Jules Odendahl-James

Jules Odendahl-James is professional director and dramaturg specializing in art+science collaborations, documentary performance and works by women playwrights. At Duke University, she is a lecturer in Theater Studies, the Program[…]

Nicole Barnes

Nicole Elizabeth Barnes, PhD, Assistant Professor of History and a Core Faculty Associate of the Health Humanities Lab,┬áis a living legacy of the epidemiological transition. Her paternal grandmother lost five[…]

Cate Reilly

Cate I. Reilly, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Literature and a Core Faculty Associate of the Health Humanities Lab. Her research begins from a conviction about the centrality of[…]

John Vaughn

Dr. John Vaughn is Director of Student Health Services, Associate Professor of Community & Family Medicine and Pediatrics, and Faculty Associate, Trent Center for Bioethics Humanities & History of Medicine[…]

Deborah Reisinger

Deb S. Reisinger, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of the Practice in Romance Studies, and affiliate faculty in the Duke Global Health Health Institute. As Director of the Cultures and Languages[…]

Leonard White

Dr. White is a neuroscientist and an educator in the Duke University School of Medicine and the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences. He has a faculty appointment in the[…]

John Duronville

Dr. John V. Duronville is a clinical Nephrologist in the Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology at Duke University Medical Center. He received a BA in Religion with a concentration[…]

Deborah Jenson

Deborah Jenson (PhD Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University, 1994) is Professor of Romance Studies and Global Health at Duke University. She also served as Director of the Franklin Humanities[…]