In the final post of the Waiting Times takeover, Kelechi Anucha and Stephanie Davies reflect on discussions emerging from the Time of Care conference. Towards the end of March 2023, around seventy people gathered
Dr. Joe Holloway makes a case for bringing the traditionally differentiated frameworks of psychoanalysis and critical disability studies into dialogue with each-other. Despite the excellent research from a range of scholars working at the
Lynn M. Somers reviews Louise Bourgeois, Freud’s Daughter (Yale University Press, 2021) by Philip Larratt-Smith, with an essay by Juliet Mitchell. In a welcome effort to foreground the material objects over the admittedly fascinating biography of
Laura Cushing-Harries reviews The Distance Cure: A History of Teletherapy (The MIT Press, 2021) by Hannah Zeavin. Since Breuer and Freud first coined the phrase the ‘talking cure’ at the end of the nineteenth century, therapy
Beata Gubacsi reviews Gavin Miller’s Science Fiction and Psychology (Liverpool University Press, 2020). Gavin Miller and Anna McFarlane, introducing the BMJ’s Science Fiction and the Medical Humanities special issue as part of the 2016
What does the figure of the mother evoke in us? How does an engagement with this figure expose the persistence of colonial logics and global inequalities? Yianna Liatsos reviews Mothers by Jacqueline Rose. In
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