A deep ethics for mental difference and disability: the ‘case’ of Vincent van Gogh (17 February, 2017)
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Narrative empathy and illness memoirs: Arthur Frank’s At the Will of the Body and Kathlyn Conway’s Ordinary Life (15 February, 2017)
Flashes and curtains (7 February, 2017)
The medical reshaping of disabled bodies as a response to stigma and a route to normality (6 February, 2017)
Vergissmeinnicht (3 February, 2017)
Science Fiction and Medical Humanities:
Doctors in space (ships): biomedical uncertainties and medical authority in imagined futures (30 September, 2016)
In defence of utility: the medical humanities and medical education (3 February, 2016)
Medical performance and the ‘inaccessible’ experience of illness: an exploratory study (26 July, 2016)
The end of medical confidentiality? Patients, physicians and the state in history (22 June, 2016)
What is nature capable of? Evidence, ontology and speculative medical humanities (24 May, 2016)