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The HWS Update

A children’s book called Quackers about a cat that thinks it’s a duck, played a central role recently in a national reading experience that involved more than 100 Geneva grade school students and their HWS student tutors. “Read for the Record” was a one-day shared reading experience that involved more than two million people on

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Anthony Cerulli and Visiting Assistant Professor of English Sarah Berry recently co-authored “Mad Scientists, Narrative, and Social Power: A Collaborative Learning Activity,” published in the Journal of Medical Humanities (Vol.34, No.4). “The Journal of Medical Humanities is an important peer-reviewed journal that, in many ways, is at the vanguard of

The vibrant and growing fields of health humanities and disability studies will be at the center of discussion during the Humanities, Health, and Disability Studies Working Group’s inaugural meeting, which will be hosted at Hobart and William Smith on Saturday, Sept. 28. Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the New York Six Liberal

In conjunction with the National Library of Medicine (NLM), Assistant Professor of English Sarah Berry has created a six-hour course for college instructors as part of the library’s “Changing Faces of Medicine” exhibit. Using the higher education learning model, Berry adapted her semester-long course “Nineteenth-Century Women Healers and American Literature” into an abbreviated, six module

Director of Medical Humanities at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) Stephanie Brown Clark recently presented a workshop, titled “Paintings and Patients: What the Visual Arts Can Teach Healthcare Professionals,” as the final installation of the “Vital Connections: Health Sciences and the Humanities” lecture series. “I was very excited to see art and architecture,