Anatomy Lessons

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Dewi Lewis, 2004 - Medical - 59 pages
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Even today universities adhere to a time-honored hierarchy of professors, readers, lecturers, demonstrators, technicians—a structure first established in the European anatomical “theaters” of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. These were the players in the theater of anatomy—though inevitably the cadaver took center stage.

Karen Ingham discovers spaces in which the notion of surface is probed and dissected in the search for structure and meaning—to find what lies beneath.

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Contents

Section 1
13
Section 2
18
Section 3
23
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About the author (2004)

Karen Ingham is a senior lecturer at Swansea Institute and Head of the Centre for Lens-Based Arts. Her work has been exhibited worldwide and previous publications include Paradise Park (2000), Death's Witness (2001), and Ha Ha: Margam Re-visited (2002). President of the Anatomical Society

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