Tag Archives: The New Yorker

Narrative Medicine

While reading on the train this morning, I saw an ad in The New Yorker for a Master of Science in Narrative Medicine program at Columbia University: enhance your ‘witnessing’ skills as applied to providing quality healthcare Doctors and nurses … Continue reading

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Sir, No Sir

Last Thursday, we screened Sir, No Sir, the second film in the Cinema of the Vietnam War series we are co-presenting with Brooklyn For Peace.  It’s an award-winning documentary about anti-war activism within the military, including underground GI newspapers, the … Continue reading

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