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Title Narrative art and the politics of health / edited by Neil Brooks and Sarah Blanchette.

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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Part I INSTITUTIONAL NARRATIVES -- Chapter 1 The Laboring Body and the Slave Trade: An Enduring Narrative of Health and Illness -- Introduction -- Two Hundred Leagues from Grenada -- The Surgeon, the Slaving Vessel, the Body -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2 Projecting Eugenics and Performing Knowledges -- Displaying Eugenics Slides -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography
Chapter 3 Grief Supremacy: On Grievability, Whiteness and Not Being #allinthistogether -- Introduction -- Grief and Loss Literature: A Brief Overview -- White Things -- Site 1: Grief supremacy and the DSM -- Site 2: Grief supremacy and bereavement policy/leaves in Ontario‡ -- Site 3: Grief supremacy, pandemics and #allinthistogether -- What's Next? -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4 Creating Categories -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Part II SOCIOCULTURAL NARRATIVES -- Chapter 5 Mothers Who Know Best: Narratives of Motherhood and Epistemological Anxieties in Vaccine Hesitancy Discourse
Introduction -- Competing Constructions of Vaccine Hesitancy -- The 2016 Canadian Immunization Conference -- Narratives of Motherhood and Epistemological Anxieties -- Celebrity-mothers as vectors of infectious narratives -- Physician-mothers as trusted narrators -- Narrative Etiologies, Contested Epistemologies and the Politics of Public Health -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6 The Cultural Production of Commodifying Under Resourced Bodies -- Introduction -- "Truth" in "Advertising" -- Foundational Narratives of Resources and Health -- Sentimentality and (Social) Media -- Conclusion -- Notes
Bibliography Bibliography -- Chapter 7 When Progressivism Goes Mad: Spiritualism and the Euthanization of the Spiritually Unfit -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 8 American and Taiwanese Conceptions of Suicide in Emily X. R. Pan's The Astonishing Color of After -- Narratives of Suicide -- Multicultural Critique of Western Model -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Part III FICTIONAL NARRATIVES -- Chapter 9 Sadness, Madness and Vigor in Jessie Redmon Fauset's The Chinaberry Tree -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10 Death, Cruelty and Magical Humanism in the Fiction of Terry Pratchett -- The Value of Lives.
Contents 2. Cruelty and Death -- 3. The Rage of Sir Terry -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 11 Mental Illness and Radical Caregiving in Sepia Leaves and Em and the Big Hoom -- Sepia Leaves: Remembering a Fragmented Past through Writing -- Em and the Big Hoom: Narrative Quests and the Search for Meaning -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 12 Cast-Off Casts: The Orthopedic Imagination in Dear Evan Hansen and Lady Bird -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (ProQuest Ebook Central, viewed April 8, 2021).
Subject Health in literature.
Health -- Political aspects.
Health in art.
Narrative art -- Health aspects.
Added Author Blanchette, Sarah, editor.
Brooks, Neil (Neil Edward), 1962- editor.
ProQuest (Firm)
Added Title Faculty Publication.
Related To Print version: Brooks, Neil Narrative Art and the Politics of Health London : Anthem Press,c2021 9781785277108
ISBN 9781785277122
9781785277115 (electronic bk.)
1785277111 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # EBC6508035
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