The Place of Mental Health Rhetoric Research (MHRR) in Rhetoric of Health and Medicine and Beyond
In sum, unlike some special issues that might be sort of “one off” engagements with interesting fringe topics, this is no “flash in the pan.”...
Distributed and Mediated Ethos in a Mental Health Call Center
This pilot study of a mental health call center clinician’s workplace tools, processes, and organizational structures proposes a...
Through the Agency of Words: Women in the American Insane Asylum, 1842–1890
Between 1842 and 1890, 23 women wrote 33 memoirs about their time spent incarcerated in American insane asylums. While a handful of these...
Post-Vietnam Syndrome: Psychiatry, Anti-War Politics, and the Reconstitution of the Vietnam Veteran
Using primary source materials from medical, government, and journalism archives, this study of public medical discourse reveals the role of...
The Development of American Psychiatry’s Professional Style: DSM-III’s “Common Language”
This article analyzes psychiatrists’ metadiscourse about the textual standardization of discourse practices in the third edition of the...
Teaching and Researching with a Mental Health Diagnosis: Practices and Perspectives on Academic AbleismAbstract
Nine people with mental health diagnoses wrote a dialogue to discuss how we navigate our conditions and ask for accommodations within an...