Beyond Trauma Publications

Behrouzan, O. "Ruptures and Their Afterlife: A Cultural Critique of Trauma". Middle East - Topics & Arguments (META), Vol. 11, Nov. 2018, pp. 131-44

Behrouzan, O. "The Psycho-Politics of Wellbeing". Middle East Report. MER286. Spring 2018

Parr, N. “No More ‘Eloquent Silence’: Narratives of Occupation, Civil War, and Intifada Write Everyday Violence and Challenge Trauma Theory”. Topics & Arguments (META), Vol. 11, Nov. 2018 , pp.58-68

Parr, N. “Elias Khoury’s Children of The Ghetto,” Middle East in London. December 2018

Behrouzan, O. Prozak Diaries: Psychiatry and Generational Memory in Iran. Stanford University Press. 2016

Behrouzan, O. Beyond ‘Trauma’: Notes on Emerging Agendas for Understanding Mental Health in the Middle East. Editor. Special Issue in Medicine, Anthropology, Theory. Vol 2(3), 2015

 

Behrouzan, O. Medicalisation As A Way of Life. In Beyond ‘Trauma’: Notes on Emerging Agendas for Understanding Mental Health in the Middle East. Ed. Behrouzan O. Medicine, Anthropology, Theory.  Vol 2(3), 2015

Fischer, MMJ. Recoiling from war again. Medicine Anthropology Theory 2, no. 3, Special Section: Beyond ‘trauma’: 7–29

Leaning, J. Understanding war trauma. Medicine Anthropology Theory 2, no. 3, Special Section: Beyond ‘trauma’: 30-39

Dewachi, O. When wounds travel, Medicine Anthropology Theory 2, no. 3, Special Section: Beyond ‘trauma’: 30-39. Medicine Anthropology Theory 2, no. 3, Special Section: Beyond ‘trauma’: 61–82

Olszewska, Z. The Poet’s Melancholy: Depression, structures of feeling, and creativity among Afghan refugees in Iran. Medicine Anthropology Theory 2, no. 3, Special Section: Beyond ‘trauma’: 83–104

 

Das, V. Beyond trauma, beyond humanitarianism, beyond empathy. A commentary. Medicine Anthropology Theory 2, no. 3, Special Section: Beyond ‘trauma’: 105–112

 

Kienzler, H. and Amro, Z. ‘Unknowing’ and mental health system reform in Palestine. Medicine Anthropology Theory 2, no. 3, Special Section: Beyond ‘trauma’: 113–127

Behrouzan, O. "Writing Prozāk Diaries in Tehran: Generational Anomie and Psychiatric Subjectivities". Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry. 2015. 39(3): 399-426

Behrouzan, O. «Behaves Like a Rooster and Cries Like a (four-eyed) Canine»: The Politics and Poetics of Depression and Psychiatry in Iran. With MJ Fischer. In eds., Hinton and Hinton. Genocide and Mass Violence Memory, Symptom, and Recovery. Cambridge University Press. 2014

Behrouzan, O. "The Psychological Impact of the Iraq War". Foreign Policy, Middle East Channel. April 2013. 

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