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Prof. Dr. Angela Krewani

Prof. Dr. Angela Krewani

Angela Krewani Dr. phil. Professor of Media Studies at the Philipps-Universität Marburg. She co-led the student workshop A Visdiodemic – Pandemische Medienwelten und ihre Virulenz together with Univ.-Prof. Dr. Monika Pietrzak-Franger and Prof. Dr. Alexis Dworsky. Dissertation 1992 at the University of Siegen in English Studies, Habilitation 1999 on Hybride Formen- New British Cinema – Television Drama – Hypermedia. Research stays and guest professorships in the USA and Canada, 2006-2007 Fellow at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Bielefeld. In…

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Prof. Neil Vickers

Prof. Neil Vickers

Prof. Neil Vickers is a member of Scientific Advisory Board for the inter-university cluster ‘Post-Covid-19 Care’ and guest speaker at the event “Resilience: An Explorative Workshop” He is Professor of English Literature and the Health Humanities at King’s College London where he also codirects the Centre for the Humanities and Health. He has had two careers, one in literature (at Oxford, Cambridge and King’s London) and one in epidemiology (at UCL and at St George’s Hospital Medical School). Neil Vickers…

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Prof. Dr. Anna M. Elsner

Prof. Dr. Anna M. Elsner

Prof. Dr. Anna M. Elsner is co-editor of the forthcoming publication Medicine and Literature in the Cambridge Critical Concepts Series. She is a tenure-track assistant professor of French literature and culture at the University of St. Gallen and Associate Member of the Center for Humanities and Health at King’s College London. Her research is situated at the intersection of French literature, philosophy, visual cultures and biomedical ethics, with an emphasis on studying death, dying and bereavement in the twentieth and…

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The Kustodie – Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg

The Kustodie – Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg

The Kustodie of the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg has been dedicated to the material heritage of the university since 2018. Magdeburg as a location for medicine and medical technology hereby plays an important role since the history of the university hospital goes back to the 19th century. In sub-projects the focus lies on medical humanities and thus on the many relics from the medical collections, including the collection of medical technology, the collection of medical books, the anatomical model and map collection and art of medicine.