Courses at the Health Humanities Centre
This unique programme equips students to play an informed role in debates concerning distributive justice and health. It explores the central ethical, economic and political problems facing health policy in the UK and abroad, especially in relation to social justice. The course covers relevant areas of moral and political theory, economics, and political and historical analysis. Find out more, and how to apply, here.
programme explores the place of health and illness in society, and
how methods from the humanities and social studies may be brought to
bear on biomedicine, clinical practice, the politics of health care,
and experiences and portrayals of health and illness in literature,
film and contemporary culture. It will
enable students to approach such issues from a variety of a disciplines,
including anthropology, history, philosophy, sociology, science and
technology studies, global health, literature and film studies, and
to work in an interdisciplinary manner. Find out more, and how to apply, here.