Bibliography

# Books

Ian G. Barbour (1990). Religion in an Age of Science. London: Scm Press.

Emile Durkheim (2005). Le forme elementari della vita religiosa. Roma: Meltemi Editore.

Eric S. Grace (1997). Biotechnology unzipped. Washington D.C.: Joseph Henry Press.

Renate Heidt Heller (2001). Under the skin: biological transformation in contemporary art. Ostfilden-Ruit : Hatje Cantz Verlag.

Julian Huxley (1927). The tissue culture King. ?

Edgar Morin (2002). L’uomo e la morte. Roma: Meltemi Editore.

Enzo Pace (2007). Introduzione alla sociologia delle religioni. Roma: Carocci Editore.

Jill Scott (2006). Artists in lab. Processes of inquiry. Wien: Springer-Verlag.

Rolf D. Schmid (2003). Pocket guide to Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering. Wiley-Vch: Weinheim.

Luisa Valeriani (2004). Dentro la trasfigurazione. Roma: Meltemi Editore.

Stephen Wilson (2002). Information arts: intrsctions of art, science and technology. London: MIT Press.

 

# Books still to look at

Alexander Brian (2003). How Biotech Became the New Religion. ?

H.Collins e T. Pinch (2000). Il golem tecnologico. Torino: Einaudi.

Bruno Latour (1998). La Scienza in azione. Torino: Einaudi.

Bill McKibben (2004). Enough: Staying Human in an Engineered Age. ?

Dorothy Nelkin & M. Susan Lindee (1995). The DNA Mystique: the gene as a cultural icon. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company.

 

# Journals

Philip Hefner. (2007). Unweaving, waving, and knowing where to look. Zygon. 42 (3), 569-572.

Neville Cobbe. (2007). Cross-Species Chimeras: Exploring a possible christian perspective. Zygon. 42 (3), 599-628.

 

# Internet report

Unknown. (2007). Hybrids and Chimeras. Available:

http://www.hfea.gov.uk/docs/HFEA_Final.pdf. Last accessed 19 November 2007.

 

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