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Race and crime, reality and madness

Posted on 27 April 2018

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Who let the dogs out? Reporting guns, knives, race and crime
Tuesday 1 May
The Guardian's Gary Younge on the manner in which growing political and economic inequalities are not only replicated in journalism but are increasingly amplified by it, as illustrated in the reporting of race and crime.

Winnicott's Magic: 'Playing and Reality' and reality
Wednesday 2 May
The Summer Term lecture from writer and psychoanalyst Adam Phillips.

Madness: Ideas about insanity
Thursday 3 May
This talk will examine the question ‘what is madness?’. Ideas from psychiatry and the social sciences will be applied to the autobiographical stories of those considered mad in the past and in the present.

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