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05/17/2018

Bellevue Literary ReviewA Reading to Celebrate the New Issue

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05/15/2018

The Waiting Game by Dr. Peter Berczeller

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05/01/2018

Dr. Lucy Kalanithi Speaks on Writing, Love, and Legacy, at NYU Langone Healthby Olivia Smith

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04/25/2018

Dressing Up Tuberculosis: Carolyn A. Day’s Consumptive Chic by Sebastian Galbo

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04/23/2018

What’s in my white coat?by Michael Natter, 2017 Rudin Fellow

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04/10/2018

A Poet on Parkinson’s Diseaseby J. Russell Teagarden

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03/23/2018

Santiago Ramon y Cajal

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04/05/2017

Lincoln in the Bardo in the Bardo/ by Russell Teagarden

Russell Teagarden is an Editor of the NYU Literature Arts and Medicine Database and helped lead the Medical Humanities elective at the School of Medicine this past winter. In this blog post, he experiments with creating a text collage from recent reviews of George Saunders novel, Lincoln in the Bardo. […]

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03/23/2017

Reading Lolita in Residency

Howard Trachtman, MD Department of Pediatrics NYU School of Medicine Throughout history, reading books has often been viewed with deep suspicion by figures in authority. The Dominican priest Girolamo Savonarola collected and publically burned thousands of objects including books on February 7, 1497 in Florence, Italy, an infamous episode that […]

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02/22/2017

The Knick by Gregory Clark

"The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same" When I first watched The Knick two years ago, it seemed like a show about the past and the rapid pace of medical discoveries in the early days of modern medicine, before antibiotics, when patients were still brought into the […]

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