Robyn Thomas reviews Jasper Gibson’s The Octopus Man We are all by now familiar with the three act structure: man is healthy, man becomes mentally ill, man recovers and lives stably ever after. While such
‘The Deconstructive Owl of Minerva: An Examination of Schizophrenia through Philosophy, Psychoanalysis and Postmodernism’ by Lillian Burke (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013) Minerva was the Roman goddess of wisdom and sponsor of arts, trade, and strategy. From
Fiona Johnstone, PhD candidate at Birkbeck University, writes: Susan Aldworth’s latest exhibition, Transience, at GV Arts, London, until 20th July, is based on a suite of etchings taken from slices of human brain tissue.
Jonathan Gadsby, PhD candidate at Birmingham City University, reviews Steven Coles, Sarah Keenan and Bob Diamond, eds., Madness Contested: Power and Practice (Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books, 2013): It was impossible for me to read this
Anthony Morgan, convenor of “Schizophrenia: 100 Years On,” continues his review of the series: Mark Cresswell from the School of Applied Social Sciences at Durham University is heavily involved in the politics of mental
Anthony Morgan, convenor of “Schizophrenia: 100 Years On,” writes: 2011 marks the 100th anniversary of the introduction of the diagnosis of schizophrenia, the most severe, enigmatic and controversial of mental disorders. At a time