The Psychiatrist’s Daughter: Notes on relational methodologies

When and Where

Wednesday, April 10, 2024 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm


Dr. Nehal El-Hadi


Research in health humanities is informed by various academic disciplines, artistic practices, and health-care settings.

Drawing from geographical thought, Black studies, journalistic practice, urban planning theory, and craft and design, this talk explores relational methodologies for increasing narrative complexity in health humanities research. Here, narrative complexity refers to the intentional and deliberate inclusion of the environments, histories, and relations that are at play when considering conditions, diagnoses, treatments, patients, and experiences.

Join the FLOURISH Research Collective for an engaging session surrounding Arts-Community-Wellness!

Please note: Zoom details will be emailed to all registrants closer to the date.



Department of Health and Society