Here's the last in our series looking at the different locations of Bethlem Royal Hospital.
This series has looked at instances of providing doctors with visual evidence so important in determining patient progress.
Several recent events have raised some interesting discussions around the history of psychiatry and psychology. Earlier this month, the Centre...
Observable evidence was thought to be crucial in documenting changes and determining recovery so drawings and later photographs could be valuable tools. The cas
Stray advertisements from the Journal of Mental Science.
The story of Bethlem’s four sites having been told in earlier posts to this thread, the Archivist now turns his attention to the siting of the other hospitals f
We're pleased to announce that the Bethlem Archives & Museum will be starting a new oral history and photography project, focused on the twentieth century hospi
Hear the latest in our discussions about the portrait photographs of patients taken by Henry Hering in the 19th century.