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Humani Corporis Fabrica-Lecture/Rare Book Display



Hi Everyone,
        This showed up on another list. I thought you someone here might be
interested.
Regards,
Linda



 The Friends of the Rare Book Room
                of the New York Academy of Medicine

                                and

        The Section of History and Philosophy of Science
                of the New York Academy of Sciences

                        invite you to hear

           Daniel Garrison, Ph.D., Northwestern University, and
        Malcolm Hast, Ph.D., Northwestern University Medical School

              "Recovering Vesalius' Fabrica: Words and Images"

                        Monday, May 10, 1999

                          Reception at 5:00
                           Lecture at 6:00

                   The New York Academy of Medicine
                  1216 Fifth Avenue (at 103rd Street)
                           New York NY 10029

Garrison and Hast are in the process of translating the entirety of the
founding book of modern anatomy and of modern medical illustration, DE
HUMANI CORPORIS FABRICA by Andreas Vesalius.  In their talk they will
discuss what they hope to accomplish with their translation and the
problems they are encountering.  Their lecture will be preceded by a
reception at which copies of the 1543 and 1555 editions of DE FABRICA will
be exhibited.

Admission is free to Friends of the Rare Book Room, and to members of the
New York Academy of Sciences.  General admission is $10.00.

For further information contact the Historical Collections Department of
the New York Academy of Medicine Library: 212-822-7311, 212-822-7314, or
history@nyam.org.


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