Marcia Brennan Ph.D. is professor of Art History and Religion at Rice University and serves as artist in residence at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Professor Brennan's research engages modern and contemporary art history and museum studies; mysticism and comparative religion; and the emerging field of the medical humanities.
The Humanities Of Care - RELI.361.001
Pairing the perspectives of medicine, bioethics, and the medical humanities with thematic case studies in art, literature, cinema, and visual culture, the class examines the humanities of care and the end of life.