Author Archives: Susie Christensen

About Susie Christensen

Susie Christensen is a PhD student in the English Department and Centre for the Humanities and Health at King's College London. Her research concerns modernist literature and late nineteeth/early twentieth century neurology and psychological medicine.

Footage of London Interdisciplinary Discussion Group

On 22nd January 2013 the London Interdisciplinary Discussion Group held an event at the Science Museum’s Dana Centre on the topic of ‘Vision and Images’. Our speakers were Helen Barron, Matteo Farinella, Ludmilla Jordanova, Toby Ward and Lucy Wilford. You can … Continue reading

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Psychoanalysis in the Age of Totalitarianism

I recently attended a wonderful conference on ‘Psychoanalysis in the Age of Totalitarianism‘ along with two other CHH members Ellie Bass and Lara Feigel. The two day conference was organised by the Institute of Psychoanalysis along with the Pears Institute … Continue reading

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‘Neurobollocks’ and Naomi Wolf’s Vagina

Yesterday I was at the KCL History of Science and Medicine reading group which is run by CHH’s Ludmilla Jordanova. We were discussing a piece of writing which I had chosen. It was the introduction to Elizabeth Wilson’s 2004 book … Continue reading

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