HI Jamie and fellow Screen-L folk,

Also from Rutgers is Otto Wahl's Media Madness: Public Images of mental
illness (1997) and just for context Sander Gilman's Seeing the Insane about
images in general and historical stuff.  Gilman's got a funny story about
how all his pics in the book are on the back wall of the psychiatrist's
office in the film French Lieutenant's Woman that I heard him tell at a
conf. once, so that reminds me that the film is worth checking out.

Also, forwarding your query to the Disability Studies in the Humanities
Listserv and asking them to write you directly.



Johnson Cheu
The Ohio State University, Dept. of English
421 Denney Hall, 164 W. 17th. Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
(614) 292-1730 (Office); (614) 292-6065 (Dept.); (614) 292-7816 (Fax)
Curriculum Consultant, Project LEND
Nisonger Center, 357 McCampbell Hall
The Ohio State University
1581 Dodd Drive, Columbus, OH 43210
(614) 247-6073 (Office); (614) 292-3727 (Fax)

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