About Medical Humanities
Medical Humanities is an interdisciplinary, humanistic and cultural study of illness, health, health care, and the body. In contrast to the medical sciences, the medical humanities -- which include bioethics, narrative medicine, history of medicine, culture studies, science and technology studies, medical anthropology, philosophy, dance, music, literature, film, as well as visual and performing arts -- focus more on meaning making than measurement. Students explore the boundaries between sickness and health and . . .
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In the News
In the news includes published articles and media from the current academic year featuring published articles and media that relate to the initiative’s themes of health, healing, and well-being.