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Geographies of Medical and Health Humanities: A Cross-Disciplinary Conversation / Sarah de Leeuw; Courtney Donovan; Nicole Schafenacker; Robin Kearns; Pat Neuwelt; Susan Merill Squier; Cheryl McGeachan; Hester Parr; Arthur W. Frank; Lindsay-Ann Coyle; Sarah Atkinson; Nehal El-Hadi; Karen Shklanka; Caroline Shooner; Diana Beljaars; Jon Anderson

GeoHumanities, Volume: 4, Issue: 2, Pages: 285 - 334

Swansea University Author: Beljaars, Diana

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In recent years, both within and beyond academic and clinical spheres, medical and health humanities have become increasingly influential. Drawing from interdisciplinary fields in the humanities, social sciences, and the arts, medical and health humanities present unique lenses for considering nuanc...

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