(In)visible Identities? Medical Humanities, Women and the Archive

How should researchers approach the medical archive, and how might these spaces hide or highlight narratives on women, health and care? Christine Slobogin reflects on the Northern Network for Medical

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‘Archiving an Epidemic’: Book Review

Louisa Hann reviews Robb Hernández’s Archiving an Epidemic: Art, AIDS, and the Queer Avant-Garde (New York: New York University Press, 2019). The broad and ever-expanding domain of HIV/AIDS arts and

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Photography in Medical Education

Medical students at Barts and the London School of Medicine are offered an option module in Photography and Medicine. Artist Liz Orton, who delivers the course on behalf of Performing Medicine, reflects on its aims, objectives, and outcomes.

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Endometriosis, pain and paintings – where science meets art

Following endometriosis awareness month, scientist and researcher Danielle Perro questions the use of art as a tool within clinical practice when researching endometriosis-associated pain.  Endometriosis; a chronic inflammatory condition characterised by

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