The MCW Humanities faculty interest group session are held intermittently throughout the year from 5-6 p.m. in the History of Medicine Room (M3120) in the Medical Education Building. At each session, we feature a faculty member's current work.
This is an opportunity for faculty members who are working in, or interested in the medical humanities to discuss their works, projects, and interests. It is also an opportunity for networking and collaboration in the medical humanities (broadly defined – literature, medical history, the visual and performing arts, and the social sciences).
All MCW faculty members are welcome!
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MCW Muses is the annual celebration of art, music and literature created by students, faculty and staff offered each spring, sponsored by the MCW Medical Humanities Program, the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, and the Society of Teaching Scholars. Dr. Carlyle Chan oversees MCW Muses.
To perform or display items at MCW Muses, please contact Brenda Konczal, firstname.lastname@example.org