In the fourth post of our Waiting Times series, Laura Salisbury and Lisa Baraitser reflect on Ruairí Corr and Deborah Robinson’s short film: Time Being. Time Being – a film commissioned by Waiting Times
In the third post of our Waiting Times takeover series, Stephanie Davies and Martin Moore invite us to consider the figure of the ‘frequent attender’. In the face of repetition and chronicity, can care
Brooke Bastie uses poetic form to imaginatively illustrate the uncertainty, repetition, and compulsion that pervades her experience of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). From uncertainty curdles a certainty often unnoticed. What I mean is that in
Manali Karmakar draws on the illness narratives of three women from rural India to showcase how caste, gender, and sociocultural and geographical location strongly shape reproductive health and well-being.
How does literature question dementia as a category of difference? Monika Leipelt-Tsai explores narratives about dementing diseases in contemporary German-Language literary texts and argues that dementia narratives can disrupt the current order of knowledge
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