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Baylee Materia on ENGL 71H: Healers and Patients

November 3, 2022

Discovering My Passion for the Health Humanities    By Baylee Materia When reflecting on my freshman year at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, ENGL 71H was easily my academic highlight. Entitled “Healers and Patients,” Dr. Kym Weed’s first year … Continued

Spring 2017 Health Humanities Courses

November 2, 2016

ENGL 611 Narrative, Literature, & Medicine: Advanced Interdisciplinary Seminar TR 3:30:4:45pm Jane Danielewicz Sociologist Arthur Frank asserts that “whether ill people want to tell stories or not, illness calls for stories.” This seminar explores narrative approaches to suffering, healing, and … Continued

“The Evolution of Body Donation” by Kaitlin Cruz

February 11, 2016

“The Evolution of Body Donation” by Kaitlin Cruz Yesterday, February 10, Dr. Susan E. Lederer delivered a lecture on “Human Bodies and the State in 20th century America” as part of her position as the 2016 Nannerl Keohane Distinguished Professor … Continued