The Empty Hearts and Kinship Correlates of China’s Psy Fever

In her new book Anxious China, Li Zhang documents the rise of “psy fever” in the 21st-century China, as manifested in the widespread use of psychotherapeutic knowledge and techniques by the country’s middle-class citizens to understand and remake themselves. Traversing diverse spaces ranging from clinics to companies, from universities to militaries, Zhang shows us that psychotherapies, though imported from …



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If you spend any time in a psychiatric hospital in China, you will likely be struck by the fact that most of the inpatients there have been hospitalized against or regardless of their will, usually by their family members. In China, although families have long been involved in the lives of mentally ill patients, the ways in which they are …

In the Journals

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There is special June issue of Culture, Medicine, Psychiatry entitled “Anthropologies of Clinical Training in the 21st Century”, guest edited by Seth M. Holmes, Angela C. Jenks and Scott Stonington. The “online first” section of the same journal has two research articles: In “Rational Love, Relational Medicine: Psychiatry and the Accumulation of Precarious Kinship”, Sarah Pinto examines how,
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