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Carol Schilling, PhD, serves on the faculty of Haverford College’s multidisciplinary Health Studies and Independent College Programs, where she teaches and writes about representations of medical experience, medicine and the arts, disability, bioethics, and health and social justice. She has taught in the Master of Bioethics program at the University of Pennsylvania and in several medical schools. Along with her education in literary studies, her scholarly work is informed by fellowships she completed in Medical Ethics at Harvard Medical School, in Medical Humanities and Bioethics at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine, and Disability Ethics at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Dr. Schilling has published in The Penn Center Guide to Bioethics, The Patient, Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics, Literature and Medicine, Modern Language Studies, Disability Studies Quarterly, and others. She co-edited (with Mark Osteen) a Special Issue of the Journal of Medical Humanities on kinship and caregiving. She was elected a Fellow in the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, where she has served on the Committee on Medicine and the Arts.

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