As of 19 May, the Museum is open to walk-in visitors! Find out more.
Here we resume a series of posts detailing some of the unanticipated intersections of interest that museum visitors bring to our notice from...
Lesley Krueger continues her look at Charlotte Bronte and Bethlem.
Gail Hornstein, Professor of Psychology at Mount Holyoake College and sometime visitor to the Archives & Museum, makes passing reference to our...
Take a look at this graphic novel approach to mental health.
This month’s post (and another one to be published in July) on Charlotte Brontë in the Just Visiting series is written by our guest blogger, the Canadian author
Next Monday (19 March 2012), the Archivist will give a Gresham lecture at the Museum of London on the subject of unrestricted public visiting...
Antonia White’s Beyond the Glass, the last in the sequence of autobiographical novels which began with Frost in May, was briefly reviewed on...
Aislinn Hunter continues her latest series of blog posts.
Hear this insight into 20th century psychiatric recordkeeping practice.
Aislinn Hunter continues her conversation about her experiences of creative writing.
We've been reviewing books related to mental health on the blog. This month we look at 'Human Traces' by Sebastian Faulks.
Find out more about the novels of historic patient, Antonia White.