How can psychiatry benefit from inclusive and collective narratives and experiences of war, and from a serious conceptual engagement with social science and humanities?
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Author Archives: Orkideh Behrouzan
It has been over a year since we held the September 2014 London Workshop. Since then, we have been putting together a collection of articles and commentaries for publication. And I am delighted to report that we have just published … Continue reading
What was the most important achievement of our event? I think first and foremost, an unprecedented inter-disciplinary dialogue that stretched the width and breadth of interdisciplinary work as we know it. Not just that, but an invitation, on everyone’s part, … Continue reading
Only three weeks left! Looking forward to bringing together a distinguished group of scholars in London on September 27, 2014. Each of the participants are located within particular networks of scholarly work and practice, bringing together an unprecedented combination of … Continue reading
Only three weeks left to the workshop.. Stay tuned for programme and updates!
Date: September 27, 2014 The aim of this workshop is to initiate an intervention into debates on mental health, both generally, and vis-à-vis ongoing conflict in the increasingly misunderstood and misrepresented Middle Eastern region. Specifically the workshop aspires to bring … Continue reading