A Crisis of Caring: The Humanities and Our Health | April 11–14, 2022
To conclude our proceedings we bring together scholars and representatives from state humanities councils to reflect on the topics covered during the conference and showcase objects, musings, and creative work submitted in advance to our speculative archive by conference participants, attendees, and interested members of the public. This archive collectively imagines a range of possible futures and directions for the health humanities and for medical practice itself.
- Carin Berkowitz, PhD, Executive Director, New Jersey Council for the Humanities
- Matthew Morse Booker, PhD, Vice President for Scholarly Programs, National Humanities Center
- Ann Fox, PhD, Professor of English, Davidson College
- Samantha Pinto, PhD, Associate Professor of English, University of Texas at Austin
- Yolonda Y. Wilson, PhD, Associate Professor, Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics, Saint Louis University