Guide to the Global Health student projects collection, 2016-2017


Collection consists of student projects created through the Duke University course GLHLTH 302: Narratives of Living with HIV/AIDS, taught by Professor Kearsley Stewart in 2016 and 2017.

Collection Details

Collection Number
Global Student Health Projects collection
Stewart, Kearsley
2 Linear Feet
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Materials in English

Collection Overview

The collection consists of two years of student work from Duke University's Global Narratives of HIV/AIDS course, taught by Kearsley Stewart. The work includes student papers and reflections as well as Humament-inspired artwork inspired by student engagement with the Maria de Bruyn Papers at Rubenstein Library. Some of the artwork was displayed in Perkins Library on the Student Wall in 2016-2017. Student names and titles for their pieces are recorded in the collection's boxes.

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[Identification of item], Global Health Student Projects collection, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Contents of the Collection

Student projects (artwork), 2016
Box 1
Student papers, 2016
Box 2
Student projects (artwork), 2017
(2 folders)
Box 1
Student papers, 2017
Box 2
Student zine, 2017
Box 2

Historical Note

Duke University professor Kearsley Stewart led the Global Narratives of HIV/AIDS course in 2016 and 2017, where undergraduates in the Global Health program worked with poet/writer Kelley Swain to create Humament-inspired pieces drawn from the Maria de Bruyn Papers, an archival collection in the History of Medicine Collection at Rubenstein Library. "Humament" is a combination of the words "human" and "document" originating from British artist Tom Phillips; Swain has developed workshops on the Humament art book to allow new explorations in historical narratives.

Related Material

See also the Maria de Bruyn Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

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The Global Health Student Projects collection was received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a gift in 2019.

Processing Information

Processed by Meghan Lyon, March 2019

Accessions described in this collection guide: 2019-0012