The Health Humanities Consortium promotes health humanities scholarship, education, and practices through interdisciplinary methods and theories that focus on the intersection of the arts and humanities, health, illness, and healthcare.
The HHC is now accepting memberships for both individuals and institutions.
For more information about memberships, click here.
Note: If your institution is a member, you can register by giving your name to your institutional person in charge of these things. That person will then let the HHC know. If there is an institution membership, you do not to register as an individual.
The 2020 Meeting will be hosted by Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. March 26, 27, 28 2020. More information coming soon.
Great news! The National Center for Education Statistics, NCES, has accepted “Medical Humanities” as a new CIP code. You can ask your key holder to update your major to 51.3204.
A huge thank you to all of our presenters and attendees. If you have a moment, please click here to complete a quick evaluation of the meeting.
DePaul Center, 1 E. Jackson Blvd, Chicago 60604
(corner of Jackson & State. Through the Barnes & Noble; out the back; black elevators on the left)
Check out the program schedule, abstracts, and presenter list
Other details such as hotels, plenaries, and sponsors can be reached through the conference main page. Check out our new curated list of things to do outside the conference center including special exhibits, special museums, and off the beaten track gems.
Banner O, Carlin N, Cole TR (2019). Teaching Health Humanities. Oxford University Press.
Nate Carlin, Pastoral Aesthetics: A Theological Perspective on Principlist Bioethics. Oxford University Press.
Johnson, B., & Quinlan, M. M. (2019). You’re doing it wrong! Mothering, media, and medical expertise. Rutgers University Press.