Section Editors: Vinia Dakari (Greece) and Catherine Rogers (USA)

Editorial Note

The special topic of this issue, Medicine and/in Theatre, grew out of the currently heightened interest in the interface of theatre and medicine that has grown steadily over the years and has acquired a multidimensional character. Attentive to the expanding literature on medical performance, applied theatre in health and care, theatre-based medical education, and many other areas of research and practice, the articles collected here suggest new models of interdisciplinarity organized around the concept of a “critical turn” (or “second wave”) in the Medical Humanities. Read more

In lieu of a postscript

The multitude of visions and concerns voiced in this issue point towards groundbreaking research taking place around the world. Attentive to the urgent need for expanding this interdisciplinary debate, the Arts Health Early Career Research Network (ECRN) aims to foster a global community of early career researchers whose work lies at the intersection of the arts, humanities, health and medicine. We welcome Mandeep Singh, the Head of Representatives for the Arts Health ECRN, who would like to share the Network’s vision with our readers. Read more

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