Playwright and filmmaker Ash Kotak reviews Martin O’Brien’s performance installation ‘The Last Breath Society (Coughing Coffin)’. Deciding to go to ‘The Last Breath Society (Coughing Coffin)’ at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, created
Historian Amie Bolissian reflects on the Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research Congress’s “Ageing” panel back in the spring of 2021. Throughout written history, European cultures have associated the changing seasons with stages of
sarah madoka currie reflects on what Kazu Haga’s new book Healing Resistance has to say about healing, about restorative justice, and about the relationship between activism and academia in medical humanities contexts.
Marta-Laura Cenedese and Avril Tynan, convenors of the SELMA Medical Humanities Seminar Series at the University of Turku, Finland, reflect on the first season of the series, “Narratives of Illness”, and look ahead to a second season on “Indigenous Narratives of Healthcare”.
Frances Williams reviews Disalienation: Politics, Philosophy, and Radical Psychiatry in Post-war France (University of Chicago Press, 2021) by Camille Robcis. The title of Camille Robcis’ book, Disalienation, presents an intriguing paradox: a positive state of
Can the study of human genetics authoritatively address the subject of race? James Hearing reviews Josie Gill’s new book Biofictions, which won the 2020 British Society for Literature and Science book prize.
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