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Victoria Papa (PhD ’16) Interviews Author Susannah Cahalan on Madness, Diagnosis, and COVID-19

Susannah Cahalan (right) speaks with a seated woman at a table.

Victoria Papa (PhD ’16) has been featured in Public Books, an online magazine of ideas, scholarship, and the arts, in conversation with Susannah Cahalan, author of Brain on Fire and The Great Pretender. In this interview, Papa and Lisa Mendelman discuss the workings of diagnosis and care in the time of coronavirus in connection with Cahalan’s latest book. Read the full interview here.

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