Perspectives in Medical Humanities publishes scholarship produced or reviewed under the auspices of the University of California Medical Humanities Consortium, a multi-campus collaborative of faculty, students and trainees in the humanities, medicine, and health sciences. Our series invites scholars from the humanities and health care professions to share narratives and analysis on health, healing, and the contexts of our beliefs and practices that impact biomedical inquiry. The series is made possible by a grant from the UC Office of the President, support from the Dean of Medicine at UCSF, and the Center for Humanities and Health Sciences at UCSF.
Clio Medica: Perspectives in Medical Humanities | Published with Rodopi Press
The aim of the Perspectives in Medical Humanities series is to bring together the visions and analytic approaches from scholars across the ‘two cultures’ divide to demonstrate how multiple perspectives on biomedical issues enhance our overall understanding of social, cultural and humanistic meanings attached to health care.
Anne-Emanuelle Birn, Sc.D., University of Toronto
Cornelius Borck, MD, Institute for the History of Science at Lubeck
Patrizia Guarnieri, University of Firenze – Italy
Anita Guerrini, PhD, Oregon State University
Rhodri Hayward, PhD, Queen Mary, University of London
Jessica Howell, PhD, Center for Humanities and Health, King’s College, University of London
Niranjan Karnik, MD, PhD, University of Chicago
Guy Micco, MD, University of California Berkeley
Kathryn Montgomery, PhD, Northwestern University
Christer Nordlund, PhD, Umea University, Sweden
Johanna Shapiro, PhD, University of California Irvine, School of Medicine
The UC Medical Humanities Consortium financially underwrites the editorial and design preparation of each manuscript, and is therefore limited in the quantity it can commit to publishing. Priority is given to scholarship that stems from work supported by the Consortium. However, the editorial board welcomes inquiries and will seek partnerships to assist publication of quality scholarship to the best of our ability.
Further inquires should be directed to Professor Brian Dolan, UCSF, firstname.lastname@example.org.