Bones in the basement : postmortem racism in nineteenth-century medical training / edited by Robert L. Blakely and Judith M. Harrington.
By: Blakely, Robert L
Contributor(s): Harrington, Judith MLanguage: English Publisher: Washington, London : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1997.Description: xix, 380p. : ill., photos., tables ; 23cm.ISBN: 1560987302
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Includes bibl. references. - Partial contents: Race and the politics of medicine in 19th century Georgia / Harold Jackson; Diet in 19th century Georgia / P.C. Dillingham; Death and disease / J.M. Harrington; A rip into the flesh, a tear into the soul: an ethnography of dissection in Georgia / M. McCarthy Campozzoli; Corpses as commodities: the ethnography of covert medical practices in Georgia, c.1835-1997 / Mieke M.E. Curtis-Richardson.