We invite you to submit an abstract for presentation at the 2017 Mayo Clinic Humanities in Medicine Symposium.
The call for proposals for the International Health Humanities Consortium 2018 Frankenstein@200 Stanford Conference, to be held April 20-22, 2018 at the Stanford School of Medicine, is now open. While the call provides ideas for Frankenstein-related topics, proposals can include any topic … Continued
2017 HiM Symposium Calls for Abstracts. For details click here.
HHIVE members Sarah Anne Singer, Kym Weed, Jennifer Edwell, Jordynn Jack, and Jane Thrailkill recently published a co-authored article in the Journal of Medical Humanities about the importance of undergraduate research exposure in health humanities. The article, which you can now access online, will … Continued
Last weekend, HHIVE celebrated the graduation of the first cohort of M.A. students: Chandler Batchelor and Brandon Rogers. Under the direction of Jocelyn Chua (Anthropology), Chandler completed a capstone project entitled “Keys, Badge, and Grace of God: Crafting Professional Identity … Continued
You can read about her teaching here and here. She “sees the classroom as a space to help students develop the analytical tools — along with the empathy and tact — for living in a complex, diverse, and risky world.”
You can now watch the full video of Jane Thrailkill’s Humanities in Medicine lecture entitled “The Art of Falling: What Narratives Written by Older Adults Reveal about Human Balancing Acts” that she delivered at the Duke Trent Center on March … Continued