Archive for September 28, 2010

Work in Progress: The Montclair State University International Center for the Health Humanities – by Brian Abrams and Lois Oppenheim

The Health Humanities (conceived as a unified entity) is the application of humanities disciplines (arts, literature, languages, law, history, philosophy, religion, etc.) to discourse about, expression, and/or promotion of the dimensions of human health and well-being.   The Health Humanities may be understood as situated at one end of a continuum opposite the health sciences (or biomedical, behavioral, and […]

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