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Women and Madness

Yannick Ripa

Women and Madness

The Incarceration of Women in Nineteenth-Century France (Feminist Perspectives)

by Yannick Ripa

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Published by Univ of Minnesota Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women patients,
  • Psychology Of Women,
  • Sociology,
  • 19th century,
  • Psychiatry,
  • France,
  • History,
  • Psychiatric Hospitals,
  • Psychiatric hospital patients

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsCatherine Du Peloux Menage (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8069989M
    ISBN 100816619298
    ISBN 109780816619290
    OCLC/WorldCa23888420

    Women have been depicted as particularly vulnerable to confinement in asylums. Yet in the eighteenth century male admissions to private asylums tended to outstrip those of women, and, according to Roy Porter, ‘Georgian asylum admissions lend no support to the view that male chauvinist values were disproportionately penalizing women with mental disorders’. Feminist icon Phyllis Chesler's pioneering work, Women and Madness, remains startlingly relevant today, nearly fifty years since its first publication in With over million copies sold, this landmark book is unanimously regarded as the definitive work on the subject of women's psychology/5(28).

    of women's madness. Key words: gender, madness. The aim of this paper is straightforward; it is to examine the available data about madness in nineteenth-century Britain to assess the extent to which it was, in Elaine Showalter's phrase, a 'female malady' (). 1 Showalter's own position is clear enough as the title of her book, The Female. Women & madness by Phyllis Chesler; 16 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Women, Sex role, Psychology, Mental health, Social aspects, Mental illness.

    Phyllis Chesler (born October 1, ) is an American writer, psychotherapist, and professor emerita of psychology and women's studies at the College of Staten Island (). She is known as a feminist psychologist, and is the author of 18 books, including the best-seller Women and Madness (), With Child: A Story of Motherhood () and An American Bride in Kabul: A Memoir ().Education: New Utrecht High School, Bard College. Feminist icon Phyllis Chesler's pioneering work, Women and Madness, remains startlingly relevant today, nearly fifty years since its first publication in With over million copies sold, this landmark book is unanimously regarded as the definitive work on the subject of women's psychology.


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"Women," writes Phyllis Chesler, in her book Women and Madness, "Women more than men, and in greater numbers than their existence in the general population.

Joan and [the Virgin] Mary are very painful exper iences for those women Such madness is essentially an intense experience of female biological, sexual and cultural castration, and a doomed search for potency. The search often involves ‘delusions’ or.

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Women, Madness and Medicine looks at the roots of modern psychiatry, its theoretical approach to women, and what shifting trends in diagnosis tell us about its social underpinning. Arguing at both an epistemological and empirical level, Russell challenges the biological base of conditions such as schizophrenia, depression, premenstrual syndrome Pages: Women and Madness is organized around the central observation of the numerical gender imbalance in psychiatry: Most patients are women, but psychotherapy is in the control of men.

Chesler. From the mad heroines of classic Victorian literature to the portrayal of insanity in modern Western texts and Middle Eastern writing, women suffering from mental instability have been a captivating Size: KB. Feminist icon Phyllis Chesler’s pioneering work, Women and Madness, remains startlingly relevant today, nearly fifty years since its first publication in With over million copies sold, this landmark book is unanimously regarded as the definitive work on the subject of women /5(30).

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Feminist icon Phyllis Chesler's pioneering work, Women and Madness, remains startlingly relevant today, nearly 50 years since its first publication in With over million copies sold, this seminal book is unanimously regarded as the definitive work on the subject of women's psychology/5(28).

Feminist icon Phyllis Chesler's pioneering work, Women and Madness, remains startlingly relevant today, nearly 50 years since its first publication in With over million copies sold, this seminal book is unanimously regarded as the definitive work on the subject of women's psychology.

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[Phyllis Chesler] -- Combining interviews with patients with an analysis of women's roles in history, society and myth, the author concludes that there is a terrible double standard when it comes to mental health.