Anatomy in the Renaissance
HISTORICAL PERIOD: Renaissance medicineTHEMATIC(S) AREA(S) Clinical practiceCountry: ItalyLanguage: ItalianUNIT OF THE EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL:
Renaissance medicine - Anatomy Book and Instruments for the Construction of Anatomy
Rosemari Heyn, Aggregate professor and researcher at Sapienza University of Rome. Her main interest is electron microscopy, but her passion is the Medical Humanities, in particular art. The interview is about the representation of anatomy in the renaissance. The video is strictly connected with the unit, since it discusses about some of the artwork represented also during the unit.