Rose Miyatsu's (English) "'Hundreds of People Like Me': A Search for a Mad Community in The Bell Jar" has been published in the collection Literatures of Madness: Disability Studies and Mental Health (2018), edited by Elizabeth Donaldson and published by Palgrave Macmillan. She is presenting "'At Home They'd Heal Better': Deinstitutionalization in The Virgin Suicides and the Crisis of Suicide" at the American Studies Association Conference (ASA) as part of the panel "ASA Critical Disability Studies Caucus: Cripistemologies of Continuous Crisis: Cultural Etiologies and Exacerbations of Crisis States."
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