Beauty, Creativity, and Healing
Edited By Bandy Lee, Nancy Olson and Thomas Duffy
About the Editors
Bandy Lee (M.D.; M.Div.) is a violence studies specialist and painter. She currently teaches students representing prisoners and asylum seekers through Yale Law School as a faculty member of the School of Medicine. As a painter, her activities have spanned from co-founding the DDB Gallery in New York City, to exhibiting her own work in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.
Nancy Olson (M.D.) is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Coordinator of the Muriel Gardiner Program for Psychoanalysis and the Humanities at Yale University, and a graduate of the Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis. Before obtaining her medical degree, she studied art history at Wellesley and Yale.
Thomas P. Duffy (M.D.) is Professor of Medicine/Hematology and Director of the Medical Humanities and the Arts Program at Yale University School of Medicine. He is a Fellow at the Whitney Humanities Center and is an Ethicist Scholar in the Yale Interdisciplinary Bioethics Center. The Humanities Program fosters the intersection of the arts and humanities with a yearlong lecture series, theatrical productions, exhibitions, literature and writing seminars, a Medical Symphony, in addition to art classes.
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