Roslynn Haynes’s Publications

Ros's books

Books
1. Haynes, Roslynn D. (1980)
H.G.Wells: Discoverer of the Future: The Influence of Science on his Thought. London: Macmillan.
2. Haynes, Roslynn D. (1991)
High Tech: High Co$t: Technology, Society and the Environment. Sydney: Pan Macmillan.
3. Haynes, Roslynn D. (1994)
From Faust to Strangelove: Representations of the Scientist in Western Literature. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press.
4. Haynes, R.F., Haynes, R.D., Malin, D.F. and McGee, R.X. (1996)
Explorers of the Southern Sky: A History of Australian Astronomy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
5. Haynes, Roslynn (1998),
Seeking the Centre: The Australian Desert in Literature, Art and Film. Cambridge, New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
6. Haynes, Roslynn (2006)
Tasmanian Visions: Landscapes in Writing, Art and Photography. Hobart: Polymath Press.
7. Haynes, Roslynn (2013) Desert: Nature and Culture. London: Reaktion Press.
8. Haynes, Roslynn (2014)
Desert: Nature and Culture. Japanese translation.London: Reaktion Press.
9. Haynes, Roslynn (2017)
From Madmen to Crime Fighter: The Scientist in Western Culture. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Chapters in Books
1. Haynes, R.D. (1983), 'H.G.Wells' in Sharon K.Hall (Ed.), Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. Detroit: Gale Research Co., pp. 553-6.
2. Haynes, R.D. (1985), 'From Alchemist to Social Scientist - Wells's Development of the Scientist as a Literary Character' in Joy Hooton, (Ed.),
Studies in Prose Literature. (Canberra: Faculty of Military Studies, UNSW), pp. 1-19.
3. Haynes, R.D. (1989) 'Jessica Anderson', 'Thea Astley', 'Kate Grenville', 'Elizabeth Jolley' in Helen Daniel (Ed.),
The Good Reading Guide to Contemporary Australian Fiction. Melbourne: McPhee Gribble.
4. Haynes, R.D. (1989) 'Dreamtime Astronomy' in Jon Fairall (Ed.), Guide to Australian Astronomy. Sydney: Federal Publishing Co., pp. 40-7.
5. Haynes, R.D. (1991) 'Dream Allegory in Charles Kingsley and Olive Schreiner', in Kath Filmer (Ed.),
The Victorian Fantasists: Essays on Culture, Society and Belief. London: Macmillan, pp. 153-70. (This book was awarded the Mythopoeic Society prize for 1991.)
6. Haynes, R.D. (1992) 'Science, Myth and Utopia', in Kath Filmer (Ed.),
Twentieth-Century Fantasists. London: Macmillan, pp. 8-22. (This book was awarded the Mythopoeic Society prize for 1992.)
7. Haynes, R.D. (1996) 'Aboriginal Astronomy' in H. Selin (Ed.),
Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 105-8.
8. Haynes, R.D. (1997) 'The Desert as Focus in Australian Literature' in Ross Mellick (Ed.),
Spirit and Place: The Spiritual and Contemporary Australian Art. Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art, pp. 88-97.
9. Haynes, R.D. (1997) 'Two Hundred Years of the Australian Desert in Literature' in Patrick D. Murphy (Ed.),
Literature of Nature: An International Sourcebook. Chicago, London: Fitzroy Dearborn, pp. 259-63.
10. Haynes, R.D. (1998) 'Science and Literature' in Isobel Armstrong (Ed.),
Nineteenth-century Literature, in The Annotated Bibliography of English Studies, General Ed. Robert Clark, Lisse, Exton, Abingdon, Tokyo: Swets & Zeitlinger (released on CD ROM).
11. Haynes, R.D. (2000) 'Astronomy of the Australian Aborigines' in Helaine Selin and Sun Xiaochun (eds),
Astronomy Across Cultures: A History of Non-Western Astronomy. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 53 – 90.
12. Haynes, R.D. (2000) 'Celluloid Scientists: Futures Visualized' in Alan Sandison and Robert Dingley (Eds),
Histories of the Future: Studies in Fact, Fantasy and Science Fiction. London: Palgrave, pp. 34–50.
13. Haynes, R.D. (2002) 'Australian Science Fiction', in Pamela Gossin (Ed.),
Encyclopedia of Literature and Science. Westport CT: Greenwood, pp.35 – 38.
14. Haynes, R.D. (2002) 'Literary Representations of the Scientist', in Pamela Gossin (Ed.),
Encyclopedia of Literature and Science. Westport CT: Greenwood, pp.229–34.
15 Haynes, R.D. (2002) Entries on Francis Bacon, Pearl Buck, Karel Capek, Arthur Conan Doyle, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ernest Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann, C.S. Lewis, Edward George Bulwer Lytton, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley and Robert Louis Stevenson in Pamela Gossin (Ed.),
Encyclopedia of Literature and Science. Westport CT: Greenwood, pp. 35–38, 39–40, 55–56, 63, 111–112, 181–182, 196, 227–228, 266, 437–8, 447–8..
16. Haynes, Roslynn (2002) ‘Von der Alchemie zur künstlichen Intelligenz – Wissenschaftlerklischees in der westlichen Literatur’ in Stephan Iglhaut and Thomas Spring (Eds),
Science + Fiction: zwischen Nanowelt und Globaler Kultur. Berlin: Jovis Verlag GmbH, pp. 192–210.
17. Haynes, Roslynn (2003) 'From Habitat to Wilderness: Tasmania’s Role in the Politicising of Place' in David Trigger and Gareth Griffiths (Eds),
Land, Culture, Place and Identity. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press, pp. 84–110.
18. Haynes, Roslynn (2004) ‘The Unholy Alliance of Science in The Island of Doctor Moreau’ in John S. Partington (Ed),
The Wellsian: Essays on H.G. Wells 1976 – 2003 .Oss, Netherlands: Equilibris Press, pp.55–67.
19. Haynes, Roslynn (2005), 'Van Diemen's Land' in Alison Alexander (Ed.),
The Companion to Tasmanian History, Hobart: Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, pp.497–501.
20. Haynes, Roslynn (2005), Entries on 'Mad Scientists', 'Scientists', 'Animal Farm by George Orwell', 'Brave New World by Aldous Huxley', 'Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut', 'The Time Machine by H.,G. Wells' and 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne', in Gary Westfahl (Ed.),
The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Westport, CT,: Greenwood Publishing Group (in press).
21. Haynes, Roslynn (2005) 'Inscribing Culture on the Landscape' in Lester, L. and C. Ellis (eds) (2005)
Proceedings of Imaging Nature: Media, Environment and Tourism, Cradle Mountain, 27-29 June 2004 , http://www.utas.edu.au/arts/imaging/.
22. Haynes, Roslynn (2006) 'Landscapes in Poetry, Painting and Print: Tasmania', in M. Lake (Ed.)
Memory, Monuments and Museums: The Past in the Present. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press and Australian Academy of the Humanities, pp. 194–212.
23. Haynes, Roslynn (2007) 'The Alchemist in Fiction: The Master Narrative', in Joachim Schummer, Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent and Brigitte Van Tiggelen (Eds),
The Public Image of Chemistry. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
24. Haynes, Roslynn (2009) 'Uluru', in Richard White and Melissa Harper (eds),
Symbols of Australia. Sydney: UNSW Press.
25. Haynes, Roslynn (2014). ‘Aufsteig und Fall des “verrückten Wissenschaftlers” im Film’, (‘The Rise and Fall of the Mad Scientist in Film’), in Angela Schwarz (Ed.), Streitfall Evolution: Eine Kulturgeschichte Wien, Köln, Weimer: Böhlau Verlag. Section III, Chapter III.5.
26. Haynes, Roslynn (2017) 'Travel Writing and the Desert' in N. Das and T. Youngs (eds.)
The Cambridge History of Travel Writing (in press).

Articles in Refereed Journals
1. Haynes, R.D. (1981) 'Elements of Romanticism in The Story of an African Farm ',
English Literature in Transition (1880 - 1920), 2 : 59-79.
2. Haynes, R.D. (1981) 'Wells's Debt to Huxley and the Myth of Doctor Moreau',
Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens, 13: 31-41.
3. Haynes, R.D. (1982) 'H.G. Wells's Contribution to Modern Thought',
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 7 (2): 87-89.
4. Haynes, R.D. (1982) 'Charlotte Brontë's Something About Arthur ', AUMLA , 58: 203-5
5. Haynes, R.D. (1986) 'Art as Meaning in Jessica Anderson's Tirra Lirra by the River ',
Australian Literary Studies, 12 (3): 316-23.
6. Haynes, R.D. (1986) 'Uses of Dream Allegory by Charles Kingsley and Olive Schreiner',
Journal of Mythopoeic Literature Society of Australia, 4 (4): 7-23.
7. Haynes, R.D. (1987) 'Multiple Meanings in Alton Locke's Feverish Dream',
Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens, 25: 29-37.
8. Haynes, R.D. (1987) Review of William J. Broad, Star Warriors,
Search 18 (5) 270-1.
9. Haynes, R.D. (1988) 'Shelter from the Holocaust: Astley's Item from the Late News ',
Southerly 48 (2): 138-51.
10. Haynes, R.D. (1988) 'The Unholy Alliance of Science in The Island of Doctor Moreau ',
The Wellsian, 11: 13-24.
11. Haynes, R.D. (1989) 'H.G. Wells in Australia',
Australian Literary Studies, 14 (3): 280-301.
12. Haynes, R.D. (1989) Review of J.A.V. Chapple,
Science and Literature in the Nineteenth Century. Metascience, 7 (1): 50-3.
13. Haynes, R.D. (1989) 'Images of the Scientist in Literature', I
nterdisciplinary Science Reviews, 14 (4): 384-405.
14. Haynes, R.D. (1990) 'The Astronomy of the Australian Aborigines',
Astronomy Quarterly, 7: 193-217.
15. Haynes, R.D. (1991) Review of Rosaleen Love, The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories,
Metascience 8 (2) : 110-1.
16. Haynes, R.D. (1991) 'Fatalism and Feminism in the Fiction of Kate Grenville',
World Literature Written in English, 31 (1): 60-79.
17. Haynes, R.D. (1991) 'Representations of Astronomers in Literature',
The Astronomy Quarterly, 8: 131-176.
18. Haynes, R.D. (1992) 'Aboriginal Astronomy',
Australian Journal of Astronomy, 4 (3): 127-40.
19. Haynes, R.F., and Haynes, R.D. (1993) '3C 273: The Hazards of Publication',
Proceedings of the Australian Astronomical Society, 10: 355-6.
20. Haynes, R.D. and Haynes, R.F. (1993) 'The History of Astronomy in Queensland',
Vistas in Astronomy, 36: 231-252.
21. Haynes, R.D. (1995) 'Dreaming the Stars: The Astronomy of the Australian Aborigines',
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 20 (2): 187-97.
22. Haynes, R.D. (1995) 'Frankenstein: the scientist we love to hate',
The Public Understanding of Science (U.K.) 4: 435-44.
23. Haynes, R.D. (1995) 'The Bourbaki Gambit’,
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 20(4): 350-52.
24. Haynes, R.D. (1996) 'Ambivalent Eulogy: Catherine Martin's "The Explorers"',
Westerly, 41(2): 29-47.
25. Haynes, R.D. (1996) 'The Power of Myth: Portraits of the Scientist in the Written Word', Helix 5(2): 12-19.
26. Haynes, R.D. 'Alfred Bader - The Adventures of a Chemist-Collector',
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 21:2, 176.
27. Haynes, R.D. (1996) 'Suspect Scientists and Doubtful Doctors: The Scientist in Film',
Helix 5(3): 43-9.
28. Haynes, R.D. (1996) Review of Kate Soper, What is Nature?,
Metascience10, 112-7.
29. Haynes, Roslynn (1998) Myths that won't die: Frankenstein's Footsteps: Science, Genetics and Popular Culture',
Nature 20 August 735-6.
30. Haynes, Roslynn (1999) 'Dying of Landscape: E.L. Grant Watson and the Australian Desert',
Australian Literary Studies19:1, 32-43.
31. Haynes, Roslynn (2001) 'Romanticism and Environmentalism: the Tasmanian Novels of Marie Bjelke Petersen'.
Australian Literary Studies 20:1, 62–75.
32. Haynes, Roslynn. (2002) Review of Elaine Lindsay,
Rewriting God: Spirituality in Contemporary Australian Women’s Fiction', Uniting Church Studies 8:1, 63–5.
33. Haynes, Roslynn (2002) ‘Santiago Ramón y Cajal: Vacation Stories’,
Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 623–4.
34. Haynes, Roslynn (2002) ‘Richard Johnson,
The Search for the Inland Sea: John Oxley, Explorer’, Historical Records of Australian Science 14:2, 217–9.
35. Haynes, Roslynn (2002) 'From Habitat to Wilderness: Tasmania’s Role in the Politicising of Place'.
Papers and Proceedings of the Tasmanian Historical Research Association 49:4, 269–84.
36. Haynes, Roslynn (2003) ‘From Alchemy to artificial intelligence: stereotypes of the scientist in Western literature’,
Public Understanding of Science 12, 243–53.
37. Haynes, Roslynn (2006). 'The Alchemist in Fiction: The Master Narrative',
HYLE: International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry, 12:1, 5–29.
38.
Haynes, Roslynn D. (2006). Subterranean Worlds: A Critical Anthology. Nineteenth-Century French Studies 34: 3&4, 418–419.
39 Haynes, Roslynn D. (2008) Review of John S. Partington (ed.) H.G. Wells in Nature, 1893–1946: A Reception Reader', The Wellsian Vol.31, 68–73.
40 Haynes, Roslynn (2010). 'Marie Bjelke Petersen's Romances: Fulfilling the Contract, Subverting the Text', Southerly, 70:2, 41–63
41
Haynes, Roslynn (2011). ‘Restless Spirit’. History Australia, 8:3, 210–212.
42 Haynes, Roslynn (2014). ‘Whatever happened to the “mad, bad” scientist? Overturning the stereotype’. Public Understanding of Science online 10 June. DOI: 10.1177/0963662514535689.
43. Haynes, Roslynn (2016). 'Bringing Science into Fiction',
Zeitschrift Für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 64: 2, 121-125 DOI: 10.1515/zaa-2016-0014

Other Published Work
1. Haynes, R.D. (1989) 'Literature has shaped the Public Perception of Science', The Scientist , 3 (12): 9, 11.
2. Haynes, R.D. (1989) 'Scientists in Literature and the Media: How do they Rate?',
Media Information Australia, 54: 41-47.
3. Haynes, R.D. (1996) Review of Margaret Wertheim,
Pythagoras' Trousers: God, Physics and the Gender Wars, Sydney Morning Herald, 20 April.
4. Haynes, R.D. (1996) Review of Ragbir Bhathal,
Australian Astronomers', Sydney Morning Herald, 15 June.
5. Haynes, R.D. (1996) 'Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know: Why do Scientists have such a bad Press?',
Australasian Science (Spring), 2-5.
6. Haynes, Roslynn (1997) 'Dreaming the Sky',
Sky and Telescope 94:3, 72-5.
7. Haynes, Roslynn (2000) ‘Island Prison or Island Paradise?’
Libertas 10:2 (Hobart) iv – xii.
8. Haynes, Roslynn (2006), 'Seeking the Centre', EarthSong Journal 5, Spring, 5–12.
9. Haynes, Roslynn (2008), 'From Wilderness to Country',
EarthSong Journal 9, Spring, 5–12.

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