Images of the Corpse: From the Renaissance to Cyberspace
Popular Press, 2004 - Art - 238 pages
Images of the Corpse: From Renaissance to Cyberspace is a collection of 11 essays, which explores and questions the value of interpreting the body as a cultural artifact. This book spans through a great range of time frames with contributions from various essayists. Physicians, art historians, philosophers, an artist, a film scholar, a philosopher, a political scientist, and literature scholars, deliver authoritative essays on a fascinating yet taboo-laden subject such as the corpse. Klaver's rare interdisciplinary approach to examining the Images of the Corpse: From Renaissance to Cyberspace assists in providing an audience with both an engaging and informative read.
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