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 Humanities Research Congress panel,
Rebecca Rosenberg and Benjamin Dalton report on the “Contemporary Women’s Writing and the Medical Humanities Seminar Series, 2020-21” How does contemporary women’s writing—in all of its diverse forms across fiction, poetry, non-fiction, (auto)biography, philosophy,
Maryam Golafshani writes: I have been waiting years for a book or journal issue dedicated to the intersection of feminist thought/praxis and the medical humanities—and this issue of “Feminist Encounters with the Medical Humanities”
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