Francesca Lewis attends to the growing movement of neuroqueer medical humanities and the potential of kaleidoscopic analysis in lived experience research. I recently completed my doctoral research exploring the possibilities of what I call
Gillean McDougall writes about a new collaborative project bringing together writers and artists with the medical archive A largely forgotten archive The former Gartnavel Royal Asylum stands in parkland in Glasgow’s West End, the
Jodie Russell argues for Philosophy of Mind scholarship to move beyond the conception of the psyche as either rational/irrational. It is only through abandoning this opposition- and engaging with Mad Studies- that a more
In Part Three of Lea Cooper’s six-part series about the study of zines in the medical humanities, we move from the living room to the bathroom, containing zines around (Self-)Care. Most good zine titles
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