Sayantani DasGupta

AB, Brown University. MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University. Writer of fiction and creative nonfiction. Originally trained in pediatrics and public health, she teaches courses in illness and disability memoir—as well as narrative, health, and social justice—at Columbia University’s Program in Narrative Medicine and in the Health Advocacy graduate program at Sarah Lawrence College. Author of a memoir, a book of folktales, and co-editor of an award-winning collection of women’s illness narratives, Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write their Bodies. SLC, 2001–

Graduate program: Health Advocacy Program

Courses taught in Health Advocacy Program

Courses from previous years

  • Illness and Disability Narratives - Graduate
  • Illness and Disability Narratives - Graduate
  • Illness and Disability Narratives

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