Call for Review: ‘An Ethnographic Account of Reiki Practice in Britain’ by Dori-Michelle Beeler

The Centre for Medical Humanities is delighted to offer An Ethnographic Account of Reiki Practice in Britain (Dori-Michelle Beeler, 2016) for review, which explores constructions of well-being among Reiki practitioners in the UK. Further information about the themes under study can be found at Cambridge Scholars Press. Expressions of interest are welcome from across the medical humanities. An Ethnographic Account of Reiki Read the full article…

Reiki as Commodity: Dori Beeler (Seminar, Durham, Thursday 21 May 2015)

Dr Dori Beeler, “Reiki as Commodity” The Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS) Thursday 21 May, 10.15am Philosophy Department, Durham University, seminar room, 50/51 Old Elvet This article explores the concept of commodity and its meaning for Reiki practitioners in Britain. Reiki practice is a hands-on-healing method with spiritual foundations in which issues surrounding commodity have Read the full article…