The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities
by Sarah Atkinson, Jane Macnaughton, Jennifer Richards
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press 2016
Number of pages: 700
Expert contributors from around the world map out the field of the critical medical humanities. This is the first volume to comprehensively introduce the ways in which interdisciplinary thinking across the humanities and social sciences might contribute to, critique and develop medical understanding of the human individually and collectively.
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