Description: Term used during the period 2002-present
Publication dates of all IsisCB bibliographic records associated with Dissection.
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[Article] Tinne Claes (2018) ‘By What Right does the Scalpel Enter the Pauper’s Corpse?’ Dissections and Consent in Late Nineteenth-Century Belgium. Social History of Medicine (pp. 258-277).
[Article] Ahmed Ragab (2018) Two Students and a Corpse: The Semantics of Disgust in the Making of Colonial Knowledge. History and Technology (pp. 79-88).
[Article] Pietro Daniel Omodeo (2017) Lodewijk de Bils’ and Tobias Andreae’s Cartesian Bodies: Embalmment Experiments, Medical Controversies and Mechanical Philosophy. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 301-332).