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Dellamora, Richard. Productive Decadence: "The Queer Comradeship of Outlawed Thought": Vernon Lee, Max Nordau, and Oscar Wilde. New Literary History 35 (Autumn 2004): 529-546.
Social Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | affect | culture studies | decadence | gender studies | George Bernard Shaw | literature—19th C | Max Simon Nordau | Oscar Wilde | psychiatry | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | theory | Vernon Lee
  
Gardner, Paula M. Recovery Culture: The Promotion of Depression and Consumption of Mental Health Technologies in Contemporary Social Practices. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2001.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: depressive studies | gender studies | hysteria | medicine | psychiatry | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences
  
Horwitz, Allan V. Creating Mental Illness. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: psychiatry | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science | science & technology studies
  
Park, David Putting the World on the Couch: Cultural Authority as a Dimension of Mid-20th Century Popular Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Pennsylvania, 2001.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Antonio Gramsci | Edward Strecker | Erich Fromm | Fredric Wertham | Karl Menninger | popular sciences | psychiatry | psychoanalysis | rhetoric of science | Robert Lindner | Thomas Szasz | William Menninger
  
Porter, Roy. Madness: A Brief History. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: mental illness | psychiatry | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Vees-Gulani, Susanne. "Diagnosing Billy Pilgrim: A Psychiatric Approach to Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 44.2 (2003): 175-84.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: literature--20th C| Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. | psychiatry | psychological and cognitive sciences | Psychology | trauma