New issue of 19, “Replicating Bodies”

Issue 24 of 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century is now available. The issue, edited by Will Abberley, is titled “Replicating Bodies in Nineteenth-Century Science and Culture.” It contains:

  • Will Abberley, “Introduction: Replicating Bodies in Nineteenth-Century Science and Culture”
  • Corinna Wagner, “Replicating Venus: Art, Anatomy, Wax Models, and Automata”
  • Kristin D. Hussey, “Seen and Unseen: The Representation of Visible and Hidden Disease in the Waxworks of Joseph Towne and the Gordon Museum”
  • Verity Darke, “Reading the Body-Object: Nineteenth-Century Taxidermy Manuals and Our Mutual Friend
  • Treena Warren, “Holy Horror: Medicine, Martyrs, and the Photographic Image 1860-1910”
  • Christopher Pittard, “V for Ventriloquism: Powers of Vocal Mimicry in Henry Cockton’s The Life and Adventures of Valentine Vox, the Ventriloquist”
  • Jane Goodall, “Between Science and Supernaturalism: Mimesis and the Uncanny in Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Culture”

 

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