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HHUM 210 - Narratives of Illness, Disability, and Caretaking (WI) (GE)

Credits: (3)
Instructional Method: Three hours lecture.
Prerequisites: Core 101 or ENGL 111 .
A survey of fictional, dramatic, and/or auto/biographical narratives that focus on the experience of illness, disability, and caretaking from a variety of perspectives, including that of patients and healthcare practitioners. Narratives chosen for study represent a range of genres, styles, periods, and modes. This course functions as an introduction to the goals and primary methods of the health humanities and is required for students pursuing the Health Humanities minor.

Note(s): General Education and Humanistic or Artistic Expression designated course. Cross listed with ENGL 210 .



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