Working with medical students at Penn State University, J.O. Ballard, MD, uses the art of Andrew..
Personhood, Embodiment, and Disability Bioethics in the Healing Narratives of Jesus
Catholic bioethicist Cory Labrecque, PhD, discusses the healing narratives of Jesus as a rich resource for..
In her poem “The Game,” Anju Kanwar marks the slow progress of time one experiences when..
Vivid, sensorial reflections–of sight, of sound, of touch–create an intimately familiar and entirely unique lyric contemplation..
What Can Be Learned From Relationships Between People With and Without Disabilities: Inter-Abled Relationships
Undergraduate students at Emory University interviewed individuals in three unique relationships to shed light on the..
Body, my house my horse my hound, what will I do when you are fallen…? ..
In a thoughtful and sensitive report, physical therapist Cameron Jadali discusses the lessons learned in his..
Independent scholar Sue Smith reviews John M. Kinder’s Paying with Their Bodies: American War and the..
The Rollercoaster Ride: The Lived Experience of People Acquiring a Physical Impairment in Youth
Maltese physiotherapist Maria Cynthia deBono explores the journey that young people take after acquiring a physical..
Welcome to the Fall 2017 issue of the Journal for Humanities in Rehabilitation. We invite you..