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  1. 1. Peering Outside the Silo: Portrayals of Mental Disorders and the Education of Healthcare Professionals David H. Flood, PhD Drexel University Philadelphia, PA, USA
  2. 2. Literature and Madness • Literature Course • Literature “about” madness • Healthcare Course • Madness through literature • Mental disorders as seen through literature; analyzed using literary theories, concepts
  3. 3. from www.global-integration.com
  4. 4. • The instructor --My evolution towards medical humanities • The students --Health sciences context • The course --Specific examples of application
  5. 5. • What do they need? • What do they want? • How can my course help? The Students
  6. 6. Relevance • Patient/client communication • Professional and personal self • Problem solving • Empathy (stories vs. labels)
  7. 7. Tools of literary analysis • narrative theory: coherence • narrative deconstruction • narrative therapy • narrative psychology Macro level—narrative structure, plot, theme
  8. 8. Ilya Repin, Poprishchin [Gogol’s madman] (1882) Gogol, “The Diary of a Madman” (1835)
  9. 9. From The Portable Dorothy Parker Parker, “Big Blonde” (1929)
  10. 10. Tom Wesselmann, Big Blonde, 1989
  11. 11. Deconstruction • Cognitive therapy • Narrative therapy • Narrative psychology
  12. 12. Micro/Elemental Level • Metaphor • Symbol • Word choice • Tone • Details Harry Clarke, “The Tell-Tale Heart” illustration, 1919
  13. 13. Deconstruction • Dissonance • Intentional fallacy • Cognitive therapy • Narrative therapy • Narrative psychology
  14. 14. Reader Response Criticism • Patient as text • The Elephant Man • The Scream
  15. 15. Gil Lesser, cover for play (1979)
  16. 16. Edvard Munch, The Scream (1893)
  17. 17. Theme song for Madness and Literature (Napoleon XIV: “They’re Coming to Take Me Away,” 1966) newmradio.wordpress.com

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