Josué was mentally deranged, malnourished and unable to walk. The police dumped him in a mental asylum run by its own patients in Juárez, Mexico. Assisted by patients employing empathy as the only means of survival, Josué transcended certain death by discovering compassion in his darkest hours. Six years later, Josué manages the asylum.
GTC Medical Anthropology Film and Discussion Group - Film Programme Michaelmas 2018
'First do no harm?' Mental health, healers and stigma in ethnographic focus
GTC Barclay Room
3.30-5pm, Tuesdays (Weeks 2, 4, 6, 8)
Convened by Dr Neil Armstrong