Hysteria Beyond Freud


 collapse sectionPART I—  HISTORICAL
 collapse sectionOne—  Once upon a Text:  Hysteria from Hippocrates
 Labels and Origins: a Name Without a Disease?
 Definitions: the Textual Tradition
 Hippocratic Hysteria: the Womb and Its Destinations
 Plato and Aretaeus: the Wild Womb?
 Stifling and Suffocation: the Development of the Textual Tradition
 Galen and His Influence: Winners and Losers in the Textual Tradition
 expand sectionFurther Contributions to the Tradition
 The Meeting of Three Worlds
 Tradition or Truth?
 expand sectionTwo—  "A Strange Pathology":  Hysteria in the Early Modern World, 1500-1800

 collapse sectionPART II—  THEMATIC
 expand sectionThree—  The Body and the Mind, The Doctor and the Patient:  Negotiating Hysteria
 Four—  Hysteria, Feminism, and Gender
 expand sectionFive—  The Image of the Hysteric

 expand sectionNotes
 expand sectionINDEX

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