Medical Humanities or Narrative Medicine is a popular academic discipline that explores the crossroads between medicine and the arts.
Our Medicine in Literature collection captures the complexities of what it means to be human through a wide range of literary genres.
These resources range from fiction, non-fiction including medical history, ethics and memoir, graphic novels, poetry and prose or medicine as metaphor, to films. Representations of illness, dis-ease, healing and health are interwoven themes that give voice to a diversity of perspectives and personal experiences of the human condition.
If you’re interested in exploring your subject field from a different viewpoint or simply want a break from revision this Easter, dive right in! The physical stock is located in the Quiet Study area of the Walton Library or you can browse the collection from our Library Guide.
Please email any resource recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the Top 10 Medicine in Literature books borrowed from the collection this year.