Table of contents for Images of the corpse : from the Renaissance to cyberspace / edited by Elizabeth Klaver.


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Contents
List of Illustrations	000
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction
	Elizabeth Klaver	000
Autopsy: The Final Diagnosis
	Eugene Arnold, MD	000
Physiology and Fabrication: The Art of Making Visible
	Maria Angel	000
Blood and Circuses
	Kate Cregan	000
Representation of the Dead Body in Literature and Medical Writings During the Restoration in France
	Robert April, M.D	000
The Carnivalesque Defunto: Death and the Dead in Modern Brazilian Literature
	Robert Moser	000
Watching Over the Wounded Eyes of Georges Bataille and Andres Serrano
	Kylie Rachel Message		000
Optative Death: Richter and Gonzalez-Torres in the Wake of the Vanguard
	Andrew McNamara	000
You Can't Keep a Dead Woman Down: The Female Corpse and Textual Disruption in Contemporary Cinema
	Deborah Jermyn	000
Database/Body: Digital Anatomy and the Precession of Medical Simulation
	Eugene Thacker	000
The Body in the Next Room: "Death" as Differend
	Michael Mendelson	000
Dead or Alive
	Jen Webb and Lorraine Webb		000
Contributors	000
Index	000 




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Dead in art, Dead in literature, Arts, European