Chris Letheby offers reflections in the light of four reviews of his book, Philosophy of Psychedelics (Oxford University Press, 2021). This is Part Four of a Book Forum on Philosophy of Psychedelics. The Forum consists of
This post, by Kellie Coretta Golbourne, is Part III of a series of responses to Complaint! by Sara Ahmed (2021: Duke University Press). For the other contributions, click here. ‘Makes me wanna holla, throw
Sara Ahmed’s Complaint! has inspired three responses that together offer an embodied review of the book, from a collective based at the University of East London (UEL). UEL is a ‘post-1992’ institution where black
A roundtable discussion on the ethical, legal and aesthetic challenges of exhibiting anatomical materials, with curators Katie Birkwood (Royal College of Physicians), Nathan Flis (Yale Center for British Art) and Annette Wickham (Royal Academy of Arts), moderated by Keren Hammerschlag.
sarah madoka currie reflects on what Kazu Haga’s new book Healing Resistance has to say about healing, about restorative justice, and about the relationship between activism and academia in medical humanities contexts.
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