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Pedro Neves Marques
Edited by João Mourão and Luís Silva
Edited by Axel Wieder and Steinar Sekkingstad
Edited by Gary Zhexi Zhang
Edited by Sam Thorne and Martin Clark
by Latifa Echakhch
Foreword by Madeleine Schuppli
Edited by Rosa Aiello, Ellen Yeon Kim, Erika Landström, Luzie Meyer and Mark von Schlegell
Introduction by Pure Fiction
Edited by Caroline A. Jones, Natalie Bell and Selby Nimrod
Frederik Ruysch and His Thesaurus Anatomicus
Edited by Joanna Ebenstein
Translated by Richard Faulk
Training for the Future
Edited by Florian Malzacher and Jonas Staal
Edited by Stefanie Hessler