Alice Through the Looking Glass of Eleanor of Aquitaine"
by Christopher Tyler.
About the Book:
About the Author:
Christopher Tyler is an English visual neuroscientist based in San Francisco with extensive interests in the historical development of ideas. His scientific work is focused on the understanding of the human perception of the third dimension, but has ranged from the dynamics of color vision to the diagnosis of medical disorders of the visual system. He stumbled onto the issue of the parallel history of the Alice stories through an investigation of the role of women in the European intellectual lineage, such as the founding of universities.
Cloth (with dust jacket): 170 pages. Over 100 colour illustrations. Glossary, timelines, annotated bibliography, index.
ISBN: 10: 0-9725330-4-4; 13: 978-0-9725330-4-1
Paperback (colour): 144 pages. Over 100 colour illustrations. Bibliography, index. ISBN: 10: 0-9725330-8-7; 13: 978-0-9725330-8-9
Paperback (monochrome): 170 pages. Over 100 monochrome illustrations. Glossary, timelines, annotated bibliography, index. ISBN: 10: 0-9725330-9-5; 13: 978-0-9725330-9-6
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