Social History of Medicine
Article Laura Stark (2018) Contracting Health: Procurement Contracts, Total Institutions, and the Problem of Virtuous Suffering in Post-war Human Experiment. Social History of Medicine (pp. 818-846).
Article Whitney Wood (2018) ‘Put Right Under’: Obstetric Violence in Post-war Canada. Social History of Medicine (pp. 796-817).
Article Jennifer Wallis (2018) A Home or a Gaol? Scandal, Secrecy, and the St James’s Inebriate Home for Women. Social History of Medicine (pp. 774-795).
Article Leslie Topp (2018) Single Rooms, Seclusion and the Non-Restraint Movement in British Asylums, 1838–1844. Social History of Medicine (pp. 754-773).
Article Louise Hide (2018) In Plain Sight: Open Doors, Mixed-sex Wards and Sexual Abuse in English Psychiatric Hospitals, 1950s—Early 1990s. Social History of Medicine (pp. 732-753).
Article Joanna Bourke (2018) Police Surgeons and Victims of Rape: Cultures of Harm and Care. Social History of Medicine (pp. 711-731).
Article Catherine Cox; Hilary Marland (2018) Broken Minds and Beaten Bodies: Cultures of Harm and the Management of Mental Illness in Mid- to Late Nineteenth-century English and Irish Prisons. Social History of Medicine (pp. 688-710).
Susan A. Ashley;
“Misfits” in Fin-de-Siècle France and Italy: Anatomies of Difference (/isis/citation/CBB632805594/)
Medicine, the Penal System and Sexual Crimes in England, 1919-1960s: Diagnosing Deviance (/isis/citation/CBB406081958/)
Broken Minds and Beaten Bodies: Cultures of Harm and the Management of Mental Illness in Mid- to Late Nineteenth-century English and Irish Prisons (/isis/citation/CBB458369956/)
Meer, Theo van der;
Eugenic and Sexual Folklores and the Castration of Sex Offenders in theNetherlands (1938--1968) (/isis/citation/CBB000831699/)
‘Insane criminals’ and the ‘criminally insane’: criminal asylums in Norway, 1895–1940 (/isis/citation/CBB231193752/)
Prisons, Asylums, and the Public: Institutional Visiting in the Nineteenth Century (/isis/citation/CBB001200659/)
In Plain Sight: Open Doors, Mixed-sex Wards and Sexual Abuse in English Psychiatric Hospitals, 1950s—Early 1990s (/isis/citation/CBB077020892/)
Managing difficult and violent adolescents (adolescents difficiles) in France: a genealogical approach (/isis/citation/CBB300685754/)
Kelly, Brendan D.;
Poverty, Crime and Mental Illness: Female Forensic Psychiatric Committal in Ireland, 1910--1948 (/isis/citation/CBB000930668/)
Anne E. Parsons;
From Asylum to Prison: Deinstitutionalization and the Rise of Mass Incarceration after 1945 (/isis/citation/CBB321868695/)
Remembrance of Patients Past: Patient Life at the Toronto Hospital for the Insane, 1770-1940 (/isis/citation/CBB000101654/)
The mentally ill and how they were perceived in young Israel (/isis/citation/CBB520900198/)
“Believes the Devil has Changed Him”: Religion and Patient Identity in Ashburn Hall, Dunedin, 1882--1910 (/isis/citation/CBB001200712/)
Topta Bimarhanesi Sertabibi Dr. Avram de Castro: Bir Biyo-bibliyografi (/isis/citation/CBB001320508/)
Gambino, Matthew Joseph;
Mental Health and Ideals of Citizenship: Patient Care at St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C., 1903--1962 (/isis/citation/CBB001562766/)
“Your Very Thankful Inmate”: Discovering the Patients of an Early County Lunatic Asylum (/isis/citation/CBB000930664/)
The Bones of the Insane (/isis/citation/CBB001320330/)
Framing Mental Illness, 1923--1939: The Maudsley Hospital and Its Patients (/isis/citation/CBB000774303/)
Change Minds: Una storia di archivi e di manicomi per andare oltre la psichiatria (/isis/citation/CBB435808463/)
Lost Souls: Women, Religion and Mental Illness in the Victorian Asylum (/isis/citation/CBB291963494/)