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2015, Graphic medicine, ISBN 0271066490, 195
"Combining scholarly essays with visual narratives and a conclusion in comics form, establishes graphic medicine as a new area of scholarship. Demonstrates... 
Medicine | Comic books, strips, etc | Medical care | Caricatures and cartoons | themes and figures | medicine
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2017, ISBN 0822368722, x, 268 pages
.... In Epigenetic Landscapes Susan Merrill Squier follows the model's cultural trail, from its first visualization by the artist John Piper to its use beyond science... 
Epigenetics | Epigenomics | Social aspects | Art and science | Philosophy | Science in the Arts | Life Sciences | Feminism & Feminist Theory | SOCIAL SCIENCE | SCIENCE | Genetics & Genomics | Epigenetics-Philosophy | Epigenetics-Social aspects
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2004, ISBN 082233366X, xvi, 350
... means to be human, of when life begins and ends. In the first study to consider the cultural impact of the medical transformation of the entire human life span, Susan Merrill Squier argues that fiction-particularly science fiction-serves as a space... 
Ethics, Medical | Reproductive Techniques | Medical technology | Feminism | Medicine in Literature | Human reproductive technology | Science fiction | Bioethics | Social medicine | ethics | Medical ethics | Biological Sciences | Health Policy | Ethics | Biotechnology | SCIENCE | MEDICAL | Twentieth Century | Science Fiction and Fantasy | Technology | English Literature | Medical Ethics | Human Reproduction | Fiction
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Life writing, ISSN 1448-4528, 01/2016, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 63 - 85
This text is fashioned from an email exchange between the authors during the spring, summer, and fall of 2015... 
queer | graphic memoir | Comics | disability | Disability | Queer | Graphic memoir | Arts & Humanities | Literature | graphic fiction | fiction | 2000-2099 | sickness | American literature
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Modernism/modernity (Baltimore, Md.), ISSN 1071-6068, 1996, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 145 - 153
.... Modernist authors such as Virginia Woolf adapted prevailing embryological techniques to questions of character construction in their literary texts... 
Embryology | Literature and science | Characters and characteristics in literature | Wells, H. G | Woolf, Virginia | Huxley, Aldous | English Literature | Twentieth Century | Authors | 1900-1999 | modernism | embryology | characterization | English literature | American literature
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Configurations (Baltimore, Md.), ISSN 1063-1801, 2006, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp. 69 - 86
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Literature and medicine, ISSN 0278-9671, 2004, Volume 23, Issue 1, pp. 23 - 45
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Configurations (Baltimore, Md.), ISSN 1063-1801, 2003, Volume 11, Issue 1, p. 27
.... Vol. 11, Iss. 1;  pg. 27, 20 pgs Author(s):Catherine Waldby,  Susan SquierArticle types:CommentaryPublication title:Configurations. Baltimore: Winter 2003. Vol... 
stem cells | United States | rhetoric and composition | embryology | personhood | discourse studies | ontology | public policy
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Literature and medicine, ISSN 0278-9671, 09/1998, Volume 17, Issue 2, pp. 231 - 254
Ann Starr's contribution to the cultural studies of medicine is detailed, focusing on correspondence between Starr and Squier concerning their collaboration on... 
Arts & Humanities | Literature | themes and figures | medicine | discussion | reproductive system | female body | Female | Medicine in Literature | Humans | Literature, Modern | Sexuality | Medicine | Womens studies | Art | Feminism | Starr, Ann | Human body | Collaboration | Correspondence | Conversation | Visual artists | Index Medicus
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01/1986, Volume 11, Issue 2
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Literature and medicine, ISSN 0278-9671, 2003, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp. 116 - 119
...;  pg. 116, 4 pgsAuthor(s):Susan SquierPublication title:Literature and Medicine. Baltimore: Spring 2003. Vol. 22, Iss.  1;  pg. 116, 4 pgsSource... 
Davis, Lennard J | Arts & Humanities | Literature | Disability | Nonfiction | Disorders
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Literature and medicine, ISSN 0278-9671, 2000, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp. 292 - 296
[...] there was the emergence of several institutional locations dedicated to research in literature and medicine: the American Society for Bioethics and... 
Hawkins, Anne Hunsaker | Arts & Humanities | Literature | Medicine | Studies | Core curriculum | Hospitals | Illnesses | Medical practices | Womens health | Collaboration | Science | Annual meetings | Public health | Essays
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