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Cynthia Klestinec, Theatres of Anatomy: Students, Teachers, and Traditions of Dissection in Renaissance Venice, in: Social History of Medicine 25 (2012), S. 540-541.

Sex, Ethics and Psychology: The Networks and Cultural Context of Albert Moll (1862-1939), 04.11.2009-06.11.2009, Durham (UK), in: H-Soz-u-Kult, 14.01.2010.

BSHS Research Grant Report, Viewpoint, Heft 85 (2008), S. 4.

Historikertag. Geschichtsbilder, in: Rundbrief Fotografie 13 (2006), S. 41-44.

Paul Marquard Schlegel (1605-1653), Arzt, in: Hamburgische Biografie. Personenlexikon, hrsg. v. Franklin Kopitzsch and Dirk Brietzke, vol. 3, Göttingen 2006, S. 339-340.

Jurgen Helm; Karin Stukenbrock (Editors): Anatomie: Sektionen einer medizinischen Wissenschaft im 18. Jahrhundert, in: Isis 96 (2005), S. 653.

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