James Moran

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

James Moran

Biography

Title: 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 Empire - ir:801529405:33:13 2015-08-31
Mental disorder and criminality in Canada - ir:800930220:39:47 2015-08-28
The confinement of the mad in Victorian Canada - ir:ir-batch6-519457617:31:12 2015-08-30
The signal and the noise - ir:ir-batch6-519635520:02:57 2015-08-27
Madness, architecture and the built environment - ir:ir-batch6-510249313:41:40 2015-08-30
Mental health and Canadian society - ir:ir-batch6-202244512:21:29 2015-08-27
The ethics of farming-out - ir:ir-batch6-204842310:55:29 2015-08-30
Dangerous to be at large? Folie et criminalite au Quebec et en Ontario au 19e siecle - ir:ir-batch6-519735715:12:32 2015-08-30
Asylum in the community - ir:ir-batch6-519538918:14:31 2015-08-19
Madness, gender and sexuality in mid-nineteenth-century New Jersey - ir:ir-batch6-519237822:22:58 2015-08-26
Insane asylums - ir:ir-batch6-520036102:57:03 2015-08-28
The architecture of madness - ir:ir-batch6-518848614:33:43 2015-08-29
Introduction - ir:ir-batch6-519138315:48:41 2015-08-30
The father of Canadian psychiatry - ir:ir-batch6-204736709:34:00 2015-08-30
Interpreting psychiatric spanes - ir:ir-batch6-518949714:16:31 2015-08-27
The lunatic fringe - ir:ir-batch6-519351308:36:02 2015-08-31
Committed to the state asylum - ir:ir-batch6-205037206:52:14 2015-08-29
Keepers of the insane - ir:ir-batch6-519833619:19:21 2015-08-28
[Review of the book La science du mal: L'institution de la psychiatrie au Quebec, 1800-1914, by Peter Keating] - ir:ir-batch6-204936913:15:17 2015-08-18
[Review of the book Madness and society in eighteenth-century Scotland, by R.A. Houston] - ir:ir-batch6-204638806:20:27 2015-08-31
Stepping stones to the New World - ir:1176011809:04:05 2015-08-30
Prescription for survival - ir:ir-batch6-451444105:10:05 2015-08-30
William Harley Smith - ir:ir-batch6-519969806:45:30 2015-08-31
Power failure? Power and the new social history of madness - ir:ir-batch6-519033619:55:53 2015-08-27