Craig Klugman

Professor of Health Sciences
DePaul University

Craig Klugman (@CraigKlugman) is Professor of Health Sciences at DePaul University. He is a bioethicist and medical anthropologist who works on end-of-life issues, public health ethics, digital medicine, ethics pedagogy, and public engagement with bioethics. Klugman is the blog editor for where he writes on bioethics and health policy. He is the editor of the 2016 textbook MacMillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks in Philosophy: Medical Ethics (Gale Cengage Press), the 2008/2013 book Ethical Issues in Rural Health (Johns Hopkins University Press), and the forthcoming book Research Methods in the Health Humanities (Oxford University Press). He is also the producer of the award-winning film Advance Directives and the website He earned his PhD in medical humanities from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.


  • The Health Humanities and the Future of Publishing

    This paper discusses the evolution of the field of Health Humanities and examines the effects that changes in publishing may hold for its continued development, including open access, pre-print servers, textbooks, ebooks, blogs, and other innovations that might presage a non-print—and even post-text—future.