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Bloomsbury’s Critical Interventions in the Medical and Health Humanities addresses major topics and debates relating to health, culture and human experience. The series focuses on investigating how knowledge in the Arts and Humanities engages, complicates or refutes
biomedical modes, encompassing research in Literary and Cultural Studies, History of Medicine, Gender Studies, Bioethics, Primary Health Care, Health Sciences and Psychiatry. Through monographs, shorter provocations and edited collections it publishes innovative and
ambitious works which offer critical interventions in the field of Medical and Health Humanities and explore intersections with other interdisciplinary areas, including Cognitive Humanities, Environmental Humanities, Animal Studies and Digital Humanities.
Stuart Murray is Professor of Contemporary Literatures and Film, and Director of the Centre for Medical Humanities at the University of Leeds, UK. He specializes in cultural representations of disability, embodiment and technology and is the author or editor of 10 books, the latest being Disability and the Posthuman: Bodies, Technologies and Cultural Futures. He is the Principal Investigator on the Imagining Technologies for Disability Futures project, funded by the Wellcome Trust.
Sowon Park is Assistant Professor of English at UC Santa Barbara. She is the Principal Investigator of the Unconscious Memory Project funded by NEH and Co-PI of the AHRC-funded Prismatic Translation project. She specializes in neurocognitive literary criticism and Global Modernism. She is co-editor of the OUP Global Asias series.
Corinne Saunders is Professor of English and Co-Director of the Institute for Medical Humanities at Durham University, UK. She specialises in medieval literature and the history of ideas and is Co-Investigator on the Hearing the Voice project and Collaborator on the Life of Breath project, both funded by the Wellcome Trust. Her publications include the monograph Magic and the Supernatural in Medieval English Romance and, most recently, the co-edited volumes Emotions in Arthurian Literature,
The Recovery of Beauty: Arts, Culture, Medicine and Visions and Voice-Hearing in Medieval and Early Modern Contexts.
Angela Woods is Associate Professor of Medical Humanities and Deputy Director of the Institute for Medical Humanities at Durham University, UK. She is Co-Director on the Hearing the Voice project, funded by the Wellcome Trust, and co-editor of The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities.
• Josie Gill, Lecturer in Black British Writing of the 20th and 21st Centuries and Director of the Centre for Black Humanities, University of Bristol
• Guido Furci, Associate Professor in Comparative Literature and Migration Studies, Paris 3, Sorbonne Nouvelle
• Nolwazi Mkhwanazi, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology & Senior Researcher at WiSER (Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research), University of Witwatersrand
• Kirsten Ostherr, Gladys Louise Fox Professor of English and Director, Medical Futures Lab, Rice University
• Priscilla Song, Assistant Professor in the Centre for the Humanities and Medicine and the Department of History, The University of Hong Kong
• Samantha Walton, Reader in Modern Literature, Bath Spa University