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Assembling Bodies : art, science & imagination / Anita Herle, Mark Elliott & Rebecca Empson

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Publication date: 2009 (published to accompany the exhibition "Assembling Bodies Art, Science & Imagination" March 2009 - November 2010, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University if Cambridge). Condition: Very good. The cover is in very good condition - almost as new except for a touch of wear at corners and edges. Internally the book is in very good condition - clean, tight and unmarked - almost as new. Content: Chapter 1: Atomised & Anamorphic Man / Jim Bond. Chapter 2: The Dead Body and the Law in Modern Britain / Sarah Tarlow, The Body in History / John Robb. Chapter 3: Instruments and Analogies / Anita Herle, Brain Imaging / Simon Cohn, Sounding Bodies / Tom Rice, Roman Portraits / Robin Osborne, Individual Portraits and Racialised Types / Mark Elliott. Chapter 4: Bilums and Pearlshells : Production and Reproduction / Marilyn Strathern, Genetic Bodies / Sarah Franklin, Distributed Bodies / Jessica Hughes, The Mongolian Household Chest / Rebecca Empson. Chapter 5: Body and Landscape / Oliver Harris, Making Bodies Visible through Archaeological Excavations / Dusan Bori, Organ Transplants / Maryon McDonald, The Head of the Blue Chip II / Dianne Harris, Towards the Embrace / Bonnie Kemske. Chapter 6: Mapping Change and continuity : Living with HIV as a Chronic Illness in South Africa / Hayley MacGregor and Elizabeth Mills

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Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21 x 25 cm
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9780947595180
Number of pages:
96
Publisher:
University of Cambridge

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Publication date: 2009 (published to accompany the exhibition "Assembling Bodies Art, Science & Imagination" March 2009 - November 2010, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University if Cambridge). Condition: Very good. The cover is in very good condition - almost as new except for a touch of wear at corners and edges. Internally the book is in very good condition - clean, tight and unmarked - almost as new. Content: Chapter 1: Atomised & Anamorphic Man / Jim Bond. Chapter 2: The Dead Body and the Law in Modern Britain / Sarah Tarlow, The Body in History / John Robb. Chapter 3: Instruments and Analogies / Anita Herle, Brain Imaging / Simon Cohn, Sounding Bodies / Tom Rice, Roman Portraits / Robin Osborne, Individual Portraits and Racialised Types / Mark Elliott. Chapter 4: Bilums and Pearlshells : Production and Reproduction / Marilyn Strathern, Genetic Bodies / Sarah Franklin, Distributed Bodies / Jessica Hughes, The Mongolian Household Chest / Rebecca Empson. Chapter 5: Body and Landscape / Oliver Harris, Making Bodies Visible through Archaeological Excavations / Dusan Bori, Organ Transplants / Maryon McDonald, The Head of the Blue Chip II / Dianne Harris, Towards the Embrace / Bonnie Kemske. Chapter 6: Mapping Change and continuity : Living with HIV as a Chronic Illness in South Africa / Hayley MacGregor and Elizabeth Mills

Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21 x 25 cm
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9780947595180
Number of pages:
96
Publisher:
University of Cambridge

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