Keyword: medical humanities
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.
Health, Loss, and the Biopolitical Distribution of Affect
This panel from the Health Humanities & Social Justice Breath, Body, Voice Conference at Duke University dealt with health, the…
Medical Memoirs and Social Agency in Planetary Perspective
In this panel discussion, WiSER Institute colleagues Achille Mbembe (Author, Philosopher) and Nolwazi Mkhwanazi (Senior Lecturer in Anthropology), are joined…