Exploring the significance of looking closely, PhD researcher Caitlin Doley asks: how can studying visual representations of old age help the medical humanities? We often hears the lamentation that old age renders people invisible.
Historian Amie Bolissian reflects on the Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research Congress’s “Ageing” panel back in the spring of 2021. Throughout written history, European cultures have associated the changing seasons with stages of
Reflecting upon her panel at the “Old Age Care in Times of Crisis” Conference earlier this year, Sayendri Panchadhyayi shares her ongoing research on old age care, caregiving and Covid-19 in India. At the
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