UN3966: Culture and Mental Health | K. Seeley

Undergraduate Seminar
Tu 10:10-12PM

This course considers mental disturbance and its relief by examining historical, anthropological, psychoanalytic and psychiatric notions of self, suffering, and cure. After exploring the ways in which conceptions of mental suffering and abnormality are produced, we look at specific kinds of psychic disturbances and at various methods for their alleviation.

Prerequisites: the instructor’s permission. Limited to juniors and seniors.

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