Ana Margarida Sousa Santos reviews Adam Montgomery’s The Invisible Injured: Psychological trauma in the Canadian military from the first world war to Afghanistan (McGill-Queen’s University Press: 2017). Adam Montgomery’s The Invisible Injured: Psychological trauma
Self-isolating, Beata Gubacsi re-watched Russian Doll and caught a few things she missed the first time. (The blog post contains spoilers and mentions suicide.) As we are dealing with the severe disruption of our
From Ancient Greece to medieval Iceland: Harlan John McGlinchey and Isabella Shields review the workshop ‘Combat Stress and the Pre-Modern World’. On the 12th of December 2018, Manchester Metropolitan University hosted the workshop ‘Combat
Beata Gubacsi explores the representation of mental illness in Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice and other recent games in her regular column, Medical Humanities 2.0: Recently, there’s been an increasing interest in the interactions of gaming,
How do we manage our emotional responses when researching traumatic material? Anna Kemball reviews the Researching Trauma in the Arts & Humanities one-day workshop held at the University of Glasgow on 19th October 2018. Researching
Songwriting is a frequent medium for the therapeutic expression of inner psychological struggles. Singer/songwriter Tori Amos has been one of the most open musical artists about her therapeutic grappling with past traumatic experiences in
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