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The College of Charleston’s minor in Medical Humanities draws from a variety of departments including history, English, anthropology, sociology, psychology, Latin-American studies, philosophy, and Women’s and Gender Studies. The minor approaches health, disease and medical care as culturally embedded human experiences that vary across time and place. Therefore, courses can address human expression about medicine and health, including art, literature, music, art history etc study of the human factors affecting medical practice, including history, sociology, psychology, anthropology, classics, and religion, and analyses of debates surrounding medicine and health research, including philosophy, economics, and law.

For more information please contact:

Dr. Kathleen Béres Rogers
Associate Professor, Department of English
Director, Program in Medical Humanities
The College of Charleston
74 George Street #102

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