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Brain Waves, A Cultural History: Oscillations of Neuroscience, Technology, Telepathy, and Transcendence Caitlin Shure This project proceeds from a narrow question: What, if anything, is a brain wave? Beguiling in its simplicity, this question prompts a cultural-historical investigation that spans over 150 years of science, technology, and society. Proposed in 1869, the original theory of brain waves cites etheric undulations to explain reports of apparent thought transference. Though mostdoi:10.7916/d89p4hqv fatcat:c6ogfdbadbhsvezyvrfhfmdo5a