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Professor Felicity Callard - all publications

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  • Callard, Felicity (2016). Afterword: Mind, imagination, affect. In The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities. Whitehead, Anne, Woods, Angela, Atkinson, Sarah, Macnaughton, Jane & Richards, Jennifer Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 481-488.
  • Alderson-Day, Ben & Callard, Felicity (2016). Altered States: Resting State and Default Mode as Psychopathology. In The Restless Compendium: Interdisciplinary Investigations of Rest and Its Opposites. Callard, Felicity, Staines, Kimberley & Wilkes, James Palgrave. 11–17.
  • Callard, Felicity (2016). Daydream Archive. In The Restless Compendium: Interdisciplinary Investigations of Rest and Its Opposites. Callard, Felicity, Staines, Kimberley & Wilkes, James Palgrave. 35–41.
  • Fitzgerald, Des & Callard, Felicity (2016). Entangling the medical humanities. In The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities. Whitehead, Anne, Woods, Angela, Atkinson, Sarah, Macnaughton, Jane & Richards, Jennifer Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 35-49.
  • Callard, F. (2014). Consulting Rooms: Notes towards a historical geography of the psychoanalytic setting. In Psychoanalytic Geographies. Kingsbury, P. & Pile, S. Ashgate.
  • Papoulias, C. & Callard, F. (2012). The rehabilitation of the drive in neuropsychoanalysis: from sexuality to self-preservation. In Freuds Referenzen. Kirchhoff, C. & Scharbert, G. Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos. 189-215.
  • Callard, F. (2011). Doreen Massey. In Key Thinkers on Space and Place. Hubbard, P. & Kitchin, R. Sage. 299-306.
  • Callard, F. (2011). Iris Marion Young. In Key Thinkers on Space and Place. Hubbard, P. & Kitchin, R. Sage. 483-490.
  • Callard, F. & Papoulias, C. (2010). Affect and embodiment. In Memory: Histories, theories, debates. Radstone, S. & Schwarz, B. Fordham University Press. 246-262.
  • Callard, F. (2010). Between legislation and bioethics: The European Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine. In Ethics in Psychiatry. Helmchen, H. & Sartorius, N. Springer. 45: 73.
  • Callard, F. & Margulies, D.S. (2010). The industrious subject: cognitive neuroscience's revaluation of 'rest'. In Cognitive Architecture: from bio-politics to noo-politics -- architecture and mind in the age of communication and information. Hauptmann, D. & Neidich, W. 010 Publishers. 324-345.
  • Callard, F. (2006). Understanding agoraphobia: women, men, and the historical geography of urban anxiety. In Exploring Women's Studies: Looking forward, looking back. Berkin, C., Pinch, J. & Appel, C. Prentice Hall. 201-217.
  • Callard, F. & Kerbel, J. (2002). Indoor garden for agoraphobe. In Landing: Eight Collaborative Projects between Artists and Geographers. Driver, F., Nash, C., Prendergast, K. & Swenson, I. Department of Geography, Royal Holloway.

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