Mohammed Abouelleil Rashed

Philosophy & Psychiatry

 
 
 

2018

 

Mad Activism and the Limits of Social Recognition

Diversity and Mental Illness Workshop, St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford

 

Recognition and the Distinction between Failed and Controversial Identities

Conference for the Society of Applied Philosophy, Utrecht

 

Madness and the Limits of Recognition

Mental Health and Justice Symposium, University of Pretoria

 

2017

 

Passivity Phenomena and Unity of Self: The Role of Context and Activism

19th Conference of the International Network in Philosophy and Psychiatry, Madrid

 

Debate: This House Believes the Concept of Culture has Outlived its Usefulness for Psychiatry

with C W van Staden, N Poole, A Sanati, and R Bingham

World Psychiatric Association Congress, Cape Town

 

2016

 

In Defence of Madness: The Problem of Disability

Clare College, University of Cambridge                             

 

Mad Activism and Disability

London Conference in Critical Thought, Birkbeck College

 

Is Axel Honneth's Theory of Recognition Sectarian?            Institute of Advanced Studies, University College London 

 

Understanding Others without Abandoning the World: Empathy & the Challenge of Psychotic Phenomena

Institute of Advanced Studies, University College London

 

2014

 

Celebrating Madness: Mad Pride, Identity, and Recognition

Culture and Mental Health Symposium, University of Pretoria  

 

Critical Perspectives on Second-Order Empathy: Psychopathology, Phenomenology and Ethics                            

28th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris

     

Spirits, Intentionality & the Regulation of Aberrant Agency

16th Conference of the International Network of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Varna

 

2012

 

Psychiatry and the Challenge of Culture: Exploring the Concept of Cultural Congruence & its Practical Application Workshop

with Professor Derek Bolton

 

Safety in Numbers and Crazy Cultures: Constructing Coherent Discourses as a Condition of Empowerment in Psychiatric Contexts    

Symposium with King's College London Philosophy of Psychiatry Group

 

15th Conference of the International Network of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Dunedin

 

2011

 

On the Borderline: Experience, Evidence, and Ethics

Symposium with King's College London Philosophy of Psychiatry Group

14th Conference of the International Network of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Gothenburg

 

2010

 

Now You See it, Now You Don't: The DSM Advice on Culture & the Identification of 'Psychopathology'

 

An Observer's View of Oneself: Secondary Insight as a Negotiating Tool in Psychiatry

with Dr Rachel Bingham

 

13th Conference of the International Network of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Manchester

 

 

Media and Public Engagement

2018

 

The Struggle for Recognition. Interview on FORward Radio, WFMP-LP Louisville, Kentucky 106.5fm.

 

Mind in Camden Hearing Voices Project

Panelist for a Documentary Screening: Crazywise

 

Interview with Sophie Stammers on the Imperfect Cognitions Blog

 

2018

 

All Souls College, University of Oxford

Critical Theory Seminar

Madness and the Limits of Recognition

 

Department of Philosophy, University of Sydney

Conference on the Philosophy of Culture

Unshared Beliefs: Culture, Delusion,

and the Problem of Recognition

 

Mad in America Continuing Education

Invitation to convene a seminar on Mad Studies webinar series

Mad Activism and Mental Health Practice

 

The Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis

Panel on Psychoanalysis and Political Resistance

The Motivation for Recognition and the Problem of Ideology: Can Psychoanalytic Therapy Help or does it Contribute to the Problem?

 

2017

 

Institute of Advanced Studies, University College London

Respondent to the Talking Points Seminar: The Artist-Researcher as Connector-Disrupter-Running Messenger? By Kai Syng

 

2016

 

University College London Festival of Culture           

You Must Read this Book!

Presented: 'What is Mental Disorder?' by Derek Bolton

 

Dep. of Medical Anthropology, University College London

Medical Anthropology Seminar

Mad Activism and the Demand for Recognition

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