Co-organisers Nikolaos Papadogiannis and Rachel Love report back on the August 2022 conference on transnational and comparative histories of HIV/AIDS. The ‘Reactions to HIV/AIDS since the 1980s: Transnational and comparative history perspectives’ conference, which
Hillary A. Ash explains the importance of the study of rhetoric in the medical humanities as part of our ‘MedHums 101’ series.
Antje Richter explores the illness narratives in the informal correspondences of Wang Xizhi, the most celebrated of Chinese calligraphers. This essay is adapted from her journal article "The Trouble with Wang Xizhi, Illness and Healing in a Fourth-Century Chinese Correspondence", co-written with Charles Chace and originally published in T'oung Pao.