N. Katherine Hayles
Professor, Department of English
Embodiment and Cognition: Implications for Gender
Chaos and Order: Complex Dynamics in Literature and Science. Chicago. 1991.
Chaos Bound: Orderly Disorder in Contemporary Literature and Science. Ithaca. 1990.
The Cosmic Web: Scientific Field Models and Literary Strategies in the Twentieth Century. Ithaca. 1984.
Schizoid Android: Cybernetics and the Mid-Sixties Novels of Philip K. Dick. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 8, 4 (1997): 419-42.
Voices out of Bodies, Bodies out of Voices: Audiotape and the Production of Subjectivity. In Sound States: Innovative Poetics and Acoustical Technologies. Chapel Hill, NC. 1997. 74-96.
Corporeal Anxiety in Dictionary of the Khazars: What Books Talk about in the Late Age of Print When They Talk about Losing Their Bodies. Modern Fiction Studies 43, 3 (Fall 1997): 800-20.
Technocriticism and Hypernarrative. Modern Fiction Studies 43, 3 (Fall 1997).
Interrogating the Posthuman Body. Contemporary Literature 38, 4 (Winter 1997): 755-62.
Two Voices, One Channel: Equivocation in Michel Serres. SubStance: A Review of Theory and Literary Criticism 17, 3 (1988): 3-12.
Making the Cut: The Interplay of Narrative and System: Or, What Systems Theory Can't See. Cultural Critique 30 (Spring 1995): 71-100.
Constrained Constructivism: Locating Scientific Inquiry in the Theater of Representation. In Realism and Representation: Essays on the Problem of Realism in Relation to Science, Literature, and Culture. Madison. 1993. 27-43.
How Cyberspace Signifies: Taking Immortality Literally. Immortal Engines: Life Extension and Immortality in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Athens. 1996. 111-21.
'Who Was Saved?': Families, Snitches, and Recuperation in Pynchon's Vineland. The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel. Normal, IL. 1994. 14-30.
Constrained Constructivism: Locating Scientific Inquiry in the Theater of Representation. New Orleans Review 18, 1 (Spring 1991): 76-85.
Complex Dynamics in Literature and Science. Chaos and Order: Complex Dynamics in Literature and Science. Chicago. 1991. 1-33.
Turbulence in Literature and Science: Questions of Influence. American Literature and Science. Lexington. 1992. 229-50.
In Response to Jean Baudrillard. Science-Fiction Studies 18, 3 (Nov 1991): 321-29.
'A Metaphor of God Knew How Many Parts': The Engine That Drives The Crying of Lot 49. New Essays on The Crying of Lot 49. Cambridge. 1991. 97-125.
'Who Was Saved?' Families, Snitches, and Recuperation in Pynchon's Vineland. Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 32, 2 (Winter 1990): 77-91.
Postmodern Parataxis: Embodied Texts, Weightless Information. American Literary History 2, 3 (Fall 1990): 394-421.
Self-Reflexive Metaphors in Maxwell's Demon and Shannon's Choice: Finding the Passages. Literature and Science: Theory & Practice. Boston. 1990. 209-237.
Chaos as Orderly Disorder: Shifting Ground in Contemporary Literature and Science. New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation 20, 2 (Winter 1989): 305-322.
Information or Noise? Economy of Explanation in Barthes's S/Z and Shannon's Information Theory. One Culture: Essays in Science and Literature. Madison. 1987. 119-142.
Anger in Different Voices: Carol Gilligan and The Mill on the Floss. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 12, 1 (Autumn 1986): 23-39.
Coloring Gravity's Rainbow. Pynchon Notes 16 (Spring 1985): 3-24.
Space for Writing: Stanislaw Lem and the Dialectic 'That Guides My Pen'. Science-Fiction Studies 13, 40 (Nov 1986): 292-312.
Making a Virtue of Necessity: Pattern and Freedom in Nabokov's Ada.
Contemporary Literature 23, 1 (Winter 1982): 32-51.