The Health & Medical Humanities concentration in the IDST major engages students in the humanistic and cultural study of illness, health, healthcare, and the body. This program is also intended to enhance personal reflection, critical thinking skills, and the ability to understand the personal, social, historical, and cultural contexts of health, illness, and medical care. Health & Medical Humanities is supported by faculty across the College of Humanities & Earth and Social Sciences, including Africana Studies, Anthropology, Communication Studies, Criminal Justice and Criminology, English, History, Philosophy, Political Science, and Sociology.
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