Timothy Kelly’s extraordinary video has so much to contribute to arenas of inquiry within the medical humanities. These include: how and through which aesthetic forms we represent asylum histories and ‘patient experiences’ of those histories; on the representation — and transmission — of memory and trauma; on historical geographies of the asylum; on history ‘from below’ …


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