Emily Dickinson was among the first generation of students to study anatomy and physiology in school. Barbara Baumgartner, senior lecturer of women, gender, and sexuality studies at Washington University, discusses the development of this intellectual discipline, the information contained in the anatomy text that Dickinson actually studied, and the ways in which the images and concepts contained therein may have informed her poems.
Wednesday, August 22 2012 at 7:00 pm (past)|
|Exhibit(s):||Underneath It All|
|Brochure:||anatomy lessons l.pdf|