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Title Madness, architecture and the built environment : psychiatric spaces in historical context / edited by Leslie Topp, James E. Moran and Jonathan Andrews
Imprint New York ; London : Routledge, c2007
book jacket
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Descript ix, 346 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Series Routledge studies in the social history of medicine ; 27
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents: Interpreting psychiatric spaces / 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 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 -- Architectures 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, 1948-98 / Kerry Davies
Subject Psychiatric hospitals -- Design and construction -- History
Hospital buildings -- Design and construction -- History
Hospital architecture -- Psychological aspects
Alt Author Topp, Leslie Elizabeth, 1969-
Moran, James E
Andrews, Jonathan, 1961-
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