June 2022 Special Issue: Global Health Humanities

Global Health Humanities in transition Narin Hassan, Jessica Howell Sea of bodies: a medical discourse of the refugee crisis in Tears of Salt: A Doctor’s Story Lava Asaad, Matthew Spencer Nations must be defended: public health, enmity and immunity in Katherine Mayo’s Mother India Sandhya Shetty Xenotransplantation and borders: two Indian narratives Meenakshi Srihari Biocolonial […]

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March 2022 Issue

March 2022 Issue Disability, relationship, and the negotiation of loss Brian Watermeyer, Victor Mckinney Health awareness as genre: the exigence of preparedness in cancer awareness campaigns and critical-illness insurance marketing Loren Gaudet From blocked flows to suppressed emotions: the life of a trope Stewart Justman Health, well-being, and material-ideal hybrid spaces in Yeats’s writing Tudor […]

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September 2021 Standard Issue

Gut feelings: depression as an embodied and affective phenomenon in Houellebecq’s Serotonin Jenny Slatman, Inge van de Ven The rationales for and challenges with employing arts-based health services research (ABHSR): a qualitative systematic review of primary studies Umair Majid, Sujane Kandasamy An intellectual history of suffering in the Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 1978–2014 Charlotte Duffee   […]

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June 2021 Special Issue: Global Genetic Fictions

Global genetic fictions by Clare Barker ‘More than biological’: Cherie Dimaline’s The Marrow Thieves as Indigenous countergenetic fiction‘Between-time stories’: waiting, war and the temporalities of care by Shital Pravinchandra Environmental racialisation and poetics of influence in the postgenomic era: fire, soil, spirit by Lara Choksey Reading heredity in racist environments: epigenetic imaginaries in Bessie Head’s […]

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March 2021 Issue

March 2020 Standard Issue Can Death Cafés resuscitate morale in hospitals? by Rachel Hammer, Nithya Ravindran, Nathan Nielsen ‘This place is not for children like her’: disability, ambiguous belonging and the claiming of disadvantage in postapartheid South Africa by Michelle Botha and Brian Watermeyer Public health crises in popular media: how viral outbreak films affect […]

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