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Mili Dave on Danielle Ofri’s Grand Rounds

December 2, 2019

Dr. Danielle Ofri’s Grand Rounds: Medical Error in Modern Medicine It is human to err. This saying is commonplace, echoed in education and work, in our many interactions. The human experience is defined by error, yet we as humans continue … Continued

Capitano on Marion Quirici’s Grand Rounds

November 24, 2019

Near the beginning of her career, Marion Quirici was struck by the “impossibility of survival with dignity for people with disabilities under neoliberalism.” As the co-director of the Health Humanities Lab at Duke University, Quirici studies the lived experience of … Continued

Capitano on Paul Blom’s Grand Rounds

October 12, 2019

So what did you do last summer? For Paul Blom, PhD student in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, this question opens up a discussion on health, representation, art, human connection and so much more. On October 2nd, Blom … Continued

Edwell, Singer, and Jack Awarded Article of the Year by ARSTM

September 25, 2019

Three HHIVE members/alumni have been awarded Article of the Year by the Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine (ARSTM) for 2019! Jennifer Edwell, Sarah Singer, and Jordynn Jack won this award for their article titled “Healing Arts: … Continued

Haverford College – Postdoc to Tenure-Track Position

September 18, 2019

Haverford College seeks an ACLS/PPI Postdoctoral Fellow in Medical Humanities for a two-year period leading to a tenure track position in the Program in Health Studies. The fellowship is supported by an ACLS initiative designed to increase representation of historically underrepresented faculty in the … Continued

Call for Writers: Synapsis

August 11, 2019

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