Thursday, 24 March 2011
The new issue of Body & Society (17.1, March 2011) is now available, featuring articles by Lesley A. Sharp on bioaesthetics and the invisibility of the female form in visual renderings of heart devices, Annette Schlicter on the performative acts of voice, Stephanie Merchant on underwater videography and the unrepresentable, Pablo Santoro on biopolitics and the umbilical cord, Chikako & Brendan Ozawa de Silva on Tibetan medicine and Buddhism, and Kate O'Riordan's book review of Laura Mamo's Queering Reproduction
TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.
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