In the final post of the Waiting Times takeover, Kelechi Anucha and Stephanie Davies reflect on discussions emerging from the Time of Care conference. Towards the end of March 2023, around seventy people gathered
How may individuals with sensory acuity and struggling with fear and anxiety be encouraged to participate more in social activities? Dawn-joy Leong reimagines conducive spaces for all, inspired by natural Autistic ways of coping with and responding to hypersensitivity.
Jane McGrail reports back from the April 2022 conference “A Crisis of Caring: The Humanities and Our Health”, where the National Humanities Center of North Carolina facilitated Medical Humanities conversations across an interdisciplinary cohort of experts.
Sonakshi Srivastava explores the narrativisation of a caregiver’s well-being in Tishani Doshi’s Girl in White Cotton (2020) Longlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize, Tishani Doshi’s Girl in White Cotton or Burnt Sugar (as published
Anna McFarlane reports from the hybrid Futures of Care Symposium that took place in mid-April at the Thackray Museum of Medicine, Leeds, discussing care tech, robots, and their relationship to our health, and our
Joe Wood reviews ON CARE, edited by Rebecca Jagoe and Sharon Kivland (Ma Bibliothèque, 2020) ‘Send fruit’ is apparently what Chileans say over the phone on international calls. Like asking about the weather, this
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