Dismemberments

Dismemberments: Perspectives in Forensic Anthropology and Legal Medicine is the only volume in the field to address the complexities of interpreting dismemberment trauma, the different tools used, and the sociocultural motives behind dismemberments. The book's goal is to provide the reader with a comprehensive assessment that covers all aspects of dismemberment, from means and motive, to toolmark and instrument identification, to disarticulation and re-association of body parts. Each chapter is written by internationally known, expert contributors from around the world. Users will find this to be is a great resource for those involved in the analysis of recovered human remains. Presents a comprehensive volume on trauma examination and reconstruction in complex dismemberment cases Includes contributions by world renowned specialists in forensic anthropology and legal medicine Provides case studies throughout the volume to aid with understanding

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  • Author : Ann H. Ross
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 212 pages
  • ISBN : 0128119497
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Dismemberments

Dismemberments
  • Author : Ann H. Ross,Eugenia Cunha
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 19 November 2018
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Dismemberments: Perspectives in Forensic Anthropology and Legal Medicine is the only volume in the field to address the complexities of interpreting dismemberment trauma, the different tools used, and the sociocultural motives behind dismemberments. The book's goal is to provide the reader with a comprehensive assessment that covers all aspects of dismemberment, from means and motive, to toolmark and instrument identification, to disarticulation and re-association of body parts. Each chapter is written by internationally known, expert contributors from around the world.

Dismemberment in the Medieval and Early Modern English Imaginary

Dismemberment in the Medieval and Early Modern English Imaginary
  • Author : Frederika Elizabeth Bain
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Release : 23 November 2020
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The medieval and early modern English imaginary encompasses a broad range of negative and positive dismemberments, from the castration anxieties of Turk plays to the elite practices of distributive burial. This study argues that representations and instances of bodily fragmentation illustrated and performed acts of exclusion and inclusion, detaching not only limbs from bodies but individuals from identity groups. Within this context it examines questions of legitimate and illegitimate violence, showing that such distinctions largely rested upon particular acts’ assumed

Criminal Dismemberment

Criminal Dismemberment
  • Author : Sue Black,Guy Rutty,Sarah V. Hainsworth,Grant Thomson
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 18 May 2017
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Criminal Dismemberment is the first book to examine dismemberment as a phenomenon in the context of criminal acts. While the number of such dismemberment cases in any given country is often small, the notion of dismemberment captures the imagination, often leading many to question the motivations as to why anyone would perpetrate such an unnatural act. The act of dismemberment, in its original form, referred to cutting, tearing, pulling, wrenching or otherwise separating the limbs from a living being as

Stages of Dismemberment

Stages of Dismemberment
  • Author : Margaret E. Owens
  • Publisher : University of Delaware Press
  • Release : 08 December 2021
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"This study has essentially two focuses, two stories to tell. One story traces the secularization, theatricalization, and uncanny returns of suppressed religious culture in early modern drama. The other story concerns the tendency of the theater to expose contingencies and gaps in politico-judicial practices of spectacular violence." "The investigation covers a broad range of plays dating from the fifteenth century to the closing of the theatres in 1642; however, three chapters are devoted to extensive analysis of single plays: R.B.

Dismemberment in the Medieval and Early Modern English Imaginary

Dismemberment in the Medieval and Early Modern English Imaginary
  • Author : Frederika Elizabeth Bain
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Release : 23 November 2020
GET THIS BOOKDismemberment in the Medieval and Early Modern English Imaginary

The medieval and early modern English imaginary encompasses a broad range of negative and positive dismemberments, from the castration anxieties of Turk plays to the elite practices of distributive burial. This study argues that representations and instances of bodily fragmentation illustrated and performed acts of exclusion and inclusion, detaching not only limbs from bodies but individuals from identity groups. Within this context it examines questions of legitimate and illegitimate violence, showing that such distinctions largely rested upon particular acts’ assumed

Dismemberment in Drama / Dismemberment of Drama

Dismemberment in Drama / Dismemberment of Drama
  • Author : Lance Norman
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 03 February 2021
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Dismemberment in Drama / Dismemberment of Drama is an essay collection which considers the dramatic possibility contained in the images and narratives of dismemberment frequently recurring on the western stage. The Classical Tragedies of Sophocles and Euripides, the Romanticism of Kleist, the surrealism of Artaud, and the contemporary drama of Suzan-Lori Parks and Marina Carr are just some of the fractured and fragmented bodies analyzed in this collection. Both individually and in concert the contributors ask what a dismembered body means.

When Angels Wept

When Angels Wept
  • Author : Jan S. Prybyla
  • Publisher : Wheatmark, Inc.
  • Release : 08 December 2021
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Jan and Marta Przybyła were two ordinary people who perished in the hell of Auschwitz. They died because they were Polish and loyal to their country-a capital crime in the eyes of their killers. Maria Przybyła put her own life in peril in an attempt to save her parents from unspeakable agony at the hands of Nazi barbarians, and to prevent her brother from suffering the same fate. Written by Jan Przybyla's nephew, "When Angels Wept" is a