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Published July, 2019
By Francisco Ortega and Fernando Vidal
Publisher: Fordham University Press
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Sketches the history of the belief that human beings are essentially their brains, and documents and critically discusses its contemporary forms across a range of contexts, including mental health, the human sciences, and literature and film.

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Published November, 2018
By Mirko Grmek, Pierre-Olivier Methot and Hans-Joerg Rheinberger
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A collection of essays by Mirko D. Grmek, providing a portrait of his career as a historian of science and an engaged intellectual figure. Uniting some important strands of his published work, it covers deep epistemological changes in disease concepts and major advances in the life sciences and their historiography.

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Published November, 2018
By Mirko Grmek, Pierre-Olivier Methot and Hans-Joerg Rheinberger
Publisher: Fordham University Press
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A collection of essays by Mirko D. Grmek, providing a portrait of his career as a historian of science and an engaged intellectual figure. Uniting some important strands of his published work, it covers deep epistemological changes in disease concepts and major advances in the life sciences and their historiography.

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This book examines the aftermath of 9/11 in New York City and the various ways that this event profoundly reshaped multiple spheres of City life.

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This book examines the aftermath of 9/11 in New York City and the various ways that this event profoundly reshaped multiple spheres of City life.

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Published May, 2018
By Jacob Lau, Cameron Partridge, Susan Stryker and Michael Jivaka
Publisher: Fordham University Press
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Out of the Ordinary is the memoir of Dr. Michael Dillon / Lobzang Jivaka (1915-1962) who transitioned from female to male between 1939 and 1949, became a ship's surgeon in the (British) Merchant Navy, and was a monastic novice in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition when he died unexpectedly in 1962.

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Published July, 2017
By Francisco Ortega and Fernando Vidal
Publisher: Fordham University Press
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Sketches the history of the belief that human beings are essentially their brains, and documents and critically discusses its contemporary forms across a range of contexts, including mental health, the human sciences, and literature and film.

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£84.00
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Out of the Ordinary is the memoir of Dr. Michael Dillon / Lobzang Jivaka (1915-1962) who transitioned from female to male between 1939 and 1949, became a ship's surgeon in the (British) Merchant Navy, and was a monastic novice in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition when he died unexpectedly in 1962.

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This collection of essays explores the historical and theoretical dimensions of the contemporary neural subject. With a multidisciplinary perspective, the volume focuses attention on the important, but problematic notion of plasticity as a way of rethinking the relationship between human experience and both pathological and normal states of the nervous system.

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