Historical foundations of psychiatry with an emphasis on how it relates to modern critical psychiatry and current issues in mental health care. Featuring Dominique Behague, PhD, Department of Medicine, Health & Society and Anthropology at Vanderbilt; Kenneth MacLeish, PhD, Department of Medicine, Health & Society and Anthropology at Vanderbilt; and Karrie Raymond, M.S. candidate in Social Foundations of Health.
Karrie Raymond: A brief history of racism in psychiatry
Dominique Béhague, PhD: How critical psychiatry travels: lessons from Brazil for global mental health
Kenneth MacLeish, PhD: The History of PTSD's Present
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Associate Professor of Medicine, Health & Society, Affiliated Faculty of Anthropology, Vanderbilt University
Dominique P. Béhague, PhD, is Associate Professor of Medicine, Health and Society and affiliated faculty in the Anthropology Department and at the Center for Latin American Studies at Vanderbilt University. Her research focuses on psychiatry, the...
Associate Professor of Medicine, Health & Society and Anthropology, Vanderbilt University
Kenneth MacLeish, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Health & Society and Anthropology at Vanderbilt University. His research has focused extensively on bodily and emotional experiences of contemporary war, and the emergence and...
Karrie Jane Raymond is earned her B.A. from Vanderbilt University in May 2021. She is now currently working on receiving her master’s from Vanderbilt as part of the MHS 4+1 B.A./M.A. program. During her undergraduate time, Vanderbilt she majored...
Indu (she/her) is a sophomore from Chandler, Arizone studying Law, History, and Society. She is involved with the Multicultural Leadership Council and Hidden Dores, and she is passionate about the intersections of climate change and our study of...