elizabeth Gaskell. Victorian Studies 39:3 (Spring