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For the Medical Record is a podcast from Johns Hopkins University's Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine, hosted by Postdoctoral Fellows Christy Slobogin and Antoine Johnson.

In these episodes, we talk to people affiliated with the Center to discuss their research within the history of medicine and the medical humanities. We ask them why their work matters, and how history and the humanities can help us to better understand debates and practices within medicine and care today.

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Logo:
We would like to thank Karen Klinedinst (Art Director, Graphic Arts) and Courtney Weber (Graphic Designer), based in the Johns Hopkins Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, for creating this logo for our podcast. The background image is a drawing by Max Brödel (1870-1941), the first director of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine. It shows the interior of an ear, making it a perfect image to illustrate our auditory output.

Music:
From Uppbeat:
https://uppbeat.io/t/sensho/coffee-break
License code: QHALB6CTD8DSD3FP

Production:
Audio and overall production by Christy Slobogin

For the Medical Record For the Medical Record

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For the Medical Record is a podcast from Johns Hopkins University's Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine, hosted by Postdoctoral Fellows Christy Slobogin and Antoine Johnson.

In these episodes, we talk to people affiliated with the Center to discuss their research within the history of medicine and the medical humanities. We ask them why their work matters, and how history and the humanities can help us to better understand debates and practices within medicine and care today.

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Logo:
We would like to thank Karen Klinedinst (Art Director, Graphic Arts) and Courtney Weber (Graphic Designer), based in the Johns Hopkins Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, for creating this logo for our podcast. The background image is a drawing by Max Brödel (1870-1941), the first director of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine. It shows the interior of an ear, making it a perfect image to illustrate our auditory output.

Music:
From Uppbeat:
https://uppbeat.io/t/sensho/coffee-break
License code: QHALB6CTD8DSD3FP

Production:
Audio and overall production by Christy Slobogin

    Lan Li

    Lan Li

    Join us in our conversation with Lan Li, PhD – a scholar of global East Asian medicine, acupuncture, sensation, and histories of science – in which we discuss how to take your work seriously without taking yourself too seriously, as well as thinking about situated, embodied practices. Using Lan’s varied career as a historian, media producer, and research director, we think through different methods for disseminating research, medical knowledge, and medical histories. 

    SOURCES AND SCHOLARS MENTIONED 
    Interactive article that touches on topics covered in Lan’s forthcoming book: Lan A. Li, “Sunk from Sight: Mapping the Fluid Body” (2020) 
    Christine J. Walley and Chris Boebel (MIT / Exit Zero film) 
    Shigehisa Kuriyama 
    Lan A. Li, “Emotional Spleens: Death by Overthinking in Classical Chinese Texts” (2022) 
    Alexander Wragge-Morley and Metaphors of the Mind 
    Pierce Salguero, The Jivaka Project 
    Medicine, Science, and the Humanities (MSH) program at Johns Hopkins 
    Walter Rodney  
    Center for Black Brown and Queer Studies 
    Achille Mbembe, Necropolitics (2019) 
    Ahmed Ragab 
    Jeremy Greene 
    Elizabeth O’Brien 
    Alexandre (Sasha) White 
    Graham Mooney 
    Nathaniel Comfort 
    Mary Fissell 

    • 48 min
    Oluwatoyin Oduntan and Jonathan Roberts (Colloquium Mini Episode)

    Oluwatoyin Oduntan and Jonathan Roberts (Colloquium Mini Episode)

    This is our first installment in a series of mini episodes of “For the Medical Record” that will focus on the scholars invited to present at the Colloquia of the Johns Hopkins Program in the History of Science, Medicine & Technology. In this episode, we talked to Oluwatoyin Oduntan and Jonathan Roberts about their paper “Decolonizing Africa and the Origins of Modern Medicine," which was presented at Hopkins on September 29, 2022.

    To watch some of the “Colloquially Speaking” videos from previous years: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCNPqHyu7giQm8dD-DhfCJw/videos 

    • 14 min
    Carolyn Sufrin

    Carolyn Sufrin

    Join us in our conversation with Carolyn Sufrin, MD, PhD, in which we discuss how “reproduction is everything,” particularly in her research and advocacy around the reproductive wellness of incarcerated individuals. Working on the now and thinking through what a future system may look like, we explore with Carolyn: “what does it mean to care in a space of punishment?”  


    SOURCES AND SCHOLARS MENTIONED 
    Carolyn Sufrin, Jailcare: Finding the Safety Net for Women Behind Bars (2017) 
    Advocacy and Research on Reproductive Wellness of Incarcerated People 
    Clifford Geertz 
    John and Jean Comaroff 
    Carlos Martinez 
    Panel chaired by Carolyn Sufrin: “Eugenics and Population Control: Racism and Reproduction in Public Health”  
    Michel Foucault 
    Robin D. G. Kelley 
    Ian Whitmarsh 
    Angela Garcia    
    Lorna Rhodes   
    Dorothy Roberts  
    Loretta Ross 
    Monica McLemore 
    Lisa Stevenson 
    Michele Goodwin  
    Crystal Hayes 
    Article by Carolyn Sufrin on "complicity consciousness," which was just published: Carolyn Sufrin, "Complicity Consciousness: The Dual Practice of Ethnography and Clinical Caregiving in Carceral Settings"

    • 52 min
    "For the Medical Record" Trailer

    "For the Medical Record" Trailer

    Welcome to For the Medical Record! Full episodes coming soon!

    • 3 min

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