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Emily Long – Bringing the Health Humanities Home

September 11, 2017

Bringing the Health Humanities Home   Emily Long Biology and English Major, Minors in Medicine, Literature, and Culture and Chemistry   This past summer, I had the opportunity to complete a 2017 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF), which allowed me to … Continued

CFP: Frankenstein @ 200, International Health Humanities Consortium

June 21, 2017

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

Collaborative HHIVE Article Now Available

June 2, 2017

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

Congratulations, 2017 HHIVE Graduates!

May 20, 2017

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

New HHIVE Hours for Spring 2017

January 5, 2017

Next semester the HHIVE Lab will be open during the following times for visitors, volunteers, and anyone interested in the many intersecting topics surrounding health humanities to stop by! We are located on the 5th floor of Greenlaw in Gaskin … Continued

Health Humanities Journal Announces Inaugural Issue

November 1, 2016

The Health Humanities Journal of UNC Chapel Hill will host an Open Mic Night on November 18th at 5:30pm in Graham Memorial, Room 039 to celebrate the launch of its inaugural issue, featuring academic and creative work by UNC undergraduate, graduate, and … Continued

Understanding Health Inequalities and Justice: New Book by LMC Affiliated Faculty

November 1, 2016

Literature, Medicine, and Culture Affiliated Faculty, Dr. Mara Buchbinder, Associate Professor of Social Medicine and Anthropology, Dr. Michele Rivkin-Fish, Associate Professor of Anthropology, and Dr. Rebecca L. Walker, Associate Professor Social Medicine and Philosophy, have edited a new volume entitled Understanding Health Inequalities … Continued