In the first entry of the Critical Mental Health and Orientalism series, Ayesha Manazir Siddiqi examines the apolitical tendencies of Western healing spaces, and how these tendencies can prevent more radical and necessary forms of healing, resistance, and reformation.
The seventh of our Waiting Times takeover series is a collaborative review of Martin O’Brien’s performance and lecture at the Horse Hospital in London. Ed Garland focusses on sonic experience while Amy Grandvoinet takes
Eleanor Shaw analyses the role of privilege, gender, racism, and sexism in the making of academic journals in the medical humanities. In the past few years, the critical turn in the medical humanities has
Jessica Vaughn argues for the use of the humanities in nursing education, urging fellow practitioners to empower patients through the medical humanities. As I approach my final year as a student nurse and reflect
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