THE books podcast: Tommy Dickinson interview

March 26, 2015

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In this books podcast, Tommy Dickinson, author of ‘Curing Queers’: Mental Nurses and Their Patients, 1935-74, speaks to Times Higher Education books editor, Karen Shook.

Dr Dickinson, lecturer in nursing at the University of Manchester, discusses his research into the controversial and shocking techniques inflicted on patients in a bid to “cure” their homosexuality during this time period.

The publication was a Times Higher Education book of the week.

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