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Call for Writers: Synapsis

August 26, 2021

We are pleased to invite new writers to contribute to Synapsis: A Health Humanities Journal. Synapsis is an online publication designed to bring together humanities scholars and students from across institutions and disciplines in a “department without walls.” The site … Continued

Call for Submissions and Staff: Iris Literary Journal

May 25, 2021

The newly resurrected Iris: The Literary and Arts Journal at UNC School of Medicine is seeking submissions for the Summer 2021 issue and for students to join the leadership team. Submissions The Iris call for submissions is open to all UNC School of … Continued

Call for Applicants: Northside Residential Fellowship

March 17, 2021

The Northside Residential Fellowship, or NRF, is a year-long fellowship with a focus on aging, housing, and racial justice. This housing and learning opportunity is open to graduate students who are interested in volunteering, reflecting, and getting to know elders … Continued

New Episodes of the HHJ Podcast

January 21, 2021

The Health Humanities Podcast released six new episodes over winter break! Each new episode features readings of the pieces published in the print issue and interviews with the authors and artists to discuss their creative process and their experiences in … Continued

CFP: UMD Disability Summit

January 21, 2021

Access and Crisis: Disability and the Collapse of Everything The twinned crises of a global pandemic and a re-awakening to systemic racial injustice have reignited previously illuminated disparities for the disability community, compounded by a violently exclusionary presidential administration. These … Continued

CFP: Healthcare in/and Humanities Conference at Wilson College

January 21, 2021

Wilson College is devoting its annual Humanities Conference to the theme of Healthcare in the Humanities this year.  The conference is sponsored by Wilson’s M.A. Humanities program as well as their new undergraduate program in Healthcare and Medical Humanities. This … Continued