Shifting boundaries: Animal-human relationships and modern surgery – An interview with Thomas



Thomas Schlich on the roles of animals in modern surgery

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Audio version on iTunes here:Shifting boundaries: Animal-human relationships and modern surgery (iTunes-AUDIO)


Guest :Thomas Schlich, Ph.D. Chair Holder, Canada Research Chair in History of Medecine Professor, Department of Social Studies of Medecine, McGill University


Journalist :Pascale Lehoux, Ph.D.

REFERENCES

Schlich, Thomas, Mykhalovskiy, Eric, Rock, Melanie. (2009). Animals in Surgery – Surgery in Animals. Nature and Culture in Animal-human Relationship and Modern Surgery. Hist.Phil.Life.Sci, 31: 321-354.

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