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    Text - Each student to choose a different book to read for the extended book/edited volume review   Student’s Name   T/A T/E W/M  1 Aho, T., Ben-Moshe, L. & Hilton, L. (2017).  Mad Futures:  Affect/theory/violence. Special forum editors,  American Quarterly , 69(2). (journal special issue  –   free online; pp. 291-345)  2 Aubrecht, K. & La Monica, N. (2019). Complexities of Survival and Resilience.  Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, Volume 8, Number 4. (journal special issue  –  free online, pp1-357). 3 Bassman, R. (2007).  A Fight to Be: A Psychologist’s Experiences from Both Sides of the Locked Door. Albany, New York : Tantamount Press (library) 4 Ben-Moshe, L., Chapman, C. & Carey, A.C. (2014  ). Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada . New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan (library) 5 Bentall, R.P. (2009). Doctoring the Mind: Why Psychiatric Treatments Fail.  TES Global Limited or London: Penguin? 6 Breckenridge, J. & Kathait, N. (2019). Side Effects of Living: An Anthology of Voices on Mental Health. Speaking Tiger Publishing Pvt Ltd & Women Unlimited. 7 Breggin, P. (2008). Medication Madness.  New York : St. Martin's Press (library) 8 Breggin, P. (1991). Toxic Psychiatry: Why Therapy, Empathy, and Love Must  Replace Drugs, Electroshock, and Biochemical Theories of the “New  Psychiatry” . New York, NY : St. Martin's Press (library)  9 Breggin, P. (2001). Talking Back to Ritalin . Cambridge, MA : Da Capo Press (library) 10 Burstow, B. and Weitz, D. (1988). Shrink Resistant: The Struggle Against Psychiatry in Canada. Vancouver: New Star Books. 11 Burstow, B., LeFrançois, B.A. & Diamond, S. (2014). Psychiatry Disrupted: Theorizing Resistance and Crafting the (R)evolution. Montreal; Kingston; London; Ithaca: MQUP (library) 12 Burstow, B. (2015). Psychiatry and the Business of Madness.  New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan (library) 13 Burstow, B. (2016). Psychiatry Interrogated: An Institutional Ethnography  Anthology  . New York: Palgrave Macmillan (library) 14 Coles, S., Keenan, S. & Diamond, B. (2013). Madness Contested: Power and Practice.  Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, UK : PCCS Books (library) 15 Caponi, P. (1992). Upstairs in the Crazy House: The Life of a Psychiatric Survivor. Toronto, Canada: Viking. (library) 16 Chamberlin, J. (1978). On Our Own: Patient Controlled Alternatives to the Mental Health System.  New York : Hawthorn Books (library) 17 Chesler, P. (2005). Women and Madness.  New York : Palgrave Macmillan (library) 18 Chrisjohn, R.D. & McKay, S.M., with Smith, A.O. (2017). Dying to please you: Indigenous suicide in contemporary Canada.  Penticton, B.C.: Theytus Books. (free online)  19 Cohen, B.M.Z. (2018). Routledge International Handbook of Critical Mental Health. London: Routledge. 20 Cohen, B.M.Z. (2016). Psychiatric Hegemony: A Marxist Theory of Mental Illness. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (library) 21 Daley, A., Costa, L. & Beresford, P. (2019  ). Madness, Violence and Power: A Critical Collection. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 22 Davar, B.V. & Ravindran, T.K.S. (2015). Gendering Mental Health: Knowledges, Identities and Institutions.  London: Oxford University Press. 23 Escher, S. & Romme, M. (2010). Young People Hearing Voices.  Ross-on-Wye, Hereforshire, UK : PCCS Books Ltd. (library) 24 Fabris, E. (2011). Tranquil Prisons: Chemical Incarceration Under Community Treatment Orders.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press. (library) 25 Fernando, S. (2014). Mental Health Worldwide: Culture, Globalization and Development. Basingstoke, GB: Palgrave Macmillan (library) 26 Fernando, S. (2017). Institutional Racism in Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 27 Green, L.D. & Ubozoh, K. (2019). We’ve Been Too Patient: Voices from Radical Mental Health.  Berkeley, California: North Atlantic Books. 28 Grotzsche, P. (2013). Deadly Medicines and Organized Crime: How Big Pharma has Corrupted Healthcare.  London : Radcliffe Publishing (library) 29 Holmes, D., Jacob, J.D. & Perron, A. (2014). Power and the Psychiatric  Apparatus: Repression, Transformation, Assistance . Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. (library) 30 Howell, A. & Voronka, J. (2012). The Politics of Resilience and Recovery in Mental Health Care  , Studies in Social Justice,  6 (1). (journal special issue  –  free online pp1-101) 31 Greenberg, J. (1964). I never promised you a rose garden.  New York: New American Library & Holt, Rinehart and Winston. (library) 32 Knight, T. (2009).  Beyond Belief: Alternative Ways of Working with  Delusions, Obsessions, and Unusual Experiences .   Luzern : Peter Lehmann Antipsychiatrieverlag (library)  33 Kirk, S.A., Gomory, T. and Cohen, D. (2013). Mad Science: Psychiatric Coercion, Diagnosis, and Drugs. New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers (library) 34 Kalathil, J. & Jones, N. (2016). Unsettling Disciplines: madness, identity, research, knowledge. Philosophy, Psychiatry, Psychology  , 23 (3/4). (journal special issue  –  free online, pp.183-321) 35 Kilty, J. & Dej, E. (2018). Containing Madness: Gender and ‘Psy’ in Institutional Contexts.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (library) 36 LeFrançois, B.A., Beresford, P. & Russo, J. (2016). Destination Mad Studies. Intersectionalities, 5(3) (journal special issue  –  free online, pp1-200) 37 Lehmann, P. (2002). Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs: Successful Withdrawal  from Neuroleptics, Antidepressants, Lithium, Carbamazepine and Tranquilizers. Berline: Peter Lehmann Publishing. 38 Lynch, T, (2004). Beyond Prozac: Healing Mental Distress.  Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.  39 Levine, B. (2001). Commensense Rebellion: Taking Back your Life from Drugs, Shinks, Corporations, and a World Gone Crazy.  New York: Continuum Books. 40 Linton, S. & Walcott, R. (2018). The Colour of Madness: Exploring BAME Mental Health in the UK. London: Skiddaw Books. 41 Lexchin, J. (2016). Private Profits vs Public Policy: The Pharmaceutical Industry and the Canadian State.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press. (library) 42 Mills, C. (2014). Decolonizing Global Mental Health: The Psychiatrization of the Majority World.  London England : Routledge. (library) 43 Michener, A. (1998). Becoming Anna: The Autobiography of a Sixteen Year Old  . Chicago : University of Chicago Press (library) 44 Morrison, L. (2005). Talking Back to Psychiatry: The Psychiatric Consumer/Survivor/Ex-Patient Movement.  New York, NY : Routledge (library) 45 Metlz, J. (2009). The Protest Psychosis: How Schizophrenia became a Black Disease . Boston : Beacon Press (library) 46 Moncrieff, J. (2009). The Myth of a Chemical Cure: A Critique of Psychiatric Drug Treatment  . Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan (library) 47 Morrow, M. & Malcoe, L.H. (2017). Critical Inquiries for Social Justice in Mental Health.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press. (library) 48 Moncrieff, J. (2013). The Bitterest Pills: The Troubling Story of Anti-Psychotic Drugs.  London: Palgrave Macmillan. 49 Morgan, A. (2008). Being Human: Reflections on Mental Distress in Society  . Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books. 50 O’Hagan, M. (1993). Stopover on My Way Home from Mars: A Journey into the Psychiatric Survivor Movement in the USA, Britain, and the Netherlands  (free online) (self-published, no publisher) 51 Poole, J. (2011). Behind the Rhetoric: Mental Health Recovery in Ontario.  Halifax, Nova Scotia: Fernwood Pub (library) 52 Pembroke, L.R. (2009) Self-harm: Perspectives from Personal Experience . London, England : Chipmunka Publishing   (library)   53 Pickens, T. A. (2019).  Black Madness :: Mad Blackness. Durham: Duke University Press. 54 Rimke, H., Gray, M. & Croft, L. (2016). Mental health and distress as a social justice issue, Studies in Social Justice,  10 (1) (journal special issue  –   free online, pp1-146)  55 Russo, J. & Sweeney, A. (2016). (Eds.). Searching for a rose garden: Challenging psychiatry, fostering Mad Studies.  Wyastone Leys: PCCS Books. (library) 56 Romme, M., Escher, S., Dillon, J., Corstens, D. & Morris, M. (2009).  Living with Voices: 50 Stories of Recovery. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books. 57 Reaume, G. (2000).  Remembrance of Patients Past. Patient Life at the Toronto Hospital for the Insane, 1870-1940 . Toronto: Oxford University Press. (library)  58 Shannonhouse, R. (2003). Out of Her Mind: Women Writing on Madness .  New York : Modern Library (library) 59 Shimrat, I. (1997). Call Me Crazy: Stories from the Mad Movement  . The Globe and Mail, Toronto, Ont.   (library) 60 Susko, M.A. (1991). Cry of the Invisible: Writings from the Homeless and Survivors of Psychiatric Hospitals . Baltimore ; Montreal : Conservatory Press   (library) 61 Stastny, P. and Lehmann, P. (2007).  Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry . Luzern : Peter Lehmann Publishing   (library) 62 Spandler, H. & Warner, S. (2007).  Beyond Fear and Control: Working with Young People Who Self-Harm . Ross-on-Wye, Hertfordshire, UK : PCCS Books   (library) 63 Spandler, H., Anderson, J. & Sapey, B. (2015).  Madness, Distress and the Politics of Disablement.  Bristol: Policy Press. 64 Szasz, T. (2007). Coercion as Cure: A Critical History of Psychiatry.  London: Transaction Publishers. 65 Tosh, J. (2016). Psychology and Gender Dysphoria: Feminist and Transgender Perspectives. London: Routledge. (library)  66 Tosh, J. (2015). Perverse Psychology: The Pathologization of Sexual Violence and Transgenderism. London: Routledge. (library)  67 Ussher, J. (2011). The Madness of Women: Myth and Experience . London ;  New York : Routledge   (library) 68 Voronka, J. & Costa, L. (2019). Disordering Social Inclusion: Ethics, Critiques, Collaborations, Futurities . Journal of Ethics in Mental Health, Volume 10. (Journal special issue  –   free online, all 15 articles).  69 Whitaker, R. (2010).  Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic Bullets, Psychiatric  Drugs, and the Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America . New York : Crown Publishers   (library)  70 Watters, E. (2010). Crazy Like Us: The Globalization of the American Psyche . New York : Free Press   (library) 71 Webb, D. (2013). Thinking About Suicide: Contemplating and Comprehending the Urge to Die. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.
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