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“Dépréshen and Its Narratives: Psychiatric Futures and Generational Memory in Iran” on April 2nd with Orkideh Behrouzan at Institute for Middle East Studies

IMES Lecture Series Dépréshen and Its Narratives: Psychiatric Futures and Generational Memory in Iran. With Orkideh Behrouzan Orkideh Behrouzan is a physician and medical anthropologist, specializing in anthropology of biomedicine and biotechnologies, comparative analysis of medical professional cultures with a focus … Continue reading

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Dr Orkideh Behrouzan reports on the “Beyond Trauma” workshop

Dr Orkideh Behrouzan reports on ‘Beyond Trauma‘, a Wellcome Trust supported interdisciplinary workshop which took place on September 27th at Goodenough College and aimed carve out a space for a critical approach to mental well-being in the Middle East. What was the most important achievement … Continue reading

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Upcoming workshop – Beyond “Trauma”: Emergent Agendas in Understanding Mental Health in the Middle East

When: September 27, 2014 Where: Goodenough College, London WC1N2AN This Wellcome Trust supported interdisciplinary workshop is an attempt to carve out a space for a critical approach to mental well-being in the region. It raises questions about what is at … Continue reading

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