The Quantum Narratives podcast aims to shed light on the “medicine” that emerges out of creativity and stories to thwart implicit biases that contribute to healthcare disparities as a result of structural inequalities and racism. Hosted by Nakaweesi Katongole and Merel Visse. Produced and sponsored by the Medical and Health Humanities Program at Drew University.
In this inaugural episode, Nakaweesi and Merel talk with their Drew colleague Kenneth Ngwa, director Global Health and Religion Forum, a partner of the Medical and Health Humanities Program. The conversation flows toward taking the community as a baseline.
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Postponed because of COVID-19.
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The Medical and Health Humanities Program of Drew University kindly invites you to join us for a colloquium on dependency and disability in relation to care. We are honored to have Dr. Rachel Adams as our guest speaker. Drew faculty members and students such as Dr. Nancy Vitalone-Raccaro (Teacher Education and Special Education), Michael Anderson (Drew Theological School), and visiting scholar Simon van der Weele (University of Humanistic Studies, Netherlands) will respond to Dr. Adams, followed by a discussion. Afterwards, there will be drinks and snacks to continue the conversation.
Dr. Rachel Adams is professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. Her expertise ranges from Disability Studies to Health Humanities and Food Studies. She is the author of the monographs Raising Henry: A Memoir of Motherhood, Disability, and Discovery (2013); Sideshow U.S.A.: Freaks and the American Cultural Imagination (2001); and Continental Divides: Remapping the Cultures of North America (2009).
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