Devyn Davis, Burning Fever

April 19, 2017

Burning Fever The Fever Within: The Art of Ronald Lockett at UNC’s Ackland Art Museum is an exposé that commands attention. Not only is the work astounding, but its social nuances may require you to linger and dig a bit … Continued

Patrick Pasquariello, Robert Lockett and HIV

April 10, 2017

Shakespeare writes in Hamlet that one purpose of art is “to hold as ‘twere the mirror up to nature.”1 One fundamental part of nature is our own human nature. Indeed, many artists endeavor to create works that lead us to … Continued

Tori Placentra, “Profile Piece on Dr. Telhan”

March 1, 2017

By: Tori Placentra University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | Class of 2017 Chemistry & English B.A. tplace@live.unc.edu For Dr. Raj Telhan, the epitome of the meaning of Health Humanities can be found in the anatomical sketches of Andreas … Continued

Izzy Pinheiro, “Save and Savor”

February 27, 2017

“Save and Savor” is a student documentary film about the music, art, medicine, and health. The film was written, directed, filmed, edited, and produced by Izzy Pinheiro in Professor Todd Taylor’s ENGL 318 in the fall of 2015 at UNC … Continued

New IAH Podcast with Jordynn Jack and Jane Thrailkill

June 3, 2016

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities (IAH) recently sat down with Professors Jordynn Jack and Jane Thrailkill to discuss their various health humanities initiatives around campus, how they came to collaborate on the HHIVE Lab, and how they conceive … Continued