MU Life Sciences and Society Program
The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp, Rembrandt; Mauritshuis, The Hague
Life Sciences and Society Program
105h Bond Life Sciences Center
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211

Email: lssp@missouri.edu
Phone: (573) 884-6883
The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp, Rembrandt; Mauritshuis, The Hague
Life Sciences and Society Program
105h Bond Life Sciences Center
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211

Email: lssp@missouri.edu
Phone: (573) 884-6883

Research


Faculty from many MU departments and programs are engaged in crucial research on the ethics, history, policy, economics, law, sociology, and media coverage concerning the life sciences, as well as on the social manifestations of the human status as an organism. The Life Sciences & Society Program seeks to enhance the value and scope of such research on campus by making connections across disciplines.

While many of the publications in LSSP fields are interdisciplinary, our list of recent publications below is organized by the home department of the authors.


Life Sciences and Society Program


Engelstein, Stefani. Anxious Anatomy: The Conception of the Human Form in Literary and Naturalist Discourse. Series: Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century. SUNY Press. 2008.
Engelstein, Stefani. The Father in Fatherland: Violent Ideology and Corporeal Paternity in Kleist." Forthcoming in Contemplating Violence: Critical Studies in Modern German Culture. Ed. Carl Niekerk and Stefani Engelstein. Rodopi Press. Forthcoming 2010.
Engelstein, Stefani. The Open Wound of Beauty: Kafka Reading Kleist." The Germanic Review. 81.4. (Fall 2006): 340-359.
Engelstein, Stefani. Sibling Incest and Cultural Voyeurism in Günderode's Udohla and Thomas Mann's Wälsungenblut." The German Quarterly. 77.3 (July 2004): 278-299.
Engelstein, Stefani. Reproductive Machines in E.T.A. Hoffmann." Body Dialectics in the Age of Goethe. Ed. Holger Pausch and Marianne Henn. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Gemanistik. Vol. 55. Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, 2003. 169-193.
Engelstein, Stefani. The Regenerative Geography of the Text in William Blake." Modern Language Studies. 30.2 (Fall 2000): 61-86.
Engelstein, Stefani. Out on a Limb: Military Medicine, Heinrich von Kleist and the Disarticulated Body." German Studies Review. 23.2 (May 2000): 225-244. Winner of the 2001 DAAD & German Studies Association Article Prize.