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Life of the mind interrupted. Essays on mental health and disability in higher education. Katie Rose Guest Pryal.

By: Pryal, Katie Rose Guest [author.].
Publisher: Chapel Hill, NC , Raven Books, [2017]Copyright date: ©2017Description: xx, 186 pages, 21 cm.ISBN: 9781947834057; 9781947834064 (ebook).Subject(s): MENTAL HEALTH : PSYCHIATRY IRT | DISABLED PERSONS : PSYCHOLOGY IMU T | DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION : SOCIAL WELFARE QSR XQ | HIGHER EDUCATION JR | ACADEMIC COMMUNITY JHB APU | SCHIZOPHRENIA IVN | BIPOLAR DISORDER IVF | ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) : PSYCHOLOGY IUP GLOther classification: IRT MUT
Contents:
Disclosure blues ; She's so schizophrenic! ; Shattering the madness monolith ; Breaking the mad genius myth ; Working when your brain isn't ; Rough accommodations ; Revisiting disclosure -- Collegiality and disability ; Help! My friend is bipolar ; Handling personal tragedies around you ; I'm not brave ; Not a compliant woman colleague ; Conference challenges for people with psychiatric disabilities ; Accessibility is for everyone ; Believe your colleagues with disabilities -- How to have the accommodations talk ; Trigger warnings are a disability issue ; How making my teaching accessible made my teaching better ; What do psychiatrically disabled faculty owe our students? ; We are not prepared for students in distress ; The secret life of the graduate student -- A mother's suicide attempt and the guilty burden of statistics ; Traveling stigmata ; With new life comes a fear of death.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Part I. Disclosure blues. Disclosure blues ; She's so schizophrenic! ; Shattering the madness monolith ; Breaking the mad genius myth ; Working when your brain isn't ; Rough accommodations ; Revisiting disclosure -- Part II. Collegiality. Collegiality and disability ; Help! My friend is bipolar ; Handling personal tragedies around you ; I'm not brave ; Not a compliant woman colleague ; Conference challenges for people with psychiatric disabilities ; Accessibility is for everyone ; Believe your colleagues with disabilities -- Part III. Teaching. How to have the accommodations talk ; Trigger warnings are a disability issue ; How making my teaching accessible made my teaching better ; What do psychiatrically disabled faculty owe our students? ; We are not prepared for students in distress ; The secret life of the graduate student -- Part IV. Beyond the academy. A mother's suicide attempt and the guilty burden of statistics ; Traveling stigmata ; With new life comes a fear of death.

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