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Jordynn Jack Featured in National Humanities Center Podcast

September 27, 2021

HHIVE Founding Director Jordynn Jack has been featured in the Discovery and Inspiration podcast series from the National Humanities Center. Her episode, “Training the Brain: Rhetoric, Neuropolicy, and Education,” explores how contemporary public rhetorical strategies have advanced the idea that we … Read more

2022 Health Humanities Consortium Virtual Conference Calls for Papers

September 18, 2021

2022 Health Humanities Consortium Virtual Conference Spaces of/for Health Humanities March 25-27, 2022 CFP: Co-hosted by the Center for Health Humanities, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; the Center for Literature and Medicine, Hiram College; and the Health, Medicine, … Read more

Elizabeth Shand Broadcasts Her “History of the Book” Series

August 28, 2021

In the summer of 2019, Liz Shand submitted a proposal to the UNC Partnerships in Aging Program, which was collaborating with Galloway Ridge—a senior living community in Pittsboro, N.C.—to offer educational opportunities for its residents. Liz’s proposal: “The History of … Read more

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 … Read more

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 … Read more

Noah Ashenafi on Abolition Medicine HHGR

May 20, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to reevaluate the lens through which we view healthcare and the future of medical practice. The pandemic has put medicine into crisis, but at the same time, the past year has provided humanity the … Read more