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The Educated Eye
Visual Culture and Pedagogy in the Life Sciences
Nancy Anderson, ed.; Michael R. Dietrich, ed.

Dartmouth College Press



Contents

Preface
• Introduction: Visual Lessons and the Life Sciences – Nancy Anderson and Michael R. Dietrich
• Trained Judgment, Intervention, and the Biological Gaze: How Charles Sedgwick Minot Saw Senescence – Mara Mills
• Facing Animals in the Laboratory: Lessons of Nineteenth-Century Medical School Microscopy Manuals – Nancy Anderson
• Photography and Medical Observation – Scott Curtis
• Cinematography without Film: Architectures and Technologies of Visual Instruction in Biology around 1900 – Henning Schmidgen
• Cinema as Universal Language of Health Education: Translating Science in
Unhooking the Hookworm (1920) – Kirsten Ostherr
• Screening Science: Pedagogy and Practice in William Dieterle’s Film Biographies of Scientists – T. Hugh Crawford
• Optical Constancy, Discontinuity, and Nondiscontinuity in the Eameses’
Rough Sketch – Michael J. Golec
• Educating the High-Speed Eye: Harold E. Edgerton’s Early Visual Conventions – Richard L. Kremer
• On Fate and Specification: Images and Models of Developmental Biology – Sabine Brauckmann
• Form and Function: A Semiotic Analysis of Figures in Biology Textbooks – Laura Perini
• Neuroimages, Pedagogy, and Society – Adina L. Roskies
• The Anatomy of a Surgical Simulation: The Mutual Articulation of Bodies in and through the Machine – Rachel Prentice
• Contributors
• Index

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