- Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture
- Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
- Columbia Global Centers
- Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities
- Center for Science and Society
- Department of English and Comparative Literature
- Weatherhead East Asian Institute
- The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society
- Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics
- Free and open to the public
- Registration required. See details.
To mark the launch of the Medical Humanities major at the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society, we are hosting an inaugural virtual series, “Medical Humanities and Pandemic Urbanisms,” which will serve as an essential rallying point for Columbia faculty, current students, and alumni of the Medicine, Literature and Society track. Featuring scholars, activists and artists from a range of fields—from epidemiology to science fiction to urban planning—the series will both illustrate the imaginative possibilities of the Medical Humanities, while also grounding its activities in the community-building work of students at Columbia University in the City of New York.
Speakers Bettina Judd (Gender, Women and Sexuality, U Washington) and Raymond Givens (Internal Medicine, Columbia University), moderator Rita Charon (Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics), and respondent Matthew Sandler (American Studies, Columbia University).
This event celebrates the launch of our new Medical Humanities major. Learn more about the major here.
- Recovery in Practice
- Conception and Its Discontents
- Cash as Technology of Motherhood: Findings from a Clinical Trial of Poverty Reduction
- Explorations in the Medical Humanities: Chronic Pain and Personhood
New Books in Medical Humanities: Culture and Medicine: Critical Readings in the Health and Medical Humanities