Articles / Chapitres

Articles / Chapitres


Adams, Mary Louise. “In Sickness and in Health: State Formation, Moral Regulation, and Early VD Initiatives in Ontario.” Journal of Canadian Studies 28:4 (Winter, 1993/94): 117- 131.

Adams, Mary Louise. “Youth, Corruptibility, and English-Canadian Postwar Campaigns Against Indecency, 1948-1955.” Journal of the History of Sexuality 6:1 (July, 1995): 89-117.

Advocacy Resource Centre for the Handicapped. “Will the Charter Change Sheltered Workshops?” Phoenix Rising: The Voice of the Psychiatrized 5:2&3 (August, 1985): 31A-32A.

Backhouse, Constance. ‘The White Women’s Labour Laws: Anti-Chinese Racism in Early Twentieth Century Canada’, Law and History Review 14 (1996): 315-68. 

Browne, Angela. “Why Should the Poor Always Be With Us?” In Jeanine Grobe (ed.). Beyond Bedlam: Contemporary Women Psychiatric Survivors Speak Out. Chicago: Third Side Press, 1995: 213-229. 

Buckley, Suzann and Dickin McGinnis, Janice. “Venereal Disease and Public Health Reform in Canada.” Canadian Historical Review 63:3 (September, 1982): 337-354. 

Cairney, Richard. ‘‘‘Democracy Was Never Intended for Degenerates’: Alberta’s Flirtation with Eugenics Comes Back to Haunt It.” Canadian Medical Association Journal 155: 6 (September 15, 1996): 789-792. 

Canadian Nine. “Conversations with the Allan Memorial Victims.” In Bonnie Burstow and Don Weitz (eds.). Shrink Resistant: The Struggle Against Psychiatry in Canada. Vancouver: New Star Books, 1988: 201-205.   

Cassel, Jay. “Private Acts and Public Actions: The Canadian Response to the Problem of Sexually Transmitted Disease in the Twentieth Century.” Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 4 (1989): 305-328. 

Chapman, Terry L. “Early Eugenics Movement in Western Canada.” Alberta History 25:4 (Autumn, 1977): 9-17. 

Clarke, C.K. “The Defective and Insane Immigrant.” Bulletin of the Ontario Hospitals for the Insane 1:2 (July, 1908): 3-22. 

Clarke, C.K. “The Detection of Mental Defect in School Children.” Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery 21:6 (June, 1907): 343-348. 

Everett, B. “Something is Happening: The Contemporary Consumer and Psychiatric Survivor Movement in Historical Context.” The Journal of Mind and Behaviour 15 (1994): 55-70.

Joyce, Barbara. “I’m Not Crazy After All.” In Dorothy E. Smith and Sara J. David (eds.). Women Look at Psychiatry. Vancouver: Press, Gang Publishers, 1975: 183-194.

Kappel, Bruce. “A History of People First in Canada.” In Gunnar Dybwad and Hank Bersani Jr. (eds.). New Voices: Self-Advocacy by People with Disabilities. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Brookline Books, 1996: 93-129.  

Menzies, Robert. “Governing Mentalities: The Deportation of ‘Insane’ and ‘Feebleminded’ Immigrants out of British Columbia from Confederation to World War II.” Canadian Journal of Law and Society 13:2 (Fall, 1998): 135-173.

Morell-Bellai, Tammy L. and Katherine M. Boydell. “The Experience of Mental Health Consumers as Researchers.” Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 13:1 (Spring, 1994): 97-110.

Pâquet, Martin. “‘Diminuer le danger par de bons règlemens intérieurs’: État colonial et contrôle médical des migrations au Bas-Canada et au Canada-Uni, 1795-1854.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin canadien d’histoire de la médecine 16:2 (1999): 271-291.

Rapp, Morton S. “Ethics in Behavior Therapy: Historical Aspects and Current Status.” Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 29:7 (November, 1984): 547-550.

Reaume, Geoffrey. “Lunatic to Patient to Person: Nomenclature in Psychiatric History and the Influence of Patients’ Activism in North America.” International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 25 (July-August, 2002): 405-426.

Reaume, Geoffrey. “Consumer/Survivor Movement in Promoting Patients’ Rights in Ontario, 1977 to Present.” In Mental Health and Patients’ Rights in Ontario: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow – 20th Anniversary Special Report. Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office. Toronto: Queen’s Printer, 2003.

Smith, Dorothy E. “The Statistics on Mental Illness: (What They Will Not Tell Us About Women and Why).” In Dorothy E. Smith and Sara J. David (eds.). Women Look at Psychiatry. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1975: 73-119.

Stapleton, Steve. “Close Encounters of the Worst Kind.” In Bonnie Burstow and Don Weitz (eds.). Shrink Resistant: The Struggle Against Psychiatry in Canada. Vancouver: New Star Books, 1988: 242-245.

Voineskos, George. “Locked Wards in Canadian Mental Hospitals: The Return to Custodialism.” Canadian Medical Association Journal 114:8 (April 17, 1976): 689-691, 694.