Hurt, Sick, Invisible: On the Importance of Theorizing Pain and Sickness through a Color-Conscious, Class-Conscious Lens — brianna suslovic

Earlier this week, the Virginia Quarterly Review article “Grand Unified Theory of Female Pain” (Leslie Jamison, 2014) came across my newsfeed. I read this piece on my commute to work (I’m a social work intern in an inpatient psychiatric hospital unit), immersing myself in pages and pages of examples of female pain. That female pain, Jamison […]

via Hurt, Sick, Invisible: On the Importance of Theorizing Pain and Sickness through a Color-Conscious, Class-Conscious Lens — brianna suslovic

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