Emma Nance probes the entanglement of genetics, biology and bioethics using an accumulative genetico-literary methodology The Puzzle There’s a lot that I have discovered about my family’s genetic code over the past 25 years.
Historian Ute Oswald explores the role of religion in nineteenth-century asylums and questions the therapeutic benefits of engaging in similar practices today. Can religion make us feel better? Are religious people less likely to
Celebrating creative research and the unexpected links that exist between interdisciplinary projects, Hannah Palmer reflects upon the recent ‘Archives, Objects, Methods’ conference. In April 2023, Loughborough University’s Health Humanities research group organised the ‘Health
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
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