Published May 17, 2007
by Routledge .
Written in English
|Contributions||Leslie Topp (Editor), James E. Moran (Editor), Jonathan Andrews (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||346|
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Madness, Architecture and the Built Environment explores the spaces in which those labelled 'mad' have been treated and confined. Buildings (whether asylums, psychiatric clinics, or people's homes) have for centuries been seen as offering crucial tools for those treating madness and as presenting potent hazards to mental health. This book can be found in: Art, Fashion & Photography > Architecture zoom Madness, Architecture and the Built Environment: Psychiatric Spaces in Historical Context - Routledge Studies in the Social History of Medicine 27 (Hardback). Book Review: Leslie Topp, James E. Moran and Jonathan Andrews (eds) () Madness, Architecture and the Built Environment. Psychiatric Spaces in . Susan Piddock. Book Review: Leslie Topp, James E. Moran and Jonathan Andrews (eds) () Madness, Architecture and the Built Environment. Psychiatric Spaces in Historical Context (New York: Routledge). Pp xii + , 39 Illus. £ ISBN History of Psychiatry, SAGE.
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