“Skin, Scans, and Signs: Materializing Illness as Research-Creation” Lecture at the University of Kent
I am pleased to report that my first lecture at the University of Kent for the School of English speaker series was a rounding success. There was a great turnout for this first talk of the semester, and the Q & A was stimulating and challenging. The discussion on the history of medical images, and what they say about the meaning of illness, continued long into the reception. I am hoping to speak in depth with everyone who came to my lecture, so that I can building my cache of interviews with those who are critically engaging with the medical humanities and the integration of fine arts methodologies.
If you also have insights into the intersections of fine arts, artists’ books, and healthcare, please reach out! I would love to talk with you.