The Resource Madness, architecture, and the built environment : psychiatric spaces in historical context, edited by Leslie Topp, James E. Moran, and Jonathan Andrews

Madness, architecture, and the built environment : psychiatric spaces in historical context, edited by Leslie Topp, James E. Moran, and Jonathan Andrews

Label
Madness, architecture, and the built environment : psychiatric spaces in historical context
Title
Madness, architecture, and the built environment
Title remainder
psychiatric spaces in historical context
Statement of responsibility
edited by Leslie Topp, James E. Moran, and Jonathan Andrews
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
Dewey number
362.2/1
Index
index present
LC call number
RC439
LC item number
.M23 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Routledge studies in the social history of medicine
Label
Madness, architecture, and the built environment : psychiatric spaces in historical context, edited by Leslie Topp, James E. Moran, and Jonathan Andrews
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Interpreting psychiatric spaces: madhouses, asylums, and hospitals in context / James Moran and Leslie Topp -- Site and vantage: sculptural decoration and spatial experience in early modern Dutch asylums / Jane Kromm -- The architecture of confinement: urban public asylums in England, 1750-1820 / Leonard D. Smith -- Placing psychiatric practices: on the spatial configurations and contests of professional labour in late-nineteenth century Germany / Eric J. Engstrom -- A space for moral management: the York Retreat's influence on asylum design / Barry Edginton -- Scaling the asylum: three geographies of the Inverness District Lunatic Asylum (Craig Dunain) / Chris Philo -- "This coy and secluded dwelling": Broadmoor Asylum for the Criminally Insane / Deborah E.B. Weiner -- The architecture of madness: informal and formal spaces of treatment and care in nineteenth-century New Jersey / James Moran --
  • -- Community spaces and psychiatric family care in Belgium, France, and Germany: a comparative study / Thomas Mueller -- The Great Asylum laundry: space, classification, and imperialism in Cape Town / Sally Swartz -- Madness and colonial spaces: British India, c. 1800-1947 / Waltraud Ernst -- The modern mental hospital in late nineteenth-century Germany and Austria: psychiatric space and images of freedom and control / Leslie Topp -- The architect and the Pauper Asylum in late nineteenth-century England: G.T. Hine's 1901 review of asylum space and planning / Jeremy Taylor -- Controlling space, transforming visibility: psychiatrists, nursing staff, violence, and the case of haematoma auris in German psychiatry c. 1830 to 1870 / Kai Sammet -- "A small corner that's for myself": space, place and patients' experiences of mental health care, 1948-1998 / Kerry Davies
Control code
000040954971
Dimensions
cm
Extent
p.
Isbn
9780415375290
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2006031352
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.b22718850
System control number
  • rm22718850
  • (OCoLC)71798097

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