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Title Journeys into madness : mapping mental illness in Austro-Hungary / edited by Gemma Blackshaw and Sabine Wieber
Imprint New York : Berghahn Books, 2012
book jacket
1 copy under consideration for Fu Ssu-Nien Library.
Edition 1st ed
Descript p. ; cm
Series Austrian and Habsburg studies ; v. 14
Austrian and Habsburg studies ; v. 14
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
The mad objects of fin-de-sie⁺ђcle Vienna : journeys, contexts, and dislocations in the exhibition 'Madness and modernity' / Leslie Topp -- Solving riddles : Freud, Vienna, and the historiography of madness / Steven Beller -- Symphonies and psychosis in Mahler's Vienna / Gavin Plumley -- Creating an appropriate social milieu : journeys to health at a sanatorium for nervous disorders / Nicola Imrie -- Travel to the spas : the growth of health tourism in Central Europe 1850-1914 / Jill Steward -- Vienna's most fashionable neurasthenic : Empress Sisi and the cult of size zero / Sabine Wieber -- Peter Altenberg : authoring madness in Vienna circa 1900 / Gemma Blackshaw -- Hell is not interesting, it is terrifying : a reading of the madhouse chapter in Robert Musil's The man without qualities -- Reason dazzled : Klimt, Krakauer, and Eyes of the Medusa / Luke Heighton -- Mapping the sanatorium : Heinrich Obersteiner and the art of psychiatric patients in Oberdbling around 1900 / Anna Lehninger -- The Wuerttemberg Asylum of Schussenried : a psychiatric space and its encounter with literature and culture from the outside / Thomas Mueller and Frank Kuhn
Subject Mental Disorders -- history -- Austria-Hungary
History, 19th Century -- Austria-Hungary
History, 20th Century -- Austria-Hungary
Medicine in Literature -- Austria-Hungary
Mental Disorders -- epidemiology -- Austria-Hungary
Mental Health Services -- history -- Austria-Hungary
Mentally Ill Persons -- history -- Austria-Hungary
Alt Author Blackshaw, Gemma
Wieber, Sabine
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