Englischsprachige Publikationen von Mitgliedern des deutschen Netzwerks

 

Die aufgeführten Publikationen erheben keinen Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit. Die Liste wird kontinuierlich ergänzt.

 

2019:

Herges, Katja. "Body Fluids and Fluid Bodies: Trans-Corporeal Connections in Contemporary German Narratives of Illness." Humanities 2019, 8(1), 55.

Naß, Janine, Thomas Efferth, Anita Wohlmann. “Interviews and Personal Stories: A Humanities Approach in Pharmaceutical Education.” Pharmacy Education 19.1 (2019): 155-161.

Michl, Susanne and Anita Wohlmann. “’Hooked up to that damn machine:’ Working with Metaphors in Clinical Ethics Cases.” Clinical Ethics 14.2 (2019): 80-86.

Mildorf, Jarmila (2019). “Why Poetry Matters: Defamiliarization and Perspective in Poetry.” In: Florian Steger and Katharina Fürholzer (eds). Lyrik und Medizin. Heidelberg: Winter (Jahrbuch Literatur und Medizin).

Wohlmann, Anita (2019). “Symbol or Simile? Sylvia Plath’s Poem ‘Tulips’ and the Role of Language in Medicine.” In: Florian Steger and Katharina Fürholzer (eds). Lyrik und Medizin. Heidelberg: Winter (Jahrbuch Literatur und Medizin).

 

2018:

Banerjee, Mita. Medical Humanities in American Studies: Life Writing, Narrative Medicine, and the Power of Autobiography. Heidelberg: Winter, 2018.

 

2017:

Mildorf, Jarmila (2017). “Narrative Refashioning and Illness: Doctor-Patient Encounters in Siri Hustvedt’s The Shaking Woman.” In: Brian Schiff, Elizabeth McKim and Sylvie Patron (eds). Life and Narra7ve: The Risks and Responsibilities of Storying Experience. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 161-178.

Mildorf, Jarmila (2017). “Negotiating Vulnerable Subjects: Margaret Thatcher’s Dementia in Media and Film.” In: Daniela Ringkamp, Leonie Süwolto and Sara Strauss (eds). Dementia and Subjectivity: Aesthetic, Literary and Philosophical Perspectives. Bern: Peter Lang, 159-176.

 

2016:

Naß, Janine, Mita Banerjee, Thomas Efferth, and Anita Wohlmann. “Pharmaceutical Care as Narrative Practice? Rethinking Patient-Centered Care through a Pharmacist’s Perspective.” International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy 38 (2016): 1346-1349. http://rdcu.be/lD53

Fürholzer, Katharina: How to write a letter. Physician’s letters from the viewpoint of Medical Humanities. In: Sabine Salloch, Verena Sandow, Jan Schildmann, Jochen Vollmann (Hg.): Ethics and Professionalism in Healthcare. Transition and Challenges. Ashgate: Farnham 2016, S. 25–35.

Fürholzer, Katharina, and Sabine Salloch: Reading Literary Fiction as Moral Enhancement. In: American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience 7(2) (2016), S. 104–106.

Fürholzer, Katharina: Child Coping Competence. Astrid Lindgren's The Brothers Lionheart from a medical ethics’ perspective. In: Nina Holst, Anika Ullmann, Iris Schäfer (Hg.): Narrating Disease and Deviance in Media for Children and Young Adults. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang 2016, S. 117–139

 

2015:

Mildorf, Jarmila (2015). “Unreliability in Patient Narratives: From Clinical Assessment to Narrative Practice.” In: Vera Nünning (ed.). Unreliable Narration and Trustworthiness: Intermedial and Interdisciplinary Perspectves. Berlin: de Gruyter, 395-413. (Narratologia)

 

2013:

Mildorf, Jarmila and Alexandra Lembert-Heidenreich (2013). “The Writing Cure: Literature and Medicine in Context.” In: Alexandra Lembert-Heidenreich and Jarmila Mildorf (eds). The Writng Cure: Literature and Medicine in Context. Münster: LIT, 9-28.

Mildorf, Jarmila (2013). “Teaching Medical Students about Medical Ethics and Domestic Violence: Alice Munro’s Short Story ‘Dimensions.’” In: Alexandra Lembert-Heidenreich and Jarmila Mildorf (eds). The Writng Cure: Literature and Medicine in Context. Münster: LIT, 231-248.

Lembert-Heidenreich, Alexandra and Jarmila Mildorf (eds) (2013). The Writing Cure: Literature and Medicine in Context. Münster: LIT Verlag.

 

2008:

Mildorf, Jarmila (2008). “Kazuo Ishiguro: Never Let Me Go.” In: Susanne Peters, Klaus Stierstorfer and Laurenz Volkmann (eds). Novels. Part II. Trier: WVT, 279-296.

 

2007:

Mildorf, Jarmila (2007).Storying Domestic Violence: Constructions and  Stereotypes of Abuse in the Discourse of General Practitioners.  Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

 

Weitere Publikationen auf den Webseiten der Mitglieder, siehe z.B Fürholzer, Mildorf, Wohlmann.