Shelley Angelie Saggar writes about the complexities of working with secret, sacred, and sensitive items in Wellcome Historical Medical Collections and their links to colonial histories of acquisition.
Veronica Heney proposes a new methodology for understanding narratives of self-harm The assumption that self-harm is unnatural, that it is inevitably incomprehensible to the ‘normal’ person, permeates the clinical, sociological, and even fictional literature around self-harm. Sarah Naomi Shaw’s review […]
Guest author Sachin Shah from Gaming the Mind shares his insights on how EGX, the largest annual gaming event in the UK, promotes mental health awareness. EGX is described as the UK’s biggest video game event, welcoming tens of thousands […]
Steve Earl once famously said, “Townes Van Zandt is the best songwriter in the world, and I’ll stand on Bob Dylan’s coffee table in my cowboy boots and say that” (McGee, The Guardian, 2008). Considering Dylan’s Pulitzer Prize in Literature […]
Fay Bound Alberti on emotions, history, and transplantation, in a preview of her new project, AboutFace.