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. . . perhaps the most important facts about people and about societies have always been encoded within
the ordinary and the commonplace.
george lipsitz
............................ themes at a glance

scientific images
the contested nature of how "science" and "scientists" are portrayed


childhood & science
at play and at school, seeing science & society from a child's-eye view



nature & culture
interpreting the world around, within, and beyond us


mechanical natures
the shifting landscapes of the human, the animal, and the technological


science fiction
imagining other worlds while wondering about our own pasts and futures

quotation: George Lipsitz, Time Passages: Collective Memory and American Popular Culture (U of Minn Pr, 1990), p. 20.

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