Q&A with Christine Montross
Dr. Christine Montross talked about her book, Body of Work: Meditations on Mortality from the Human Anatomy Lab, published by Penguin Press. In her book she writes about her experiences as a Brown University Medical School student and her work on cadavers. While writing Body of Work, she traveled to anatomical theaters, sought out holy relics, and dissected three arms, a leg, and an entire human body. close
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