The may 2016 issue of Social History of Medicine includes a section of book reviews focusing on the historiography of mental disorders. The books reviewed in this section are as follows:
- Leonard Smith, Insanity, Race and Colonialism: Managing Mental Disorder in the Post-Emancipation British Caribbean 1838–1914 (Reviewer Pedro L. V. Welch)
- Louise Hide, Gender and Class in English Asylums, 1890–1914 (Reviewer Catharine Colborne)
- Howard Chiang (ed.), Psychiatry and Chinese History (Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine) (Reviewer
- Laure Murat, The Man Who Thought He Was Napoleon: Toward a Political History of Madness (Reviewer
- Claudia Malacrida, A Special Hell: Institutional Life in Alberta’s Eugenic Years (Reviewer )
Find the full texts through the journal table of contents here.