Medicine & Culture

Philosophy, literature, theology, anthropology, art, music and other humanities are lenses through which we can probe the meaning of human health and health care, of human flourishing, suffering, and death.

Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative

The Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative provides an opportunity for reimagining and to reengaging practices of health and medicine in light of Christian tradition and the practices of Christian communities. Among the initiative's offerings are Theology, Medicine, and Culture seminars, semi-monthly gatherings of faculty, fellows, students, and others interested in the intersection of theology, medicine and culture.

Several Trent Center faculty members hold appointments with the Divinity School:

Farr Curlin

Raymond Barfield

Warren Kinghorn