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|Other titles||Renaissance studies.|
|Statement||edited by Sandra Cavallo and David Gentilcore|
|Series||Renaissance studies special issues|
|Contributions||Society for Renaissance Studies (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||R517 .S73 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||2007044508|
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About this book This collection, by an international team of scholars, presents exciting research currently being undertaken on early modern Italy which questions the conventional boundaries of medical history. Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine: Medicine & Health Science Books @ mat: Paperback.
Get this from a library. Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine. [Sandra Cavallo; David Gentilcore] -- This collection, by an international team of scholars, presents exciting research currently being undertaken on early modern Italy which questions the conventional boundaries of.
Miscarriages of apothecary justice: un-separate spaces of work and Spaces in early modern Rome / Elizabeth S. Cohen --Pharmacies as centres of communication in early modern Venice / Filippo de Vivo --Women, wax and anatomy in the century of things / Lucia Dacome --Medical competence, anatomy and the polity in seventeenth-century Rome / Silvia.
Spaces, objects and identities in early modern Italian medicine Reviewed by James Shaw Sandra Cavallo and David Gentilcore (eds), Spaces, objects and identities in early modern Italian medicine, Oxford, Blackwell in collaboration with the Society for Renaissance Studies,pp.
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Author(s): Cavallo,Sandra; Gentilcore,David; Society for Renaissance Studies (Great Britain) Title(s): Spaces, objects and identities in early modern Italian medicine/ edited by. Description: Renaissance Studies is a multi-disciplinary journal which publishes articles and editions of documents on all aspects of Renaissance history and culture.
The articles range over the history, art, architecture, religion, literature, and languages of Europe during the period. Also published in Sandra Cavallo and David Gentilcore, eds., Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine, Oxford: Blackwell, “Rejoinder to Pygmalion: the origins of women’s history at the London School of Economics” in History of Historiography, 46 (), Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine by Sandra Cavallo (Editor), David Gentilcore (Editor) Approaching the Italian Renaissance Interior: Sources, Methodologies, Debates.
Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN "Giovanni Manzolini". Universita degli studi de Cagliari. Archived from the original on ; Grinstein, Louise S.; Biermann, Carol A.; Rose, Rose K.
().Born:Bologna. “Miscarriages of Apothecary Justice: Un-separate Spaces Spaces Work and Family in Early Modern Rome.” Renaissance Studies (), Also published in book form in Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine, ed.
Cavallo and D. Gentilcore, Oxford: Blackwell, History of Italian Charlatans from the Middle Ages to the Present Italy Sandra Cavallo, David Gentilcore ISBN pages History Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine in Modern pdf Jan 1, ISBN A reconstruction of the complexities of.
The book engages with questions of identity conceived in literary, religious, social, and historical contexts. It addresses a number of important topics in early modern studies today: women’s writing, motherhood, religion, travel writing, and nationalism.
Hardcover. Published: 21 January Pages | numerous black & white and colour images. x inches. ISBN: Rhetorics of Bodily Disease and Health in Medieval and Early Modern England by Jennifer Vaught Publication Date: Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine by Sandra Cavallo (Editor); David Gentilcore (Editor)Author: JoAnn Palmeri.
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Two foreign councils controlled much of Italian affaires. The Council of Italy in Madrid controlled the Spanish. Author David Gentilcore, a historian specializing in the society and culture of Italy, has also penned Medical Charlatanism in Early Modern Italy and co-authored both Bread of Dreams: Food and Fantasy in Early Modern Europe and Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine.
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; no. 4 september pp. Book Review of Paula Findlen ed., Early Modern Things. Objects and their histories,in European History Quarterly Cavallo, S.,(In preparation) European History Quarterly. Research output: Other contribution. Where others have tried to make clear, even oppositional, distinctions between early modern barbers and surgeons, she finds that in Turin the boundary between the two groups, who were responsible for most of the paid medical care of the city, was highly permeable: a man identified or self-identified in one document as a barber might appear in Author: Katharine Park.
‘Medical competence, anatomy and the polity in seventeenth-century Rome’, Renaissance studies, special issue on ‘Spaces, Objects and Identities in Early Modern Italian Medicine’, edited by David Gentilcore and Sandra Cavallo, 21 (), pp.
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