Our relationship with sound is largely unconscious, yet the voice of another human being brings us to attention, to connection, to emotion. A small number of audio-taped interviews, conducted as part of the After the Asylum Project, are held here along with an audio from public presentation, “Mad in Parkdale”, which explored the history of Toronto’s psychiatric ghetto.
As with other sections of Resources, we are interested in building up our Sound collection. If you have audio that you would think would be appropriate for Madness Canada, please fill out and submit this donation form.
If Madness Canada sound recordings are to be used in a published form that renders them publicly available, permission to use them must be sought from Madness Canada by submitting this permission form. Classroom, conference or personal use does not require our permission.
Click on items in the right hand menu to explore our audio collection.