Read the Fall 2020 issue of the HHJ under “Journals”
Listen to the Health Humanities Podcast under “Podcast”
The Health Humanities Journal of UNC-Chapel Hill is an interdisciplinary journal that works to inspire and facilitate interdisciplinary thinking and collaborative work related to health, illness, caregiving and medicine. This publication allows for dialogue, meaning-making, and multiple representations of the body, mind, health/illness, and experiences dealing with the medical system. Submission categories include (but are not limited to): narratives, fiction, poetry, academic research, opinion pieces, book reviews, interviews, artwork, and photography.
Works by UNC students published in the journal this semester will also be eligible for the annual Walker Percy Prize, funded by Dr. Kopp.