Animals in Copenhagen's Anatomy house
journal contributionposted on 29.04.2019 by Ivana Bicak
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In the seventeenth century, Denmark boasted one of the best anatomy theatres in Europe. At the forefront of anatomic research, Copenhagen's anatomists found time to write poems to their experimental animals. Their neglected Latin verse offers a unique perspective on the topics of early modern vivisection, dissection, and taxidermy.
PAN: Philosophy Activism Nature, No. 14, Dec 2018: 86-88