David Serlin

The Clean Room / Producing Surgery on the Internet: Is the Rectum a Cinema?
Issue 1 / Invented Languages / Winter 2000–2001

The Clean Room / Love Machines: Unwinding the Technology of the Scopitone
Issue 2 / Mapping Conversations / Spring 2001

The Clean Room / Some Like It Cold: Engineering the “Personal Environment”
Issue 3 / Weather / Summer 2001

The Clean Room / Making the Jaipur Foot
Issue 4 / Animals / Fall 2001

The Clean Room / Wrestling with the “Digital Angel”
Issue 5 / Evil / Winter 2001–2002

The Clean Room / Reading the Working Body after September 11
Issue 6 / Horticulture / Spring 2002

The Clean Room / The New Face of Terrorism
Issue 7 / Failure / Summer 2002

The Invention of Failure: An Interview with Scott A. Sandage
Issue 7 / Failure / Summer 2002

The Clean Room / Just Say No to Eucalyptus
Issue 8 / Pharmacopia / Fall 2002

Me, Myself, and Super-Me: An Interview with David Healy
Issue 8 / Pharmacopia / Fall 2002

The Clean Room / Superfly Me to the Moon
Race, physiology, and the culture of aerospace science
Issue 9 / Childhood / Winter 2002/03

Where the Wild Things Were: An Interview with Leonard S. Marcus
The history of children’s literature from Orbis Pictus to The Rabbits Wedding
Issue 9 / Childhood / Winter 2002/03

The Clean Room / Giants, Neither Green Nor Jolly
Ecology, technology, and sustainable skyscraper design
Issue 10 / Property / Spring 2003

The Clean Room / Domesticating the Hiroshima Maidens
Plastic surgery after the atomic bomb
Issue 11 / Flight / Summer 2003

The Mile High Club
Dummies go down
Issue 11 / Flight / Summer 2003

The Clean Room / SARS Poetica
Illness, fashion, and the branding of epidemics
Issue 12 / The Enemy / Fall/Winter 2003

By the Numbers: An Interview with William L. Bird, Jr.
Painting a picture of the middle class
Issue 15 / The Average / Fall 2004

Infectious Laughter
Kuru as metaphor
Issue 17 / Laughter / Spring 2005

Rolling the Dice: An Interview with Jackson Lears
Luck in America
Issue 19 / Chance / Fall 2005

Ready for Inspection: An Interview with Valentin Groebner
The early history of identity documents
Issue 22 / Insecurity / Summer 2006

Days of the Locust: An Interview with Jeffrey Lockwood
Issue 25 / Insects / Spring 2007

A Buried History of Paleontology
The remains of Waterhouse Hawkins
Issue 28 / Bones / Winter 2007–2008

The Broken Circuit: An Interview with Lauren Berlant
The political economy of shame
Issue 31 / Shame / Fall 2008

Learning at Your Fingertips
The Museum Extension Project and the pedagogy of the tactile
Issue 39 / Learning / Fall 2010

Leftovers / These Were Once Kings and Queens in Wax
After the fire at Madame Tussaud’s
Issue 54 / The Accident / Summer 2014