Yolana Pringle is senior lecturer in the history of medicine at the University of Roehampton. Her research interests include the history of psychiatry and mental health, humanitarianism, and global health, with a regional focus on East Africa. Her first book, Psychiatry and Decolonisation in Uganda, was published in 2019. She is currently working on a history of mental health care in contexts of political violence in Africa.
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Anxiety in and about Africa
Multidisciplinary Perspectives and Approaches
Edited by Andrea Mariko Grant and Yolana Pringle
This addition to the Cambridge Centre of African Studies Series presents multidisciplinary essays that demonstrate how individual and collective anxieties can unsettle dominant historical narratives, shape contemporary discourse, and appear across material culture.