Ben Reiss article discussed in media

Ben Reiss’ article, “Madness after Virginia Tech: From Psychiatric Risk to Institutional Vulnerability” in the current issue of Social Text, will be the topic of discussion on KPFA’s Against the Grain this Wednesday, February 2, beginning at noon Pacific/3 Eastern and worldwide via kpfa.org. The audio will be archived afterward at againstthegrain.org.

Reiss has also published a related commentary in the Chronicle of Higher Education, “Campus Security and the Specter of Mental-Health Policing,” which you can read here.

You can download and read Reiss’s full article for free here.

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