Sponsored by Hiram College’s Center for Literature and Medicine, this Seminar brings together health humanities educators for three days of interactive sample classes, lightning talks, poster sessions and small-group discussions. Participants will leave with innovative skills and new materials to adapt to their own teaching.
Health humanities teaching is inherently diverse — in its disciplinary approaches, materials, subjects, theories and settings — and this seminar seeks to make that diversity accessible to its participants, modeling the commitment of the health humanities to enacting inclusion, access and plurality in health and healthcare. Set amid Hiram’s peaceful campus in Northeast Ohio, this seminar will bring health humanities educators into an intimate setting of exchange and participatory learning with colleagues.
Location: Hiram, Ohio Organizers: Erin G. Lamb, Ph.D. and Sarah Berry, Ph.D.