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Medical Humanities

A guide to resources supporting research in the Medical Humanities.

Librarians

Because Medical Humanities is interdisciplinary, several librarians are available to provide research support:

Lynn Conway
lynn.conway @georgetown.edu
University Archivist in the Booth Family Center for Special Collections

Roxie France-Nurridin
roxie.francenuriddin @georgetown.edu
Program and Reference Specialist at the Bioethics Research Library

Melissa Jones
melissa.jones @georgetown.edu
Literature Liaison at Lauinger Library

Jieun Kang
jieun.kang @georgetown.edu
History Liaison at Lauinger Library

Welcome!

Welcome to the Medical Humanities research guide. This guide is intended to highlight major resources that Georgetown provides to support research and teaching in the medical humanities. Use the menu to the left to view specific types of resources.

If you have any questions or need assistance with your research, please e-mail contact one of the librarians or curators listed on the left.

What are Medical Humanities?

The following books provide introductions to medical humanities and research methods.

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