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Art, Anatomy, And Political Theory In The Late Renaissance: Creating An Image Of The Renaissance Body, Isabel Lauren Gheytanchi Oct 2020

Art, Anatomy, And Political Theory In The Late Renaissance: Creating An Image Of The Renaissance Body, Isabel Lauren Gheytanchi

The Macksey Journal

Universal access to the human body allows the body to serve as a common standard to which all things are measured against; an accessible analog. Societies cling to the comfort and stability of the universal human body when approaching new ideas. So naturally by the end of the European Renaissance (1450-1650) the prevalence of the human body in intellectual and artistic circles reflected the chaos brought on by new, unsettling Renaissance ideas. But with these new ideas and discoveries came a new understanding of embodiment: The Renaissance’s cultural construction of the human body. Previous historians have emphasized the advancement ...


Bibliography: Women And Medicine, No.37 2004 , Monica Green Mar 2004

Bibliography: Women And Medicine, No.37 2004 , Monica Green

Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality

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Bibliography: Women And Medicine, No.35 2003 , Monica Green Mar 2003

Bibliography: Women And Medicine, No.35 2003 , Monica Green

Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality

No abstract provided.


Bibliography: Women And Medicine, No.32 2001 , Monica Green Sep 2001

Bibliography: Women And Medicine, No.32 2001 , Monica Green

Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality

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New Bibliography On "Women And Medicine", Monica Green Mar 1996

New Bibliography On "Women And Medicine", Monica Green

Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality

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New Bibliography On Women And Medical Practice, Monica Green Mar 1995

New Bibliography On Women And Medical Practice, Monica Green

Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality

No abstract provided.