In our new ‘MedHums 101’ series exploring the key concepts, debates and historical points of the medical humanities, Kate Errington gives a general history of the subject: it’s been around longer than you might
Ylva Söderfeldt reflects on the history of patient organisations and raises questions about how to redefine the histories of patient activism During the COVID-19 pandemic, the contradictory position of medicine in contemporary society has
Gita Ralleigh reviews , Breast Cancer Inside Out: Bodies, Biographies & Beliefs, edited by Kimberly R. Myers (Peter Lang, 2021) In Breast Cancer Inside Out, Kimberly Myers, a medical humanities scholar who
Gill Partington revisits the collective process of indexing evidence at a recent workshop series. Following the Evidence is a seminar series which has been running during the month of July 2021. The events explored
Reiko Kanazawa reflects on a workshop series about Scotland and AIDS crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organising a workshop during a pandemic is daunting. So also is talking about AIDS while each country is
Ana Minozzo reviews the first edition of an international online conference that explored socially engaged psychoanalytic practices from across the world. The event was hosted by the Freud Museum in London during the weekend
How do researchers respond to the politics, ethics and emotions raised by archival medical images? Michaela Clark reviews the workshop ‘Emotions and Ethics: the Use and Abuse of Historical Images’, organised by AboutFace, 17 June 2020.
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