From Peter J. Capuano:
Please allow me to introduce the publication of my book, Changing Hands: Industry, Evolution, and the Reconfiguration of the Victorian Body (University of Michigan Press; hardcover; paperback; ebook; 340 pages).
The book may be of interest to those studying the history of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century science, industry, and evolutionary theory. The book is also methodologically positioned within “Digital” Humanities, body studies, and the Victorian novel. For more information, including blurbs from Jay Clayton (Vanderbilt U), Andrew Stauffer (U of Virginia), James Eli Adams (Columbia U), and Pamela Gilbert (U of Florida), see this url: