Ayesha Ahmad: Introduction to Global Humanities—Through Creation, Violence Will Die

Against the backdrop of violence, I have been examining through my research the qualities of our human condition that perpetuate both our survival and our spirit. As an introduction to an ongoing series on Global Humanities, I will be discussing ways we can counter the dominant narrative of violence. Our globalised world, or rather, the collective […]

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Maslaha Workshop for Medical Students: Practical implications of working with diverse communities

Narrative is an increasingly potent concept for medical educators; developed as a tool to un-cover the patient experience as well as to illustrate the nuances where empathy has a place to fill the gap between the patient and their doctor. Medical humanities, then, has an integral role for students learning how to become a doctor; […]

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