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Medical Humanities research is pursued across all four Colleges within the University of Glasgow, and in a range of specialist centres, including the Medical Humanities Research Centre, the Institute of Health and Wellbeing, the Medical Humanities Unit, and the Centre for the History of Medicine. This section of the website provides information on a range of medical humanities research projects that are connected to the University of Glasgow. To access details about a specific project, please click on the relevant profile. Projects can be sorted by keyword, subject area, lead investigators, and funding bodies.
Filtered by Keyword: Medieval and Renaissance culture
Keyword: AllAnatomyAnimalsAntisepsisArchivesArt HistoryBlindnessBrainCareCase historiesCataloguingCausationChildrenClassClimate changeCognitionColonial MedicineComicsCommunicationCompanion animalConsciousnessCreative writingCreativityDeathDigital humanitiesDisability studiesDiseaseDrugsEducationEmbodimentEmergenceEmotionEnd of lifeEnglish languageEnlightenment and RomanticismEpidemicsEthicsFilm and TVFirst World WarGenderGeneticsGlasgow EffectHealthHistory of medicineHistory of scienceHistory of veterinary medicineHuman geographyIllness narrativesIlluminated manuscriptsInfectionInterpretingInvalidismJudaism and Jewish cultureLandscapeLatinLiteratureLiterature and medicineMalcolm Ferguson-SmithMedical recipesMedicineMedieval and Renaissance cultureMental healthMetaphorMigrantsMilitary historyMuseumsNarrativeNeuronovelNHSNineteenth CenturyNursingPaediatricsPainPathologyPatient carePerceptionPeriodical pressPhD thesisPhysician-writersPleasurePoetry PowerPregnancyPrenatal testingProstheticsPsychiatric spacesPsychiatryPsychoanalysisPsychologyPublic HealthR. D. LaingRaised typeRefugeesReligionRobert BurnsScience fictionScientific AutobiographyScotlandSensesShakespeareStigmaStillbirthSurgerySyphilisTasteTheatreTherapyThomas Ferguson RodgerTrans-institutionalisationVeterinary medical humanitiesVictorian LiteratureVisual and material cultureVisual impairmentVisualisationsWarWelfareWilliam Hunter
Unit: AllCentre for the History of MedicineCollege of Arts, School of Critical StudiesCollege of Arts, School of Culture and Creative ArtsCollege of Arts, School of HumanitiesCollege of Arts, School of Modern Languages and CulturesCollege of MVLS, School of Life SciencesCollege of MVLS, School of MedicineCollege of Science and Engineering, School of EngineeringCollege of Science and Engineering, School of Geographical and Earth SciencesCollege of Social Sciences, School of Social and Political SciencesEnd of Life Studies GroupLibrary: Special Collections and Archive ServicesMedical Humanities Research CentreThe Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery
Main Contact: AllAnderson, Dr WendyBain, Dr David Blair, PaulaBoucher, Dr Abigail K.Brady, Dr MichaelCampbell, MungoCassie, NicoleClark, Professor DavidCockram, Dr SarahConaghan-Sexon , SophieCorns, Dr JenniferCoyer, Dr MeganCreechan, LouiseCurran, Dr KimmDickson, Dr SheilaDonald, MeganDuchemin-Pelletier, MaëlleDupree, Prof. Marguerite Gardiner, SusanHansen, MoiraHutchison, Dr IainHutchison, Dr IainHögström, Dr EbbaJess-Cooke, Dr CarolynJocks, IantoKlein, SamLeuenberger, Dr StephenLightman, SarahMacpherson, Prof. FionaMarshall, NiallMcFarlane, Dr AnnaMcGachie, MichelleMcGeachan, Dr CherylMcKechnie-Mason, Dr Claire Miller, Dr GavinNovotny, Dr JenniferO'Brien, MonaOllikainen, Karoliina Orr, CharlottePhelan, SarahPiacentini, Dr Teresa Pollick, JohannaRea, Dr Paul M.Redgate, JamieRobertson, Prof. ElizabethShuttleton, Dr DavidSmall, Dr DouglasSpence, SarahStevens, LauraTweed, Dr HannahUzzell, ChristopherWood, Mr JoeZiegler, Molly
Funder: AllAHRCBerlin-Brandenburg Akademie der WissenschaftenBritish AcademyBritish Shakespeare AssociationCentre for Business History in ScotlandCollege of Arts Scholarship, William and Margaret Kesson AwardESRCFonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg (FNR)Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health BoardHeritage Lottery FundHunterian AssociatesJohn Templeton FoundationLandscape Research GroupLeverhulme TrustLord Kelvin Adam Smith PhD scholarshipMarie Sklodawska Curie Individual Research Fellowship, European Commission/Horizon 2020, BrusselsRoyal College of Physicians and Surgeons of GlasgowRoyal Society of EdinburghSGSAHThe Research Council of Norway, FRIPROUniversity of GlasgowUniversity of Glasgow, College of ArtsWellcome TrustYorkhill Children’s Charity
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