Welcome to UCI’s Center for Medical Humanities (CMH). We offer a thoroughly interdisciplinary and interprofessional approach to understanding how people make meaning out of experiences of embodiment and all that it entails, especially those of vulnerability wrought by illness or disability. We also seek to critically engage the role that social and cultural expectations play in the creation of stigmas placed on people considered sick or disabled. Through scholarship, creative endeavors, critical reflection, and public engagement, CMH explores the profound effects that illness, disease, and disability bring to the social worlds in which people live. CMH marshals the intellectual and . . .
- February 11, 2021
Sick at Heart: Writing with the Love We Inherit
- February 17, 2021
Works-in-Progress Series: STROKE BOOK: The Queer Story of a Blindspot, by Jonathan Alexander
- March 4, 2021
Crazy / Sick / Queer: Navigating Interpersonal Relationships
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