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  • Evolution (Biology) -- Social aspects -- Congresses.
     
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    Visual culture and evolution : an online symposium / moderated by Kevin Finneran ; edited by J.D. Talasek, Rick Welch and Kevin Finneran ; [panelists, Suzanne Anker ... et al.].
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    [Baltimore] : Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore County : Johns Hopkins University, Master of Arts in Museum Studies Program ; Washington, D.C. : Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences, 2011.
    Subjects
  • Evolution (Biology) -- Social aspects -- Congresses.
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  • Art and science -- Congresses.
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  • Evolution (Biology) -- History -- Congresses.
  •  
  • Natural history illustration -- History -- Congresses.
  •  
  • Visual communication in science -- Congresses.
  • ISBN: 
    9781890761165 (pbk.)
    1890761168 (pbk.)
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    Issues in cultural theory ; 16.
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    240 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
    Contents: 
    Keynote interviews / Kevin Finneran. Eduardo Kac ; E.O. Wilson -- Symposium transcripts : visual culture and evolution. Welcome. J.D. Talasek ; Symmes Gardner ; Phyllis Hecht ; Roger Malina ; Kevin Finneran. Early origins of evolutionary thinking. What is evolution? ; What is visual culture? ; What influence did evolutionary ideas have on other areas of thinking? ; What evolutionary ideas were circulating in the early nineteenth century? ; What was the impact of evolutinary thinking on visual culture in the late nineteenth century?. Evolution : then and now. What new branches of evolutionary thinking have emerged? ; How is the notion of evolution manifested in visual culture today? ; How do scientific ideas function in the cultural realm? ; Does the idea of "elegance" function in science as it does in art? ; Where do we go from here? ; Wrap-up.
    Additional Author: 
    Finneran, Kevin.
    Talasek, J. D.
    Welch, Rick, Ph. D.
    University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture.
    Johns Hopkins University. Master of Arts in Museum Studies Program.
    National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
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    Includes bibliographical references (p. 220-230).
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