216. Psychiatry in the United States
LH 485 Seminar Room
Dr. Justin Suran
Michel Foucault, “The Birth of the Asylum.” In Foucault, Madness and Civilization (1961; Random House, 1965).
Gary Gutting, “Michel Foucault’s Phänomenologie des Krankengeistes.” In Mark S. Micale & Roy Porter, Discovering the History of Psychiatry ( Oxford, 1994) [hereafter, Discovering].
Selection from Bonnie Blustein, Preserve Your Love for Science: Life of William A. Hammond, American Neurologist (1991; Cambridge, 2002).
Gerald N. Grob, “The History of the Asylum Revisited: Personal Reflections.” In Discovering.
Mark S. Micale, “Henri F. Ellenberger: The History of Psychiatry as the History of the Unconscious.” In Discovering.
Erving Goffman, “The Medical Model and Mental Hospitalization: Some Notes on the Vicissitudes of the Tinkering Trades.” In Asylums (1961).
Norman Dain, “Psychiatry and Anti-Psychiatry in the United States.” In Discovering.
John Horgan, “The Forgotten Era of Brain Chips,” Scientific American (Oct. 2005): 66-73.
Richard J. McNally and Susan A. Clancy, “Sleep Paralysis, Sexual Abuse, and Space Alien Abduction,” Transcultural Psychiatry 42, no. 1 (March 2005): 113-122.
Marilyn Schlitz and William Braud, “Distant Intentionality and Healing: Assessing the Evidence,” Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 3, no. 6 (1997): 62-73.