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Year of start: 2010
Subject: Medical Anthropology
Research Topic/Provisional Dissertation Topic:
Refracted Truths: Perspectives on the Illness and Healing Experience of Native American Men along the Watsach Front, Utah.
Juliet Mitchell (School in Psychoanalytic Studies)
General areas of interest include spirituality, creativity and healing as performative and symbolic embodiment of social and cultural value and how this informs our understanding of social medicine across cultures, particularly from the perspective of masculine ideologies, masculine marginalization, and male resistance to help-seeking. Specific areas of interest include the illness and healing experience of Great Basin Native Americans, with an emphasis on Native American men in urban settings; adult male homelessness as an autonomous and non-representational spatial practice; and Mormonism as cultural production.
2010 - MSc Medical Anthropology, University College London
2008 - MA Dramatherapy, University of Plymouth
1982 – BA Honours, University of South Africa
1979 – BA, University of Witwatersrand
- ‘Hearts of Silence: Men and Restricted Emotionality - Affective Illiteracy or Strategic Resistance?’ – European Consortium for Arts Therapies Education Conference, Lucca, Italy, 2011.
- Stolfi, D. (2011): “Jonathan Shailor, Performing New Lives: Prison Theatre” – Review. Dramatherapy 33:3, 176-178.
- Stolfi, D. (2011): “Crossing Thresholds: Therapeutic Uses of Puppetry as a Dramatherapy Medium with Adult Populations.” European Consortium for Arts Therapies Education (ECArTE electronic publication).
- Stolfi, D. (2010): “The Hunter’s Son: Reflections on a Therapeutic Puppetry Performance.” Dramatherapy 31: 3, 15-18.
Departmental Research Bursary 2011-12