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Teatrum Mundi

Teaching Shakespeare Performance to Israeli Medical Students

Rebecca Gillis

class, and how their otherness to each other and to the material being taught generates insights at once surprising and inspiring. In the American Journal of Bioethics , Michael Bevins asks ‘Why Medical Humanities?’ and answers succinctly: ‘literature

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Joseph Bristley and Elizabeth Turk

might be compelled to do so), as well as those exploring the relation between political economy and social practices more widely. While this book will be relevant to those interested in care and/or mental ill health in medical anthropology, medical

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Erminia Colucci, Fawzia Haeri Mazanderani, and Marta Paluch

Culturally Diverse Context: The Use of Digital Storytelling in Cross-Cultural Medical Humanities and Mental Health’ , in V. Lo , C. Berry and G. Liping (eds.), Film and the Chinese Medical Humanities , Routledge . Cox , S. , S. Drew , M

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Take My Breath Away

Transformations in the Practices of Relatedness and Intimacy through Australia's 2019–2020 Convergent Crises

Deane Fergie, Rod Lucas, and Morgan Harrington

-chinas-first-confirmed-covid-19-case-traced-back . Macnaughton , J. , and H. Carel ( 2016 ), ‘ Breathing and Breathlessness in Clinic and Culture: Using Critical Medical Humanities to Bridge an Epistemic Gap ’, in The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical

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Sarah L. Bell and Simon Cook

Care Farming,” Medical Humanities 45, no. 3 (2019): 313–325, here 313, https://doi.org/10.1136/medhum-2018-011627 . 20 Ibid., 314. 21 Sarah Whitmee et al., “Safeguarding Human Health in the Anthropocene Epoch: Report of The Rockefeller Foundation

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Visualising Resilience

Joe Sacco’s Safe Area Goražde

Pramod K. Nayar

previvorship. I adapt the term ‘previvor’ from the medical humanities used to describe individuals who, because of inherited genetic anomalies, are predisposed to cancer but who have not seen manifestations of the disease, or have survived the

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Sarah B. Rodriguez

Consortium of Universities for Global Health Conference and at a Medical Humanities and Bioethics Montgomery Lecture at Northwestern University. I would also like to thank Juliet Sorenson for inviting me to have her students play the game during a session of

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Dan Smith

Autotherapy: Psychic Pain the Graphic Memoir’, Journal of Medical Humanities 32 (2011), 353–366. 18 For an intriguing collection that addresses the idea of her story, see Sarah Lightman, ed., Graphic Details: Jewish Women’s Confessional Comics in Essays

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Pollution, Health, and Disaster

Emerging Contributions in Ethnographic Research

Alexa S. Dietrich

, approaches to interconnectedness that are also notable in the medical humanities (see Shildrick et al. 2018 ). These approaches can lead to fruitful considerations of relationships between humans and nonhuman animals, as well as the agency, or even

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La televisión colombiana y la formación ciudadana en salud de mujeres televidentes

Reproducción de lógicas individualistas y de consumo

Alejandro Agudelo Calle

Panamerican Health . ( 1998 ). Health in the Americas . Scientific Publication , 1 ( 569 ). Porter , D. ( 2011 ). Health citizenship: Essays in social medicine and biomedical politics . San Francisco : University of California Medical Humanities