Science Fiction and the Medical Humanities
Science fiction isn’t confined to novels, short stories, and cinema; it also gives us a style and substance for our visions of medical progress. This project doesn’t investigate only the familiar genre elements of narrative fiction, cinema and TV. It also explores the so-called ‘technoscientific imaginary’, and its imagining of future possibilities enabled by biomedical progress.
Funded by: Wellcome Trust
Main contact: Dr Gavin Miller
Start date: 2015
End date: 2016
- University of Glasgow: College of Arts, School of Critical Studies
- University of Glasgow: Medical Humanities Research Centre