Sarah Hall explores the communication of policy and practice of face transplantation using infocomics for public audiences. What would happen if you lost your face? This is the opening question to our infocomic version
Fay Bound Alberti writes about hosting the AboutFace Policy Lab, to address policy and practice in face transplantation. In 2019, I became one of the first UKRI Future Leaders with my project AboutFace, an
Brian Keeley explores the discrepancies between the realities of heart transplantation and its representation in popular culture, calling for a more realistic and sensitive approach based on lived experience. The article was presented at
Elizabeth Hornsey reviews Transplantation Gothic: Tissue transfer in literature, film and medicine (Manchester University Press, 2020) by Sara Wasson. Medicine and the study of literature are, I argue, engaged in a very similar set of ventures: that is,
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