Medical Humanities Symposium

 

Medical Humanities Symposium

Co-sponsored by Drew Everyday Ethics Initiative

Friday, March 15
Mead Hall
3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Reception to follow.

Join us for a poster session, lecture, panel discussion, and reception.

Posters will be displayed beginning at 3:30 and will remain up until 6:30. Poster session participants will be available either prior to the lecture and following the panel discussion during the full reception to share their research.

4:15pm Lecture with Student Panel Respondents

What is the Contribution of Care Ethics to Medical Humanities?
Dr. Merel Visse

Dr. Merel Visse

Dr. Visse is associate professor of Care Ethics at the University for Humanistic Studies in The Netherlands. Her work focuses on the encounter of aesthetics, ethics and politics. Her research, writings and lectures are a combination of artistic, literary and philosophical practice. Her work focuses on how everyday experiences of people relate to the abstract conceptions of institutions and society. She says, ā€œIā€™m interested in what dwells beyond our language too: the mysterious, unknown and unsayable. My work is grounded in the interdisciplinary field of care ethics and I have expertise in phenomenology, arts-based inquiry, narrative inquiry and responsive evaluation.ā€ Visse received her PhD in the humanities from the VU University of Amsterdam. For more see, www.merelvisse.com.

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