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Title Exhibiting madness in museums : remembering psychiatry through collections and display / edited by Catharine Coleborne and Dolly MacKinnon.
Published New York : Routledge, 2011
Detail x, 218 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Coleborne, Catharine. Seeing and Not Seeing Psychiatry
  MacKinnon, Dolly. Seeing and Not Seeing Psychiatry
  Coleborne, Catharine. Collecting Psychiatry’s Past: Collectors and Their Collections of Psychiatric Objects in Western Histories
  Brookes, Barbara. Pictures of People, Pictures of Places: Photography and The Asylum
  Veis, Nurin. The Ethics of Exhibiting Psychiatric Materials
  Labrum, Bronwyn. Always Distinguishable From Outsiders : Materialising Cultures of Clothing from Psychiatric Institutions
  MacKinnon, Dolly. Snatches of Music, Flickering Images, and the Smell of Leather: The Material Culture of Recreational Pastimes in Psychiatric Collections in Scotland and Australia
  Flis, Nathan. A Grave Injustice : The Mental Hospital and Shifting Sites Of Memory
  Wright, David. A Grave Injustice : The Mental Hospital and Shifting Sites Of Memory
  Besley, Joanna. Remembering Goodna: Stories from a Queensland Mental Hospital
  MacDonald, Helen (Helen Patricia). In the Interests of Science: Gathering Corpses from Lunatic Asylums
  Jones, D. Gareth. The Anatomy Museum and Mental Illness: The Centrality of Informed Consent
  Parrott, Fiona R. The Material and Visual Culture of Patients in a Contemporary Psychiatric Secure Unit
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