History of Psychiatry articles

Volume 24 (2)

Book Review: Howard Padwa, Social Poison: The Culture and Politics of Opiate Control in Britain and France, 1821-1926
Malleck, D., vol. 24 (2): 249-251
Book Review: Angela McCarthy and Catharine Coleborne (eds), Migration, Ethnicity, and Mental Health. International Perspectives, 1840-2010
York, S., vol. 24 (2): 251-252
Book Review: Luis Montiel, El Rizoma Oculto de la Psicologia Profunda. Gustav Meyrink y Carl Gustav Jung
Villasante, O., vol. 24 (2): 252-254
Book Review: L Stephen Jacyna and Stephen T Casper (eds), The Neurological Patient in History
Wynter, R., vol. 24 (2): 254-255

Volume 24 (1)

The morbidity and mortality linked to melancholia: two cohorts compared, 1875-1924 and 1995-2005
Harris, M., Farquhar, F., Healy, D., Le Noury, J. C., Linden, S. C., Hughes, J. A., Roberts, A. P., vol. 24 (1): 3-14
Ergotism in Norway. Part 1: The symptoms and their interpretation from the late Iron Age to the seventeenth century
Alm, T., Elvevag, B., vol. 24 (1): 15-33
Revisiting mental hygiene: Josef Lundahl's interpretation of modern psychiatry in Sweden at the beginning of the twentieth century
Piuva, K., vol. 24 (1): 34-45
Psychopathology beyond semiology. An essay on the inner workings of psychopathology
Rejon Altable, C., Dening, D. T., vol. 24 (1): 46-61
William James and psychical research: towards a radical science of mind
Sech Junior, A., de Freitas Araujo, S., Moreira-Almeida, A., vol. 24 (1): 62-78
'Paralysed with fears and worries': neurasthenia as a gender-specific disease of civilization
Slijkhuis, J., Oosterhuis, H., vol. 24 (1): 79-93
Use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs during the heroic age of Antarctic exploration
Guly, H., vol. 24 (1): 94-105
'On the Diseases of the Head' in the Scale of Medicine by Muhammad Akbar Arzani [d. 1722]
Aggarwal, N. K., vol. 24 (1): 106-117
Book Review: RA Houston, Punishing the Dead? Suicide, Lordship, and Community in Britain, 1500-1830
Snell, E., vol. 24 (1): 118-119
Book Review: Kathrin Lieb, Split-Brain-Forschung und ihre Folgen. Medizin - Geschichte - Popularwissenschaft
Matusall, S., vol. 24 (1): 119-121
Book Review: Nicholas Tromans, Richard Dadd: The Artist and the Asylum
Park, M., vol. 24 (1): 121-122
Book Review: Heather R Beatty, Nervous Disease in Late Eighteenth-Century Britain: The Reality of a Fashionable Disorder
Rabin, D., vol. 24 (1): 122-123
Book Review: Michelle Faubert, Anita O'Connell, David Walker (eds), Depression and Melancholy
Houston, R., vol. 24 (1): 123-125
Retrospective diagnosis and its vicissitudes
Berrios, G., vol. 24 (1): 126-128

Volume 23 (4)

Hebephrenia: a conceptual history
Kraam, A., Phillips, P., vol. 23 (4): 387-403
The limits of comparison: institutional mortality rates, long-term confinement and causes of death during the early twentieth century
Ernst, W., vol. 23 (4): 404-418
Racial experiments in psychiatry's provinces: Richard S Lyman and his colleagues in China and the American South, 1932-51
Rose, A. C., vol. 23 (4): 419-436
Mad doctors? The significance of medical practitioners admitted as patients to the first English county asylums up to 1890
Tomkins, A., vol. 23 (4): 437-453
'Irresistible impulse': historicizing a judicial innovation in Australian insanity jurisprudence
Finnane, M., vol. 23 (4): 454-468
The toxic oil syndrome as a catalyst to psychiatric reform in Spain (1981-85)
Hernandez-Martin, G., Martinez-Perez, J., Dening, D. T., vol. 23 (4): 469-482
Secret suffering: the victims of compulsory sterilization during National Socialism
Westermann, S., vol. 23 (4): 483-487
'De la non-existence de la monomanie', by Jean-Pierre Falret (1854): Introduction and translation (Part 2) by
Lepoutre, T., Dening, D. T., vol. 23 (4): 488-495
Madness in the USA from the gilded age to the progressive era
Smith, M., vol. 23 (4): 496-501
Book Review: Catherine Coleborne and Dolly MacKinnon (eds), Exhibiting Madness in Museums: Remembering Psychiatry through Collections and Display
Alberti, S. J., vol. 23 (4): 502-503
Book Review: Matthew Smith, An Alternative History of Hyperactivity: Food Additives and the Feingold Diet
Stewart, J., vol. 23 (4): 503-504
Book Review: Gerold Sedlmayr, The Discourse of Madness in Britain, 1790-1815: Medicine, Politics, Literature
Iwen, M. E., vol. 23 (4): 504-506
Book Review: Mary Bergstein, Mirrors of Memory: Freud, Photography, and the History of Art
Miller, G., vol. 23 (4): 506-507
Book Review: Chiara Beccalossi, Female Sexual Inversion. Same-Sex Desires in Italian and British Sexology, c.1870-1920
Ross, C., vol. 23 (4): 507-508
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