An introduction to human health through literature, narrative, and the visual arts. Students will develop strong critical skills in text-centered methods of analysis (i.e., the written word, visual images) through topics including representations of health, illness narratives, death and dying, patient-professional relationships, technoscience and the human body.
Any 4.0 credits
Prior experience in humanities courses at the secondary or post-secondary level.
Preference will be given to students enrolled in a Health Studies program.