History of Psychiatry articles

Volume 21 (3)

The face of madness in Romania: the origin of psychiatric photography in Eastern Europe
Buda, O., vol. 21 (3): 278-293
From psyche to soma? Changing accounts of antisocial personality disorders in the American Journal of Psychiatry
Pickersgill, M., vol. 21 (3): 294-311
Psychiatry in Britain, c. 1900
Freeman, H., vol. 21 (3): 312-324
The reception of Eugen Bleuler in British psychiatry, 1892-1954
Dalzell, T., vol. 21 (3): 325-339
Classic Text No. 83: 'On Uprootedness' by Emil Kraepelin (1921)
Engstrom, E. J., Weber, M. M., vol. 21 (3): 340-350
Essay Review: The birth of addiction: Louise Foxcroft, The Making of Addiction: The 'Use and Abuse' of Opium in Nineteenth-Century Britain, Ashgate: Farnham, UK, 2006; 199 pp.: 9780754656333, {pound}55 (hbk). Sarah Tracy, Alcoholism in America: From Recon
Smith, I., vol. 21 (3): 351-355
Essay Review: Psychotropic drugs and mental health care: Edward Shorter, Before Prozac: The Troubled History of Mood Disorders in Psychiatry, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2009; xvi + 304 pp.: 9780195368741. Erika Dyck, Psychedelic Psychiatry: LSD from
Snelders, S., vol. 21 (3): 356-360
Book Review: David Herzberg, Happy Pills in America: From Miltown to Prozac, The Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore, MD, 2009; x + 279 pp.: 9780801890307, {pound}23.50
Smith, M., vol. 21 (3): 361-362
Book Review: Julia Barbara Kohne, Kriegshysteriker: Strategische Bilder und mediale Techniken militarpsychiatrischen Wissens (1914--1920), Husum: Matthiesen Verlag, 2009; 344 pp.: 9783786841067, 49 (pbk)
Engstrom, E. J., vol. 21 (3): 362-364
Book Review: Catharine Arnold, Bedlam. London and its Mad, London: Pocket Books, 2008; xiii + 306 pp.: 978184739004, {pound}7.99 (pbk)
Waddington, K., vol. 21 (3): 364-365
Book Review: Christopher Payne, Asylum: Inside the Closed World of State Mental Hospitals (with an essay by Oliver Sachs), MIT Press: Cambridge, MA, 2009; 209 pp.: ISBN 9780262013499, $39.95 (hbk)
Grob, G. N., vol. 21 (3): 365-366
Book Review: John C Weaver, A Sadly Troubled History. The Meanings of Suicide in the Modern Age, McGill-Queen's University Press: Montreal, 2009; xvi + 447 pp.: 9780773535138, {pound}33 (hbk)
York, S., vol. 21 (3): 366-367

Volume 21 (2)

The evolutionary turn in psychiatry: a historical overview
Adriaens, P. R., De Block, A., vol. 21 (2): 131-143
Schizophrenia, evolution and the borders of biology: on Huxley et al.'s 1964 paper in Nature
De Bont, R., vol. 21 (2): 144-159
'This excellent observer ...': the correspondence between Charles Darwin and James Crichton-Browne, 1869-75
Pearn, A. M., vol. 21 (2): 160-175
'Birdwatching and baby-watching': Niko and Elisabeth Tinbergen's ethological approach to autism
Silverman, C., vol. 21 (2): 176-189
The evolution of Harry Harlow: from the nature to the nurture of love
Vicedo, M., vol. 21 (2): 190-205
'Racial differences have to be considered': Lauretta Bender, Bellevue Hospital, and the African American psyche, 1936-52
Doyle, D., vol. 21 (2): 206-223
Classic Text No. 82: The work of John Hughlings Jackson: Part 2
Lopez Pinero, J., vol. 21 (2): 224-236
Book Review: Johan Schioldann, History of the Introduction of Lithium into Medicine and Psychiatry: Birth of Modern Psychopharmacology 1949, Adelaide Academic Press: Adelaide, 2009; 363 pp.; 9780980547702
Bertelsen, A., vol. 21 (2): 237-238
Letters to the Editor
vol. 21 (2): 239-240