Conversations about Arts, Humanities and Health

Dieter Declercq reflects on the "semi-formal" spaces of academic podcasts and live webinars which present new possibilities for connection between those working in the medical humanities.   We recently concluded the second

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Addiction and the Scope of Ableism

John T. Maier explores the idea of addiction as a disability and proposes a moral and metaphysical argument for its reclassification in UK law. Even when we aim to be

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New Year, New Editors!

Editor-in-chief Fred Spence welcomes our new editors and says farewell to our outgoing team

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Fallen Empire: Degeneration in Émile Zola’s La Débâcle

Kit Yee Wong explores the themes of sickness and degeneration as metaphors for moral and political corruption in Émile Zola's La Débâcle (1892). This blog post is based on the

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