History of Psychiatry articles

Volume 23 (4)

Book Review: David Wright, Downs: The History of a Disability
Hutchison, I., vol. 23 (4): 508-510
Book Review: Michael E. Staub, Madness Is Civilization: When the Diagnosis Was Social, 1948-1980
Dowbiggin, I., vol. 23 (4): 510-511
Thomas Szasz
vol. 23 (4): 512-512

Volume 23 (3)

Automatism, Surrealism and the making of French psychopathology: the case of Pierre Janet
Bacopoulos-Viau, A., vol. 23 (3): 259-276
The nature of King James VI/I's medical conditions: new approaches to the diagnosis
Peters, T., Garrard, P., Ganesan, V., Stephenson, J., vol. 23 (3): 277-290
Erwin Straus and the pathic
Ratnapalan, L., Reggio, D., vol. 23 (3): 291-304
'Occasionally heard to be answering voices': aural culture and the ritual of psychiatric audition, 1877-1911
Brian, K. M., vol. 23 (3): 305-317
English pauper lunatics in the era of the old poor law
Miller, E., vol. 23 (3): 318-328
Freemasonry and psychiatry in Poland
Nasierowski, T., Britmann, J., vol. 23 (3): 329-341
Extreme fasting among Daoist priestesses of the Tang Dynasty: an old Chinese variant of anorexia nervosa?
Lo, A. L., Hsu, L. G., Vandereycken, W., vol. 23 (3): 342-348
Varieties of psychiatric criticism
Szasz, T., vol. 23 (3): 349-355
'De la non-existence de la monomanie', by Jean-Pierre Falret (1854): Introduction and translation (Part 1) by
Lepoutre, T., Dening, T., vol. 23 (3): 356-370
Book Review: Andrew Scull, Madness. A Very Short Introduction (Keir Waddington)
Waddington, K., vol. 23 (3): 371-372
Book Review: Volker Roelcke, Paul Weindling and Louise Westwood (eds), International Relations in Psychiatry: Britain, Germany, and the United States to World War II (David Wright)
Wright, D., vol. 23 (3): 372-373
Book Review: Katharine Hodgkin (ed.), Women, Madness and Sin in Early Modern England: The Autobiographical Writings of Dionys Fitzherbert (Wendy Turner)
Turner, W., vol. 23 (3): 373-374
Book Review: Linda V Carlisle, Elizabeth Packard: A Noble Fight (Blaine Wickham)
Wickham, B., vol. 23 (3): 374-376
Book Review: Angela Woods, The Sublime Object of Psychiatry: Schizophrenia in Clinical and Cultural Theory (Kieran McNally)
McNally, K., vol. 23 (3): 376-377
Research on the history of psychiatry: Dissertation Abstracts, 2010 (Part 1)
vol. 23 (3): 378-384

Volume 23 (2)

R.D. Laing's theological hinterland: the contrast between mysticism and communion
Miller, G., vol. 23 (2): 139-155
Psychiatric case notes: symptoms of mental illness and their attribution at the Maudsley Hospital, 1924-35
Jones, E., Rahman, S., Everitt, B., vol. 23 (2): 156-168
Limited to no responsibility: addiction, alcoholism and the law in modern Germany
Lewy, J., vol. 23 (2): 169-181
Between phenomenological and community psychiatry: the Comprehending Anthropology of Jurg Zutt
Schonknecht, P., Dening, T., vol. 23 (2): 182-193
Psychology during the expeditions of the heroic age of Antarctic exploration
Guly, H., vol. 23 (2): 194-205
Psychiatric illness and suicide in the heroic age of Antarctic exploration
Guly, H., vol. 23 (2): 206-215
Victor Kandinsky (1849-89): a pioneer of modern Russian forensic psychiatry
Lerner, V., Margolin, J., Witztum, E., vol. 23 (2): 216-228
'The Pathology and Treatment of Mediomania', by Frederic Rowland Marvin (1874)
Alvarado, C. S., Zingrone, N. L., vol. 23 (2): 229-244
Book Review: Waltraud Ernst and Thomas Mueller (eds), Transnational Psychiatries: Social and Cultural Histories of Psychiatry in Comparative Perspective c. 1800-2000 (Catharine Coleborne)
Coleborne, C., vol. 23 (2): 245-247
Book Review: Paul E Stepansky, Psychoanalysis at the Margins (Lila J Kalinich)
Kalinich, L. J., vol. 23 (2): 247-248
Book Review: Alfred I Tauber, Freud: The Reluctant Philosopher (Alireza Taheri)
Taheri, A., vol. 23 (2): 249-250
Book Review: Jan Goldstein, Hysteria Complicated by Ecstasy: The Case of Nanette Leroux (James Wood)
Wood, J., vol. 23 (2): 250-252
Book Review: Marco Conci, Sullivan Revisited - Life and Work: Harry Stack Sullivan's Relevance for Contemporary Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (Naoko Wake)
Wake, N., vol. 23 (2): 252-254
Dementia praecox, 1886: a new turning point?
Noll, R., vol. 23 (2): 255-256

Volume 23 (1)

Introduction: Lunacy's last rites
Andrews, J., vol. 23 (1): 3-5
Death and the dead-house in Victorian asylums: necroscopy versus mourning at the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, c. 1832-1901
Andrews, J., vol. 23 (1): 6-26
'Those, that die by reason of their madness': dying insane in London, 1629-1830
Boulton, J., Black, J., vol. 23 (1): 27-39
Recording the many faces of death at the Denbigh Asylum, 1848-1938
Michael, P., Hirst, D., vol. 23 (1): 40-51
Explanations for death by suicide in northern Britain during the long eighteenth century
Houston, R., vol. 23 (1): 52-64
'Abnormalities and deformities': the dissection and interment of the insane poor, 1832-1929
Hurren, E. T., vol. 23 (1): 65-77
Under the shadow of maternity: birth, death and puerperal insanity in Victorian Britain
Marland, H., vol. 23 (1): 78-90
Troubled proximities: asylums and cemeteries in nineteenth-century England
Philo, C., vol. 23 (1): 91-103