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Citizenship as Barrier and Opportunity for Ancient Greek and Modern Refugees
  • B. Gray
  • Political Science
  • 19 July 2018
Some dominant traditions in Refugee Studies have stressed the barrier which state citizenship presents to the displaced. Some have condemned citizenship altogether as a mechanism and ideology for
The Rise of Voluntary Work in Higher Education and Corporate Social Responsibility in Business: Perspectives of Students and Graduate Employees
The Higher Education and Employment strand of the Learning for Life project focused on exploring some of the values of 169 students and graduate employees (Arthur et al. 2009a, b). A major theme
Stasis and Stability: Exile, the Polis, and Political Thought, c. 404-146 BC
Book synopsis: The continued vitality of the Greek city (polis) in the centuries after the Peloponnesian War has now been richly demonstrated by historians. But how does that vitality relate to the
Psychiatry and oppression: a personal account of compulsory admission and medical treatment.
  • B. Gray
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Schizophrenia bulletin
  • 1 July 2009
There needs to be more attention paid to voice hearers’ stories and accounts of mental illness, which he links to the rise of democratic psychiatry and the growth of the hearing voices movement, headed by organizations such as Intervoice, Asylum, MindFreedom, and the Hearing Voices Network.
Hidden demons: a personal account of hearing voices and the alternative of the hearing voices movement.
  • B. Gray
  • Education
    Schizophrenia bulletin
  • 1 November 2008
Academic Dr B.G. recalls his experiences of dealing with voices that other people could not hear and outlines the alternative of the hearing voices movement.
Exile, refuge and the Greek polis: Between justice and humanity
This paper addresses the place of exiles and refugees in the Greek poleis (city-states), with a focus on the later Classical and Hellenistic periods (c. 400–100 BC). It examines the different forms
Ancient Greek History and Contemporary Social Science
Social scientists and political theorists have recently come to realize the potential importance of the classical Greek world and its legacy for testing social theories. Meanwhile, some Hellenists