Research is emotional. Five history researchers reflect on how new guidelines on wellbeing have shaped their practice in productive and radical ways
Tag: mental health
The authors of new Researcher Wellbeing Guidelines examine barriers faced by history researchers, ways to mitigate risks, and the value of collaborating with mental health professionals
Despite emancipationist rhetoric, asylum abolition was a cost-cutting exercise that has left us with a coercive and carceral system of care. Barbara Taylor on the new edition of Peter Barham’s ‘Closing the Asylum’.
Caroline Nielsen introduces you to one of the best-selling ghost story collections of all time and to the foremost writers on psychic phenomenon of the nineteenth century: Mrs Catherine Crowe.
David Kilgannon brings a historical perspective to Ireland’s treatment of the intellectually disabled.
The historian Barbara Taylor talks about the opportunity the 2015 UK general election campaign offers for a more informed debate about mental health provision.