Lena Maria Lorenz reviews A Multidisciplinary Approach to Embodiment. Understanding Human Being (Routledge, 2021), edited by Nancy K. Dess. In this 20-essay volume, concepts of embodiment serve to answer the question of what (human)
Wendy Lowe takes a look at a new edited collection on shame, and explores its relevance to the medical humanities. In some ways, because Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Shame deals with a cultural tendency to
In this post, Jane Draycott reviews Medieval Bodies: Life, Death and Art in the Middle Ages (Profile and the Wellcome Collection, 2018), authored by Jack Hartnell. In Medieval Bodies: Life, Death and Art
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