Health Humanities Resources

In response to events of 2020, Center faculty developed collections of health humanities resources related to the pandemic and to structural racism and bioethics. The Center also developed a virtual art exhibition—Experience, Integration, Expression: The Work of Norman Klenicki—to prompt discussion of issues of mental health, trauma, and how art may contribute to both memory and emotional well-being. New programming is continuously added to the exhibit website. The Remains to be Seen podcast and exhibit Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology are products of Center health humanities faculty.