I had the opportunity to interview Maebelle Matthew, a senior at UNC, who recently completed the Dance and Diabetes project and is now in the process of analyzing the results from the study. Matthew participated in the Writing Diabetes study … Continued
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Jack on the birth of her son, Franklin Xavier, this past Thursday, March 24th!
51st Annual Comparative Literature Conference: Mind, Body, Behavior: Health, Illness, and Representation April 27-28, 2016 California State University, Long Beach Health has been a concern of representation from the earliest known images and narratives, and remains a topical subject. Representations … Continued
Are you interested in writing about the medical humanities? Maybe you’re a horror movie fan with an interest in exploring the intersection between medical humanities and pop culture? Perhaps you’re interested in thinking about the process of writing or teaching … Continued
The Modern Language Association’s Transdisciplinary Conversations Medical Humanities and Health Studies Forum announces this call for proposals for its guaranteed session at MLA 2017 in Philadelphia: Environment, Illness, Literature, Health/care Literature of environmental illness, critical perspectives on health, policy, practice. … Continued
Medicine and the Arts: Humanising Healthcare This free online course will explore the intersection of medicine, medical anthropology and the creative arts. Through each of its six weeks, we’ll visit a new aspect of human life and consider it from … Continued
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia 16-18 February, 2017 Organizers: Associate Professor A. Fliethmann, Associate Professor R. Kokanovic, Dr. C. Weller Andreas Vesalius, the eminent anatomist of the Renaissance period, whose works On the Fabric of the Human Body (1543) are often … Continued