CALENDAR OF EVENTS
A curated listing of international critical psychology conferences and events. Email us at [email protected] if you’d like to suggest an event.
Of Unsound Mind's 'Mental Health in Crisis' talk series: Is an Anti-Colonial Psychiatry Possible? Frantz Fanon, Race, and Mental Health
March 14, 2021 –
4 PM to 6 PM Central
'Mental Health in Crisis' is a series of talks and discussions on the history of radical transformations and projects in the history of mental health care. Each session will consist of a talk portion presenting a major theme or project from the past and a discussion portion in which participants can discuss what is still relevant and useful today. The sessions will take place on Zoom every other Sunday from 4 PM Central to 6 PM Central.
3.14.21 Is an Anti-Colonial Psychiatry Possible? Frantz Fanon, Race, and Mental Health.
3.28.21 The Asylum is Sick: The Mental Institution from Medical Prison to Laboratory for Change
4.11.21 Psychiatry Negated: Conflict and the Culture of Resistance in Italy and Brazil
4.25.21 The Dream of the Outside: Deinstitutionalization, Antipsychiatry, and the Move into the “Community”
5.9.21 Unreason Speaks! Challenges and Alternatives from Patients in the History of Psychiatry
5.23.21 Our Distress is a Weapon: Organization and Tactics in the Struggle for Mental Wellness