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  • A Cultural History of the Human Body in the Age of Empire

    A Cultural History of the Human Body in the Age of Empire

    Häftad - 2014 - Engelska - ISBN: 9781472554666

    The "long nineteenth century" was an age of empire and empire builders, of state formation and expansion, and of colonial and imperial wars and conquest throughout most of the world. It was also an age that saw enormous changes in how people gave me…

  • A Cultural History of the Human Body in the Age of Empire

    A Cultural History of the Human Body in the Age of Empire

    Inbunden - 2012 - Engelska - ISBN: 9781847887924

    The "long nineteenth century" was an age of empire and empire builders, of state formation and expansion, and of colonial and imperial wars and conquest throughout most of the world. It was also an age that saw enormous changes in how people gave me…

  • A Traffic of Dead Bodies

    A Traffic of Dead Bodies
    av Michael Sappol

    Häftad - 2004 - Engelska - ISBN: 9780691118758

    A Traffic of Dead Bodies enters the sphere of bodysnatching medical students, dissection-room pranks, and anatomical fantasy. It shows how nineteenth-century American physicians used anatomy to develop a vital professional identity, while claiming a…

  • Body Modern

    Body Modern
    av Michael Sappol

    Inbunden - 2017 - Engelska - ISBN: 9781517900205

    A poster first printed in Germany in 1926 depicts the human body as a factory populated by tiny workers doing industrial tasks. Devised by Fritz Kahn (1888-1968), a German-Jewish physician and popular science writer, "Der Mensch als Industriepalast"…

  • Body Modern

    Body Modern
    av Michael Sappol

    Häftad - 2017 - Engelska - ISBN: 9781517900212

    A poster first printed in Germany in 1926 depicts the human body as a factory populated by tiny workers doing industrial tasks. Devised by Fritz Kahn (1888-1968), a German-Jewish physician and popular science writer, "Der Mensch als Industriepalast"…