Acknowledgements Introduction: Moving Anatomies, 1750-1950 Sokhieng Au, Raf de Bont, Kaat Wils I CENTERS AND PERIPHERIES Artisans, Patrons, and Enlightenment: The Circulation of Anatomical Knowledge in Paris, St. Petersburg, and London Margaret Carlyle Anatomy and Sociability in Nineteenth-Century Belgium Joris Vandendriessche Corpse Stories: Anatomy, Bodies and a Colonial World Helen MacDonald Anatomical Collecting and Tropical Medicine in the Belgian Congo Sokhieng Au II ACADEMIC AND PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE Imitating Anatomy: Recycling Anatomical Illustrations in Nineteenth-Century Atlases Veronique Deblon Alternative Anatomy: The Popular Lectures of Constant Crommelinck in Brussels (1850-1880) Tinne Claes "Specimens Calculated to Shock the Soundest Sleeper": Deep Layers of Anatomical Racism Circulated On-Board the Louisiana Health Exhibit Train Stephen C. Kenny III ART AND MEDICINE 195 International Anatomies: Teaching Visual Literacy in the Harvard Lecture Hall Naomi Slipp Shaking the Tyranny of the Cadaver: Doctor Paul Richer and the "Living Ecorche" Natasha Ruiz-Gomez Animating the Anatomical Specimen: Textbook Anatomy and the Incorporation of Photography in JCB Grant's "An Atlas of Anatomy" Kim Sawchuk About the authors Gallery with color plates
Kaat Wils is professor in European cultural history and head of the research groupCultural History since 1750 at KU Leuven. Raf de Bont is lecturer at the History Department of Maastricht University. Sokhieng Au is programme staff in the Analysis and Advocacy unit of Medecins SansFrontieres and a research fellow in history at KU Leuven.
"Wils, de Bont, and Au have compiled an exemplary, highly coherent text with analysis that is relevant and insightful but which demands careful reading."--Choice
"This is a successful and thought-provoking collection, relying on recent historiography, and extensively illustrated--including several color plates."--Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
"Bodies Beyond Borders brought us a lot of case studies that deepened our understanding of how anatomical objects can gain meanings and how they are imbued with new knowledge.... Maybe most fundamentally, this leads to a rethinking of existing hierarchies: between colony and metropolis, between scientific and public anatomies as well as between the different media of anatomy."--H-Soz-u-Kult redaktion