Events

FEB
22

Writers’ Showcase: COVID-19

Gifted writers surprise and intrigue with three-minute readings of their original writings on the subject of the COVID-19 pandemic.
FEB
23

The Art of Death With Tessa Fontaine

This five-part seminar will explore notions of death and dying around the world, drawing from biology, history, and beyond. The class meets on Tuesdays starting February 23.
FEB
23

Black in the Ivory: Writing Confronts Racism

An exploration of how writing can–or cannot–confront racism in academia and healthcare, presented by BLR and the Gold Foundation.
FEB
23

Breakfast with Hope

Breakfast with Hope is a monthly reading & discussion group hosted by Hope Torrents and sponsored by Sylvester Cancer Center. This month’s book: You Can Stop Humming Now by Daniela Lamas.
FEB
23

Classic Drawing: Anatomy

FEB
25

Passed and Present

An urgent conversation on grief, mental health, and remembrance with hospice and palliative medicine physician Dr. BJ Miller and critically-acclaimed author Allison Gilbert.
MAR
1

COVID-19 Memorial Day Vigil

Join Marked by COVID and Reimagine for the launch of COVID Memorial Day across the country. This special event will include a vigil and stories from organizers across the country.
MAR
3

Virtual Narrative Medicine Rounds with Sara Hendren

“What Can A Body Do? How We Meet the Built World,” a talk by humanist-in-tech Sara Hendren
MAR
3

12th Annual History of Medicine and Public Health Night

Hosted by The New York Academy of Medicine Section on History of Medicine and Public Health
MAR
3

Roxane Gay in Conversation with Soledad O’Brien

Writing into the Wound: Understanding Trauma, Truth and Language
MAR
10

Writing Matters Event Series

In spring of 2021, Writing Matters will bring into conversation scholars who lead multiple writerly lives, blending voices and genres.  Sponsored by the NYU Center for the Humanities.
March 10: Memoir
March 31: Verse and Prose
April 14: Narrative Investigations
MAR
17

Activism and the Humanities

Presented by the NYU Center for the Humanities
MAR
19-
21

Narrative Medicine Spring Basic Virtual Workshop

A Virtual Workshop and Online Course
Early-bird registration through March 5
MAR
25-
28

10th Annual International Health Humanities Consortium Conference

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