New online home for the Black Health and the Humanities Network

June 24, 2024
Abstract pink and blue swirls in paint on canvas.

The Black Health and the Humanities Network (BHH) are delighted to announce that they have moved to a new website!

Featuring specially commissioned artwork by network member Kariima Ali, this new space provides visitors with the latest information on the BHH’s exciting relaunch and community expansion, reflections on past and future work, and a repository for critical resources in the field of black health and the humanities. 

There’s also a dedicated page for the network’s recent podcast collaboration with Surviving Society, which introduces listeners to the work of different BHH researchers and unpacks how their practices and positions inform their approach to black health.

The new website will be updated regularly, so keep an eye out on the blog and events page for details on future network activities and public events.

Visit the site here.

More about BHH

The Black Health and the Humanities Network (BHH) is a community of academics, artists, activists and writers whose work is broadly situated in the field of Black Health. Further information about the first phase of the network – which ran from 2020 to 2022 – can be found here.

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