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Colonial Madness: Psychiatry in French North Africa
Nineteenth-century French writers and travelers imagined Muslim colonies in North Africa to be realms of savage violence, lurid sexuality, and primitive madness. "Colonial Madness" traces theExpand
Chromosomal assignment of two putative canine keratin gene clusters.
The present authors have assigned the two putative keratin gene clusters to canine chromosomes using canine cosmid clones and successfully fluorescence in situ hybridization mapped the putative cluster of canine acidic genes to dog chromosome 20 and the putatives cluster of basic keratin genes to a small autosome not yet included in the partial canine standard karyotype. Expand
Introduction: Globalizing the Unconscious
Geographies of Power, Legacies of Mistrust: Colonial Medicine in the Global Present
The globalization of western biomedicine in the past quarter century has unfolded at an intersection of belief systems and participated in a war of ideas. Yet important historical precedents provideExpand
Unconscious dominions : psychoanalysis, colonial trauma, and global sovereignties
Acknowledgments vii Introduction: Globalizing the Unconscious / Warwick Anderson, Deborah Jenson, and Richard C. Keller 1 Part I. Ethnohistory, Colonialism, and the Cosmopolitan PsychoanalyticExpand
Pinel in the Maghreb: Liberation, Confinement, and Psychiatric Reform in French North Africa
  • R. Keller
  • Medicine
  • Bulletin of the history of medicine
  • 19 September 2005
For early twentieth century French psychiatrists, the colonies of Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco appeared as crucial sites for innovation, but colonial renovation programs also drew them to scrutinize the failings of their own common practices. Expand