The Polyphony interviews Julie (“Jules”) Netherland, a leading expert in the critical study of drugs, medicine, science and addiction, and a keynote speaker at the Northern Network for Medical Humanities 4th Annual Congress in April 2021.
Paige Sweet and Danielle Giffort examine the cultural work involved in the production, circulation and validation of Covid-19 knowledge, via an analysis of the abject figure of the ‘bad expert’. Paige: Danielle and
Medical Humanities and Mental Health Policy: Lessons from the AHRC’s ‘Engaging with Government’ Course (Institute for Government, March 5-7) by Åsa Jansson In 1765, twenty-year-old Johann Gottfried von Herder wrote in a letter to
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