James Moran

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NameJames Moran
PositionFaculty Member
Emailjmoran@upei.ca
Department(s)History
Phone(902) 566-0765
BuildingMain Building 403
Websitehttp://www.upei.ca/arts/james-moran

James Moran

Biography

BA, MA, PhD (York)

Associate Professor

James Moran teaches courses in Canadian History, the history of Quebec, historiography, and the history of health and medicine in North America. His publications include: Committed to the State Asylum: Insanity and Society in Nineteenth Century Quebec and Ontario (2000); with David Wright (eds.) Mental Health in Canadian Society: Historical Perspectives (Montreal: McGill Queen’s University Press, 2006); and with Leslie Topp and Jonathan Andrews (eds.) Madness, Architecture and the Built Environment: Psychiatric Spaces in Historical Context (Routledge, 2007). He is currently writing a book on madness and civil law in England and the United States.


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Protecting the skin of the British EmpireMoran, James E.
Mental disorder and criminality in CanadaMoran, James E.
[Review of the book A space of their own: The archaeology of nineteenth century lunatic asylums in Britain, South Australia, and Tasmania, by Susan Piddock]Moran, James E.
[Review of the book Madness at home: The psychiatrist, the patient, and the family in England, 1820–1860, by Akihito Suzuki]Moran, James E.
[Review of the book The insanity of place/the place of insanity: Essays on the history of psychiatry, by Andrew Scull]Moran, James E.
[Review of the book Madhouse: A tragic tale of megalomania and modern medicine, by Andrew Scull]Moran, James E.
The confinement of the mad in Victorian CanadaMoran, James E.; Wright, David; Gouglas, Sean
The signal and the noiseMoran, James E.
Madness, architecture and the built environmentTopp, Leslie Elizabeth; Moran, James E.; Andrews, Jonathan
Mental health and Canadian societyWright, David; Moran, James E.
The ethics of farming-outMoran, James E.
Dangerous to be at large? Folie et criminalite au Quebec et en Ontario au 19e siecleMoran, James E.
Asylum in the communityMoran, James E.
Madness, gender and sexuality in mid-nineteenth-century New JerseyMoran, James E.
Insane asylumsMoran, James E.
The architecture of madnessMoran, James E.
IntroductionMoran, James E.; Wright, David
The father of Canadian psychiatryJohnston, Christine I.; Moran, James E.
Interpreting psychiatric spanesMoran, James E.; Topp, Leslie
The lunatic fringeMoran, James E.; Wright, David; Savelli, Mat
Committed to the state asylumMoran, James E.
Keepers of the insaneMoran, James E.
[Review of the book La science du mal: L'institution de la psychiatrie au Quebec, 1800-1914, by Peter Keating]Moran, James E.
[Review of the book Madness and society in eighteenth-century Scotland, by R.A. Houston]Moran, James E.
Prescription for survivalDowbiggin, Ian R.
William Harley SmithMoran, James E.
Power failure? Power and the new social history of madnessMoran, James E.

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Protecting the skin of the British Empire - ir:801543814:36:05 2016-05-24
Mental disorder and criminality in Canada - ir:800945316:44:52 2016-05-23
The confinement of the mad in Victorian Canada - ir:ir-batch6-519473115:37:55 2016-05-22
The signal and the noise - ir:ir-batch6-519644702:50:24 2016-05-20
Madness, architecture and the built environment - ir:ir-batch6-510269521:35:53 2016-05-23
Mental health and Canadian society - ir:ir-batch6-202254706:54:57 2016-05-24
The ethics of farming-out - ir:ir-batch6-204851218:43:57 2016-05-22
Dangerous to be at large? Folie et criminalite au Quebec et en Ontario au 19e siecle - ir:ir-batch6-519744120:54:33 2016-05-23
Asylum in the community - ir:ir-batch6-519548013:51:53 2016-05-17
Madness, gender and sexuality in mid-nineteenth-century New Jersey - ir:ir-batch6-519247001:45:26 2016-05-21
Insane asylums - ir:ir-batch6-520045614:01:14 2016-05-24
The architecture of madness - ir:ir-batch6-518858718:54:41 2016-05-24
Introduction - ir:ir-batch6-519148200:23:31 2016-05-23
The father of Canadian psychiatry - ir:ir-batch6-204745802:01:01 2016-05-18
Interpreting psychiatric spanes - ir:ir-batch6-518961320:28:39 2016-05-24
The lunatic fringe - ir:ir-batch6-519368213:59:16 2016-05-24
Committed to the state asylum - ir:ir-batch6-205047202:54:00 2016-05-20
Keepers of the insane - ir:ir-batch6-519843002:27:46 2016-05-24
[Review of the book La science du mal: L'institution de la psychiatrie au Quebec, 1800-1914, by Peter Keating] - ir:ir-batch6-204946108:15:50 2016-05-22
[Review of the book Madness and society in eighteenth-century Scotland, by R.A. Houston] - ir:ir-batch6-204647503:09:11 2016-05-22
[Review of the book A space of their own: The archaeology of nineteenth century lunatic asylums in Britain, South Australia, and Tasmania, by Susan Piddock] - ir:1449311114:04:15 2016-05-24
[Review of the book Madness at home: The psychiatrist, the patient, and the family in England, 1820–1860, by Akihito Suzuki] - ir:1449810414:09:25 2016-05-24
[Review of the book The insanity of place/the place of insanity: Essays on the history of psychiatry, by Andrew Scull] - ir:1450310414:08:34 2016-05-23
[Review of the book Madhouse: A tragic tale of megalomania and modern medicine, by Andrew Scull] - ir:145106614:04:02 2016-05-24
Prescription for survival - ir:ir-batch6-451453707:35:51 2016-05-20
Stepping stones to the New World - ir:1176027316:59:38 2016-05-24
William Harley Smith - ir:ir-batch6-519985901:56:05 2016-05-21
Power failure? Power and the new social history of madness - ir:ir-batch6-519042014:18:07 2016-05-23