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PY-263758-19
Finding Community: Documenting Descendants of Mississippi State Lunatic Asylum Patients in History and Cultural Memory
Amy Forbes, University of Mississippi Medical Center

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The Old Asylum: Rediscovering and Remembering Its History (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: The Old Asylum: Rediscovering and Remembering Its History
Abstract: The Power Point presentation examines what is known about the Mississippi State Asylum's history and how it is known. It looks specifically at the kinds of documents and other resources that contribute to historical understanding of the Asylum and its wards. It calls for public contribution of oral histories and materials to be used in developing an inclusive history of the institution.
Author: Amy W. Forbes
Date: 07/19/20
Location: The University of Mississippi School of Population Health

Ethical Issues in the Asylum Hill PROJECT (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Ethical Issues in the Asylum Hill PROJECT
Abstract: This presentation examines ethical questions about the Asylum project that stem from professional, racial, and religious perspectives.
Author: Patrick D. Hopkins
Date: 07/19/20
Location: UMMC School of Population Health, Jackson, MS

Asylum Hill PROJECT (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Asylum Hill PROJECT
Abstract: This presentation covers the background to the Asylum project, origins of the Asylum Hill Consortium, and links between researchers and the public within the project.
Author: Ralph Didlake, MD
Date: 07/19/20
Location: UMMC School of Population Health, Jackson, MS


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