Announcement from McGill-Queen’s University Press

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McGill-Queen’s University Press is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Erika Dyck as co-editor of the McGill-Queen’s/Associated Medical Services Studies in the History of Medicine, Health, and Society book series. She will join series co-editor Professor J.T.H. Connor of Memorial University, replacing the retiring Professor Emeritus Samuel O. Freedman.

Erika Dyck is Professor in the Department of History and Canada Research Chair in the History of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. Professor Dyck has researched and published widely in the history of psychiatry, mental health, reproductive health, deinstitutionalization, and eugenics. She is the author of sPsychedelic Psychiatry: LSD from Clinic to Campus (2008) and Facing Eugenics: Reproduction, Sterilization, and The Politics of Choice (2013), which was shortlisted for the Canada Prize in Social Sciences and for the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize. She serves as co-editor of the Canadian Bulletin for Medical History/Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la medicine with Kenton Kroker. In 2014, she was inducted as an inaugural member of The New College of Scholars, Artists and Scientists within the Royal Society of Canada.

The McGill-Queen’s/Associated Medical Services Studies in the History of Medicine, Health, and Society book series was established in 1994 and its publications have been supported by funding from the AMS. The series includes books in medical history, health studies, and social policy, providing perspectives on the interactions between the institutions and practices of medicine and those of society as a whole. Forty-four books have been published in the series to date.

For information on the series and its publications, please visit the series page at MQUP.ca.

Les Presses Universitaires McGill-Queen’s ont le plaisir de nommer Professeure Erika Dyck comme co-directrice de la collection McGill-Queen’s /Associated Medical Services Studies in the History of Medicine, Health, and Society. Elle remplace Professeur Émérite Samuel O. Freedman, qui prend sa retraite, et rejoint le co-directeur de la collection depuis sa création, Professeur J.T.H. Connor de l’Université Memorial à Terre Neuve.

Erika Dyck est professeure dans le département d’histoire et titulaire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada en histoire de la médecine à l’Université de Saskatchewan. Sa recherche et ses publications portent sur divers sujets : l’histoire de la psychiatrie, la santé mentale, la santé génésique, la désinstitutionalisation et l’eugénisme. Elle est auteure de Psychedelic Psychiatry: LSD from Clinic to Campus (2008) et Facing Eugenics: Reproduction, Sterilization, and The Politics of Choice (2013), finaliste pour le Prix du Canada en sciences sociales et le prix Sir John A. Macdonald en 2013. Elle est co-directrice, avec Kenton Kroker, du Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la médicine/Canadian Bulletin for Medical History. En 2014, elle était élue membre inaugurale du Collège de nouveaux chercheurs et créateurs en art et en science de la Société royale du Canada.

La collection McGill-Queen’s/Associated Medical Services Studies in the History of Medicine, Health, and Society a été établie en 1994 avec le soutien financier de Associated Medical Services. La collection comprend des ouvrages en histoire de la médecine, en études de santé et en politique sociale, qui fournissent diverses perspectives sur la relation entre les institutions médicaux et la pratique de la médecine et leur importance pour la société dans son ensemble. Quarante-quatre livres y ont été publiés à date. Pour tous renseignements, visitez le site web MQUP.ca.