Historical Perspectives on ‘Antisocial Personality Disorder’ (CfP, Conference, 12 May 2014, Queen Mary)

Historical Perspectives on ‘Antisocial Personality Disorder’
Monday 12th May 2014
Queen Mary, University of London.

We are interested in work that takes historical perspectives on the various diagnostic categories typified by those of ‘moral insanity’, ‘psychopathy’, and ‘personality disorder’. We are particularly interested in work that helps to put 19th-century developments of ‘psychiatric’ thought in this area into social and cultural contexts.

The keynote speaker will be Professor Nicole Rafter, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Northeastern University.

The conference will be funded as part of an ESRC seminar series called ‘Cross Disciplinary Perspectives on ‘Antisocial Personality Disorder’’ and is being jointly organised with the Centre for the History of the Emotions (QMUL). We will have some funds available for transport costs for a number of speakers.

If you are interesting in contributing to this event please send a 200-300 word abstract to Dr David W Jones by Friday 29th November.

On behalf of the organising committee: Dr David W Jones (University of East London), Dr Chris Scanlon (East London Hospital Trust), Professor Barbara Taylor (QMUL), Dr Rhodri Hayward (QMUL) and Professor David Gadd (University of Manchester

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